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Los Angeles Open Hataoka Nasa wins sixth career title Liu Yu T10 Lin Xiyu T27_Total Score_Player_Nasa

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Los Angeles Open Hataoka Nasa wins sixth career title Liu Yu T10 Lin Xiyu T27_Total Score_Player_Nasa

Original title: Nasa Hataoka wins sixth career title at Los Angeles Open Liu Yu T10 Lin Xiyu T27

On April 25th, Beijing time, the LPGA Los Angeles Open with a total prize money of 1.5 million US dollars ended the final competition at the Wilshire Country Club. Japan’s Nasa Hataoka played steadily and still shot a 67 (-4), and finally won her sixth LPGA championship with a total score of 269 (-15). Hannah Green had a 68 (-3) in this round and finished second with a total score of 274 (-10). Slam champions Park Inbee, Lee Minzhi and Madeleine Sagstrom from Sweden shot 70 (-1), 68 (-3) and 66 (-5) respectively for a total score of 277 Pole (-7) tied for third. Chinese players Liu Yu, Lin Xiyu and Yin Ruoning shot 69 (-2), 66 (-5) and 72 respectively, with a total score of 279 (-5), 283 (-1) and a par of 284. , tied for tenth place, tied for 27th and tied for 33rd.

In the four rounds of Hataoka Nasa, except for a 68 in the second round, the other three rounds all shot 67. In the final round of the contest, Hataoka Nasa shot 1 eagle, 4 birds and 2 cypresses. Ji 67 (-4), with a total score of 269 (-15) won the sixth LPGA championship of his career. This is Hataoka’s second LA Open since winning 19th in 2018.

This championship gave Hataoka Nasa 500 CME points, and the CME global standings also rose from 27th to 7th. At the same time, he also won the first prize of 225,000 US dollars, and the ranking of the money list will also rise from 72 to 66.

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Nasa Hataoka, then named Nasa because of the U.S. space program, was hoped by her mother that she could pursue more lofty dreams. If Nasa Hataoka wasn’t a golfer now, maybe she’d be an astronaut because she wanted to go to space.

Australia’s Hannah Green ranked second with a total score of -7 in the third round. In the final round, she continued to play, hitting 4 birds, 1 bogey and 68 to 274 (-10). two.

Chinese player Liu Yu shot 1 eagle, 3 birds and 3 bogeys with a 69 (-2), with a total score of 279 (-5), tied for tenth place. It was her first top-10 finish since the 2020 Marathon LPGA Classic.

Lin Xiyu had been sluggish in the first three rounds. In the last round, she broke out, made 5 birds and 1 double bogey, and made a hole-in-one on the par-3 No. 7 hole, and finally ended the round with a 66 (-5). , with a total score of 283 (-1), the ranking rose to a tie for 27th.

Yin Ruoning shot 1 eagle, 2 birds, 3 bogeys, 1 double bogey, 72 (+1), and tied for 33rd with a total score of 284.Return to Sohu, see more

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