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Shin vaults into lead, Ochoa fires an eagle to stay one-shot behind

LA JOLLA (California): South Korean rookie Shin Ji-yai fired a three-under 69 to take sole possession of first place after the second round of the LPGA Samsung World Championship on Friday.

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Creamer hopes to rise to the top again

LA JOLLA (California): Paula Creamer seeks to defend her Samsung World Championship title this weekend as the LPGA returns to Torrey Pines golf course this week for the first time in over 25 years.

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Sorenstam grabs share of lead with Creamer and Gustafson

Swedish superstar Annika Sorenstam shrugged off some shaky moments to maintain a share of the lead on Friday after two rounds of the Samsung World Championship.

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Mexican outduels Sorenstam for world crown

Lorena Ochoa took a major step to claiming LPGA Player of the Year and season prize money honours by outduelling Annika Sorenstam in Sunday's final round to win the Samsung World Championship.

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Wie to play in World Championship

Michelle Wie accepted a sponsor invitation on Wednesday to play in the LPGA Samsung World Championship, a 20-player event in October at which she will celebrate her 18th birthday.

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Patricia and Annika make the grade

Patricia Meunier-Lebouc of France, winner of the Nabisco Championship, the first LPGA major of 2003, and Sweden's Annika Sorenstam are the first players to qualify for the Samsung World Championship.

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Malaysian riders strut their stuff to finish third

Malaysia A put up a creditable performance to finish third in the Samsung FEI Nations Cup Trophy showjumping competition at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil here yesterday.

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Swede win for Sorenstam

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.

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Wie begins pro-golf career by chasing Sorenstam

B>PALM DESERT, California:/BAmerican teenager Michelle Wie embarked on her professional career Thursday, shooting a 2-under 70 while Annika Sorenstam took the first-round lead at the Samsung Championship with a 64 that could have been lower if not for missing putts inside five feet on the final two holes.

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Sorenstam's 15 minutes of fame in between rounds

Annika Sorenstam's 15 minutes of fame came between her first and second rounds on Friday at the Samsung Championship.