47 Women’s Open Championship
-14 from U.S); -8 Hull (eng.); -7 shin (core); -6 Yang (corps), Kim (corps); -4 Corpuz (United States), Ewing (United States), Yen (United States)
Lilia Fu produced a composed performance to win the Women’s Open at Walton Heath, her second title of 2023.
wow Chevron Championship Winner In April, he snatched victory with six shots from England’s Charlie Hull.
The 25-year-old American started the last Tour tied with Hull for the lead and shot a five-under 67 containing six birdies.
Hull continues to wait for his first major win after that She finished tied for second at the US Women’s Open Last month, this was something you could hardly miss in Surrey.
It was the last husband Disrupted briefly due to a demonstration On the 17th green, however, play restarted quickly, allowing Vu to complete a comfortable win.
After struggling to keep up with Vu on the lead nine, Hull holed a great bunker shot for the eagle in the 11th to move within three shots of the lead.
But Fu responded in brilliant style on the 12th green, setting up a birdie that extended the lead to four, but all but ending the chances of the first English winner at the Women’s Open since 2018.
The final round promised to be a spectacle, with home favorite Hull sharing top spot with Fu with nine under nine and 11 other players within five shots of the two co-leaders.
But, one by one, Fu’s teammates faltered and the world number six took the lead.
She had established a three-shot lead by the time she left the fourth green and was five times ahead of the field after back-to-back birdies on the ninth and tenth.
The conceding two-stroke swing on the 11-to-27-year-old Hull, by that time her only conceivable rival, was quickly forgotten.
Fu finished the victory with few warnings. Even when she dropped a wayward tee into the heather on the 15th, leading to her first bogey of the day, Hull was unable to capitalize on herself and bogeyed her.
South Korean Jiayi Shin, the two-time women’s open champion, finished third in the seven-under.
World number one Nelly Korda finished the tournament with a par twice after making a 74, while fellow American Ally Ewing – who had taken a five-shot lead at the halfway point at Walton Heath – ended the tournament with a four after a disappointing 75. .