Go ahead, try to pick the Kraft Nabisco Championship winner today -- that one-size-fits-all white robe for the winner's jump into Poppie's Pond could be wrapped around any number of players come Sunday.
Sweden's Caroline Hedwall had a hole-in-one as part of a 7-under par 65 that gave her a one-shot lead after Friday's second round of the women's Australian Open. Cheyenne Woods, Lydia Ko, Paula Creamer, Jessica Korda and Morgan Pressel all in contention.
The last time Morgan Pressel held a 36-hole lead was here at Locust Hill in 2008, before this tournament became a major. The last time Pressel won a tournament also was in 2008, at the Kapalua LPGA Classic.
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Morgan Pressel will return to Japan next month to defend her title at the World Ladies Championship Salonpas Cup and donate half her earnings that week to the American Red Cross’ relief efforts in Japan.
When they decided on which holes Morgan Pressel would drive, the Americans might not have realized the matchup they were getting in the second match of the afternoon foursomes. But when she stepped to the first tee, Pressel was involved in as big a mismatch in Solheim Cup history.
Eunjung Yi blew a six-stroke lead then made a 10-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to defeat Morgan Pressel and capture her first LPGA victory Sunday in what might be the final Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic.
Morgan Pressel uses her hobby of photography to provide travel books for family and friends, as well as Solheim Cup books for teammates. <a href="http://golfweek.com/photos/galleries/beyond-course-morgan-pressel/">Gallery.</a>
<a href="http://golfweek.com/videos/2012/dec/30/1385/"><strong>• Video: Pressel talks photography.</strong></a>
If Morgan Pressel doesn't have a club in her hand, chances are she's reaching for a camera. Pressel's love of photography started early, and her gear rivals that of some professionals.
Pressel is currently ranked No. 38 in the Rolex Women's Golf Rankings and has made more than $4.6 million in her career, which started in 2006. Her best finish in 2012 was third place at the Sybase Match Play Championship.