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Tseng wins LPGA tourney in front of home fans

 

Yani Tseng with 2011 Women's British Open Trophy (photo by Wmigda via wikipedia commons)

22-year-old Taiwanese golf star Yani Tseng won the LPGA Taiwan Championship on Sunday in Yangmei, her 10th worldwide victory of 2011 and third in front of her home fans.

She closed with a 6-under 66 to finish the tournament at 16 under for a five-stroke win over South Korea’s Amy Yang and Azahara Munoz of Spain.

 

Info compiled from LPGA news

Tseng edges Yang to defend NW Arkansas title

 

Yani Tseng at 2011 Women's British Open (photo by Wmigda via wikipedia commons)

The world’s number-1 golfer, Yani Tseng, successfully defended her title of the LPGA Tour’s NW Arkansas Championship.

The Taiwanese golfer beat Amy Yang with a 4-foot birdie putt on the first hole of the playoff.

Yang missed a 6-foot birdie try before Tseng holed the winning putt on the par-5 18th green.

The tournament was played at the Pinnacle Country Club course in Rogers, Arkansas.

Tseng and Yang both closed with 3-under-par 68′s to finish at 12-under 201.

Finishing third in the tourney was Ai Miyazato with a 66 in the final round and 11 under for the week.

The 22-year-old Tseng has 18 pro wins since joining the women’s tour in 2007.

Info courtesy of LPGA Tour

Thompson, Kim share lead at Avnet Classic

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Alexis Thompson and Song-Hee Kim share the lead after three rounds of the Avnet LPGA Classic.

The 16-year-old Thompson fired a 5-under-par 67 at the Mobile, Alabama tournament.

Thompson, who received a sponsor’s exemption for her first LPGA Tour event of the year, and Kim (70) are at 7-under-par. Amy Yang is one stroke back after a 72.

Sandra Gal, the second-round leader, is three back after shooting a 75.

 

compiled from LPGA news

Gal leads LPGA Classic after two rounds

 

Sandra Gal (file photo)

Sandra Gal, the Florida Gators former golf star, birdied five of the final eight holes for a 5-under 67 and a one stroke lead over Amy Yang in the Avnet LPGA Classic in Mobile, Alabama.

Gal, who is from Germany and won the Kia Classic in March in California for her first LPGA tour title, is at 7-under-par for the tournament.

Yang at 68, Stacy Lewis, the Kraft Nabisco winner three weeks ago, shot a 71, leaving her two strokes back at 5 under along with Karen Stupples (71) and Song-Hee Kim (72).

 

compiled from LPGA Tour news

Hjorth wins LPGA championship by one shot

Maria Hjorth (photo by Keith Allison via Wikipedia Commons)

Maria Hjorth won the LPGA Tour Championship, using a final-round par 72 to beat third-round leader Amy Yang (74) by one shot in Orlando, Florida.

The native of Sweden had three birdies and three bogeys at the Grand Cypress Golf Club.

Hjorth finished at 5-under-par 283, the highest-winning score relative to par all year except for Paula Creamer’s 3-under victory in the U.S. Open.

Yani Tseng, clinched LPGA player of the year despite finishing at 5 over.

compiled from LPGA news

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