I saw this last week on the news and am a bit surprised really. This points out one of the most significant differences faced by the LPGA when compared to the PGA; considering family obligations. This is clearly a moment when Lorena is thinking about a family, and having recently married, she wants to concentrate on this new aspect of her life.
On the other side, we rarely, if ever, see a male counterpart stepping away from the tour for the family. And by stepping away I mean literally giving up tour play.
I wish her the best, because Lorena has been a great ambasador to ladies golf. Hope to see her back as she is able.