Round 4 of the Longs Drugs Challenge
In-Kyung Kim of South Korea finished 10 under to win the Longs Drug Challenge on Sunday. It was her first LPGA victory.
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Juli Inkster was also at two under par.
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Lorena Ochoa shot an opening-round 2-under 70.
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Paula Creamer, who won last week's Samsung World Championship, eagled the par-5 ninth hole, but she also made two double bogeys to shoot 74.
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Round 1 at the Longs Drugs Challenge
Nearly five months pregnant, Sweden's Maria Hjorth shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead with Michele Redman in the LPGA Tour's Longs Drugs Challenge.
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After shooting an opening-round 66, Michele Redman's 75 left her at three under and five shots behind Kim.
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Mollie Fankhauser shot 68 and is in second, one shot behind Kim.
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South Korea's In-Kyung Kim shot a 3-under 69 to take a one-stroke lead.
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Round 2 of the LPGA Long Drugs Challenge
Firm greens, a challenging course and high winds combined to make scoring tough at the Blackhawk Country Club in Danville, California Friday.
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Mollie Fankhauser was two under through nine holes Saturday, but three back-nine bogeys left her one over for the day and in a tie for third.
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Lorena Ochoa's day started with an uncharacteristic double bogey on the opening hole. She posted a 74 and is seven shots off the lead.
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Although she was bundled up against the wind and chilly temperatures, Angela Stanford's game remained hot as she shot 67. She is one stroke behind Kim.
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Round 3 of the Longs Drugs Challenge
On another windy day in Danville, Calif., In-Kyung Kim maintained her composure, and her lead, at the Longs Drugs Challenge. The South Korean shot 69 to lower her overall score to 11 under.
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Angela Stanford after chipping in for birdie on No. 10. She finished second at seven under.
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Lorena Ochoa finished alone in fourth at four under par.
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Paula Creamer finished three over, well behind the leaders.
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The 20-year-old Kim, in her second season on the tour, birdied the final two holes and earned $180,000.
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Defending champ Suzann Pettersen, right, played with Morgan Pressel. Pettersen is two back of the leaders at four under.
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