Kim wins in China
South Korea's Kim Sei-young sunk a six-foot birdie putt on the par five 18th to win the Blue Bay LPGA in China by one stroke on Sunday.
This was the 22-year-old's third win on the tour in her first season; she shot final round a 2-under 70 for a 2-under 286 total.
Third-ranked American Stacy Lewis, countryman Kim Kaufman and Taiwan's Candie Kung all finished a stroke back.
In her sixth runner-up finish of the season, Lewis finished with a 70.
Kim started the day as co-leader with Kung at even par, she started the first hole with a birdie and bogeyed the next hole.
The next 10 holes were parred before she picked up a birdie on the par four 13th.
Lewis, who was leading by two, three-putted for bogey to allow Kim to pull into a tie.
Kim birdied the next hole to go one ahead but then on the 17th she dropped a shot to be in a three-way tie for the lead.
On the 18th, Kim, Kung and Lewis reached the green in three and after the other two missed their birdie attempts, Kim made her six-foot putt to win the tournament by one shot.
1 Kim, Sei Young (70, 72, 74, 70) 286 (2-Under)
T2 Kaufman, Kim (72, 72, 74, 69) 287
T2 Kung, Candie (71, 72, 73, 71) 287
T2 Lewis, Stacy (71, 73, 73, 70) 287
T5 Gal, Sandra (73, 73, 74, 71) 291
T5 Lin, Xi Yu (67, 77, 75, 72) 291
T5 Sharp, Alena (74, 70, 74, 73) 291
T8 Jutanugarn, Ariya (74, 73, 75 70) 292
T8 Ko, Lydia (77, 75, 70, 70) 292
T8 Lee, Il Hee (72, 75, 74, 71) 292
T8 Park, Jane (70, 74, 77, 71) 292
T8 Pettersen, Suzann (74, 69, 75 74) 292
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