Amazing Amy Yang wins the Honda LPGA Thailand, for the second time in the last three seasons. It was a South Korean 1,2,3, in a dominating performance.
Amy finished her stop start Honda LPGA Thailand event with a final bogey free round -4 under par 68, to set a new tournament low scoring record of -22 under par;
“You know, very happy, beyond happy.”
“Wasn’t easy with rain delays and 4:00 a.m. wake-up calls two days in a row.”
“But, you know, I stayed really patient out there, did my best, and very happy to win the tournament.”
“It’s always nice to be back here playing.”
“I love this place. I love people here. And with my parents, spending time with them here, it’s just great every time.”
So Yeon Ryu, was second at -17 under par, a last round -4 under 68 giving her that place on her own.
In third was Sei Young Kim, she too carded a final round -4 under par, finishing with a -15 under total.
World No. 1 Lydia Ko finished tied for eighth place, her first top-10 of the season, with a popular last round score of -4 under 68.
Defending champion Lexi Thompson, U.S.A. finished tied for fourth place at -13 under par.