MARK ROLFINGGame 717 | June 25, 2008 | Dottie Pepper, Mark Rolfing
In the Twin Cities for ESPN and NBC coverage of the 2008 Women's U.S. Open at Interlachen, golf analysts Pepper and Rolfing talked about the state of women's professional golf and the future of the game after Annika Sorenstam's announcement that she would retire at the end of the year. Pepper, winner of two Majors and 17 LPGA events, said that Lorena Ochoa should be the favorite to win at Interlachen. Rolfing, a major figure in golf in Hawaii, talked about the difficult career of 18-year-old Hawaiian Michele Wie. The U.S. Open, co-chaired by Dunkers Linda and Dave Mona, was won by Korean Inbee Park.
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