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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
LIST THE FOR SOME, winning just once in their career is a blessing. For others earning an annual title is more than satisfactory. But for an elite group, winning regularly is par for the course. Swede Annika Sorenstam is one of golf’s elite. In 2001, she won eight LPGA Tour events. It prompted Karrie Webb, Sorenstam’s biggest rival at the time to state she would eat her hat if Sorenstam repeated her eight wins in 2002. Sorenstam didn’t. She won 11 times instead, equalling Mickey Wright with the LPGA Tour record for most wins in a year. She also won in Australia and Europe for 13 wins from 25 events world wide. It’s hard to digest just how good that is. We’re tipping it was even harder to swallow for Webb. ANNIKA SORENSTAM 11 LPGA Wins in a Year, 2002