Ochoa gets mad -- very mad
RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.- No one can blame Lorena Ochoa for not being her usual superstar self on the golf course so far this season; the truth is she's been a little distracted. Last December, she married AeroMexico CEO Andres Conesa, gained three stepchildren and moved from her hometown of Guadalajara to Mexico City.
Still, she he has played well here at the Kraft Nabisco Championship and stayed within sniffing distance of the lead all week while remaining busy off the course with the launch of the U.S. division of the Lorena Ochoa Foundation.
Ochoa is back to even par for the day, -7 for the tournament and six shots behind leader Yani Tseng.