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Golf Australia Express : Issue 24
YANITSENG’S game sucks. Or so she thought on Thursday. Fast- forward to Sunday and the world No.1 had completed a three-round hurricane of comebacks at the Honda LPGA Thailand to clinch yet another LPGA title. Finishing the event at 19-under the card, a first- round one-over 73 had the world No.1 sitting six shots behind the leader, and disgruntled with her performance. “My play sucks today,” Tseng said after the first round. “Hopefully the next three days I can make some more birdies.” She made more than “some”. In a three-round shootout with 2010 event winner Ai Miyazato and Jiyai Shin, Tseng made 20 birdies and two eagles to finish with rounds of 65, 65 and 66 a at Siam Country Club. The staggering return to form gave Tseng a remarkable one-shot victory, back-to-back Honda LPGA Thailand titles, her 13th LPGA victory and $225,000. Japan’s Miyazato—paired with Tseng in the final group—was also superb. The overnight leader shot a 4-under 68 including birdies on three of the final four holes. On an ordinary day, it would have won. But nothing’s ordinary when Tseng’s about, and Miyazato had to settle for outright second and $140,000. In third place was Korea’s Shin, who also played outstanding golf. The world No.7 came home with a flawless 5-under 67 and pocketed more than $102,000. OTG COMEBACK-TO-BACK FINAL STANDINGS 1 YANI TSENG TWN -19 $225,000 2 AI MIYAZATO JPN -18 $140,688 3 JIYAI SHIN KOR -17 $102,059 4 AMY YANG KOR -14 $78,951 T5 JIMIN KANG KOR -10 $49,297 T5 SHANSHAN FENG CHN -10 $49,297 T5 AMANDA BLUMENHERST USA -10 $49,297 T5 STACY LEWIS USA -10 $49,297 T9 JENNY SHIN KOR -9 $32,736 T9 KARRIE WEBB AUS -9 $32,736 Honda LPGA Thailand, Siam Country Club, Thailand “My play sucks today. Hopefully... I can make some more birdies.” WHAT JUST HAPPENED ON THE LPGA TOUR... WRAP THE