posted on Jun, 1 2003 @ 07:55 PM
Back where she belongs, the L
AURORA, Ill. -- The question was never whether Annika Sorenstam was going to win, but by how much.
Annika Sorenstam bogeyed her final two holes, but had built a big enough lead that it hardly mattered.
Playing in her first LPGA Tour event since her historic rounds at the Colonial, Sorenstam breezed to a three-stroke victory in the Kellogg-Keebler
Classic on Sunday.
Though she bogeyed her final two holes, she'd built up such a big lead it hardly mattered. She finished with a 1-under 71, giving her a 17-under 199
for the 54-hole tournament.
It was Sorenstam's second victory of the year on the LPGA Tour -- her 44th overall. Sorenstam earned $180,000 with the win, putting her back in first
place on the money list with $734,501.
There's no question she is the top woman's golfer, but she needs to stay on the ladies tour.