Third Round of McDonald's LPGA Championship
Lorena Ochoa, left, is 10 under and tied for third place with Annika Sorenstam. Jee Young Lee leads at 12 under, and Maria Hjorth is a shot behind her in second place.
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The soft conditions at Bulle Rock have not helped short-hitting Morgan Pressel. A Friday 69 left her at two under par going into the weekend.
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Camilo Villegas would be proud of how Suzann Pettersen of Norway read the ninth green. She went on the shoot 68 and join the group at five under after 36 holes.
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First Round of McDonald's LPGA Championship
Emily Bastel shot a bogey-free 66 for a share of the lead.
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Lorie Kane, who has made only four cuts this season, also shot a 6-under 66 Thursday.
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Annika Sorenstam had only one bogey to finish the first round at two under par.
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"I played very, very well. Hit the ball beautifully today. Very happy," Sorenstam said. "Just didn't make some putts today, unfortunately, but I'm very, very happy with my game."
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"It's only Thursday, I'm not going to worry about where I am at the end of the day. I just want to continue to play the way I am doing and looking forward to a great week," Sorenstam said.
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"Today was important just not to get away too far from the leaders, and that's why I'm so happy that I did," Ochoa said. "Three under for the first day of a major is good, even though I had the double bogey. And hopefully, tomorrow I'll have a great round."
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Three birdies and two bogeys left Paula Creamer at one under par.
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Natalie Gulbis double bogeyed the par-4 sixth hole. She is at one over par.
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Morgan Pressel, who bogeyed her final two holes, is at one over par.
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Laura Diaz has hit 30 of 36 greens in regulation through two rounds at Bulle Rock. Her 68 on Friday left her five shots off the lead.
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Annika Sorenstam and her caddie, Terry McNamera, plotted strategy before she hit her tee shot on the ninth hole. She would go on to par the hole and shoot 68 to finish four shots off the lead.
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Ochoa shot even-par 72 on Saturday and gave up the lead.
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Ochoa is trying to win her third straight major championship.
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Sorenstam, who will retire at the end of the year, shot 68 on Saturday.
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Lee moved into first with a scorching 65 on Saturday.
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Lindsey Wright's one-over 73 put her in a tie for fifth place.
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Second Round of McDonald's LPGA Championship
A birdie on the 18th hole Friday brought a smile to Lorena Ochoa's face. She finished the day at 10 under par after making seven birdies and no bogeys.
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Lorena Ochoa shot 69 in her first round.
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Australia's Lindsey Wright let it all hang out on the par-4 16th hole. She made birdie en route to carding a 68.
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Another Australian, Rachel Hetherington, posted a 69 to finish three behind Ochoa at seven under par.
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Lorie Kane was pleased with her tee shot on the 10th hole, but she failed to make a birdie on her second nine Friday. Kane followed her Thursday 66 with a 70 to leave herself in third place.
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Brittany Lang made five birdies and no bogies Friday to shoot 67.
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Karrie Webb, who double bogeyed the par-3 12th hole, is at two over par.
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