KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii -- Karrie Webb worked a little overtime for her fourth victory in four 2000 starts.
The 25-year-old Australian star won the Takefuji Classic on Saturday, beating Sweden's Annika Sorenstam with a 10-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a playoff. Sorenstam missed an 11-foot birdie putt in the playoff.
Webb made a 4-foot birdie putt on the final hole of regulation, while Sorenstam just missed a birdie try that would have given her a spot in the LPGA Hall of Fame.
Webb finished with a 3-under-par 69 and Sorenstam closed with a 70 for 9-under 207 totals on the Kona Country Club course. Sorenstam had only one bogey in the round, three-putting from 7 feet on the 490-yard sixth hole.
Webb, who earned $120,000 to push her tour-leading total to $325,000, won The Office Depot in January in Florida and the Australian Ladies Masters last week in her only other LPGA starts. She also won the Australian Women's Open two weeks ago.
She has 19 official LPGA victories in only five seasons, including six last year when she set records with $1,591,959 in earnings and a 69.43 stroke average. She also won the LPGA's 1995 Women's British Open before gaining tour membership.
Scotland's Janice Moodie, who started the final round in second place, shot a 71 to finish third at 8-under 208. Sally Dee closed with a 67 to finish fourth at 6-under 210.