Performance Spotlight: Na Yeon Choi at U.S. Women's Open

PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT: NA YEON CHOI


Let’s hear it for NYC! Na Yeon Choi progressively closed the gap with Paula Creamer as final round progressed at the U.S. Women's Open. Choi shot a final-round 66 which included one eagle, four birdies and one bogey. Choi began Sunday’s final round in a tie for 13th and finished the tournament tied for second alongside Rolex Rankings No. 4 Suzann Pettersen.

"Well, no, I didn't think about try win. I just played one shot at a time, and, you know, I tried focus on my game. I think I did my best today."

"Actually, I got confidence from last week. I got win last week, so, you know, I play with confidence and, you know, try hard."

"My putter works pretty well today, but I wouldn't say that was the only reason I played so well today. I was able to hit the fairway fairly regularly and able to get the ball on the green most of the time, so I think it was a pretty good overall day. "

 


Fairways
Greens
Sand
Saves
Drive Avg.
Putts
GIR Putts


1
9 (.643)
13 (.722)
0 / 0
250.0
37
28/2.15
2
8 (.571)
14 (.778)
1 / 1 (1.0)
235.0
32
27/1.93
3
7 (.500)
13 (.722)
1 / 1 (1.0)
241.0
33
26/2.00
4
11 (0.786)
14 (.778)
0 / 0
249.0
28
24/1.71
Total
35 (.625)
54 (.75)
2 / 2 (1.0)
130
116
105/1.94

Topics: Choi, Na Yeon, Player Spotlight

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