SHANGHAI — Danielle Kang shot a Three-under 69 on Sunday to win the LPGA Shanghai by 2 strokes for her second profession title.
Kang, who began the ultimate spherical 1 stroke off the lead, offset a lone bogey on the par-5 fourth gap with 4 birdies after the flip to end at 13-under 275 and maintain off a late cost by Lydia Ko, who had the day’s lowest rating with a 66.
“I hope I win more,” Kang stated. “I did the best I can. I’m going to keep working hard and keep giving myself chances and keep putting myself in contention. I’ll win more. I’ll play better.”
Ko, who had seven birdies and a lone bogey, tied for second at 11 below with a gaggle of seven gamers that included Brittany Altomare (71), Ariya Jutanugarn (71) and in a single day co-leader Sei Young Kim (72).
Carlota Ciganda, who additionally held a share of the lead after the third spherical, shot a 73 to fall right into a tie for ninth with Bronte Law and native favourite Lu Liu.
Paula Creamer carded three birdies in opposition to a pair of bogeys for a 71 to end in sole possession of 12th place.
The match is the second of 5 being performed in South Korea, Japan, China and Taiwan within the LPGA’s annual Asian swing.