Sung Hyun Park Wins CP Woman’s Open In Ottawa

Aug 28th

2017

Author By leon
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 Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club, OTTAWA, ONT

Sung Hyun Park walks of 18th green in Ottawa.

 

 

LPGA rookie, Sung Hyun Park, could not be caught by the field as she ran away with the CP Woman’s Open Championship. Her -7 under-par 64 on Sunday would outmatch all competitors. Park already has a major victory at the US Women’s Open this year and she was stellar in the closing holes with birdies on two of the final three.

    Feng, Alex, Kerr, Chun and Broch-Larsen finished in a tie for third at -10 behind runner-up, Mirim Lee. The Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club course would challenge the ladies all week long. Pin placements on Sunday were not for the faint-of-heart, with several pins tucked behind bunkers and near slippery slopes, few players would have easy birdie puts to move themselves up the leaderboard.

    Home town star, Brooke Henderson, would light-up the course with her presence. Hundreds of fans would line the tee-boxes and stroll along green-side to cheer her on. “Today didn’t go quite as well as I would have liked.” Henderson noted. “But still having that support around me was amazing and I am going to remember this week forever.” 

    Although she did not hoist the trophy, Henderson won the hearts of many including some real ones at CHEO. She signed autographs for every fan behind the 18th green. Her final score of -7 would also make her Top Canadian on for the tournament. CP Birdies for Heart raised $225,000 on the 15th hole.

 

Brooke Henderson on the first tee at the CP Woman’s Open.

 

Brooke Henderson watches her tee shot.

 

Sung Hyun Park would not be caught by the field as she would finish -13 on Sunday.

 

Cristie Kerr knocking her ball off the pin.

 

Large crowds would follow Henderson around the entire day.

 

Brittany Henderson looks over a put.

 

The Henderson sisters stacked-up well this week against the competition.

 

Mo Martin could not improve after taking the lead on Saturday.

 

In Gee Chun of Korea takes home $101,211 for finishing tied for 3rd.

 

Large crowds watching Brooke Henderson approach shot.

 

In Gee Chun blasts out of the sand on 18.

 

Large crowds following Henderson.

 

Brooke Henderson salutes the large crowd at The Ottawa Hunt And Golf Club.

 

Brooke Henderson walking off the green.

 

Mirim Lee would finish alone in second.

 

Angel Yin’s Team USA bag.

 

Brooke Henderson’s ball on the back of the 18th green on Sunday.

 

Henderson looks over a putt for par.

 

Henderson sisters walking up 18.

 

Brooke Henderson wins medal for low Canadian.

 

Sung Hyun Park wins CP Woman’s Open and $337,500

 

 

Sung Hyun Park poses with CP Women’s Open staff on 18th fairway.

 

 

 

 

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