The former World Number One went the whole of last year without winning, prompting fears that back and neck injuries would force the ten-time Major champion into retirement.
The Swede, who’s now 37, won the LPGA Open by a tournament record 19 under par on sunday, and has now won two titles in as many starts after taking the Stanford International Pro-Am two weeks ago.
”I feel great. The season has started very well,” Sorenstam said.
”It’s nice to be back playing some good golf. I feel like I’m in control of the golf ball again. It’s a nice feeling.”
”Getting back to number one is going to be very tough because Lorena Ochoa is playing so well. She won a lot of tournaments last year and has five this year.
”But I’m just enjoying winning again and I’ll just take each tournament as it comes,” Sorenstam said.