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Price not keen on Sorenstam at Colonial

Nick Price is the defending champion at the Colonial. Not that anyone will care much when the tournament rolls around.

Price is one of the few players on the PGA Tour who isn't shy about voicing a strong opinion on Annika Sorenstam's plans to challenge the men in May.

''It's not right,'' Price said. ''What more can I say?''

Normally, when a player returns to the tournament he won the year before, he is peppered with questions about how it felt and what he can do to go for a repeat.

Price needn't worry about that. Two months before the tournament, the 46-year-old from Zimbabwe is already fielding questions about how it's going to feel to be in the field with Sorenstam, who accepted an invitation to play against the men.

''It reeks of, how can I say it, trying to find publicity,'' Price said. ''What's she trying to prove? If she plays well, she plays well. What's that going to prove? It's a tournament I'm defending, and I've just got to go in and answer questions about it. It's so irritating.''


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