Top Scots Golfer Left Holding a Nappy Pin; Baby Craig Makes a Twosome as Janice Moodie Returns to the LPGA Tour

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Top Scots Golfer Left Holding a Nappy Pin; Baby Craig Makes a Twosome as Janice Moodie Returns to the LPGA Tour


Byline: MAUREEN CULLEY

SHE is one of the world's best women golfers, well accustomed to focusing only on her game with her trusty caddy by her side.

But Scots sports star Janice Moodie has something else on her mind as she battles it out for glory on the green.

As a new mother, the 33-year-old now has to travel with not only her caddy and her clubs - but baby and nanny in tow, too.

Janice, pictured left in action, made her mark on the women's game by twice winning on the U.S.based Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour.

But five months ago she gave birth to baby Craig and his arrival has made life as a competitor on the road more challenging than ever.

Janice, who is originally from Clydebank, Dunbartonshire, but is now based in Cleveland, Ohio, began her new career as a travelling mother on tour at yesterday's opening event of the LPGA season, the SBS Open at Turtle Bay in Hawaii.

Janice, who is married to American investment specialist Tim Carneval, said: 'This will be a new challenge for me, but I'm looking forward to it. I know it's going to be harder trying to manage my time, but it will be fun having Craig with me.

'I've been working hard on my golf and looking forward to getting back and playing a full season. I haven't played an LPGA event since last June, so it's nice to get started again. …

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