Yani Tseng, new caddie in tow, hopes to revive her slumping game at the Evian Masters.
Yani Tseng, who has struggled mightily with her game of late, hopes that a two-week break and a new caddie, Basil van Rooyen, by her side will help revive her championship form at this week’s Evian Masters.
After a string of poor performances -- including her first missed cut in more than a year, a T59 at the LPGA Championship, and a share of 50th place at the U.
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