LPGA Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam announced on her website and via Twitter that she is pregnant. She expects to have her and husband Mike McGee's second child next summer.
A straw poll of some of Annika Sorenstam's male compatriots playing on the PGA Tour revealed just how important her role in all of golf is, especially in her native Sweden, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
On the precipice of some of the game's most hallowed records, Annika Sorenstam decided to say goodbye. Arguably the greatest female golfer of all time, Sorenstam is ready to pursue other endeavors.
Having recently turned 36 years old, top-ranked Annika Sorenstam is working hard to remain motivated, writes Bob Harig.
No European has won the PGA Championship since 1930. Luke Donald and Henrik Stenson are tied for the lead, but arrived in different ways.
They'll face off head-to-head at the Skins Game, but who had the better five-year run -- Woods or Sorenstam?
She didn't tee it up with the men or win the Grand Slam. All Annika Sorenstam did was win eight LPGA events this year.
There's nothing wrong with the LPGA's attempt to speed up play. Just keep it up in this week's major.
A year ago, Kenny Perry won at Colonial and went on a rampage. Can he do it again?
What Christmas gift do you get for the PGA Tour player who has everything? Bob Harig has some suggestions.
Women playing against guys? Tiger without a major? The 2003 season was a weird one, to be sure.
Annika Sorenstam officially qualifies for the Hall of Fame after Thursday, which is also her 33rd birthday.
Annika Sorenstam has done it all this season, and now she can show off for her home fans at the Solheim Cup.
How much did Annika Sorenstam benefit from playing in the Colonial? We'll begin to see at this week's LPGA major.
What did Annika Sorenstam prove this week at the Colonial? The answer depends on your point of view.
A message to those who oppose Annika Sorenstam's inclusion in the Colonial this week: Get over yourself.