28 Aug '11, 10pm
Steinhauer's career comes full circle and retires in Canada
Coming full circle Steinhauer ends stellar career with emotional day in Canada BY NEAL REID Sherri Steinhauer passes a torch to Vicky Hurst to symolize one generation stepping aside to put the spotlight on the young stars on the LPGA Tour. It had been a long time since Sherri Steinhauer was nervous on a golf course. But the 26-year veteran admittedly had butterflies as she stood over a five-foot putt on the 18th hole of the Hillsdale Golf and Country Club Friday. After a first-round 79, Steinhauer was going to miss the 36-hole cut at the CN Canadian Women’s Open in Quebec, but her putt carried a special significance and importance. It was, after all, to be the last putt of her illustrious career, and Steinhauer needed a par to finish her final LPGA round under par. With her family and friends, a group of Tour players and caddies and fans looking on, Steinhauer sank the put...