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Australian left-hander Nick O'Hern fired an eight-under par 63 to fend off the chasing pack and lead the US$1.55mil Heineken Classic after the third round yesterday.
Michelle Wie has accepted an invitation to play in the Evian Masters in France, and a new policy adopted late last year by the LPGA Tour makes it possible for the 15-year-old to play in the Women's British Open.
Swedish superstar Annika Sorenstam, who surged past South Korean Grace Park to win the Samsung World Championship on Sunday, has surpassed the US$2mil mark in earnings for the fourth straight season.
Annika Sorenstam erased a three-shot deficit and cashed in on a breakdown by Grace Park to win the US$825,000 Samsung World Championship by three strokes on Sunday.
Grace Park followed up her 10-under-par 62 with a five-under 67 on Friday to seize a four-shot lead after two rounds of the US$850,000 Samsung World Championship.
South Korea's Grace Park grabbed the first-round lead in the LPGA Samsung World Championship on Thursday with a tournament-record 62.
Michelle Wie, who turned 15 on Monday, will join all four major winners, Annika Sorenstam, Meg Mallon, Grace Park, and Karen Stupples at this week#8217;s Samsung World Championship.
Besides their grinding training sessions, the Athens Olympics-bound athletes have also been kept busy with promotions activities over the last two days. But it was all made worthwhile when Samsung announced two big contributions to the Malaysian contingent Thursday.
China have dropped reigning world champion Xia Xuanze from the squad to the Athens Olympic Games.
New South Korea coach Jo Bonfrere named his 22-man Asian Cup squad Thursday, hoping to cure a chronic lack of firepower by recalling the top scorer in the tournament four years ago.