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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Lorena Ochoa
Lorena Ochoa has no regrets about leaving the LPGA Tour to devote all of her time to her family and foundation.
Former No. 1 player Lorena Ochoa is making a limited return to golf and will play in October at the French Open on the Ladies European Tour.
The 2013 Canadian Women's Open will be played at Royal Mayfair in Edmonton, the site of Lorena Ochoa's victory in the 2007 tournament.
Yani Tseng is starting to draw comparisons with Tiger Woods when he was at his absolute best.
Suzann Pettersen of Norway opens the LPGA season Thursday with her sights set on the formidable task of overtaking top-ranked Yani Tseng.
Lorena Ochoa is right at home at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational, this time off the course just weeks before the birth of her first child.
Tennessee's Erica Popson brings a four-tournament winning streak into the NCAA women's golf championship.
Lorena Ochoa came out of retirement and made $1.28 million with her two-shot victory Sunday over Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie in the pro-celebrity Star Trophy at Mission Hills.
Paula Creamer still plays with a bandage. What she no longer plays with is a burden.
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. — Even with the silver trophy at her side, Cristie Kerr felt uneasy sharing the premonition she had all year about coming to Pine Needles and winning the U.S. Women's Open.
"I'm very happy to be playing," said Ochoa, set to open tournament play Thursday at Guadalajara Country Club in a group with Ai Miyazato and Azahara Munoz. "I'm excited for tomorrow."
"It was fun to be out there with the kids," Ochoa said. "They are so small a lot of times they don't know what to think but it was nice to see them out there having fun and see their parents get so excited about getting their kids involved in golf and grow to love the game. It is always fun to be able to do that and hopefully tomorrow the kids will come out with their parents and see the tournament."