2009 HSBC Women’s Champions

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Final Round of the HSBC Women's Champions Jiyai Shin, who was five-strokes back at the start of the round, shot a 6-under 66 to win by two strokes.
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Mi Hyun Kim's 68 was the lowest score posted on Friday. She is in third place after two rounds.
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Lorena Ochoa's drive on the 10th hold found the fairway, but the world's No. 1 struggled and shot 73 to finish the day tied for 11th.
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a 2-under 70 helped move Suzann Pettersen moved into a tie for 11th.
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Natalie Gulbis made par on the ninth hole, but her 1-over par 73 left her tied for 20th.
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HSBC Women's Champions: Round 1 After a bogey on the first hole, Paula Creamer made six birdies to finish in a three-way tie for the lead.
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Creamer shot a 67 despite having food poisoning.
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Lorena Ochoa made three birdies and no bogeys for a 69.
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Natalie Gulbis made four birdies and two bogeys for a 2-under 70.
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Jane Park made five birdies to move into a tie for the lead.
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Jane Park started the day tied with Creamer and also shot 71. As the co-leaders, will be paired together on Saturday.
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HSBC Women's Champions: Round 2 Paula Creamer 71 on Friday gave her a share of the lead going into the weekend.
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Katherine Hull made three bogeys and a double bogey to lose her lead. She finished at nine under par.
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HSBC Women's Champions: Round 3 Paula Creamer started the day with a share of the lead, but she fell five shots behind after an even-par 72.
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Angela Park finished at eight under after a final-round 68.
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Paula Creamer missed a par putt on the 18th hole, and finished three strokes off the lead.
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Defending champion Lorena Ochoa shot 70 to finish at seven under.
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Katherine Hull made seven birdies and a bogey to surge into the lead.
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Angela Stanford has already won this year, and she will start the final round two shots behind Hull.
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Lorena Ochoa finished six shots off the lead after a 69.
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Juli Inkster made four birdies and a bogey for a 69.
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Angela Park is tied with Jane Park and Creamer for the lead.More Photos from the HSBC Women's Champions • LPGA stars walk down the catwalk at gala dinner