So Yeon Ryu Wins LPGA CP Canadian Women’s Open

So Yeon Ryu held off the late charge of Na Yeon Choi to win the CP Canadian Women’s Open. Ryu won for the first time since 2012 and it was her third LPGA Tour victory. Ryu only had three bogeys in her 72 holes and played an amazing week of golf that only some people dream of. She finished with a twenty three under par and tied the best score in relation to par on the LPGA Tour this season.

Na Yeon Choi made a run at Ryu only to fall short by two strokes on Sunday. Choi finished at twenty one under par after her final round of five under par 67. Choi made her run on the back nine with some timely birdies and some mistakes by Ryu. Choi just ran out of holes down the stretch and had to settle for the runner-up spot.

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Azahara Munoz posted her second successive fourth place finish at seventeen under par. Kim Kaufman and Danielle Kang finished in a tie for fifth at fifteen under par. Defending champion Lydia Ko had a rough Sunday with a four over par 76 and tied for 55th. World number one Stacy Lewis had a steady tournament and finished at seven under par tied for twenty third. Congrats to So Yeon Ryu awesome playing this week!!!

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