Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Golfer Lorena Ochoa to Retire From Women’s Pro Tour at 28

April 20 (Bloomberg) -- Lorena Ochoa, the four-time reigning LPGA Player of the Year, said she is retiring from professional golf after an eight-year career on the top women’s tour.

Ochoa, a 28-year-old from Mexico, plans to discuss details of her retirement and plans April 23 during a press conference in Mexico City, according to a statement from the Ochoa Group management agency.

“Lorena gladly will share this news and the next stages of her career accompanied by sponsors, friends and family,” according to the statement.

Ochoa has won 27 tournaments since 2003.

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