Natalie Gulbis started the day four shots behind Julie Inkster. Gulbis started well with birdies at the first, sixth and ninth holes.
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Gulbis shot a final-round 70 to finish at four under. Jang Jeong birdied the last hole to force a playoff with Gulbis.
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In the playoff, Gulbis two-putted from 25 feet for birdie and the win. "Fortunately, it ended about a foot away and I tapped it in," Gulbis said. "I wouldn't have wanted it to be much farther than that."
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It took six years, but Gulbis finally got her first win.
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Gulbis was sprayed with champagne by Christina Kim after she won.
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Gulbis, who won $450,000, gave part of the credit for her win to a back injury two months ago that forced her to take a month off and make some adjustments.
"I had to change my golf swing because of my injury," she said. "I was kind of thinking this might be a blessing in disguise."
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