American swinger Nelly Korda picked up the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship after she came in four more under 68 to score a total of 19-under 269 with Lisette Sa. Las came in 2nd place in the United States on the morning of Monday, June 28, Thailand time, while “Pro Meow” Papangkorn Tawatchanakit is a Thai girl with the best results, taking 5th place.
This match is considered a major item, the third item of the women’s division, competing between 24-27 June, hitting the Atlanta Athletic Club stadium, par 72, 6,831 yards, to win the total prize money. $ 4.5 million (144 million baht), the champion received a prize of $ 675,000 ($21.6 million). End of the competition, the result appeared that Nelly Korda, an American girl, made her first major championship successfully. After the final round, made 4 under par 68 from 2 eagles, 2 birdies, 1 double bogey, scored a total of 19 under par 269, received the championship trophy with a prize money of 675,000 US dollars (21.6 million baht), with Lisette Salas He finished second with a total score of 16 under 272, with Kim Hyo Joo (South Korea) and Gulia Molinari (Italy) taking third place with a total of 10 under 278.
“Pro Meow” Papangkorn Thawatanakit is a Thai girl with the best performance. In the final round, she hit too 2, scored a total of 8 under par 280, won a prize of 171,934 US dollars (5.5 million baht). “Pro Jan” Wichamanee Meechai finished at 5 under par 283, received 12th place, joining “Promo” Mori. Ya Jutanugarn took the 27th place from a total of 1 under par 287. “Prome” Ariya Jutanugarn hit a total of over 2, grabbed a joint 46th, and “Promyo” Pajaree Anannarukarn hit a total of 8, took the 64th place.
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