11 Wins in the first 14 tournaments by the trio of Lorena Ochoa (six), Annika Sorenstam (three) and Paula Creamer (two).
$4,026,005 Money won by Ochoa, Sorenstam and Creamer, which is 6% of the LPGA's total purse this year.
2 Consecutive majors won by Ochoa.
68.56 Ochoa's scoring average, which along with eight top 10s in nine starts makes her our player of the half year.
2 First-time winners, Louise Friberg and Leta Lindley.
6 Career wins for the 21-year-old Creamer, which is six more than either Ochoa or Sorenstam had at the same age.
72 LPGA wins for Sorenstam, 16 behind Kathy Whitworth's alltime record 88.
24 Length in feet of Sorenstam's clinching putt at the SBS Open, securing her first win since 2006 and announcing that she had fully recovered from the neck injury that squelched her 2007.
1 Retirement announcement by Sorenstam, a blow that qualifies as the LPGA's shot of the half year.