Photos from 2009 Sybase Championship – LPGA Tour

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Final Round of the Sybase Classic Ji Young Ho shot a two-under 70 for her second LPGA win.
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Natalie Gulbis had back-to-back bogeys before making the turn, but made three birdies on the back nine to move to two under par.
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Defending champion Lorena Ochoa made only two birdies in her one-under 71.
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Brittany Lincicome shot a bogey-free 64, which included an eagle on 18.
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First Round of the Sybase Classic Helen Alfredsson shot a career-best, 10-under 62 for the early lead at Upper Montclair Country Club.
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Natalie Gulbis' 72 left her in a tie for 26th.
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Paula Creamer's 69 moved her up the leaderboard and into a a tie for sixth.
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Michelle Wie talked strategy with her caddie Gary Matthews on the 11th hole. She shot 69 and is tied for sixth, six shots behind Lincicome.
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Second Round of the Sybase Classic Brittany Lincicome continued her strong play Friday, shooting a bogey-free 69 to take a two-shot lead.
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Michelle Wie also shot 68. She is tied with Creamer in fourth place with 18 holes remaining.
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A 68 moved Paula Creamer up the leaderboard and into a tie for fourth, three shots behind Oh and Pettersen.
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A third-round 72 dropped Brittnany Lincicome out of the lead, but she remains just one shot behind the leaders.
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Five birdies helped Ji Young Oh keep pace with Pettersen and tied for the lead.
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Round Three at the Sybase Classic A 69 gave Norway's Suzann Pettersen a share of the lead.
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Wie shot a one-over 73 and is still searching for her first LPGA win.
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Paula Creamer, who shot 73 on Sunday, and Michelle Wie finished two strokes behind Pettersen at eight under.
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Suzann Pettersen finished alone in second, four strokes off the lead.
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Suzann Pettersen made six birdies on the front nine. She's three strokes behind Alfredsson.