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Life is like a long par-3 to Lorena Ochoa, the top-ranked women’s golfer. There are hazards galore, but all too soon the adventure will be over.

Ochoa, 28, has hinted that her competitive career may not extend much beyond 2012, her 10th year as a card-carrying member of the L.P.G.A. Tour, after which she will be eligible for induction into the Hall of Fame.

If that is true, Friday at the Kraft Nabisco Championship was a snapshot for the memory album. With a two-under-par 70 on the Dinah Shore course at Mission Hills Country Club, Ochoa moved into a tie for second at six-under 138 with Karen Stupples of Great Britain and the American Cristie Kerr, who recorded the low round of the day, a 67. Song-hee Kim is the leader at seven-under 137.

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