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Korean Kim holds on to win Women's British Open

Finally, she will be able to decision herself a serious champion.

Staked to a six-shot lead within the Women's British Open, Kim ne'er semiconductor diode anyone catch up with than 2 shots at Kingsbarns Links and sealed finish with a daring hybrid over the burn to the seventeenth inexperienced. She created 9 pars on the rear 9 and closed with a 1-under seventy one for a two-shot finish.

"I cannot describe my feelings," Kim said. "I simply tried to own some fun, however it wasn't fun on the rear 9."

Jodi Ewart Shadoff created her work for it by charging home with a sixty four to place pressure on the 29-year-old South Korean. Kim did not falter over Associate in Nursing more and more soggy course, however. She finished at 18-under 270 to capture the $487,500 prize.

Michelle Wie went go into thirty to provide Kim one thing to have faith in, however the 27-year-old from Hawaii stalled and closed with a sixty six to tie for third with King of Great Britain Masson (67) and Georgia Hall (70).

Kim currently has won thrice, the foremost by anyone on the LPGA Tour this year, tired the last 2 months.

But this was the most important out and away.

She was no over fourteen inches off from winning the 2012 wrapping paper Nabisco Championship for her initial major once she clasped her fork out her mouth in disbelief once it spun out of the opening. She lost in a very competition, and it had been a troublesome memory to shake.



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