West Lynn, Oregon – Zhen Yinggao On Sunday, she won the Cumbia Portland Classic with reduced rainfall, her second victory in the past three LPGA Tour events.
Since the Tokyo Olympics, the second-round Korean player started for the first time. He shot 69 at the Oregon Golf Club, 3 under par, defeating Lee Jong-un and Su Wu by four strokes, and the game ended. Ko finished the game with a score of 11 under par with 205.
Saturday’s game was interrupted due to rain and the game was reduced from 72 holes to 54 holes. Ko led with 67 on Friday.
“I really wanted to fight yesterday, but we couldn’t fight,” Ko said. I had a lot of turnovers and a lot of chipping errors, so I had to make a good par save, but I did it. She rested after the Olympics and skipped the main British Women’s Open.
“I spent a good time in Korea after the Olympics, maybe more than six or seven weeks,” Ko said. “I did a lot of practice with the same coach, I did a lot of training, three or four times a week.”
Ko also won the American Volunteer Classic in Texas in early July. The two-time Grand Slam champion has 9 LPGA Tour victories.
Gemma Dryburgh entered the round behind Ko and shot 76, tied for eighth with a three-under-par score.
Due to safety concerns about the homeless camp bordering Edgewater, the game was transferred from Edgewater Country Club to Oregon Golf Club in June.
“This course is really great-the fairways and greens are really perfect,” Ke said.