Ariya’s major effort pops up short
Ariya Jutanugarn hits the letter shot around the 4th hole throughout the final round from the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Washington, on Sunday. (AFP photo)
SAMMAMISH, WASHINGTON – Ariya “Nong May” Jutanugarn shot a powerful final round but fell one stroke lacking winning the Women’s PGA Championship early Monday, Thailand time.
Ariya shot an excellent five-under componen 66 during the last 18 holes, but finished third having a 72-round score of 5 under componen, behind Brooke Henderson of Canada and Australian protecting champion Lydia Ko, who also had terrific models.
Henderson fired six-under componen and Ko had four under. Both finished up at six under componen, plus they were get yourself ready for a playoff to determine the champion.
Before Monday, Ariya had won the final three tournaments she performed in, sweeping every LPGA event in May. Her eye was on winning her initial but she emerged one stroke short.