Park Sung-Hyun wins Canadian Pacific Women's Open title
Last Updated: 29/08/17 11:49am
South Korea's Park Sung-Hyun added the Canadian Pacific Women's Open title to her U.S. Women's Open crown with a comeback win at Ottawa Hunt.
Four off the pace to start the day, Park notched seven birdies in a seven-under 64 to seize the victory with a 13-under-par total of 271.
The South Korean finished two strokes ahead of fellow South Korean Mirim Lee, who closed with a 68 at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club.
Two eagles - including one at the 18th - boosted Lee to her best result since her victory in the KIA Classic earlier this year.
Overnight co-leader Nicole Broch Larsen was in a group sharing third place on 274 after an even-par 71. She was joined by China's Feng Shanshan (68), South Korean Chun In-Gee (70), and Americans Marina Alex (68) and Cristie Kerr (69).
Chun notched her sixth top-three finish of the season but couldn't break through for her first title of 2017. Mo Martin, who shared the overnight lead with Larsen, carded a one-over 72 to join a group on 275 that also included South Korean Kim Hyo-Joo and American Jane Park.
Kim carded a 66, while Park produced a sparkling 65 for her share of eighth place.
American golfer Michelle Wie withdrew prior to the start of the fourth round and went to hospital for an emergency appendectomy.