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Lorena Ochoa will go for her third straight victory at the Phoenix stop on the LPGA Tour. She'll have to do it on a different course.

The tournament, part of the tour for 30 years, lost its sponsor and its home course after last year. The LPGA stepped in to keep the event alive, moving it from the Superstition Mountain Golf Club east of Phoenix to the city's Papago Golf Course, where the J Golf Phoenix LPGA International begins a four-day run on Thursday.

"It feels a little bit different," Ochoa said. "You picture yourself one way, at one golf course and this is really a new place for all of us."

Papago is a 6,711-yard, par-72 public course that was recently renovated. In fact, the new clubhouse has yet to be built, leaving the event to operate in a series of tents and trailers in the shadow of Papago Peak.

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