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Park Sung-Hyun wins US Women’s Open

BEDSMINSTER, New Jersey — South Korea's Park Sung-Hyun won her first major golf title Sunday, firing her second consecutive five-under par 67 to capture the US Women's Open as US President Donald Trump watched.
Park, the event's seventh South Korean winner in 10 years, finished 72 holes at Trump National on 11-under 277 to defeat 17-year-old South Korean amateur Choi Hye-Jin by two strokes.
"I am excited and happy," Park said through a translator. "It feels unreal to a certain extent."
Deadlocked for the lead with Choi, Park sank a six-foot birdie putt at the par-four 17th, the fourth and final birdie of the round on the day's hardest hole, then moments later chipped inches from the cup and tapped in at the par-five 18th to end it.

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