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Sorenstam may take on a PGA Tour event

Annika Sorenstam says she would accept an invitation to play in a PGA Tour event.

The Swede dominated the women’s tour in 2002 and she believes that she can match it with the men’s best.

Speaking at a sponsor’s lunch at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge, Sorenstam believes the experience could only help her game.

"If I got an invite, I would say, 'Yes,' in a heartbeat," the world no.1 said.

"It's a great challenge. It's not something I want to do regularly. But it would be a great learning experience."

Sorenstam won 13 events in 2002, breaking numerous records along the way. However, she may be beaten to the punch in regards to playing in a PGA Tour event.

Suzy Whaley, a club professional from Connecticut, qualified for the Greater Hartford Open to be held in July.

 

 

 

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