Canadian Brooke M. Henderson won the Hugel-Air Premia Open in Los Angeles on Saturday, and she controlled the game on the last day of the competition.
The Korean player Kim Yong Ko was three shots ahead of the Canadian from the second day and also hit the white object 72 times (+1). She is tied for third place with Hannah Green of Australia.
This is the tenth victory of the Maple Leaf representative on the LPGA Tour. His last victory was on June 16, 2019, at the Meyer Classic in Belmont, Michigan.
The teams of South Africans Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel flew over TPC Louisiana at the Zurich Classic in New Orleans on Saturday, and after three rounds Topped the list.
For this day of team competition, use the “alternating shot” and “best ball” formats, the second option is to use the one.
Oosthuizen and Schwartzel took the opportunity to subtract 9 from the par 72. They achieved the same results in the first round, also in the “best ball” style. Both have 9 little birds, including 9 little birds.
In addition to the South Africans, the other five pairs of players also scored 63 points (-9) on the third day of the game, including Australians Cameron Smith and Mark Leishman, ranking second. The latter shared his position with Americans Cameron Champ and Tony Finau, who were the joint leaders after 36 holes. They will start the second round after falling behind the leader in the final round.
The other co-leaders behind the 36th hole are the Norwegians Viktor Hovland and Kris Ventura, who hit the white object 68 times. They will start on the last day of the event, two steps behind Schwartzel and Oosthuizen.
As for the Canadians who are still in contention, David Hearn and Michael Grichic, accompanied by the Americans Zach Socher and Vincent Wiley, respectively, shared the last seats of the remaining groups. Nine shots in the field.