Archives for: July 2008

Ochoa wants to spoil Annika's fun; Wie shrugs off criticism

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Annika Sorenstam wants to end her career with a bang, which would include her 11th major at this week's Ricoh Women's British Open, but she doesn't expect her competitors will make it easy. As she heads into her final major, Sorenstam told The Associ… more »

LPGA vets come out against Michelle Wie's PGA Tour decision

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Even though she isn't playing in this weekend's Ricoh Women's British Open, Michelle Wie can't seem to stay out of the story. In fact, her not playing is what's causing the controversy. Several LPGA veterans are questioning why Wie is skipping a major… more »

Ricoh Women's British Open: Annika take a bow, Wie takes a hike

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Annika Sorenstam is preparing for her last major, with this week's Ricoh Women's British Open at the Sunningdale Golf Club in Sunningdale, England. Sorenstam tells The Independent that her next goal is to start a family. "When you've been a part of… more »

Harrington defends British Open title; Wie disqualified from State Farm Classic

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Padraig Harrington successfully defended his British Open title Sunday, finishing with a 1-under 69 to defeat Ian Poulter by four shots. Harrington thwarted a historical victory by Greg Norman, who led by two strokes going into the final round. Norman wo… more »

Kenny Perry wins John Deere Classic; Creamer holds on for Corning Classic title

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Kenny Perry defeated Brad Adamonis and Jay Williamson in a one-hole playoff Sunday to win the John Deere Classic. It was his third PGA Tour win in five starts, and nearly guarantees him a spot in the Ryder Cup Matches in Kentucky, Perry's home state. The… more »

Kim wins AT&T National; Wie granted Canadian Women's Open sponsor's exemption

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Anthony Kim shot a 5-under-par 65 Sunday to win the AT&T National by two strokes, becoming the first American under 25 since Tiger Woods to win at least twice in the same year on the PGA Tour. Kim got a congratulatory call from Woods, the tournament… more »