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Ohio native Stacy Lewis wins LPGA event in Singapore

Stacy Lewis (photo by Wojciech Migda via wikipedia commons)

American Stacy Lewis won the HSBC Women’s Champions Tournament in Singapore, for her sixth career LPGA title.

Born in Toledo, Ohio and a product of the University of Arkansas, Lewis overcame two bogeys and some erractic putting on the back nine to hold off South Korea’s Na Yeon Choi by one shot.

The 28-year-old Lewis turned pro in 2008.


Info compiled from LPGA Tour

Stanford wins LPGA Tour event in Singapore


Angela Stanford with USA Solheim Cup Team in 2009 (photo by Wojciech Migda via wikipedia commons)

American Angela Stanford is the winner of the 2012 HSBC Women’s Champions Tournament in Singapore, with a par on the third playoff hole.

The TCU grad from Texas, defeated South Koreans Jenny Shin and Na Yeon Choi and China’s Shanshan Feng.

All four women finished tied at 10-under 278.

Stanford is 34 years and now has 6 wins as a pro golfer.


Singapore port (photo by Kroisenbrunner via wikipedia commons)

Vettel closing in on Formula One title


Sebastian Vettel at 2010 Japanese Grand Prix (photo by Morio via wikipedia commons)

24-year-old German-born Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel won the Italian Grand Prix in Monza from the pole position, holding a tough challenge from defending champion Fernando Alonso.

Vettel’s eighth victory of the year gives the Red Bull driver a chance to clinch his second Formula One title in the next race in Singapore later in September.

Vettel won the 53-lap race in 1 hour, 20 minutes, 46.172 seconds.

It was his 18th career win and second at Monza.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Racing news

Miyazato wins Mexico tournament; Ochoa finishes 6th in farewell event

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA info

Ai Miyazato won her third LPGA Tour title of the 2010 season in Morelia, Mexico. She was fine until she started talking to about her friend, Lorena Ochoa.

Miyazato shot a 6-under par 67 on Sunday to win the Tres Marias championship, but was basically overshadowed by Ochoa’s last round before going into retirement to raise a family and focus on her charity foundation.

During the trophy ceremony on the 18th green, Miyazato broke down crying  as she thanked Ochoa for what she did for the LPGA Tour and here country, Mexico. Ochoa choose Ai Miyazato as her playing partner for the first two rounds.

Ai Miyazato (LPGA)

Miyazato, the 24-year-old Japanese star who swept the season-opening events in Thailand and Singapore after winning the Evian Masters in 2009 in France for her first LPGA Tour title, finished at 19-under par 273.

Stacy Lewis (66) was a stroke back, and Michelle Wie (68) was third at 17 under. Ochoa, the tournament winner three of the last four years, shot a 71 to finish sixth at 12 under.

The 28-year-old Ochoa has held the number 1 ranking since April 2007. LPGA staff members have said that she will relinquish it on Monday, with Jiyai Shin taking over. Shin won in Japan on Sunday. Ochoa will drop to number 2 and Miyazato moving up to number 3.