Tseng, Webb playing for titles not money


PHOENIX (AP) -- Top-ranked Yani Tseng and defending champion Karrie Webb are too busy trying to win tournaments to get caught up in actually getting paid in the LPGA Founders Cup.

Last year in the inaugural RR Donnelley-sponsored event, the players competed for a mock purse and charity donations. This year, the winner will receive $225,000 in real money from the $1.5 million purse.

Tseng said: "It's not about money, it's about the title."

Webb agreed, saying: "I don't know for me if it has a different feel. The only difference is that there isn't any negative questions being asked about such a great concept."

Play begins Thursday at Wildfire Golf Club.