2009 U.S. Women’s Open

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Final Round of the U.S. Women's Open Eun Hee Ji made a huge birdie putt on the final hole at Saucon Valley to win the LPGA major.
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Paula Creamer birdied 18 to finish one stroke off the lead.
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Lorena Ochoa started the day tied for second, but she tumbled down the leaderboard after a 79.
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Alexis Thompson, a 14-year-old amateur, is only five strokes behind the leader.
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Jean Reynolds made three birdies and four bogeys for a 72.
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Kraft Nabisco Championship winner Brittany Lincicome shot a one-over 72.
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Morgan Pressel shot a four-over 75.
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First round of the U.S. Women's Open Lorena Ochoa shot a two-under 69. She's one stroke off the lead.
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Na Yeon Choi has the lead at three under par.
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Cristie Kerr made only one bogey in her opening 69.
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Despite opening with back-to-back bogeys, Christina Kim is only four strokes back at one over par.
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Paula Creamer missed a birdie putt on the seventh, and went on to shoot 72.
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Second Round of the U.S. Women's Open Cristie Kerr, the 2007 U.S. Women's Open champion, leads by one after a one-under 70.
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After winning the first major of the year, Brittany Lincicome is in position for another top 10.
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Suzann Pettersen made a double bogey on 11, but she recovered with two birdies to post a 72.
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Five bogeys dropped Cristie Kerr out of the lead. She finished two strokes back.
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Paula Creamer improved upon her disappointing 79 on Saturday, but still came up short. She shot a two-under 69.
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Ji's birdie kept her out of a playoff with Candie Kung. Kung finished at one over par.
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Brittany Lincicome, who earlier this year won the Kraft Nabisco, finished three strokes short of her second major title.
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Morgan Pressel shot 73 on Sunday to finish at seven over par.
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Suzann Pettersen birdied 18 to finish at four over par for the tournament.
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Futures Tour player Jean Reynolds quickly fell out of contention with three bogeys on the front. She ended up eight over par.
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Third Round of the U.S. Women's Open Cristie Kerr extended her lead to two shots after a one-over 72.
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Paula Creamer fell from second place to a tie for 17th after a 79.
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Eun Hee Ji moved into second place after a one-under 70.
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Morgan Pressel made five birdies and three bogeys for a two-under 69.
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Two birdies and two bogeys left Anna Nordqvist at even par.