Lee wins ANA Inspiration and first major in playoff

Social media reacts to 18th hole BACKBOARD at ANA Inspiration

Mirim Lee of South Korea and her caddie Matt Glczis celebrate by jumping into Poppie's Pond after Lee defeated Nelly Korda and Brooke Henderson in a playoff to win the ANA Inspiration at the Dinah Shore course at Mission Hills Country Club on September 13, 2020 in Rancho Mirage, California.

Lee got the better of Nelly Korda and Brooke Henderson in a play-off at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California.

After almost undoing all of two days of work in the span of two holes, American Nelly Korda on Saturday regrouped with a sold back nine to hold on to a share of the lead after three rounds of the ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage, Calif.

The 22-year-old American - who began the day one stroke ahead of Chun In-gee, of South Korea, and Sweden's Madelene Sagstrom - made five birdies and holed putts from 20 feet on the 2nd and 25 feet on the 3rd to remain bogey free across the round.

On the playoff hole, a replay of 18, Henderson missed her birdie putt while Lee sank her own birdie putt for the win. Please be totally notified concerning the dangers and expenses connected with trading the monetary markets, it is among the riskiest financial investment types possible. Meanwhile, Korda played the hole as three-shooter and her two pars effectively lost her the tournament.

Before Lee Mi-rim took the traditional champion's leap into Poppie's Pond on Sunday, she had just wiped away tears in her eyes following a dramatic win. With a victory, Lee took home prize money of $465,000 and her first-ever major title on the LPGA Tour.

Lee hit a handsome fairway metal that led to her up-and-down for birdie.

It was talked about all week, and the chalet in a normal year has blocked shots hit too hard.

Lee chipped in for birdie on No. 6. She missed, and was left with a chip shot for her third shot.

The top three returned to the 18th tee for the play-off, and Korda was again forced to lay up after pulling her drive into rough, while Henderson went for the green in two but only narrowly cleared the water at the front of the putting surface. Korda held onto the lead at the 17th with an 2m par putt, and that set up the big finish on the 18th. She closed with two birdies on her last three holes for a 69 to finish two shots out of the playoff. "I felt like I missed a lot of putts, especially the final round where I feel like maybe it could have been a different story". But she birdied the 16th and 18th to at least give herself a chance. "Didn't hit a really good shot on No. 18 off the tee both times, so that's what got me in trouble".

Jordanstown native Meadow, went into the third round eight shots off the lead, is now tied for 36th along with seven other players, including England's former Women's Open champion Georgia Hall.

Her victory spared more conversation about the blue wall behind the 18th green, which the tournament erected in place of a hospitality chalet that was not needed this year because there were no spectators.



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