2009 Evian Masters: Photos

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Final round of Evian Masters Japan's Ai Miyazato won her first LPGA event Sunday at the Evian Masters.
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Michelle Wie shot a two-under 70 to move into a tie for 23rd place at three under.
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Anja Monke made two birdies in her last seven holes to save par for the round.
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Second Round at the 2009 Evian Masters Ai Miyazato of Japan shot 66 to move into a tie for the lead with Becky Brewerton and Na Yeon Choi at nine under.
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Becky Brewerton of Wales shares a piece of the lead.
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Na Yeon Choi has yet to earn a victory on the LPGA Tour but is trying to change that in Evian.
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Paula Creamer had a strong outing on Friday ending with a five-under 67, putting her only two shots back of the leaders.
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After a disappointing 73 on Thursday, five birdies helped Wie score a two-under 70 which moved her into into a tie for 35th.
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Anja Monke of Germany showed hustle, but shot 74 to finish at one over par.
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Creamer has six top-ten finishes this year and is eighth on the LPGA money list.
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Creamer is looking for her ninth career Tour victory and her first of the 2009 season.
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Paula Creamer continued to keep pace just behind the leaders, ending tied for seventh place at nine under.
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Miyazato birdied the first playoff hole to beat Sophie Gustafson.
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Former Evian Masters champion Paula Creamer finished four strokes off the lead.
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At 13 under par, Cristie Kerr finished one stroke short of making the playoff.
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Michelle Wie shot 70 to finish up at five under par.
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Third Round at the 2009 Evian Masters Sophie Gustafson shot a five-under 67 on Saturday to move into a three-way tie for the lead at 12 under.
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In-Kyung Kim is tied with Gustafson at the top of the leaderboard along with Becky Brewerton.
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Cristie Kerr matched Gustafson's 67 to move to 11 under for the tournament, just one shot back from the lead.
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Maria Verchenova is 12 shots away from the lead sitting at three over for the tournament.