2009 Kraft Nabisco Championship

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Final Round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship Brittany Lincicome eagled the 18th hole to win by one stroke.
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Paula Creamer shot even par, but she remained in the hunt at 2 under.
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Lorena Ochoa was 2-under par after the front nine, but she stumbled home with a 39 on the back nine.
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Michelle Wie barely made the cut for a second straight week after an 81.
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Natalie Gulbis shot a 3-over 75.
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First Round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship Brittany Lincicome made eight birdies in her first round for the early lead a the LPGA's first major of the year.
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Michelle Wie finished her round with a birdie. She is at one under par.
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"It was a little sketchy in the beginning, but I felt confident with my putts," Wie said of her round.
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Paula Creamer made no bogeys in her 2-under 70.
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Defending champion Lorena Ochoa got off to a rocky start with a 1-over 73.
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Kim made six birdies and three bogeys for a 69.
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Second Round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship Kristy McPherson shot a 2-under 70 to finish at 6-under par, tied for the lead with Christina Kim.
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Michelle Wie fell to last place after her second straight 81.
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Lincicome then took the traditional dip in the pond next to the 18th green.
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Kristy McPherson held a one-stroke lead going into 18, but she made par to tie for second.
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Cristie Kerr birdied 18 to tie for second.
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Christina Kim made two birdies and two bogeys for a 72.
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Third Round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship Kristy McPherson made three straight birdies on the back nine to finish with a one-shot lead.
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Cristie Kerr remained one shot behind the lead after she got several lucky breaks and finished with a 70.
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Christina Kim started the day tied for the lead, but she fell back after a 75.
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Paula Creamer dropped out of contention with a 5-over 77.
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Angela Stanford eagled the par-5 18th hole. She's one stroke off the lead at five under par.