Movers & Shakers: Women’s Update


It’s a two-horse race in the Women’s World Ranking. No surprise, those two horses finished 1-2 at the LBAA on Lake Dardanelle last weekend.

I don’t know if it has to do with the hyphenated last names, but Pam Martin-Wells and Kim Bain-Moore have set themselves apart from the rest of the ladies on the LBAA. The two of them have won six of the last seven tournaments on the tour.

Martin-Wells is currently No. 1 — as she has been for a while — with a 917.491 average, while Bain-Moore sits in second with a 811.658. However, Martin-Wells played runner-up to Bain-Moore at Dardanelle, as Bain-Moore took the tournament.


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