LPGA ADT Championship

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LPGA Tour ADT Championship: Final Round Before Sunday's action at the ADT Championship started, the players' previous scores were erased and everyone started at even par. With a $1 million first prize on the line, the No. 1 player in the world, Mexico's Lorena Ochoa, walked away with the cash.
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Paula Creamer opened with a double bogey on No. 1, but she recovered to shoot a one-over 73.
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Natalie Gulbis made two pars in a 3-for-2 playoff to advance to the weekend.
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Morgan Pressel switched to a conventional putting grip for the first time in her life, and it paid off. Pressel shot a seven-under 65.
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First-round co-leader Mi Hyun Kim shot a two-under 70.
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LPGA ADT Championship: Round 1 Lorena Ochoa was in the lead until she hit two balls into the water on the 17th hole for a quadruple bogey that sent her tumbling down the leaderboard.
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Paula Creamer birdied No. 18 to finish one behind the leaders.
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Natalie Gulbis opened her round with two bogeys, but she recovered to shoot even par.
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Annika Sorenstam needs a win this week to avoid her first winless season since her rookie year in 1994. Sorenstam shot a two-over 74.
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Morgan Pressel made four bogeys and three birdies for a 73.
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Mi Hyun Kim made five birdies on the front nine then finished with nine straight pars. Kim is tied for the lead with Christina Kim.
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LPGA ADT Championship: Round 2 Annika Sorenstam was eliminated in a 3-for-2 playoff at the ADT Championship, ending her year without a victory for the first time since 1994.
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After shooting a 68 Friday, Norway's Suzann Petterson shot a disappointing 74 and failed to advance.
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Karrie Webb made a quadruple bogey on the par-3 7th hole Sunday en route to a disappointing 84.
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Lorena Ochoa made three birdies and one bogey for a 70.
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Christina Kim made a birdie on the 18th hole Saturday to grab the last spot in Sunday's eight-woman field. But the colorful Californian's final round 81 was only good enough for seventh place and a $17,000 check.
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Paul Creamer made plenty of short putts Sunday, but she failed to create enough scoring chances. The 2005 Rookie of the Year shot 72 and finished in third place.
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After making five birdies on her first nine holes, a double bogey on the 17th hole made things interesting for Ochoa. But a birdie on the 18th sealed the deal and gave her the title.
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LPGA Tour ADT Championship: Round 3 Saturday saw plenty of drama unfold as players scrambled to earn a spot in the final round of the LPGA Tour's ADT Championship. Eight players will compete Sunday for a $1 million first prize. Everyone will start with a score of 0, so it's become a sprint, winner-take-all event that promises to bring out the best in the LPGA's biggest stars.
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Paula Creamer improved her Friday 73 by seven shots Saturday, carding a 66 to comfortably make it to Sunday.
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Mexico's Lorena Ochoa, the LPGA's No. 1 player, shot 66 Saturday to tie Creamer for low round of the day and advance to Sunday's play.
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Morgan Pressel's 65 on Friday was the low round of the tournament, but she had to wave her dreams of winning the $1 million prize good-bye after shooting a 73 Saturday.
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There was nothing for Nicole Castrale's caddie, and husband, to say after she hit into the water on 18 Saturday and made bogey. Her blunder dropped her out of eighth place and gave Christina Kim the final spot in Sunday's action.
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Natalie Gulbis came up just short Sunday, shooting 70. Her runner-up performance was good enough to earn a check for $100,000.