Hannah Green wins Cambia Portland Classic

The final round of 67 strokes with the final score of -21 on September 1 helps Hannah Green to be crowned in the Cambia Portland Classic in LPGA Tour 2019.

Green’s journey to win the cup and the $195,000 prize money has six birdies and a single bogey. Technical statistics show that the major champion KPMG Women’s PGA Championship 2019 plays impressively, especially at the tee shot. In this respect, she scored 290 yards, compared to 267 yards for the penultimate round and 262 yards for the second round. In addition, Green hit the fairway in 11 of the 14 holes, onto the green in 13 of the 18 holes and made 26 putts.

“The surface of Columbia Edgewater Country Club is very difficult. I had to be very patient and give myself opportunities”, Hannah Green said. At the age of 22, this is Green’s second victory in her career as well as this year’s LPGA Tour season, since she joined this arena in 2018. About 20,000 USD more, she will reach one million milestones USD in a season.

Hannah Green mừng chức vô địch Cambia Portland Classic. Ảnh: AP.

Completing the goal with a score of -20, Yealimi Noh reached second place in the regret. Entering a 3-stroke lead, the 18-year-old golfer maintains this advantage until the end of hole 14.

However, the two bogeys in the remaining four pits gave her the opportunity for Green to gradually shorten and level the gap when they both reached the 17th hole. At the bottom pit, Noh bogey while Green was the winner with par points.

“It was hard. I tried my best. Today, my hits didn’t go as well”, Noh said. However, the runner-up was a respectable achievement because Noh had just become a professional in February, almost anonymous and was given an official ticket to qualify for the first round of the week qualifying tournament or the sponsor’s special capacity.

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At -17, Brittany Altomare came in third. Brooke Henderson and Nasa Hataoka share fourth place as well as finalists in the top 5 at -15.

In the Top 7, Marina Alex officially becomes the former champion of Cambia Portland Classic. World’s number one Ko Jin Young is in the Top 20.