Boutierre wins Maybank Championship after nine overtime games

Boutierre wins Maybank Championship after nine overtime games

Celine Boutier (FRA) won the Maybank Championship, a new event on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, after a nail-biting ninth round.

Boutierre shaved eight strokes off her fourth round total to reach 21-under-par 267 on Monday at the par-72 Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club in Malaysia, where she was tied with Ataya Thittitjerin (Thailand).

The tournament, which was interrupted by lightning, did not decide a winner until the ninth round.

Boutierre sank a birdie putt on the par-3 15th hole to beat Thititjerin, who had to settle for par, for her fourth win of the season and sixth of her career.

The previous longest playoff on the LPGA Tour was a 10th-round playoff at the 1972 Civiton Open in Corpus Christi, but that record was set over two days.

The Maybank Championship is the first time a winner 안전카지노사이트 has been crowned after nine rounds played in a single day.

The 2012 Kingsmill Championship also featured an extended ninth round match between Ji-Ae Shin and Paula Creamer. However, they were unable to finish the day and moved on to the next day, with Shin winning the title.

Kim made an impressive charge on the final day, but was unable to break into the top 10.

Kim played aggressively with one eagle and six birdies, but a double bogey and one bogey dropped her five strokes.

With a final total of 12-under par 276, Kim finished the tournament in a tie for 15th place.

Kim Se-young, who led by three strokes after the third round, dropped five strokes to tie for 20th (10-under 278).

Ko Jin-young also finished tied for 20th alongside Kim, while Choi Hye-jin finished tied for 29th (9-under par 279). 카지노사이트

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