Posted March 28, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Yani Tseng has already worked on her leap at her pool back home in Orlando, trying to come up with something special for that airborne moment between winning the LPGA Tour's Kraft Nabisco Championship and splashing down in Poppie's Pond for the traditional post-tournament dip. ''I thought I jumped pretty cool two years ago, but my friends say it wasn't a good jump,'' said Tseng, the 2010 winner. ''I think maybe if I have a lead on the last hole, I can (be) thinking what's the best pose for me to jump, some little crazy move ... like you jump in the pool, but you feel you're relaxed. Something like that.'' Nobody doubts the 23-year-old Tseng has a very good chance of making that leap. She's already soaring over the rest of women's golf, winning four of the last eight majors and ascending to No. 1 in the world. Tseng has won two straight tournaments, three of five this season - more than doubling second-place Ai Miyazato o...
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