Thompson wins at Incheon
American golfer Lexi Thompson posted a final round three-under par 69 to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship in Incheon, South Korea on Sunday.
Thompson’s 15-under par for the tournament was one stroke ahead of South Korean Sung Hyun Park and Taiwan’s Yani Tseng.
Tseng shot a final round 68 for her third top-five finish in her last four starts while Park shot a disappointing final round 71.
Amy Yang tied the course record with a final round 62, birding every hole on the back nine to climb to 13-under par to finish tied in fourth place with Gerina Piller and Lydia Ko.
Ko struggled to an even-par, 72, to finish two back of the lead as she struggled with her putting.
Suzann Pettersen and Shanshan Feng posted final rounds of 3-under par, 69 to finish T-7.
1. Lexi Thompson -15 (273)
T2. Yani Tseng -14
T2. Sung Hyun Park -14
T4. Amy Yang -13
T4. Gerina Piller -13
T4. Lydia Ko -13
T7. Suzann Pettersen -12
T7. Shanshan Feng -12
T9. Mika Miyazato -10
T9. Brittany Lincicome -10
T9. Chella Choi -10
T9. Mi Hyang Lee -10
T9. Yoon-Ji Cho -10
T9. Mirim Lee -10
T15. Lee-Anne Pace -8
T15. Sei Young Kim -8
T15. Inbee Park -8
T15. Brittany Lang -8
T15. In Gee Chun -8
T15. Pernilla Lindberg -8
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