S. Korean Jang Ha-na claims 4th LPGA win in Australia

SEOUL-- South Korean Jang Ha-na captured her fourth career LPGA Tour victory in Australia on Sunday.

Jang fired a four-under 69 in the final round, with three birdies and an eagle on the back nine alone, to capture the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open in Adelaide.

Jang finished at 10-under 282 for the tournament, beating Nanna Madsen of Denmark by three strokes.

Jang began the final round tied for seventh place at six-under, four strokes behind the leader Lizette Salas.

Jang actually dropped a stroke on the front nine, with a bogey on the first hole and then eight straight pars.

She had three more pars to start the back nine but then came a blistering stretch that clinched the title.

Jang birdied the 13th and 14th, and then eagled the par-five 17th to move to nine-under. She birdied the closing hole to take the club house lead at 10-under and watched as no one else came close to double digits under par.

Salas stumbled to a five-over 78 on Sunday, with seven bogeys against two birdies.

This was the second LPGA event of 2017. Jang also won the second tournament of the 2016 season in Florida, as part of her three-win season.

Source: Yonhap News Agency

S. Korean Jang Ha-na claims 4th LPGA win in Australia

SEOUL-- South Korean Jang Ha-na captured her fourth career LPGA Tour victory in Australia on Sunday.

Jang fired a four-under 69 in the final round, with three birdies and an eagle on the back nine alone, to capture the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open in Adelaide.

Jang finished at 10-under 282 for the tournament, beating Nanna Madsen of Denmark by three strokes.

Jang began the final round tied for seventh place at six-under, four strokes behind the leader Lizette Salas.

Jang actually dropped a stroke on the front nine, with a bogey on the first hole and then eight straight pars.

She had three more pars to start the back nine but then came a blistering stretch that clinched the title.

Jang birdied the 13th and 14th, and then eagled the par-five 17th to move to nine-under. She birdied the closing hole to take the club house lead at 10-under and watched as no one else came close to double digits under par.

Salas stumbled to a five-over 78 on Sunday, with seven bogeys against two birdies.

This was the second LPGA event of 2017. Jang also won the second tournament of the 2016 season in Florida, as part of her three-win season.

Source: Yonhap News Agency

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