"I'm very happy with that". She said at least three tests over that span came back positive and she needed at least another month and a half after her first negative to truly start to feel completely healthy. The US Women's Open in December will be the final major of 2020. She was 5-shots ahead of runner-up and fellow countrywoman Park Inbee.
"I'd be lying if I said I don't think about it, but it's just too insane to think something big like that, in the history of golf, history of this championship, is going to maybe have a slim chance of happening to me", Park said. "It was a major that I really wanted", Kim was quoted as saying. She was the No. 1 ranked amateur at Wake Forest and won the 2018 NCAA Division I Golf Championship. Her four-day total winning score of 14-under-par, 266, allowed Kim to set the championship scoring record. "That's how a champion plays a final round, so it was good to see that".
Ko is now in a six-way tie for 19th following a four-over 74 which featured four bogeys and a double bogey at Aronimink Golf Club in Pennsylvania.
"I kept checking the leaderboard". "That creates that opportunity of really tough up-and-downs". With ten wins entering the tournament, Kim had more wins than any other active female player without a major under her belt. One member of the gallery - in this instance, roughly 75 officials, photographers and course stragglers - even said "she made it".
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Of the six courses played since the new deal came into effect only one - Westchester Country Club - was without prior major credentials.
Kim later said saving par on the second hole was a key moment of her round.
Kim posted two top-10s in her first two tournaments of this season in January. 'Stuck to my game plan' Starting the day with a two-stroke edge, Kim was among those with an early wake-up call as leaders went out in the 10th trio off the first tee in the morning rather than in the final group in a unique start format.
After securing the deal with a short par putt on 18, Kim raised both her hands in the air, fist-pumping toward the sky. "I stuck to my game plan", Kim said. "I didn't want to play like this was my final round but just stick to my momentum that I've played all week, so that worked out". Back-to-back birdies at the par-4 13th and par-3 14th stretched her advantage and Kim added another pair at the par-5 16th and by curling in a 10-foot putt at the par-3 17th to put her in record territory.