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  1. For Annika Sorenstam, it's all about life after golf

    Jason Sobel

    Is it possible that Annika Sorenstam's career became even busier after she walked away from the LPGA Tour? With multiple products and a new baby, the answer might be yes, writes ESPN.com's Jason Sobel.

    Blog | Conversation | October 28, 2009
  2. Woods, Federer clinch titles, share texts

    Jason Sobel

    As Roger Federer claimed his 15th career Grand Slam on Sunday, close friend Tiger Woods eked out a 1-shot win at the AT&T National. That's not the only parallel between two of the world's top athletes, writes ESPN.com's Jason Sobel.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 05, 2009
  3. Tops of 2008 as seen from the front row

    Jason Sobel

    The best moments in golf during the 2008 season? Well, there was Tiger Woods' historic U.S. Open win, of course ... and Padraig Harrington's back-to-back major championship titles ... and Annika Sorenstam's farewell tour ... and Lorena Ochoa...

    Blog | Conversation | December 07, 2008
  4. PGA, LPGA Tours rendering disparate results

    Jason Sobel

    The PGA and LPGA could not be more disparate. While the triumvirate of Lorena Ochoa, Annika Sorenstam and Paula Creamer have a monopoly on this season's trophies, the men's game is a crapshoot.

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2008
  5. Shooting 59 among Annika's many career highlights

    Jason Sobel

    She has fired a 59, played against men, run the table against the best women golfers in the world. Few athletes have dominated their sport the way Annika Sorenstam has dominated golf. Top 10 moments

    Story | Conversation | May 14, 2008
  6. Annika gracefully entering last phase of her career

    Jason Sobel

    Considering where she is in her life and career, Annika Sorenstam's retirement shouldn't take anyone by surprise, writes Jason Sobel.

    Story | Conversation | May 13, 2008
  7. Scott takes advantage of star-depleted field

    Jason Sobel

    Adam Scott didn't have Tiger Woods to contend with while Annika Sorenstam was without Lorena Ochoa. Still, 18 holes weren't enough as both went into extra sessions to pull off their titles.

    Story | Conversation | April 28, 2008
  8. Mickelson, Sorenstam give reason for optimism

    Jason Sobel

    While Tiger Woods and Lorena Ochoa stayed at home, their next closest competitors were busy picking up hardware this weekend, as Phil Mickelson and Annika Sorenstam sounded a few warning shots of their own.

    Story | Conversation | February 17, 2008
  9. On the Hot Seat: Annika Sorenstam

    Jason Sobel

    Annika Sorenstam isn't just breaking ground on golf courses around the world as an up-and-coming designer, she's breaking ground figuratively, too, becoming one of very few women to break into the field. The Hot Seat caught up with the 10-time major champion to discuss her new role and what it means to her playing career.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2007
  10. Ochoa passes Sorenstam for No. 1 ranking

    Jason Sobel

    For the first time since the Rolex Rankings were instituted, Annika Sorenstam is no longer No. 1. She was passed by Lorena Ochoa this week.

    Story | Conversation | April 23, 2007
  11. Annika halted in bid for 70

    Jason Sobel

    It's true: Tiger Woods text-messaged Annika Sorenstam after winning the PGA Championship last year to remind his buddy that he holds a 12-10 edge in career major championship titles. Well, today she could have fired one back at him. The text would ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 12, 2007
  12. On the Hot Seat: Lorena Ochoa

    Jason Sobel

    What's next for Lorena Ochoa? Possibly her first major championship title, or a run at Annika Sorenstam's No. 1 ranking, or -- gasp! -- a chance to compete against the men in a PGA Tour event.

    Story | Conversation | December 05, 2006
  13. Newport was a winning venue

    Jason Sobel

    NEWPORT, R.I. -- After four rounds and an additional Monday playoff here at the 61st U.S. Women's Open, I'm convinced of two things: (1) Annika Sorenstam is still the top player in the world; and (2) You couldn't ask for a better setting for a major ...

    Blog | Conversation | July 03, 2006
  14. Annika gets her perfect 10

    Jason Sobel

    With a playoff victory in the U.S. Women's Open, Annika Sorenstam proved once again why she is such a tough competitor.

    Story | Conversation | July 03, 2006
  15. Monday's playoff, by the numbers

    Jason Sobel

    NEWPORT, R.I. -- Conventional wisdom says Annika Sorenstam will prevail over Pat Hurst in Monday's 18-hole U.S. Women's Open playoff. Of course, there's no room for conventional wisdom on a scorecard. For the record, Sorenstam is the world's top-ran...

    Blog | Conversation | July 02, 2006
  16. Singh's '04 season tops the list

    Jason Sobel

    What do Vijay Singh, a 22-handicapper and a European tailor have in common? The Weekly 18 explains.

    Story | Conversation | November 07, 2004