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by Iver Maple on November 28, 2012
Mizuno Brand Ambassador Stacy Lewis triumphantly accepted the Rolex Player of the Year award, becoming the first U.S.-born player to do so in nearly two decades. LPGA and World Golf Halls of Fame member Beth Daniel, the last American winner in 1994, was on-hand at the awards ceremony to assist in presenting her the award."I just think back to 10 years ago when I remember sitting in a doctor's office and him telling me that I was going to have to ha...
by Iver Maple on November 19, 2012
Luke Donald has climbed back to World No.2 after claiming another victory with his new Mizuno MP-64 irons. In a dominant performance, Luke finished at 16 under par to win the Dunlop Phoenix by a five stroke margin.
Since placing the MP-64s into his bag at The Barclays at the end of August, Luke has claimed four top-ten finishes in seven events and not finished worse than tied 28th. And they were key to t...
by Iver Maple on November 5, 2012
Stacy Lewis closed in on the 2012 LPGA player of the year award with a stunning win at Japan’s Mizuno Classic. Lewis was seven shots behind and seemingly out of contention after round three but 10 birdies in a stunning last round 64 were enough to overhaul a high quality field.Stacy’s fourth win of the season leaves her the possibility to become the first US player to win the Player of the Year award since Beth Daniel in 1994. ...
by Iver Maple on November 1, 2012
The LPGA's Mizuno Classic starts tomorrow, and Mizuno has four strong contenders in the field. Here's a photo of Mizuno Ambassadors Stacy Lewis, Jiyai Shin, Mayu Hattori and Akane Iijima, taken at today's Mizuno press conference. This is an especially huge tournament for Stacy as she continues her quest for Player of the Year honors. Good luck to all!