Park Sung-hyun wins US Women's Open by two strokes

Park Sung-hyun wins US Women's Open by two strokes

Park Sung-hyun wins US Women's Open by two strokes

Park finished at 11-under for the tournament after coming out on top of a final round battle with compatriot Choi Hye-jin and China's Feng Shanshan. Park made birdie at the 12th to make it a three-way tie for the lead.

Park, 23, birdied the 15th to move into a tie for the lead and opened up a two shot lead with another birdie at the 17th after 17-year old amateur Choi had found water on the short 16th.

That left Feng needing an eagle at the last to force a play-off, but her triple bogey sent her tumbling down the leaderboard.

"To be honest with you, I still can not believe that this is actually happening", Park, an LPGA Tour rookie who has won 10 times on the KLPGA Tour.

"All I tried to do all four days was actually trying to enjoy the process and then focus on every shot, and give 100 percent on every shot", said Feng, who managed just one birdie each of the final two days.

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Saturday at the US Women's Open was all about defence. Third-round leader Patrick Rodgers shot 70 to finish second. "But the big issue was 17, hitting a awful shot there and then missing for bogey".

She timed her run better this time, carding 73 and 70 in the first two rounds and began the final day three strokes back before posting her second successive 67.

Garnett, 33, who played on the big tour in 2015, posted a final round of 6-under 65 to win by a shot over Mexico's Abraham Anser, Arkansas' Austin Cook and third-round leader Rob Oppenheim, whose chip to force a playoff on the 18th hole lipped out. 2, 5 and 8, then added three more on Nos. "That's how it probably came and I'm happy for it". "I just - I wanted to bring out my "A" game". "If Plan A doesn't work I'll go to Plan B", Feng said of her final round.

"I think one of the most hard things is to stay focused and keep that concentration level up because I know firsthand that once you lose it, your play is going to just go sideways".

Birdies at the sixth, 11th and 12th, alongside a solitary bogey on the 10th, saw Feng reach eight under par at Trump National in Bedminster.

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That put the Olympic bronze medal victor two clear of Korean trio Hye Jin Choi (69), Jeongeun Lee (69) and Amy Yang (71). "But I had to refocus back for the two remaining holes". "I am not really focusing on the prize money for now".

Feng lost her hold in the lead for the first time when she bogeyed the sixth hole, but she was 1 under for the rest of her round until she misfired at the finish.

Park secured the title at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, on Sunday with a three-round total of eleven-under 277. She signed for a 3-over par 75.

World number one Ryu So-yeon (70) and Hur Mi-jung (68) were tied for third at seven under.

Park showed her championship mettle at the 72nd hole.

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McCarron finished 18 under to beat Langer and Brandt Jobe by one shot.

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