Birdie blitz puts Ochoa in position to win first major
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- The questions keep coming, and Lorena Ochoa understands. The one-time language barrier is no longer a problem, and neither is facing up to the subject. Winning a major championship is an obvious goal, and as long as it remains unaccomplished, it will be a topic of conversation.
If having been so close you could all but taste victory matters, if having tried but failed is part of the process, then the No. 1-ranked player in women's golf is more than ready to ...
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2007 U.S. WOMEN'S OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Where: Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club, Southern Pines, N.C.
Yardage/Par: 6,644 yards; par 71
2007 champion: Cristie Kerr
• Sunday recap: Kerr wins by two
• Harig: Kerr completes her transformation
• Wojciechowski: Don't give up on Wie yet
• Harig: Ochoa comes up short (again)
• Saturday recap: Shin leads by one
• Harig: Ochoa on course in major title chase
• Friday recap: Angela Park grabs lead
• Wie withdraws halfway through second round
• Sirak: Time for Wie to step back from golf
• Harig: Pak was a pioneer in her homeland
• 12-year-old reaches weekend... sort of
• Round complete: Thompson shoots 76
• Thurs. recap: Park grabs lead
• Sirak: Wie's 82 could have been worse
• Harig: No sweat for Park
• Harig: Webb shoots 'terrible' round of 83
• Sirak: Major wins really are major achievements
• Harig: Do majors mean less to top women golfers?
• Sirak: Women's Open highlighted by intriguing questions
• Harig: Thompson, 12, embarks on record-setting appearance
• Alternate Shot: Talking Women's Open