Final Round of the McDonald's LPGA Championship
Lorena Ochoa reacted after her pitch for eagle on the 16th hole banged off the pin. She came up short in her attempt for a third straight major championship.
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"I am not ashamed. I'm proud of my finish. Now I move on and try to win the next few tournaments," Ochoa said.
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Annika Sorenstam also came up short, finishing tied with Ochoa at 11 under par.
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Rookie Yani Tseng, playing in only her third major championship, became the youngest winner of the LPGA Championship, when she beat Maria Hjorth in a four hole playoff.
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"It's a tough time," Sorenstam said. "I was determined today, really this whole week. I felt like I could do it."
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Hjorth closed with a 71 to force the playoff. "I played solid golf all day, and just very proud of myself for hanging in there," she said.
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Laura Diaz finished at 10 under par, two strokes off the lead.
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