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What golfers are talking about
March 07, 2005

•T2 Ai Miyazato, the 19-year-old sensation from Japan, polished her rising star with a tie for second in the ANZ Ladies Masters.

•T2 Unheralded Kevin Na, at 21 the youngest player on the PGA Tour, exceeded expectations with a second-place tie in Tucson.

•T2 Michelle Wie, the 15-year-old phenom, fueled speculation that she can't win after tying for second in Hawaii.

•WEBB SIGHTING Karrie Webb, 30, the former world No. 1, won the ANZ Ladies Masters. There is hope for David Duval.

•FIRST-TIME WINNER Geoff Ogilvy became the 14th at the Chrysler Classic, the Tour's version of The Big Break.

•SWINGER Phil Mickelson won the West Coast swing. Think he'll change equipment between now and the Masters?

•DIMARCO'S FALL He lost the final 6 and 5. Golf hasn't seen a beating so ugly since the Ryder Cup.

•DORAL RISING Only on Tour do organizers consider themselves lucky when guys agree to spend a week at a Florida resort.

COLOR PHOTOPHIL MISLINSKI/WIREIMAGE.COMMichelle Wie

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