The world's No.1 player and an overwhelming favorite to win the year's first major, Yani Tseng struggled from the outset Sunday.
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American tenn Lexi Thompson roared out of the gate with birdies on four of the first five holes, conjuring images of great things to come.
Yani Tseng arrives at Mission Hills Country Club for this week's Kraft Nabisco -- the season's first major -- as The Yaninator, women's golf's version of consistency and persistence, operating as nerveless as a fictional machine come to life.
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Stealing the show in 2011: Yani Tseng, 22, became the youngest to five majors. Lexi Thompson, 16, was the youngest-ever winner.
The former world No. 1, pregnant with her first child, will be watching this time as today's No. 1, Yani Tseng, headlines the field.
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The 22-year-old has won seven LPGA tournaments in 20 events this year. While other players have won more in one season, few have had a better victory ratio.
As if the world No. 1 needed another advantage, the LPGA Tour makes its first stop in Taiwan on the course where Tseng groomed her game as a young amateur.
Yani Tseng's top rivals praise the year she is having and acknowledge they need to work harder to have a chance to win.
The 22-year-old's mental game is maturing, and she now has six LPGA titles this season to show for it.
The tendinitis in her wrist that forced her withdrawal on the final day is improving, but the disappointment hasn't faded.