Annalin alone 4th place with 5 under par… The winner is Celine Boutier
Anna Lin (27) ranked 4th alone in the LPGA Tour Drive-On Championship (total prize money of $1.75 million).
Anna Lin took only 5 birdies without a bogey in the final day of the tournament held at the Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club (par 72, 6526 yards)스포츠토토 in Gold Canyon, Arizona, USA on the 27th (Korean time), and she scored 5 under par 67 strokes. hit After posting her final total of 18-under 270, Anna Lynn finished in her sole fourth place, her first top-5 finish of the season.
Annalin said after the game, “I just attacked the way I wanted to attack, and it seems to have worked out well. The putter also had the distance and direction as I thought, so I was able to make a good birdie.” “This feeling I had this week I think it instilled confidence in me. I will continue to build confidence and try to play well.”
Annalin, who entered the final round chasing leader Celine Boutier (France) by 3 strokes, made consecutive birdies in the first and second holes, raising expectations for a come-from-behind victory. Afterwards, after a boring par march, he tied for the lead with a birdie on the 10th hole (par 4) followed by consecutive birdies on the 13th and 14th holes.
Rookie Yoo Hae-ran (22), who entered the final round with a tie for second place by a stroke, struggled with her shot accuracy dropping as if the psychological burden of trying to win the debut match was high. In the end, he only reduced one stroke with two birdies and one bogey, and had to be content with a tie for 7th place with a final total of 16 under par 272 strokes. After the match, Yoo Hae-ran said, “I tried to enjoy it as much as I could, but the score was a bit disappointing, maybe I enjoyed it too much. Still, I think that I was able to play in the championship group before my debut. Based on this, I will show you a figure that can grow.”
Ko Jin-young (28), who won the HSBC Women’s World Championship held in Singapore three weeks ago for the first time in a year, cut 4 more strokes on the last day despite bad neck pain, finishing with a final total of 17 under par 271, tied for 5th place with Ally Ewing (USA). went up Ko Jin-young said, “Compared to last year, I’m playing the game so well now, but it seems to be a slight difference in concentration in the second half. think,” he said.
The victory went to Boutier. With a birdie on the last 18th hole (par 5), Bootier recorded a final total of 20 under par 268 strokes, leading the game to overtime, and took a 1.2m birdie on the first hole played at the same hole to beat Georgia Hall (England). Boutier won his third tour career and received $262,500 in prize money (approximately 340 million won).
Hall cut 7 strokes, the most among the players on the day, and finished the game with 20 under par first, and Boutier, who was running 2nd by a stroke, made an overtime with a birdie on the 18th hole.