Henderson's second shot into the green rolled under the "wall" of fabric-covered scaffolding erected alongside the green at 18.
However, unlike the first meeting, when Denis Shapovalov outduelled Sebastian Korda in the first round of the US Open, and despite one or the other being on top of the leaderboard all afternoon, neither Brooke Henderson nor Nelly Korda, Sebastian's sister, were able to win on Sunday.
Social media was up in arms at seeing the fencing giving players a distinct advantage, with Bunkered's digital editor Michael McEwan posting one of our favourite tweets of the entire year with a tongue-in-cheek post referring to Augusta National's iconic par-3 12th hole.
Maguire, meanwhile, shot an impressive 68 to go three under overall and move into a share of 28th. That could very well have been the end for the Korean golfer, leaving her with a very respectable third place, but Lee wasn't finished yet.
Lee again found the back fringe, this time without the aid of the backstop, and Korda wedged to 15 feet before Henderson got a little heavy-handed with her chip and her ball raced eight feet past. "Mi-rim played great today and so did Nelly". But as co-leaders continued to make birdies, Lee followed doggedly behind with her second birdie of the day on the par-4 sixth, where she chipped in for a birdie.
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"It was a disappointing front nine, but I was really proud of the way I fought on the back nine", Korda said.
The 22-year-old American - who began the day one stroke ahead of Chun In-gee, of South Korea, and Sweden's Madelene Sagstrom - made five birdies and holed putts from 20 feet on the 2nd and 25 feet on the 3rd to remain bogey free across the round.
"The fact is, it has been way too artificial", Hall of Famer Judy Rankin said on the Golf Channel broadcast. Korda, forced to lay up, came away with a par. She closed with two birdies on her last three holes for a 69 to finish two shots out of the playoff. Korda had a two-shot lead with four to play, but it was her tee shots on the 18th, both into deep rough, that kept her from a reasonable chance at birdie in regulation for the win and in the playoff. "I felt like I missed a lot of putts, especially the final round where I feel like maybe it could have been a different story".
Even with world No. 1 Jin Young Ko and U.S. Women's Open champion Jeongeun Lee6 staying home because of travel concerns with the coronavirus, Lee made it 10 consecutive years with a South Korea winning a major. She finished at 8-under 280, setting the tournament record for lowest score by an amateur.