Park Sang-hyun wins Shinhan Donghae Open
SEOUL: South Korean golfer
an eight-under-par 63 to claim a stunning wire-to-wire victory at the Asian Tour’s Shinhan Donghae Open in Incheon, South Korea.
The 35- year- old finished his fourth round with eight birdies for
Kiwi Nick Voke came third after
Park’s compatriot and 2009 Shinhan Donghae Open champion Ryu Hyun-woo shared fourth place with Mun Do- yeob, also from South Korea.
2016 Shinhan Donghae Open champion Gaganjeet Bhullar had enjoyed a strong start to the tournament with a first- round 67, but failed to build on it as Park widened his lead through the weekend.
The Indian scored a 20- foot putt. Kim also e s s shot a faultl round, seven birdies helping her
won seven times on the LPGA Tour and was fourth last year and sixth in 2016 at Evian. “My big goal is to win a major,” said the 25-year-old. “I have won many times, but the major is missing. But who knows what will happen tomorrow?” Martin, from California, had a 69 to raise her hopes of a second major, but there are a number of high
Park Inbee, the seven- time major winner and former world No. 1, shot 67 to move into a tie for fourth place on nine under, and she was on the same mark as Georgia Hall, the English player who won last month’s women’s British Open.
The best round of the day—and the Championship— came from American Rya n n O’Toole. She shot 63 to move into the top ten on eight under par.
Maria Torres, the Puerto
and second rounds slipped back with a 72—a round marred by bogeys at the 17th and 18th. She
But it is Olson who goes into the
know I’ll be nervous, but that’s a good thing,” she said.
“I won’t be watching the leaderboard, just trying to hit the best shot every time. I hope I can bring my top game.” 2018