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Symetra Tour rookie Eun Jeong Seong wins Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic

It took 76 holes, but Eun Jeong Seong (Yongin, Republic of Korea) eventually walked away the victor at the fourth annual Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic for the Symetra Tour rookie’s first professional win.

Seong and Stephanie Meadow (Jordanstown, Northern Ireland) were tied atop the leaderboard at 12-under par following the conclusion of 72 holes. They proceeded to play the par-3 18th in a sudden-death playoff format until a winner was decided.


Swede success for Jenny Haglund in Morocco

Sweden’s Jenny Haglund made a birdie on the second play-off hole to claim her first Ladies European Tour title at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Rabat, Morocco.

Haglund shared a three-way tie for the 72-hole lead with overnight co-leader Sarah Kemp and the 2017 event champion Klara Spilkova on three-under-par 285, after firing rounds of 75, 72, 68 and 70 over the Blue Course at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam.


Pernilla Lindberg sees off Inbee Park on 8th Playoff Hole for career defining win

It took her 193 starts on the LPGA and then eight playoff holes, but Sweden’s Pernilla Lindberg broke through on Monday morning at the ANA Inspiration to claim her first LPGA victory. She dropped a brilliant 30-foot birdie putt on the fourth playoff hole of the morning to stamp her long awaited signature LPGA moment.

“I just know I’m a grinder and I just felt this was mine and I’m going to do this,” said Lindberg immediately after the win. “I couldn’t believe that last one went in and Inbee didn’t hole hers and it’s mine.


Salas, Ji and Kim tied for the lead at Kia Classic

American Lizette Salas sits in a tie with Korean players Eun-Hee Ji and In-Kyung Kim at 11-under par through 54 holes at the Kia Classic. Ji and Salas make up the final grouping of the day at 1:45 p.m., while Kim will play in front of them at 1:35 p.m. alongside Chinese Taipei’s Wei-Ling Hsu (-10).

Ji shot a 5-under par 67 to climb up the leaderboard - the 2009 U.S. Women’s Open champion will be aiming for her fourth career LPGA victory and first since the 2017 Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship.


Hat-trick Hero Buhai Signs off in Grand Style

Ashleigh Buhai wrote her name in the record books of the Investec South African Women’s Open once again, thanks to a two-stroke victory at Westlake Golf Club in Cape Town.

The only amateur to win the national championship, twice – and the youngest to boot - fired a flawless final round 67 to realise a dream she’s had since she joined the pro ranks in 2007.


Michelle Wie wins HSBC Women’s World Championship

What started as a pursuit of history ended up as a finish for the history books. Nelly Korda made a valiant effort to join her sister Jessica Korda in becoming only the second siblings to win on the LPGA but instead Michelle Wie singed the Sentosa Golf Club Tanjong Course in Singapore with a closing-round 65 on Sunday to win the HSBC Women’s World Championship by one stroke over Korda, Danielle Kang, Brooke Henderson and Jenny Shin.

Wie, playing a hole in front of Korda, Kang and Henderson and a hole behind Shin, stroked a 35-foot birdie putt from the fringe that caught the low lip and curled in to get her fifth LPGA victory and first since the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open, 1,365 days ago. Kang’s 20-footer to tie Wie missed then Korda left an 8-footer a tad low, giving Wie a win for which she had waited a long time.


Meghan MacLaren wins NSW Open

England’s Meghan MacLaren held her overnight lead to win the Women’s New South Wales Open and claim her first Ladies European Tour title in Australia. MacLaren, 23, from Northamptonshire, carded a level par final round in hot and humid conditions to finish on 10-under-par at Coffs Harbour Golf Club.

LET rookies Casey Danielson from the United States and Marita Engzelius from Norway ended two back alongside Silvia Bañon from Spain.


Meghan MacLaren Leads NSW Open

England’s Meghan MacLaren fired her best score on the Ladies European Tour – a six-under-par 65 – to move to 10-under-par and take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the Women’s New South Wales Open in Australia.

The 23-year-old from Rushton in Northamptonshire carded eight birdies and two bogeys in fine conditions on day three at Coffs Harbour Golf Club.


Dreher and Park share halfway lead at Women’s NSW Open

New South Wales amateur Jihye Park and Justine Dreher of France moved into a share of the halfway lead on day two of the Women’s NSW Open in Australia. Park, 17, from Sydney, shot a bogey free seven-under-par 64 while Dreher carded a 69 in benign conditions at Coffs Harbour Golf Club.

At six-under-par, the pair sit a stroke ahead of French rookie Manon Mollé, Norwegian LET rookie Marita Engzelius and LPGA player Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras of Thailand.


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