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LPGA Thailand
$1,600,00072 Holes72
May 6-9, 2021Siam Country Club Old Course
amy yang
69 - 66 - 66 - 65 = 266 (-22)
Amy Yang, South Korea, carded a final-round 65 and a 22-under-par 266 to win the Honda LPGA Thailand 2019 for the third time in her four career victories.at Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course. Despite lightning stopping play for 50 minutes and a rain delay later on Sunday, Yang emerged from a three-way tie with Minjee Lee and Carlota Ciganda with a birdie from the fringe of the green of the par-3 16th to regain the lead at 21 under, and capped the 18th hole with another birdie.

Minjee Lee, the third-round leader with Amy Yang at 15 under, had the chance to force a playoff on the 18th if she made a 14-foot eagle putt but she did not and had to settle for a birdie to finish with a 66 at 21 under for the sole second place. Carlota Ciganda was four strokes behind the third-round leaders, sitting at T8 at -11 and shot 63 on Sunday moving up five spots up the leaderboard, matching Eun-Hee Ji’s score from Thursday as the lowest of the event and finished at 20 under for the sole third place.

The famous Thai sisters, Jutanugarn family, were doing quite well with Moriya finished tied at 11 under for T10, and younger Ariya finished at 10 under for the sole 14th place.