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The Week April 10-16
April 23, 2001
?Passing Nancy FancyFive straight would be nice, but Annika Sorenstam is after bigger fish: Mickey Wright's record of 13 wins in a season.
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April 23, 2001

The Week April 10-16

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UP and Down

Annika Sorenstam

Karrie Webb

Nancy Lopez

Annika Sorenstam

Doug Tewell

Tom Watson

Tradition

The Tradition

Jos� Coceres

Angel Cabrera

?Passing Nancy Fancy
Five straight would be nice, but Annika Sorenstam is after bigger fish: Mickey Wright's record of 13 wins in a season.

?Putt Ugly
You make the call: Have two pros with strokes homelier than Jos� Coceres's and Billy Mayfair's ever gone head-to-head in a playoff?

?Class Conscious
Weren't Kite, Wadkins and Watson supposed to head the class of 2000? Doug Tewell has one win fewer (four) than all three combined.

? LPGA

Sorenstam, who joined Kathy Whitworth and Mickey Wright as the only players to win four scheduled LPGA events in a row, is two short of Byron Nelson's all-tour record, set in 1945, for victories in consecutive tournaments....

Sorenstam made up a record 10 strokes in the final round at Los Angeles's Wilshire Country Club. She closed with a six-under 66 to overtake second-round leader Pat Hurst, then beat Mi Hyun Kim on the first hole of a playoff to improve her career mark in overtime to 9-3....

Sorenstam's 68.43 scoring average is a stroke better than the season record, established by Karrie Webb last year.

? PGA

Coceres, a 37-year-old Argentine who has played on the European tour since 1990, beat Mayfair on the fifth hole of sudden death to win the WorldCom Classic on Hilton Head Island, S.C....

Coceres has risen from 185th to 29th in the World Ranking since '98....

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