Lorena Ochoa's star rising; LPGA Tour tees off in Thailand
Lorena Ochoa’s come from behind victory against Annika Sorenstam at the Samsung World Championship this weekend could signal a changing of the guards on the LPGA Tour. Sorenstam, 36, has dominated women’s golf for years, but her strangle hold on the tour is waning, partly because her off-course interests are expanding, and partly because of Ochoa, who has won five events this season and is looking like a strong contender for the U.S. LPGA player of the year …
The LPGA Tour touches down in Asia this week for its first appearance in Thailand at the inaugural Honda LPGA Thailand at Amata Spring Country Club. Sixty players will compete in the event, with Christie Kerr leading the field.
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