South Korea's Kim In Kyung will be hoping to arrive in Ontario, Canada with a fifth LPGA title to her name.
"I definitely want to become number one at some point, and I'm working really hard for that as well". "I always look for a higher level instead of just make a cut".
Creamer said being on the clock was distracting.
"You know, I really prepared for this, I really didn't expect it right away, but I knew my game was better than past year", Kim said, after claiming her fifth LPGA Tour victory.
"I really prepared for this summer and I really didn't expect it right away but I knew my game was better than a year ago, so that's really all I could ask for", she said in a greenside interview, a broad smile on her face after being drenched in champagne. Couldn't get my wedges in close at all, so I spent a lot of time on the range afterward just working on my wedge game.
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Kvitova threw her racket in frustration after she double-faulted on match point, but the players warmly embraced at the net. Open's fourth-round to Lucas Pouille of France. " She's going to call me 'favorite aunt, '" the 36-year-old said.
Despite not playing this week's Shoprite LPGA Classic in New Jersey, Thai golfer, Ariya Jutanugarn, has climbed to the top of the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings for the first time and in doing so becomes the first Thai golfer of either gender to do so.
But she fired back-to-back rounds of three-over 74 to miss the second-round cut in the 54-hole tournament, where her compatriot Kim In-Kyung and American Paula Creamer shared the 36-hole lead. Ko, also skipping the event, was guaranteed to lose the top spot to Jutanugarn or Ryu, and Jutanugarn got the position when Ryu failed to finish solo third or better.
Kim enjoyed a two-shot swing at the 10th with her birdie and Creamer's bogey. "I hit a lot of good quality shots, but I hit a lot of poor quality shots, too". I was hoping I would play better, but I couldn't.
Creamer, who nearly won this tournament 13 years ago as an amateur, was one shot off the lead when she made the turn. Nordqvist, two-time defending champion, also carded a two-under 69. "Got in between yardages on both 16 and 18, but I was in contention and I'm happy". This was Kim's first LPGA win in the United States since 2009, for her two previous wins had come in Mexico and China.
Stacy Lewis followed an opening 67 with a 72 to drop into a tie for 19th at 3 under.
The 21-year-old won five LPGA tournaments last year.