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2013 Taiwan LPGA Tour CTBC Ladies Open Final Round Recap
Date:2013-09-21

Unpredictable winds played tricks on the leaderboard at the Sunrise Golf & Country Club at the 2013 CTBC Ladies Open, and in the end it was Korean Do-Yeon Kim that prevailed. Kim shot a final round 1-over 73 and finished with a 9-over 225 to claim the NT$600,000 winner paycheck. Her compatriot Ye-Na Chung sits just one shot back to be the solo runner-up.

This was Kim’s first tournament on the TLPGA Tour. With this victory, she’s got three career wins as a pro. Kim is also the winner of this year’s Korean University Golf Tournament.

73, again, was the lowest round of the day, and that not a single player had managed to hit an under-par score in all three rounds just said it all about how hard the condition was.

With Typhoon Usagi closing in southern Taiwan, there was some doubt as to whether the final 18 holes of the CTBC Ladies Open would be able to be completed. But luckily, little rain fell and all players had to dealt with was the wind.

Wind speed stayed constantly at around 50 km per hour and at some points it could reach a scary 100. Leader heading in to this final round, Lu Ya-Huei (呂雅惠) said she found herself off-balanced a lot of times before swinging because of the wind.

Lu hit a final-round 79 and finished in solo third with a birdie on the 18th. Lu, along with Tseng Hsiu-Feng (曾秀鳳) and Shih Huei-Ju (石惠如), were the best three finishing local players this week, and guaranteed their wildcard entries into October’s Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship.

Tseng and Shih appeared shortly on top of the final round leaderboard, however, the two local hopes both closed the last five holes with a disappointing 5-over and fell to a tie for fifth.

Tseng, at 45, will be the oldest Taiwanese contestant in the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship. “I was simply trying to make the cut to today’s round before it started,” said Tseng. “Never thought that I could play this well. Although not a win, I’m happy with the wildcard.” Tseng hit three birdies in a row to climb up to a winning position after twelve holes but was unable to keep up.

Taiwan’s Cheng Ssu-Chia (程思嘉) shot a 9-over 81 and finished the top amateur with 233 in a tie for 15th. Another young talent and first-round co-leader Hsing Hsuan-Ho (邢宣和) tumbled down the ranks under big winds and carded a final round 11-over 83 to leave in a tie for 20th with 234.

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