We suppose there's something to be said for going out on top. Lorena Ochoa, the four-time LPGA Player of the Year who has dominated women's golf for nearly a decade, announced her retirement from professional golf. Ochoa will discuss the reasons behind her retirement and her future plans at a press conference in her native Mexico this Friday, April 23. Rumors are hinting that Ochoa, who recently married executive Andres Conesa, may be pregnant and ready to start a family.Ochoa has also...Read Full Story
Lorena Ochoa,the world's number 1 women's golfer ,defended her Sybase Classic title yesterday and secured her first LPGA Tour victory since overtaking Annika Sorenstam for the number 1 rank in the Rolex Rankings last month.Ochoa beat Sarah Lee by three strokes at Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton, N.J."It was a great day. I had a feeling this morning. I woke up, and I was feeling really good, ready to go and very excited to start playing," Lorena Ochoa told the press. "I think the key...Read Full Story
Lorena Ochoa and Paula Creamer share the lead in the Kraft Nabisco Championship.Today she shot five birdies, two bogeys and a double-bogey at 15. She started the day 1 down and ended the day tied for first. If she wins this major, she'll likely be ranked #1Keep an eye out for Lorena Ochoa in 2007!Read Full Story
Lorena Ochoa is a 25-year-old Mexican who is now the best player on the LPGA Tour.