Amy Yang wins the Honda LPGA Thailand at Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course.
Amy shot a final round -3 under par 69 to win the Honda LPGA Classic with total of -15 under par. She reported that she could not believe it;
“I don’t know what just happened, I still can’t believe I did it today.”
Tied at the top of the leaderboard with Stacy going into 15, there was a three shot swing when Amy birdied and Stacy recorded a double bogey there;
“I still didn’t want to decide that because we had three more holes to go and they’re not easy, so I just kept focusing.”
“Oh, I was so nervous. But I saw the ball fall in and I thought feels like it’s dream. It’s a great feeling.”
There was three-way tie for second place, Stacy Lewis, who carded a sad final round of +1 over par 73, Mirim Lee, -3 under par 69 and Yani Tseng with a -5 under par 67.
Yani admitted to some putting nerves out there today;
“I played good, but I missed bunch of putts out there. I was just actually a little nervous out there when I putting.”
“I don’t know, just maybe thinking a little more on my putting than others.”
“But I got some lucky bounce and make birdie on the last hole so I was very happy. Just fricking nervous out there. I think just at least I back into the circle. Hopefully take into next week.”
Low round of the day went to Beatriz Recari, a magnificent -9 under par 63, she finished T5 on -12 under par.