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South Korea’s So Yeon Ryu did not utterly finish off her initial week as universe series one in style, stumbling with 4 late bogeys during a KPMG Women’s PGA Championship on Sunday, though pronounced she would be prepared to plea during this month’s U.S Open.
Starting a day 5 strokes off a lead, she picked adult 3 birdies on a front 9 to pierce into contention, though a three-putt spook from inside 10 feet during a 13th hole valid to be a branch indicate as her plea petered out.
Ryu carded a one-ver-par 72 to finish equal 14th during four-under 280, 9 strokes behind American leader Danielle Kang during Olympia Fields.
It was a unsatisfactory finish to a week that started with her caddie Tom Watson being presented with a rite series one immature bib on a initial tee on Thursday.
Ryu pronounced her new standing during a tip of a women’s diversion did not make her feel any opposite once she had teed off.
“Before a contest we suspicion it unequivocally was going to be opposite though as shortly as we started a contest all felt a same,” she told Reuters.
“A lot of people entertaining for me, (saying) congratulations series one, that was a usually special part.”
Her gallery on Sunday was a biggest of a week, if usually since she was interconnected with American Michelle Wie, who finished tied for 20th and is still a biggest captivate for U.S. fans.
Despite her late fade, Ryu spoke quietly about a state of her diversion streamer into a subsequent major, a U.S. Women’s Open during Trump National in Bedminster, New Jersey in dual weeks’ time.
“I could not see any bad side about my game,” she said. “I consider it (was) only unequivocally unlucky, so if we have some good rest subsequent week we consider I’m going to be prepared for another major.”