Henderson sets Canadian record, wins Meijer Classic

Henderson sets Canadian record, wins Meijer Classic

Henderson sets Canadian record, wins Meijer Classic

Of her nine wins, two have come during the 2019 season, including when she won the LOTTE Championship for the second straight year.

The 21-year-old former tournament victor played 30 holes on Friday after rainstorms forced a seven hour delay during Thursday's opening round. I've been working on my swing a lot, and I actually didn't drive it as well as I have been the last few weeks but my irons have been really good. "Just happy. I feel like I'm hitting the ball well and giving myself a lot of great looks, which is exciting".

Henderson won by one shot over Oh, Japan's Nasa Hataoka and Americans Lexi Thompson and Brittany Altomare holding off several strong challenges after taking a two-shot lead over Annie Park into the final round.

"It was getting pretty dark at that point", Henderson said. Luckily, the greens were soft enough that I could be quite aggressive to straight at pins.

Additionally the Lotte Championship victor in April in Hawaii, Henderson matched the match file of 21 below that she role in 2017 (when the route conducted to a par of 71) and additionally changed into tied closing year by So Yeon Ryu.

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Henderson birdied the par-5 fourth and par-4 sixth holes, added another at the par-3 13th and took her lone bogey at the par-4 16th but closed with back-to-back pars to secure the historic victory.

Lexi Thompson was six strokes behind the lead after a birdie and two bogeys before making the turn on Sunday at Blythefield Country Club, dealing with a pesky muscle spam on the front nine that she just couldn't shake. "Didn't see it go in, but I heard the cheers and we just kind of celebrated on the tee there, which was really cool".

LPGA rookie Jennifer Kupcho carded her third consecutive 67 on Saturday and is solo fifth in her third start as an LPGA Tour professional. Thompson, coming off a victory last week in New Jersey, shot 70-68 to reach 6 under. She'd just plain been caught, with Thompson having finished a lights-out 10-under 62 six groups ahead and her fellow competitors Park and Altomare both sitting several strokes under par. "I would just say pretty much everything is going good".

Su Oh's second-place finish in the LPGA Tour's Meijer Classic in MI is a potential turning point for the Australian. "But yeah, I mean, I tried my best and I don't know what the situation is out there, but I think I'm going to fall a little short". The second round was suspended because of darkness with about two dozen players still on the course.

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