Women’s British Open 2012 at Royal Liverpool

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Jiyai Shin won for the second week in a row after a nine-shot romp Sunday at the Women's British Open.
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Shin finished just as the sun was setting on Hoylake.
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Paula Creamer made two birdies and an eagle in the last four holes to finish third.
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Despite an 82 in the final round, Karrie Webb tied for fifth.
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Michelle Wie shot a 79 in the final round to tie for 13th.
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Jiyai Shin made six birdies and an eagle Saturday to build a five-shot lead after two rounds. Since play was canceled Friday due to high winds, the third and fourth rounds will be played on Sunday.
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Paula Creamer made four birdies and four bogeys for a 72.
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Yani Tseng had a good round going until a double bogey on 17. She finished with a 72.
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Michelle Wie shot a two-under 70 to easily make the cut.
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Ai Miyazato shot a 72 to finish at one under par.
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Lydia Ko, 15, is currently tied for sixth after a one-under 71.
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The second round was called off Friday at the Women's British Open due to wind gusts reaching 60 mph on the Royal Liverpool course.
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Some players began play in the morning, including Cristie Kerr. The scores they recorded before play was called off were declared "null and void" and wiped out.
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Cristie Kerr had her ball blown off the tee three times at the 12th.
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With the wind moving their balls on the green, Kerr and Suzann Pettersen pleaded their case to a rules official. Play was eventually canceled.
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Paula Creamer got off to a solid start at the Women's British Open, shooting a first-round 73.
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Creamer sits three back of co-leaders Haeji Kang and So Yeon Ryu.
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Creamer, who has not won since the 2010 U.S. Open, lost last week's Kingsmill Championship in a playoff.
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She and the rest of the field are competing this week at storied Royal Liverpool in England, site of Tiger Woods's 2006 British Open victory.
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Yani Tseng, who has won the last two Women's British Opens, shot a 72.
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Fifteen-year-old amateur Lydia Ko also had a 72.
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In August, Ko became the youngest LPGA winner ever when she won the CN Canadian Women's Open.
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Michelle Wie shot a 75 in the first round.
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Suzann Pettersen had a 76 on Thursday.
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Despite her score, Pettersen is only six shots behind the leaders.
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Natalie Gulbis fired a 73.
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Melissa Reid struggled to a five-over 77.