Tseng fell short in her bid for two-consecutive victories to open the LPGA season

Yani Tseng fell short in her bid for two-consecutive victories to open the LPGA season and five consecutive wins worldwide in 2011. She made a front-nine move, turning at 5-under-par 31 for the day to move within one shot of the lead, but faltered with bogies at holes 10 and 13. Tseng rebounded with birdies at 13 and 16, but fell three strokes shy of Karrie Webb at 10-under-par 272. With her finish, Tseng is projected to retain the No. 1 position in the Rolex Rankings when they are released on Monday, Feb. 28.

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