Sorenstam leads her last tournament

Sorenstam leads her last tournament

Dubai : United Arab Emirates | Dec 12, 2008 at 11:36 AM PST
Source: Contra Costa Times
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A fine front nine and a bogey-free round lifted Annika Sorenstam to a one-shot lead at her final event, the Dubai Ladies Masters, Friday. Starting the day four shots off the pace, the former world No...She's one shot ahead of Australian Nikki Garrett, who also shot a 66. FULL ARTICLE AT Contra Costa Times
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