Patty is still an LPGA risk taker from Julie Inskar after she was interrupted by a coronavirus epidemic following an ANA-sent rogue attack on Julie Inskar in 19 L4.
Los Angeles: Thailand’s Patti Tawatnakit took a smooth course on Sunday to charge Lida Co and win ANA inspiration and her first LPGA title turned into a big championship.
Patty, 21, started the day with a five-shot lead in Rancho Mirage’s Mission Hills in California, scoring 686 goals.
In his 18-under-200, he placed two strokes in front of New Zealand’s former world first-teammate, who rose from eight-odds to 222 with 10-under 62.
Four players are third in 227777: Kim Se-young of South Korea, Nellie Corda of America, Nanna Quartz Madsen of Denmark and Fang Shanshan of China.
“I had no idea,” Patty said of the great million-dollar round, which matched the tournament’s first-round tournament record in 2002 by Mexican great Lorena Ochoa.
“I just played my game, didn’t look at the leaderboard at all … I just wanted to play my game and I did – I did a great job today.”
Patty, who played collegiate golf at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, gave him an overnight pillow with a chip-in goal in five seconds and took another stroke in the eighth.
He couldn’t take advantage of the eleventh para-five, but in the twelfth birdie he kept himself two feet short.
He needs to cross the rim of the cup and put some storage on his back before putting his eight-foot part down.
Patty said she told herself “keep hitting good shots”.
“My putts were good. It didn’t go well today. Overall I feel like I’m stuck in my game plan. I had an adverse effect there. “
Patty said she didn’t get much sleep on Saturday night and panicked too quickly.
“It was mentally tough and I think it moved a lot and I handled it very well.”
Patty still nominates an LPGA crook Coronavirus The travel epidemic disrupted its first season, the first new phase of ATNA inspiration since Julie Inskar in 1984.
– ANA Inspiration (ANASPIR) April 5, 2021
He is the winner of the fourth wire, he has not taken any lead overnight and has become the first since 2000 Australian Carrie Webb.
“It’s great to be a big champion, yet the truth is still not sinking like me – six months ago I was just 21 years old and now I’m the big champion of my cheating year.”
Meanwhile, Co stretched the board and took three shots, including a birdie in the first two holes and an aggression in the second. Birdie came in fourth, sixth, seventh and ninth.
“I don’t think there was a moment when I thought, ‘Okay, it’ll be okay.’ “You have to concentrate until the last minute when you get into the last hole.”
The final nine speeds slowed down a bit, with the 10th, 11th and 15th birdies taking him between two strokes.
Co, who is in the top two with his 15 LPGA wins, has not found a birdie in the last three holes and is looking for his first win since the 2018 medal championship.
“I’m just happy that I’ve become stronger in this program and want to debate and stay there,” Sah said. I have a lot of confidence in saying, “Hey, we’re moving in the right direction.”
However, he added, “It is more important to focus on the present than on what is going to happen in the future and what happened in the past.”