GOLF Annika Sorenstam returned to Sunningdale today fully aware that if she scored anything worse than a 71 it might be her last round in the majors.A level-par opening 72 at the Ricoh Women’s British Open yesterday left the 37-year-old Swede in a share of 66th place – and only the leading 65 and ties tonight go through to the final 36 holes.The round put her seven shots off the lead held by American Juli Inkster.
Duo fail to make cut
GOLF Longley Park’s John Ambler and David Astin, from Woodsome Hall, missed the halfway cut in the £78,000 Glenmuir PGA Professional championship at Moortown.Both ended on 152, four strokes over the cut off mark of 148, six over par, after 36 holes. Astin shot 74 78 and Ambler carded 77 75. Forest Park’s Dan Greenwood, from Clayton West, qualified on 144 and Cleckheaton’s Warren Lockett, from Huddersfield, made it with rounds of 74 71.
Drugs a big concern
OLYMPICS Britain’s anti-doping chief Andy Parkinson is “massively concerned” that the rewards on offer at the London 2012 Olympics will tempt home athletes to take performance-enhancing drugs.