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Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation

The Mission of the Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation is to provide opportunity for children and adults with family based health, education and inclusion programs delivered through family golf activities.

About Lorena Ochoa

Legendary golfer and cultural icon Lorena Ochoa is beginning the next chapter of her life. Lorena is one of those rare and special people who transcend her reach as a sport star and influences lives and culture as a humanitarian icon. Lorena Ochoa was born in Guadalajara, México in 1981. She started playing golf at the age of five, won her first state event at the age of six and her first national event when she was seven. She won five consecutive titles at the Junior World Golf Championships and competed in more than 60 tournaments throughout Mexico as a child.

Lorena with childrenIn 2000 Lorena enrolled at the University of Arizona. She won the NCAA Player of the Year Award in 2001 and 2002. She set an NCAA record with seven consecutive wins in her first seven events and set and the NCAA single-season scoring average record. Mexican President Vicente Fox awarded Ochoa with the National Sports Award in 2001. Ochoa is the youngest recipient of the award in its history and the only golfer to receive it. Lorena won 27 LPGA tournaments including two majors during her LPGA career. In 2008 Forbes recognized her in the top 100 list of Most Influential People on Earth and TIME Magazine also listed her in the top 100 Most Important People on Earth. She has been named Best Athlete, Player of the Year and Woman of the Year by organizations such as Fox Sports, EFE, Glamour Magazine, The Associated Press and ESPYS.

Lornea with children from her golf foundationLorena also competed in track, tennis, basketball and swimming events when she was younger and has climbed two mountains in her lifetime. Lorena was the Rolex #1 Player in the World for three consecutive years and was the Rolex Player of the Year for four consecutive years when she retired from fulltime competitive golf in 2010.

Her fulltime LPGA career behind her, Lorena is taking on her next mission; The Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation. Lorena believes her spectacular accomplishments and, even more important, her health and happiness are a direct result of having a full and balanced childhood. Through the Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation (LOGF) Lorena will share the life lessons of health, education and family values she learned as a young girl growing up in Guadalajara, Mexico.

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