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in Infinity ocean, the ocean of knowledge. Ocean life. Esoteric Club. Tue Oct 22, 2019 6:34 am
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SOUTHPORT, England -- Mo Martin has a plan for every golf course she plays, and its working at Royal Birkdale. LeBron James Jersey . The 31-year-old American is among the shortest hitters in womens golf, so she figured out the widest part of the fairways and keeps hitting them. It has produced 10 birdies in two days, a pair of 3-under 69s, and a three-shot lead going into the weekend at the Ricoh Womens British Open. "Its always nice when your plan pans out," Martin said. "So its fun to be here." Michelle Wies plans did not include her searching for a flight home before the weekend. The U.S. Womens Open champion missed her first cut this year by not making enough birdies to account for too many times she had to scramble for par. She had rounds of 75-78. She still has that shiny trophy from her first major at home, though that was a small consolation. "It does still feel good," she said. "But Im disappointed in myself. I wanted to play well here." Martin was at 6-under 138, three shots ahead of Beatriz Recari (67) and So Yeon Ryu (70), who joined Martin as the only players to break par both days at Birkdale. Martin has never won on the LPGA Tour, and her plans figures to get a serious test over the final two days of a major, especially if the weather gets ugly. Here are five things to look for on the weekend of this LPGA major: MIGHTY MO: The UCLA grad passed her first big test Friday. She was among the last to tee off, when the wind usually is at its strongest. The 18-hole leader, Ayako Uehara, faded badly with a 44 on the back nine for a 79 to slip nine shots out of the lead. Martin produced a steady diet of fairways and greens. She was bogey-free on the front nine with two birdies. After back-to-back bogeys early on the front nine, she atoned with birdies on two par 5s for a 69. "Every hole, you have something to think about. Every single shot, you have something to think about," Martin said. "But theres fairway there, and theres green there, and thats what Im focusing on. ... My caddie and I just figured out where the widest parts of the fairway were, where I would have the best approaches into the greens." WIE AND ARNIE: Michelle Wie learned some history at Royal Birkdale on her way to missing the cut. She was on the cut line when her tee shot on the 16th went right and landed in a blackberry bush. She thought for a second she might get free relief because of a metal plaque in the ground that might impede her swing. But it wasnt in the way by mere inches. She took a penalty drop and wound up making double bogey. Wie was too disgusted to read what the plaque said. It was for Arnold Palmer, who in the 1961 British Open slashed a 6-iron out of that bush and onto the green to make par. He won by one shot to win his first British Open. And that daring move added to the lore of his go-for-broke nature that makes him such an endearing figure in the game. Wie listened to the details of Palmers shot and smiled. "Yeah," she said. "Didnt happen for me." ACCEPTING MISTAKES: So Yeon Ryu, a former U.S. Womens Open champion, ran into trouble on the second hole and took double bogey. She expects a few bad breaks, and some high numbers. The key is to move on, and that she did. Ryu didnt drop a shot the rest of the way and chalked up another solid round that put her in the hunt. "Links golf is always hard to predict," Ryu said. "Even when I hit the great shots, still can finish at the worst place. And when I hit the bad shots, still can finish close to the pin. So its really important, whatever the result, we need to accept it and just keep working. Today, I made a double bogey on the second hole, but I knew it was just unlucky. I just accepted it and then think about next holes, and it helped a lot." BAD STARTS: Lexi Thompson had the roughest start of them all. The Kraft Nabisco winner hit her opening tee shot out of bounds to the right. She reloaded and hit the next one out of bounds. The third shot was in play, but the ride was still bumpy. She made a 10. Just like that, she went from even par to 6 over. Thompson battled back with birdies and finished with a 77 to make the cut by one shot. GREAT FINISHES: Vikki Laing of Scotland was inside the cut line by one shot when she came to the par-5 17th. After a good drive, she hit 5-wood from 240 yards into the hole for an albatross, the rarest shot in golf. That gave her a 68, and she was at 2-over 146. Kevin Love Jersey . Watch the announcement live on TSN.ca at 12:30pm et/9:30am pt. This years honourees will be recognized at the 2014 Hockey Canada Foundation Celebrity Classic, scheduled for June 23-24 in Vancouver. Shaquille ONeal Cavaliers Jersey . Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers (5) - Simply put, Lundqvist was brilliant. https://www.thecavalierslockerroom.com/Dylan-Windler-City-Edition-Jersey/ . Pretty good hitting, too. Dan Haren pitched six innings and sparked the go-ahead rally with a single, leading Los Angeles to another win over the skidding Atlanta Braves, 4-2 on Tuesday night. BERLIN -- Defending champion Bayern Munich routed Schalke 4-0 to join Borussia Dortmund atop the Bundesliga on Saturday in the sides most impressive performance since Pep Guardiola took over as coach. "It was our best game in the Bundesliga. We dominated completely. We were pressurizing for the whole game," said Guardiola, who succeeded Jupp Heynckes in the summer. "Im very happy and proud." It was Schalkes biggest home defeat in the league since a 6-0 loss to Bochum in May 1981. "Today the difference in class was too big, especially in the second half. We started very well. For the first 20 minutes or so Bayern found it difficult," Schalke defender Benedikt Hoewedes said. "Then we concede such a stupid goal." Bastian Schweinsteiger scored with a header from Arjen Robbens corner in the 21st, before David Alaba crossed for Mario Mandzukic to make it 2-0 with the home side still reeling. Hoewedes was unable to clear the Croatians header off the line. The third goal seemed just a matter of time and Alaba was involved again, setting up Franck Ribery to score from close range in the 75th. Then Claudio Pizarro scored his first goal of the season in the 84th, three minutes after coming on, when fellow substitute Thomas Mueller cut the ball back. "We had our chances that we didnt use. And Bayern made the most of our mistakes," said Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng, who was consoled by his brother, Bayern defender Jerome Boateng. "He knows that it goes on and Schalke are allowed to win the next game," Jerome joked. Dortmund drew 1-1 at Nuremberg to drop its first points of the season. "We can live with the point," Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp said. Marcel Schmelzer opened the scoring with a curling free kick over the wall and inside the right post in the 37th. Per Nilsson equalized after a Nuremberg free kick in the 51st and the visitors were unable to extend their five-game winning start despite several late chances. Nuremberg substitute Alexander Esswein wasted the opportunity to seal the home sides first win when he missed with only the goalkeeper tto beat in injury time. Nik Stauskas Cavaliers Jersey. Schmelzer and Marco Reus were taken off at halftime with a thigh injury and dead leg respectively. "It hurts a lot and the dates are coming in rapid succession," Klopp said with an eye on Tuesdays German Cup game at 1860 Munich. Werder Bremen defeated Hamburger SV 2-0 to compound a bad week for the home side, which sacked Thorsten Fink as coach late Monday. Bayer Leverkusen won 4-1 at Mainz, Wolfsburg came from behind to defeat Hoffenheim 2-1, and Szabolcs Husztis late penalty gave Hannover a 2-1 win over Augsburg. Nils Petersen was the hero for Bremen with two goals in the leagues 99th northern derby -- the 179th meeting between the sides. Former Hamburg player Eljero Elias back-heel sent Clemens Fritz down the right. The midfielder held off Marcell Jansens challenge and crossed for the in-flying Peterson to score from close range in the 32nd. Petersen finally sealed the result in the final minute of a hectic game when he shot into the unguarded net with Hamburg keeper Rene Adler out of his goal. Hamburg midfielder Tomas Rincon broke his jaw after colliding with Caldirola in the second half. The club said the Venezuelan was having an operation. Leverkusens game at Mainz was effectively over by halftime with the visitors leading 3-0. Robbie Kruse scored with a deft flick past Mainz goalkeeper Heinz Mueller in the 19th, Lars Benders deflected shot gave Mueller no chance in the 38th, and Simon Rolfes set up Kruses second before the break. Rolfes then crossed for Stefan Kiessling to score with a header in the 59th, before Yunus Malli claimed an 82nd-minute consolation. "After the Champions League game on Tuesday it was important to have the right approach," said Leverkusen coach Sami Hyypia, referring to his sides 4-2 loss at Manchester United. Hoffenheim striker Anthony Modeste opened the scoring in Wolfsburg in the 15th, seizing on a poor back pass from Koo Ja-cheol before rounding the goalkeeper. But Ivica Olic equalized before the break, and claimed his second after it, when he lifted the ball over the outrushing goalkeeper with his first touch. ' ' '

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