Lorena Ochoa has no regrets about leaving the LPGA Tour to devote all of her time to her family and foundation.
"I wouldn't change this for anything," Ochoa said Wednesday. "I'm happy with what I'm doing. I don't see myself again on the LPGA Tour. ... I'm happy having a son, and hopefully our family will grow next year."
The Mexican star won 27 tour titles before retiring at age 28 in 2010. She is back this week to play in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational after missing the event last year before the birth of son Pedro in December.
"I'm very happy to be playing," said Ochoa, set to open tournament play Thursday at Guadalajara Country Club. "I'm excited for tomorrow."
Even though his 20 career wins make him a lifetime member on the PGA Tour, Love still has an amazing streak on the line. His tie for fourth at the McGladrey Classic last month moved him up to No. 98 on the 2012 tour money list with $973,707.
That gives Love a distinction that not even Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus or Tiger Woods can claim. He has never finished out of the top 125 on the money list, a streak that dates to his rookie season in 1986.
"It just means you're getting older," Love, 48, said.