Sung Hyun Park, South Korea, wins the Indy Women In Tech Championship in a play-off against Lizette Salas from the USA.
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Sung Hyun, -4 under par 68 today and Lizette -2 under 70 were tied at the top of the Indy Women In Tech Championship at -23 under after 72 holes at the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course in Indianapolis, forcing a play-off.
Sung Hyun won with birdie at the first sudden death extra hole, the par four 1st hole, and is now projected to take over the number one spot in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings;
Lizette had a chance to win in regulation, but missed the putt;
“I played better than what I expected, obviously. It just shows that I’m a fighter, I don’t give up.”
“I wasn’t intimidated by my playing partners hitting it past me. I knew my game would speak for itself.”
“I stuck with positives; I stuck with my game plan, and a couple putts could have dropped, but you just got to roll it.”
“It didn’t drop, and it wasn’t my time. So just got to go back to work and have a week off to stay with my family.”
Amy Yang, South Korea, was third at -22 under par, one shot short of the play-off, with a last round -3 under 69.