STATELINE, Nev. -- Don't call it a comeback -- because it's not.
Annika Sorenstam might be coming out of retirement to play in the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship this week in South Lake Tahoe but that doesn't mean she's planning on testing the waters of competitive golf in order to launch a comeback on the LPGA Tour. But the best woman to ever play the game is ready to dust her clubs off to do what she has always done best: Compete.
"Certainly it's not going to change my mind and sign up for an LPGA event next week if that's what you were thinking," Sorenstam said Thursday, following a practice round at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course. "I think once you're a competitor, you're always a competitor. Growing up I was competitive in cards and downhill skiing, I competed in tennis for years. Yes, I'm extremely competitive."
Sorenstam's life today looks far different than it did back in the days when she was dominating the LPGA Tour. She runs multiple businesses, balancing the d...