The No. 1 ranked Lorena Ochoa is off to a hot start this season. In her latest remarkable moment, she became the first player in 45 years to win four tournaments in consecutive weeks with her three-stroke victory at the Ginn Open.
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Ochoa got her first win of the season at the HSBC Women's Champions in March. It was her 18th career LPGA victory.
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Ochoa's first loss of the season came at home in her second tournament, the MasterCard Classic Honoring Alejo Peralta, in Mexico. She has struggled in Mexico, winning just two of eight Tour starts.
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Her streak then began at the Safeway International. She successfully defended her title in a seven-stroke victory.
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Ochoa went on to win the first major of the year at the Kraft Nabisco Championship by five-shots. It was her second consecutive major victory.
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Her third-straight victory at the Corona Championship was particularly special. Ochoa won at home in Mexico, in front of friends and family and qualified for the LPGA Hall of Fame.
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Ochoa's fourth win at the Ginn Open was her fifth victory in six starts this season.