Canadian Henderson wins LOTTE Championship

Canadian Brooke Henderson takes lead at Lotte Championship

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Brooke Henderson remained bogey-free Thursday to take the second-round lead in the Lotte Championship.

Instead, she had to be satisfied with barely hanging onto the lead.

Then again, so did almost every other player.

American Mo Martin, who had started the final round one off the pace, saw her challenge evaporate with a nightmare six-over-par 78.

Five strokes ahead early on the back nine, Henderson four-putted the par-3 16th for a double bogey and bogeyed the par-4 18th at Ko Olina.

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For the final two days of the Lotte Championship, it was pretty clear that the only player who could beat Brooke Henderson was Brooke Henderson. "On my back nine I started to not be as aggressive, kind of laid back a little bit. That's always a bad way to be, especially when you're still leading the tournament".

Hataoka won the 2016 Japan Women's Open Championship, becoming the first amateur - and youngest - to win a Japan LPGA major. She parred her final 11 holes.

"The wind was totally the opposite". Lindberg shot 68 and Park had a 69. "Some holes I was going into the wind I couldn't really judge the distances".

"It's frustrating how I couldn't play like I hoped to".

Even top-ranked Shanshan Feng struggled.

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The 30-year-old from Malaga began slowly with four straight pars, but grabbed her first birdie of the day on the par-five fifth hole.

But the Spaniard was unable to add to her birdie spree in the closing holes, leaving her in the clubhouse waiting to see if Henderson would falter.

She called it a "big oops" on Friday the 13th.

"Mentally I was in a great spot this week", Henderson said.

It was Munoz's best finish in more than four years. "I missed a couple putts, which you could argue that mentally I wasn't there because of a couple mishits, but I think to recover from that and kind of put it in the past and then go out and make some more birdies". "I know it kind of affected my whole country".

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The $2 million LPGA Tour event ends Saturday. Bernhard Langer shot 67, and Gene Sauers and Scott Parel followed at 68. The nine-time PGA Tour victor birdied all four par-5 holes in a bogey-free round.

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