Published: Mon, June 04, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Ariya 7 shots ahead at US Women's Open

Ariya 7 shots ahead at US Women's Open

She made a almost ideal bunker shot to within a foot of the cup on the tournament-clinching hole, beating South Korea's Hyo-Joo Kim, who shot a 5-under 67 in the final round to force the playoff.

Sarah Jane Smith has extended her lead at the U.S. Women's Open.

England's Jodi Ewart Shadoff mixed three bogeys with two birdies to shoot a round of 73 and tie for 14th, while compatriot Charley Hull is a shot further back on one over par overall.

Jutanugarn became the first Thai major champion when she won the 2016 Women's British Open and was four shots ahead overnight at Shoal Creek.

She rallied to play some gritty golf and was 2-under par over her last 14 holes with birdies on the sixth, ninth, 13th and 15th holes to go with bogeys on the seventh and 16th holes.

Kim birdied the first playoff hole and made bogey on the second, while Jutanugarn had a pair of pars. A collapse that would have gone down in U.S. Women's Open lore was about to be averted.

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"I'm really proud of myself the front-9".

Henderson tweeted: "Unfortunately, I needed to withdraw from the US Women's Open for personal reasons and am headed home to be with my family". She was in the final group with Jutanugarn, but had a 78 on Sunday to fall into a tie for fifth.

Smith said a switch back to her old irons, a reversion to a conventional putting grip and advice from coach Sean Foley - who basically told her to just stick with it - had helped her pull her game together.

"I'm very happy", Ciganda said Sunday. "I think it's one of the toughest weeks of the year".

Her final round was her second-best of the tournament behind her 71 on the first day but it has left her languishing back in a five-way tie for 48th place. It's no surprise to Ciganda she's finding momentum nearly halfway into the year.

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