Lorena Ochoa

Ochoa has eye on pro-am, some 2015 play

Lorena Ochoa is gearing up to participate in this year’s pro-am at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico City -- with a goal to compete in her own event in 2015 and "a few" events in the United States.

Lorena Ochoa Invitational won’t be televised in 2013

The Lorena Ochoa Invitational will not be televised, the LPGA announced, after the Jalisco state government withdrew its financial support for the this week's tournament.

Lorena Ochoa making limited return to golf

Former No. 1 player Lorena Ochoa is making a limited return to golf and will play in October at the French Open on the Ladies European Tour.

Ochoa gives birth to baby boy in Mexico City

Former top-ranked golfer Lorena Ochoa has given birth to a baby boy.

Ochoa enjoying the home crowd in Guadalajara

Lorena Ochoa stood on the second tee box and rested her chin ever so briefly on the shoulder of her caddie. In the fairway, she gave him a love pat as they discussed her options for the approach.

Pro-am partners Ochoa, Norman talk Olympics

Greg Norman’s pro-am round with Lorena Ochoa was as much about getting a feel for how the other views a golf course as it was about birdies. The pair finished third, by the way, two strokes behind Candie Kung’s group (55).

Back home in Mexico, Ochoa embraces her new life

Newlywed Lorena Ochoa will have her husband and a new perspective inside the ropes this week in Mexico. Beth Ann Baldry reports.

Ochoa, husband take to course in Mexico

Newlywed Lorena Ochoa will have her husband and a new perspective inside the ropes this week in Mexico. Beth Ann Baldry reports.

Ochoa tops Montgomerie in pro-celebrity event

Lorena Ochoa came out of retirement and made $1.28 million with her two-shot victory Sunday over Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie in the pro-celebrity Star Trophy at Mission Hills.

Norman-Ochoa bidding for Olympic design project

Greg Norman and Lorena Ochoa announced a design partnership with hopes of building the Olympic golf course for the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Ochoa enjoying perks of retirement

Lorena Ochoa doesn’t want a big deal made over her recent dance lessons. She won’t be dazzling us with her merengue moves on “Dancing with the Stars” any time soon.

Annika, Ochoa to tee it up Tuesday in N.Y.

The third annual challenge will be staged Tuesday at the Oneidas’ Atunyote Golf Club, home of the Turning Stone Resort Championship on the PGA Tour. It will be a mixed-team skins match with a purse of $400,000, and as usual it has a star-studded field: former LPGA superstars Annika Sorenstam and Lorena Ochoa.

Top 10 women’s players of past 10 years

After 10 weeks of counting down the Top 10 Women’s Players of the Past 10 Years, we've come to No 1. Was there any doubt is was going to be Arizona’s Lorena Ochoa?

Looks of the week: Lorena was lovely

In her last LPGA tournament as an active member of the tour, Lorena Ochoa went out in style.

Mexico and all of LPGA embraces Ochoa

The scene around the 18th at Tres Marias – aka Ochoa Stadium – was the kind that lodges a lump in the throats of grown men.

Complete Ochoa retirement coverage

Golfweek.com brings you up-to-the-minute news on Lorena Ochoa’s retirement. Senior writer Beth Ann Baldry will be at Ochoa’s press conference in Mexico City on Friday and will continue to follow this story.

Shin overtakes Ochoa as World No. 1

Jiyai Shin shot 66 on Sunday in Japan to win the Cyber Agent Ladies Golf Tournament by two strokes.

Wie, Ochoa playing in anonymity this week

If Michelle Wie leads in Mexico and Tiger misses the cut, does anyone see the LPGA? The answer is no, because unless you live in Mexico, this tournament isn’t on TV. And there’s only one American journalist on sight (yours truly). Hola.

Ochoa’s No. 1 ranking isn’t exactly safe

There's certainly a chance that Lorena Ochoa might not finish her career ranked No. 1. LPGA officials ran the numbers Thursday night after play was completed and came up with several scenarios. The Morelia field weakened after 10th-ranked Angela Stanford withdrew Thursday afternoon.

Could Lorena retire as No. 2?

Lorena Ochoa would love nothing more than to retire on top of the world. But her good friend Ai Miyazato, who shot a course-record 10-under 63 Thursday, could spoil the party. Stay tuned, writes Beth Ann Baldry.