Mi Jung Hur wins Ladies Scottish Open

South Korea’s Mi Jung Hur fired a final round 66 to claim a four-stroke victory in the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies…

Last Updated on August 13, 2019 by Daniel

South Korea’s Mi Jung Hur terminated a last cycle 66 to guarantee a four-stroke triumph in the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open held at a downpour cleared Renaissance Club.

The 29-year-old, who driven by two at the midway stage after a nine-under-standard 62, returned from a stroke entering the last round to win on 20 under the standard.

In spite of having set the competition scoring record after two adjusts, and having earned a next inline completion in the occasion at Dundonald two years prior, Hur uncovered that she had never recently been an enthusiast of connections golf.

“All things considered, I don’t care for connections courses, however after this week, I adore them,” she clowned.

Hur asserted her first LPGA Tour triumph as a tenderfoot in 2009, and afterward an additional five years prior in 2014. Five years had gone since her last title.

Hur started her last round with an intruder on the third gap and trailed after eight openings, however, made her first birdie of the day on the standard 3 ninths, sinking a putt from six feet, to enter a four-path tie for the lead. After making her fourth straight birdie putt, from around nine yards, on the standard 5 twelfth, the Texas-based proficient felt that she could win the competition.

She made another incredible putt from five feet on the sixteenth to take a three-stroke preferred position and afterward finished the round with her 6th birdie of the day on 18.

US Women’s Open hero Jeongeun Lee6 and third-round pioneer Moriya Jutanugarn tied for the second position on 16 under, with the 2017 boss Mi Hyang Lee a stroke back in fourth and the 2018 victor Ariya Jutanugarn two shots further untied in fifth.

With a tie for 6th, close by Minjee Lee and Elizabeth Szokol, Anne Van Dam climbed to second on the LET Solheim Cup focuses list, while Carly Booth tied for ninth and won the Douglas Lowe Memorial Trophy as the top-performing Scot in the competition, after the last cycle 71.

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