The Latest News about the 2014 International Crown

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As we all know, the Iternational Crown is a biennial women's professional team golf tournament on the LPGA Tour. It makes its debut at the Caves Valley Golf Club, in Owings Mills, Maryland, USA, from July 24–27, 2014. On November 13, 2013, the following women's golf teams qualified to participate in this event are: Australia, Chinese Taipei, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, and the United States. 

Each national team will have four golfers playing with the titleist 913h hybrid, for a total of 32 golfers for the entire event.The next International Crown event will take place at Rich Harvest Farms private golf course in Sugar Grove, Illinois for 2016.
During the lastest International Crown, Tseng teamed with Phoebe Yao to defeat Stacy Lewis and Lexi Thompson, 1 up, in their fourballs match. Earlier, Chinese Taipei’s Teresa Lu and Candie Kung teamed to rout USA’s Cristie Kerr and Paula Creamer.
Those victories catapulted Chinese Taipei to the top of the Pool B standings with a 2-0 mark, which was worth four points, a point better than Spain. A victory is worth two points in these matches with a half worth a point.
Burying a 13-foot birdie Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Driver at the last, she secured Chinese Taipei’s sweep of the No. 1-seeded Americans on Thursday at Caves Valley Golf Club. he Americans weren’t just shut out. They never held a lead on Day 1. apan is in control of Pool B after a victory and a half in their matches with Sweden.
Fourballs play will continue Friday with teams trying to position themselves to make it to Sunday singles. The top two teams from each pool advance to Sunday along with a fifth wild-card. The teams finishing third in each pool together with their taylormade burner 2.0 irons will meet in a sudden-death playoff Saturday evening with the winner advancing as the wild card.
The United States meets a confident Spanish team in fourballs Friday in Day 2 of the International Crown.The No. 1-seeded Americans, who were shut out in Thursday’s opening matches, meet a Spanish team that was unbeaten on Day 1.
This time, U.S. vs Spain is really a wonderful competition. Both 2 teams are very powerful groups, it is really hard to judge which win which defeat. Let’s just look forward to it.

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