And the’ Minji Lee new hero US Women’s Open ($10 million prize pool). The Australian completes the work by managing the clear advantage gained during the third round and won her second professional championship after the 2021 Evian Championship. -13 (271 shots).
A tough day for everyone, with very high scores and a few jerks in the rankings. America’s second place Mina HarrigayWhich ends Super Week at -9. He completed the podium with a score of -7 South Korea Hye Jin Choi, which mocked fellow countryman Jin Hyung Koo one shot. New Zealand’s Lydia Koo ranked fifth and fifth, while Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist and England’s Bronte Low ranked sixth.
On Course 71 of the Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in South Pines (North Carolina, United States United) finished the top ten in eighth place with a score of -2 from Ireland’s Leona Maguire, Americans Nelly Korda and Megan Khang. It crumbles at best, but it’s a pretty good 11th, Ingrid Lindblad. The young Swedish, non-professional, turns at +5 to close the event at -1 at Thai Moriya Jutanugarn and China’s Xiyu Lin.
For Minji Lee, 26, of Perth, success in North Carolina is the eleventh of her illustrious career. The world number one’s anticipation of her second seasonal success further testifies to her leadership in the rankings.
Photo: La Presse
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