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Golf Australia Express : Issue 14
FAST-FINISHING Jimin Kang stormed home at the inaugural event, defeating American veteran Juli Inkster by one- shot. The then 30-year-old Kang shot a thrilling final round 6-under 65, which included three birdies in the last four holes. It was a dominant display by the Korean who calmly rolled in a 12-foot downhill putt at the last to claim her second LPGA title. WORLD NO. 1 Yani Tseng is going to be hard to stop this week. The 22-year-old heads to the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club an outright favourite—and it’s little wonder why. This season she’s notched up six LPGA Tour wins as part of nine international victories. Her win at the Women’s British Open in July made her the youngest golfer—male or female—to win five majors. She hasn’t won for almost a week, which as far as we can tell means she’s due. AMERICANS CRISTIE Kerr, Michelle Wie and Paula Creamer will be looking for strong finishes in Malaysia to soothe the pain of the recent Solheim Cup loss to Europe. The trio failed to score a single point in their final day singles matches. Kerr pulled out due to injury, Wie was overrun by Suzann Pettersen and Creamer experienced her first Solheim singles defeat. Kerr and Wie took part in last year’s Sime Darby finishing 8th and 32nd respectively, while this year will be Creamer’s first time. October 13-16, 2011 Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club, Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA Purse: $1,900,000 Defending Champ: Jimin Kang (KOR) MALAYSIAN DARBY LAST TIME WHO TO WATCH YANI TSENG (TWN) THE YANKEE TRIO PEEK THE What’s happening on the LPGA Tour this week