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Posts Tagged ‘Lorena Ochoa Invitational.’

Matthew wins Ochoa Invitational by 4 strokes


Catriona Matthew with trophy of Aug 2009 Women's British Open (photo by Wojciech Migda via wikipedia commons)

Catriona Matthew of Scotland closed the final round with a 1-under-par 71 to win by strokes in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The 5’4 Matthew, who is 42 years old, carded a 12-under-par 276 total. Anna Nordqvist and I.K. Kim tied for second-place.

Matthew has won 4 LPGA tournaments and 4 Ladies European Tour events in her career.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Golf news

Kim wins Ochoa Invitational in Mexico

South Korean golfer In-Kyung Kim won the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Kim closed the tournament with an 8-under-par 64 for a three-shot win over Suzann Pettersen.

In-Kyung Kim (courtesy of Wikipedia Commons)

Lorena Ochoa (U of Arizona photo)

Kim matched the tournament record set by Cristie Kerr in the first round with her 64 and finished at 19-under-par.

Ochoa, playing in her first LPGA tournament since retiring in April, was 19 strokes back, tying for 25th place.

complied from LPGA Tour event

Paula Creamer leads in Mexico

Paula Creamer (LPGA)

Paula Creamer, the United States Women’s Open champion, shot a 6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead over Norway’s Susann Pettersen in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Guadalajara, Mexico.

compiled from LPGA news

Cristie Kerr leads Lorena Ochoa Invitational

Cristie Kerr (LPGA)

Cristie Kerr shot a tournament-record 8-underpar-64 to take a three-stroke lead over Stacy Lewis in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Ochoa, who retired from golf this past April, opened with a 74 on her home course in her first LPGA start since that retirement.

compiled from LPGA Tour news

Heading back to Stanford soon, Michelle Wie wins CN Canadian Open

Eventhough she is a member of the LPGA Tour, Michelle Wie has been looking forward to going back to college this fall. She’ll be heading back to Stanford University after the LPGA’s next event beginning September 10, the P&G NW Arkansas Championship.

In the meantime, on Sunday at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Wie closed with a 2-under-par 70 Sunday for a three-shot win at the Canadian Women’s Open, her second career win on the LPGA Tour.

Michelle Wie earns 2nd career win (LPGA)

Wie, who was 12 under for the tournament, earned a winner’s check of $337,500 in the $2.25-million event at St. Charles Country Club, the LPGA’S only tournament in Canada.

In the final round, Wie had five birdies, including the 13th, 14th and 15th holes.

Wie led wire-to-wire after an opening round of 65 and was tied with Jiyai Shin for the lead entering the final round at 10 under. She also had the second hole-in-one of her career in the opening round.

The 20-year-old Wie received a congratulatory spray of champagne from her longtime friend on the tour, Christina Kim.

Wie’s first career win came in November at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational during her rookie year.

Jiyai Shin of South Korea shot a 73 and tied for second with Kristy McPherson (66), defending champion Suzann Pettersen of Norway (69) and South Korean Jee Lee Young (69).

Ai Mayazato of Japan, the Number 1 ranked player heading into the Open shot a 69 and finished 15th, while Number 2 Cristie Kerr also shot a 69 on Sunday to finished eighth in the tournament.

compiled from staff & LPGA reports

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