PITTSFORD -- Yani Tseng's title defense at the Wegmans LPGA Championship did not go as planned.
Not even close.
The world's No. 1 player was finishing her round as the leaders were starting today at Locust Hill Country Club, a much different position than the one she found herself in last year, when she dominated the field for a 10-shot victory.
She finished at 19 under in 2011, an astounding 32 shots better than the 13 over she shot this year. Tseng concluded a miserable week with a 4-over 76 today.
"It's hard to get your confidence back when you lose it," she told the Golf Channel after her round. "My confidence is at zero right now."