That putt capped an 11-birdie day for the sisters and a week that left everyone overjoyed. Midland, Mich., and Midland Country Club could not have been more accommodating.
Jin Young Ko wanted a new trophy for her new house in Texas, and she even picked up something for the closet.
Brooke Henderson was 16 shots back in a tie for 21st; Alena Sharpe was another stroke behind and T25.
The 22-year-old American, ranked No. 4 in the world, won her fifth tour title. She rebounded after missing the cut two weeks ago in the U.S. Women’s Open.
A temporary delay in Brittany’s work visa application is preventing her from crossing the border to work in the United States.
This week the Round Table discusses Jon Rahm’s bizarre withdrawal at Memorial; Lexi Thompson’s meltdown in the U.S. Open and host courses for the LPGA.
All players are prone to bad rounds, stumbles and missed opportunities but it really hurts when the spotlight is on and expectations are highest.
“I believe passionately that sports have the power to change the world. And in this moment in time, I believe the LPGA has an incredible opportunity to use our platform for positive change.
Her final round 67 was good enough for a one-shot victory over Jessica Korda who had led the tournament since the opening round.