Lorena Ochoa: A career snapshot

Lorena Ochoa hits her tee shot on the 13th hole during the first round of the LPGA Tour Championship.

Lorena Ochoa is expected to announce details on her retirement on Friday at a press conference in Mexico City. Here is a closer look at Ochoa’s career.

  • Age: 28
  • Hometown: Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Residence: Mexico City
  • Family: Married Andres Consesa, AeroMexico’s chief executive, in 2009
  • Turned pro: 2003
  • World ranking: 1
  • LPGA victories: 27
  • Majors: 2 (2007 Women’s British Open, ’08 Kraft Nabisco Championship)
  • Career earnings: $14,817,850 (third all-time)
  • Awards: Rolex Player of the Year (2006-09), Vare Trophy (2006-09), Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year (2003)
  • Amateur career: Won 12 tournaments in two years at the University of Arizona, including eight of 10 events entered as a sophomore. . . . 2001 and ’02 NCAA Player of the Year as a freshman. . . . 2003 Nancy Lopez Award winner as best female amateur.
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