Golf Innerview with Ann Liguori

Why the 2023 U.S. Women's Open feels different

Longtime golf journalist and LPGA historian Steve Eubanks joins host Ann Liguori to discuss this year's historic championship

The 78th U.S. Women's Open is making its first appearance at Pebble Beach Golf Links, which has hosted six previous U.S. Opens.

Steve Eubanks, a longtime golf journalist and LPGA historian, joins "Golf Innerview" host Ann Liguori to talk about the significance of this U.S. Women's Open and several of the top names competing.

[1:00] Steve Eubanks' longtime support of the LPGA and why he’s so passionate about the women’s game
[1:46] On iconic Pebble Beach Golf Links hosting the U.S. Women’s Open for the first time
[4:01] Importance of the top women playing at prestigious courses where so much history has been made in men’s major history
[5:00] What it means to have NBC broadcasting primetime network coverage on the weekend
[6:19] USGA, NBC, Rolex stepping up for the women’s game
[6:35] On Michelle Wie West playing and having her husband, Jonnie West, as her caddie
[7:50] Thoughts on Rose Zhang — her composure and how life has changed since winning her very first professional tournament in May
[9:10] Annika Sorenstam returning to play a U.S. Women’s Open and her preparation for this championship
[10:18] Nelly Korda’s chances at the U.S. Women’s Open
[11:00] Thoughts on the proposed agreement between the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and the Saudi Public Investment Fund
[12:11] Any talk about Saudi PIF approaching the LPGA?
[12:55] On Senior LPGA Championship winner Angela Stanford

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