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Ricoh Cup: South Korea’s Kim Ha-neul comes from behind to snag win

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All you need is just 15mins, today! 每天給自己15分鐘

The Japan Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour Championship Ricoh Cup golf tournament wrapped up on Nov 27 with the last round played in bad weather, and South Korean Kim Ha-neul coming from behind in the back nine with 72, for a total of 279, winning the Ricoh Cup woman’s championship by one stroke and making a career first win. Taiwan’s Teresa Lu ended up in ninth place with 286 strokes.


Kim made three bogeys on the front nine, losing her lead to Lee Ji-hee. On the back nine she scored three birdies, and did not let the game run away from her, finishing up the Japan LPGA on top. This is her third win in Japan to date.


Japan’s Misuzu Narita hit seven birdies and one bogey, completing the course with the best score of 66 and placed second with a total of 280, followed in third by South Korea’s Shin Ji-yai on 282. Lee lost her momentary lead with a poor performance in the back nine, ending with bogeys in the two final holes, finishing up in joint fourth with Japan’s Rumi Yoshiba.


Taiwan’s Lu hit three birdies and one bogey, finishing the final round in 70 strokes for a total of 286, landing her in joint ninth place with South Korea’s Lee Bo-mee and Ahn Sun-ju.


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