Circuit LPGA: Brooke Henderson reports her son 11e title winning barrages or Shoprite LPGA Classic | Golf News – News 24


Brooke Henderson celebrated an impressive victory at the Shoprite LPGA Classic

Brooke Henderson has an 11th title on the LPGA circuit after finishing her 14 -month winless race with a spectacular win in dams or the Shoprite LPGA Classic.

The Canadian posted a score of seven under 64 last day in New Jersey to join Lindsey Weaver-Wright on 12 under, before beating the American with a shining eagle or first additional barrage hole.

Weaver-Wright hit the green in three on the hole by five and missed his birdie put, while Henderson hit a spectacular second strike less than six feet from the flag to put in place and a winning eagle.

“With the qualifying series, you really don’t have just one chance, so I just tried to get out and hit really solid shots,” Henderson went on to say. “So, walking on that fairway and seeing that I only had one (putt) short enough was a big relief. The simple fact of needing two putts to win was also very important. »

Henderson had mixed five birdies with the eagle on the ninth by five in a bogey-free final, while Weaver-Wright managed a birdie on four of his last six holes to close out a 65 without fail.

Henderson took the lead in the standings in a thrilling final

Henderson took the lead in the standings in a thrilling final

Englishman Jodi Ewart Shadoff managed the latter by five to finish third in singles with 11 under, after also having four birdies and two bogeys in a four under 67.

“I am in the process of creating a very good time for the rest of the season,” Ewart Shadoff said. “I had a very good event at match play. I think it was a very good experience, and it just showed out this week that I worked on a few things. »

Jodi Ewart Shadoff ended the week with 11 under after having reported 18th by five

Jodi Ewart Shadoff ended the week with 11 under after having reported 18th by five

Lydia Ko of New Zealand and Albane Valenzuela of Switzerland both drew 67 and finished tied for fourth place in the bottom 10, along with Brittany Lincicome-who is six months pregnant-Marina Alex and Japanese Nasa Hataoka.

“Yes, he has 12 weeks left,” Lincicome said. “Everyone was like, you just had to stop it. I did not play, what they were right. I didn’t play well. But in order to go home and not play, I had the impression that time was passing more slowly. »

Title champion Céline Boutier signed her title defense with an eight-under 63, while world No. 1 Ko Jin-young finished seven strokes behind in 17th to equalize after a final round of 70.

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