Men's teams to get female challenge
In 2004, Sorenstam became the first woman to compete in the PGA Tour-sanctioned event, finishing sixth. She'll be part of the event's first female team with Pressel, ranked 13th on the LPGA Tour money list.
Golfers will compete for $800,000 in such skills categories as long drive, mid-iron, bunker shot, chip shot, trouble shot and short iron.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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