LPGA Stanford International Pro-Am

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Final Round of the Stanford International Pro-Am Annika Sorenstam scored her 71st career victory Sunday when she defeated Paula Creamer in the first playoff hole.
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Tennis star James Blake shared a laugh with actor James Caan.
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Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt spent some time thinking about his next shot.
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Natalie Gulbis thought she missed the cut after failing to make a birdie on 18, but she made the cut on the number.
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First Round of the Stanford International Pro-Am Tennis star James Blake was paired with Paula Creamer. Because of a bet he lost to Creamer, he was forced to carry his clubs in a pink bag.
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Creamer has a share of the lead at three under par.
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James Caan acknowledged the crowd after his first tee shot. "I smoked that ball. I killed a bass," he said.
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Caan played with Christina Kim, who is at one under par. "She put up with a lot today, I'll tell you what," Caan said.
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Morgan Pressel had three straight bogeys on the back nine. She is at five over par.
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International Tennis Hall of Famer Ivan Lendl was also in the field.
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Annika Sorenstam ended her round with a birdie. She is at two under par.
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Former baseball player Mike Schmidt played with Suzann Pettersen, who finished at even par.
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Natalie Gulbis had a tough day with seven bogeys. She is at five over par.
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Miami Dolphin's kicker Jay Feely went for the green on the 10th hole.
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Morgan Pressel missed the cut by one shot after a 74.
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Yani Tseng tumbled down the leaderboard after a 77.
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Young Kim shot a second-straight 67 for a one-shot lead heading into the weekend.
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Creamer's final-round 69 left her in a tie with Sorenstam at eight under par.
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Sorenstam parred the 18th hole, the first playoff hole, which was good enough for the win.
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Creamer's par putt came up short, and she lost the playoff.
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Cristie Kerr, who double bogeyed the par-4 16th hole, finished five strokes off the lead at three under par.
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Despite two early double bogeys in her final round, Young Kim finished one stroke off the lead at seven under par.
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Karrie Webb also finished at seven under par after a final-round 64.
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Third Round of the Stanford International Pro-AMAnnika Sorenstam grabbed a one-shot lead after a one-under 71.
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Paula Creamer moved into the final group with a four-under 67.
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Natalie Gulbis continued her struggles this week with a three-over 74.
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Cristie Kerr made an eagle on the par-4 14th hole on her way to a 67.
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Momoko Ueda finished two shots off the lead at five under.
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Beth Bader won the Pro-Am event with leukemia survivor Aaron Theobald, three shots ahead of teams anchored by Sorenstam and Maria Hjorth.
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Second Round of the Stanford International Pro-AMAnnika Sorenstam opened her round with three straight birdies, and she finished one shot off the lead.
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Juli Inkster, who missed a putt to bogey the 12th hole, finished the first round at one under par.