There was a lot of show at Trump National at Bedminster on Sunday, and none of it needed to do with the most capable nation club proprietor being on the grounds.
Rather, Sung Hyun Park stole the consideration and her initially significant title with an exciting last round at the 72nd U.S. Ladies' Open. Stop, a 23-year-old from South Korea, let go a 5-under 67 to pull away on the back nine and complete 11-under for the competition. It was sufficient for a two-stroke triumph more than 17-year-old beginner Hye-Jin Choi of South Korea, who completed at 9-under after a last cycle 1-under 71. Stop played the end of the week in 67-67 after an opening-cycle 73.
Sung Hyun Park has said one of her objectives this season on the LPGA Tour is to win the Rookie of the Year grant. The South Korean may include the title of "victor" to her résumé a long time before any season-finishing grants, especially in the wake of opening the NW Arkansas Championship with a 8-under 63 on Friday. Stop completed with nine birdies on her approach to almost coordinating the course record of 62, requiring just 24 putts to take a two-shot lead over Mel Reid, Ally McDonald thus Yeon Ryu.