LPGA’s 2008 ADT Championship

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Final Round of the ADT Championship Ji-Yai Shin finished the tournament with a final round 2-under par 70 to capture the $1 million prize.
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Sorenstam won 72 LPGA events, including 10 majors. She was elected to the LPGA Hall of Fame in 2003.
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Ochoa also missed the cut after rounds of 75-74.
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Morgan Pressel made two double bogeys on the back nine to miss the cut.
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Round 1: The 2008 ADT Championship In the first round, Annika Sorenstam, who is walking away from golf after this tournament, turned around a rocky round with two back-to-back birdies on the back nine. She is at two over par.
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Lorena Ochoa shot a 3-over 75. She is seven strokes off the lead.
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Paula Creamer is two strokes off the lead at one under par.
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In-Kyung Kim shot a 2-under 69 in the first round.
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With two birdies and two bogeys, Morgan Pressel is at even par.
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Lorena Ochoa, and several other players, greeted Sorenstam after her round.
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After walking off the 18th green, Sorenstam was sprayed with champagne by her sister.
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Paula Creamer, who spent the night at a hospital because of an inflamed abdominal wall, finished at two over par, in third place.
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Round 2: The 2008 ADT Championship Annika Sorenstam missed the cut after shooting a 75. Sorenstam is leaving the LPGA Tour, but she has not ruled out returning in a few years.
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Karrie Webb birdied the final hole to finish at one under par, one stroke off the lead.
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Round 3: The 2008 ADT Championship With a win on Sunday, Paula Creamer will be the first American to win the LPGA Tour's season money crown in 15 years. The field of 16 on Saturday was trimmed to eight for Sunday's final round.
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Jeong Jang made a birdie on 18 to qualify.
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Suzann Pettersen made eight birdies, and she recovered from a triple bogey on No. 4 to qualify.
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Angela Stanford made six birdies and three bogeys to qualify.
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Sorenstam nailed her final drive down the middle.
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Suzann Pettersen, who birdied the par-5 third hole, is at even par.