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Golf Australia Express : Issue 17
CATRIONA MATTHEW, 42, celebrated her fourth LPGA Tour victory with a four-shot win at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico. The Scot closed with a 1-under 71 for a 12-under total around Guadalajara Country Club. The 2009 British Open Champion has had a stellar season that has included a Ladies Scottish Open win in August and an impressive performance at the Solheim Cup in September. Matthew headed co-second- round leader Anna Nordqvist from Sweden and defending champion I.K. Kim from Korea, who shot 71 to finish the event at 8-under. With the win Matthew took home $200,000 and moved to 15th on the money list. “I’m absolutely delighted,” Matthew said. “I don’t think it’s quite sunk inyet.Igotofftoagood start and hung in there. I’m so exhausted at the moment, but I’m sure I will pick up after a margarita.” OTG ITWAS almost renamed the Singa-pour Open, such was the amount of rain during the event. In the end it was Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño—after another rain delay—who birdied the second playoff hole to defeat Thailand’s Juvic Pagunsan at the Barclays Singapore Open at Sentosa Golf Club. Both men finished at 14-under but had to return Monday to complete their playoff after torrential rain forced play to be suspended. It was the 31-year-old Spaniard’s fifth European Tour title. The win moved Fernandez-Castaño’s world ranking to 58, having been at 188 three months ago. “It has been a great relief, especially the way I played yesterday—having a four- shot lead and spoiling it all,” he said. “It has been a tough year andIgotamonkeyoffmy back. It has been three years without a victory and it means a lot to me.” OTG WHAT JUST HAPPENED ON THE LPGA TOUR WHAT JUST HAPPENED ON THE EUROPEAN TOUR WRAP QUICK WRAP QUICK FINAL STANDINGS 1 CATRIONA MATTHEW SCO -12 $200,000 T2 I.K.KIM KOR -8 $89,247 T2 ANNA NORDQVIST SWE -8 $89,247 T4 HEE KYUNG SEO KOR -5 $47,670 T4 AI MIYAZATO JPN -5 $47,670 T4 JULI INKSTER USA -5 $47,670 7 SUZANN PETTERSEN NOR -4 $32,000 8 MARIA HJORTH SWE -3 $28,036 T9 BRITTANY LANG USA -2 $23,127 T9 MICHELLE WIE USA -2 $23,127 T9 PAULA CREAMER USA -2 $23,127 ALL MATTHEW IN MEXICO GONZO REIGNS IN SINGAPORE FINAL STANDINGS 1 GONZALO FDEZ-CASTANO SPN -14 € 720,877 2 JUVIC PAGUNSAN THA -14 € 480,580 T3 ANTHONY KIM USA -13 € 243,512 T3 LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN RSA -13 € 243,512 T5 DANNY LEE NZL -12 € 154,844 T5 JOOST LUITEN NED -12 € 154,844 T5 EDOARDO MOLINARI ITA -12 € 154,844 8 JAMES MORRISON ENG -11 € 108,131 T9 TJAART VAN DER WALT RSA -10 € 91,696 T9 JUSTIN ROSE ENG -10 € 91,696