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Sports Brooke Henderson wins LA Open for 10th LPGA Tour title

05:55  25 april  2021
05:55  25 april  2021 Source:   thecanadianpress.com

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Brooke Mackenzie Henderson (born 10 September 1997) is a Canadian professional golfer on the LPGA Tour . Henderson was named the Canadian Press female athlete of the year for 2015, 2017 and 2018.

Brooke Henderson won the Meijer LPGA Classic on Sunday to break the Canadian record for tour victories with nine. The 21-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont., led wire-to-wire for her second victory in three years at Blythefield Country Club, closing with a 2-under 70 in chilly conditions to hold off Lexi Thompson, Nasa Hataoka, Su Henderson broke a tie with Sandra Post for the Canadian record on the LPGA Tour and also moved ahead of George Knudson and Mike Weir for the overall country mark. “Congrats @BrookeHenderson 9th win at such a young age just awesome!,” Weir posted on Twitter.

LOS ANGELES — Canadian Brooke Henderson rallied to win the HUGEL Air Premia LA Open on Saturday for her 10th LPGA Tour title, chipping in for birdie on the par-3 12th in an early back-nine burst and getting up-and-down for par on the last.

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Four strokes behind leader Jessica Korda and three back of top-ranked Jin Young Ko entering the sunny day at Wilshire Country Club, Henderson closed with her second straight 4-under 67 for a one-stroke victory over Korda.

Henderson, of Smiths Falls, Ont., birdied the par-4 11th to take the lead at 15 under, hitting a 144-yard shot to 3 feet of the back, right pin. She holed out from 70 feet from right and below the green on 12, and made a 6-foot birdie putt on the short par-4 14th.

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Korda won the season- opening Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions in January for her sixth LPGA Tour title , and sister Nelly Korda followed with a victory a month later in the Gainbridge LPGA in the second event of the year. Jessica Korda has 13 straight under-par rounds. Henderson has been steady but unspectacular for much of 2021. She's made the cut in all seven tournaments entered, with a top finish of ninth at the season- opening Tournament of Champions. Henderson has nine career wins on the LPGA Tour .

Since joining the tour in 2015, Henderson positioned herself to make quick work of Post’s mark of eight LPGA Tour wins . She’s won each year since becoming an LPGA member, picking up two victories in each of her three seasons. She reached six with her four-shot victory at Ko Olina last year and notched her seventh win back home in Canada at the CP Women’s Open in August. Her quest for No. 8 resumes today when she opens defense of her Lotte title at 1:12 p.m. at Ko Olina’s 10 th tee. “It’s really amazing to be mentioned in the same sentence as Sandra Post and some of the amazing golfers that

The 23-year-old Canadian bogeyed the par-4 17th to cut her lead to two, then chipped inside 2 feet for par on the par-3 18th after her 8-iron shot rolled off the right edge of the green and into a low collection area.


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The sixth-ranked Henderson won for the first time since the Meijer LPGA Classic in June 2019. She finished at 16-under 268 to break the event record of 14 under set by Minjee Lee in 2019.

Korda closed with a 72, missing a chance for her second victory of the year after leading after each of the first three rounds. She won the season-opening Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions in January for her sixth LPGA Tour title.

While Henderson made her move early on the back nine, Ko bogeyed the 11th and 12th in a 72 that left her tied with Australia's Hannah Green at 14 under. The South Korean star was coming off a two-week break after finishing seventh in the ANA Inspiration.

Green eagled the 14th and birdied the par-5 15th in a 66.

Major champions So Yeon Ryu (68) and Angela Stanford (70) tied for fifth at 12 under.

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