Ariya Jutanugarn, from Thailand, was crowned Canadian Pacific Women’s Open champion at Priddis Greens Golf and Country Club.
Ariya won the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open title with a final round -6 under par 66, to post the winning total of -23 under par, and a four shot victory;
“I think today, like before today I felt like I wanted to have fun and be happy on the course. No matter what’s going to happen, I can handle it.”
“I feel really happy with myself right now.”
“After I won my first tournament, after that, I feel like I reached my goal, and after that I feel like I don’t care like what my ranking going to be.”
“I don’t care if I’m going to win the tournament or not. The only thing I want to be, is I really want to be happy on the course.”
“That’s the only key I want to be right now.”
In second place, from South Korea, was Sei Young Kim, her last round -7 under par 65 was a great effort, she held second on her own at -19 under par.
Another South Korean, In Gee Chun, was third, at -18 under par, a -3 under par 69 last round giving her that spot alone.
Top Canadian was Alena Sharp, putting in a good performance for her country, a -5 under par 67 last round handing her fourth spot with a -16 under total.
World number one Lydia Ko was T7, at -13 under par;
“I think I was a little far away going into today.”
“I needed to maybe shoot eighteen under by the looks of where the other girls are playing.”
“But no, it’s been a great week. I played solid all week, and there’s a lot of positives to take from this week.”
“I’m happy with it, and especially when I’m defending and I’m still able to have a top-10 finish. I think it was a great week, and I really appreciate all the support from the crowds here.”