Final Round of the U.S. Women's Open
While the rest of the field struggled in their final rounds at Interlachen, Inbee Park became the youngest winner of the U.S. Women's Open by closing with a 2-under 71.
2 of 11Mike Ehrmann/SI
Mi Hyun Kim, who double bogeyed the par-5 eighth hole, finished at three under par.
3 of 11Fred Vuich/SI
Stacy Lewis, who made her professional debut at Interlachen, dropped back to four under par after shooting 78 on Sunday.
4 of 11Fred Vuich/SI
Teresa Lu had three-straight bogeys on the back nine and finished at two under par.
5 of 11Mike Ehrmann/SI
Amateur Maria Jose Uribe finished at two under par.
6 of 11Mike Ehrmann/SI
Angela Park finished five strokes off the lead after a final-round 73.
7 of 11Mike Ehrmann/SI
Helen Alfredsson was alone in second place at five under par.
8 of 11Mike Ehrmann/SI
Annika Sorenstam finished 12 strokes off the lead in her final U.S. Open appearance.
9 of 11Fred Vuich/SI
Creamer was five over in her final round to end the tournament at three under par.
10 of 11Fred Vuich/SI
Paula Creamer fell out of contention after two double bogeys and two bogeys on the front nine.
11 of 11Mike Ehrmann/SI
In-Kyung Kim finished five strokes off the lead at four under par.
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