Brooke Henderson, looking for her second major in a row, tied for 7th, five shots back of the leaders.
Ayaka Furue of Japan ran off six straight birdies in the middle of her round and rallied from a four-shot deficit with a 10-under 62 to win the Women’s Scottish Open on Sunday for her first LPGA Tour title.
This week we ask the panel if Brooke is the best Canadian golfer ever; what they think of the plan for a new Golf Canada HQ; and should LIV golfers be on the Ryder Cup teams.
“To be sitting here a two-time major championship is just an unreal feeling,”
In Gee Chun rallied after losing the rest of her once-sizeable lead, overcoming a bogey-filled front nine to win the Women’s PGA Championship on Sunday when Lexi Thompson faltered with her putter.
“I thought to myself this morning that I should call (my dad), but I kept telling myself, ‘No, like we’ll call him after the round with the trophy in our hand’ and I’m excited I can do that now.”
This week the panel weighs in on the RBC Canadian Open, the evolving LIV Golf saga, Brooke Hendersons 11th LPGA win and who will win the U.S. Open
“I actually thought I was too far back coming into today, and I just tried to go as low as I could and see what happened and here we are,” said Henderson,
Minjee Lee won the U.S. Women’s Open by four strokes over Mina Harigae at Pine Needles on Sunday to earn $1.8 million, the largest payout in the history of women’s golf.