After a long wait and lost weight, Kerr wins a major
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- Those who see her now and knew her then still shake their heads in amazement. The transformation, in many ways, was bigger than anything Cristie Kerr did in her golf career.
The weight she shed all those years ago was nothing compared to the baggage she got rid of at Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club, where she captured the U.S. Women's Open by shooting a final-round 70 for a two-stroke victory over Lorena Ochoa and Angela Park on Sunday.
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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