U.S. Women’s Open Practice Round

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U.S. Women's Open Practice RoundAnnika Sorenstam teed off Wednesday at Interlachen Country Club for her final practice round before the U.S. Open begins on Thursday.
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World No. 1 Lorena Ochoa had her best finish at the U.S. Open last year when she tied for second at Pine Needles.
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Sorenstam took some pictures with the camera of her coach Henri Reis.
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Natalie Gulbis's best finish at the U.S. Open is a T4 in 2005.
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Paula Creamer enjoyed a light hearted moment with her coach Dave Whelan.
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Michelle Wie, 18, had to qualify for the U.S. Open, the first time she has had to qualify for a tournament since the ninth grade.
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Defending champion Cristie Kerr has finished in the top 10 in her last two starts.
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Suzann Pettersen has three top five finishes this year but no wins.