Everybody's on her game for a run at the last major
ST. ANNES-ON-SEA, England -- With the meat of its 2006 schedule in the rearview mirror, the LPGA moves into the final major with the money title and Player of the Year award on the line for the first time this century.
Karrie Webb was simply overwhelming in taking home both honors in 2000, and Annika Sorenstam has been the unquestioned best in women's golf since then. But when the Weetabix Women's British Open begins Thursday at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, as many as seven players will tee ...
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