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Shiho Oyama Injured

Former JLPGA standout, and LPGA rookie Shiho Oyama writes in her rookie blog about her withdrawl from the Konica Minolta Cup, and her uncertainties for the rest of the season.

She is not in the field this week, nor is she in the field for next week’s Navistar, but she may be in the field for the 2009 Japan Women’s Open, where Ai Miyazato will be playing next week.

We’ll get to know the seriousness of her injury if she is unable to tee it up at one of the JLPGA’s best events. Oyama sits at 69th on the money list, so she should have a full card for next season, even if she is unable to play again this season. She has a rough season otherwise, only notching one top 10, a 6th at the now defunct Michelob ULTRA Open, and only one addition top 25 finish. She has missed 9 of 16 cuts this season.

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