Final Round at U.S. Women’s Open

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Cristie Kerr got her 10th career victory Sunday at the U.S. Women's Open. "It was a very, very emotional day and I didn't get off to a great start, hitting it where I did on the first hole, but I managed to muddle through it and get a great chance at birdie, and, wow, there we go," she said.
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Lorena Ochoa finished T2. "I was feeling good, confident with my game, and just at the end things just turned back on me," she said.
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Natalie Gulbis finished the U.S. Women's Open at nine over par.
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Morgan Pressel ended up in the rough on No. 9, but managed a par. She finished T10 at three over par.
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Angela Park went birdie-bogey-birdie on the first three holes. She finished two strokes off the lead in second place.
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"I don't need to be frustrated, I'm just happy to be in this position that I'm giving myself a chance to win my first Major and we still have one more at the end of the year, so I'm going to try to get that one," Ochoa said.
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Se Ri Pak shot a final round 68, finishing T4.