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Sorenstam misses cut for first time in 4 years
Annika Sorenstam failed to the make the cut in a golf tournament for the first time since 2002 Friday, shooting a 2-over-par 73 in the second round of the Michelob Ultra Open in Williamsburg, Va., on a course that has always frustrated her.
The women's top-ranked player had made 68 consecutive cuts before struggling for a second straight day.
Webb, the first-round leader, is at 8-under 134 after a 68 and leads Christie Kerr by one shot and Pat Hurst by two. Kerr shot a 66, and Hurst had her second consecutive 68.
Sorenstam had made 74 consecutive cuts before missing at the British Open in 2002.
Instead of becoming only the fourth player to shoot a 59 in a PGA Tour event, Aaron Oberholser missed a 15-foot birdie putt on his final hole and had to settle for a 10-under 60 and the Byron Nelson Championship tournament record in Irving, Texas.
After a first-round 74, Oberholser moved within four strokes of co-leaders Adam Scott and Brett Wetterich, both at 10-under 130 through two rounds.
Bobby Wadkins set a course record on the newest Champions Tour venue, shooting a 9-under 62 to grab the first-round lead in the Boeing Championship at Destin, Fla.
-- The Associated Press