The July 4th Knucklehead Marathon Part Twenty-Four
Mexico's Ochoa would like to be in that position. She knows one of the first steps is to win her first major. Her best chance came at the 2005 Open at Cherry Hills, where she was three under par for her final round before hitting her 18th-hole tee shot into the water, making a quadruple-bogey and finishing four shots behind winner Birdie Kim.Tays again shows he knows nothing about the LPGA tour.
1- Ochoa's best chance to win a major was the 2006 Nabisco where she lost in a playoff to Karrie Webb. A sudden death playoff beats a tie for the lead on 18(which was playing like a par 5 for players in 2005) any time at the US Open.
2- Ochoa was not three under par for her final round before 18 on Sunday in 2005. She was 2 under, because she shot a final round 72. Cherry Hills was playing as a par 70 that year. Birdie Kim won at +3 283. Mr. Tays apparently can't be bothered to fact check.
Just more sloppy golf journalism and I'll keep exposing these