“I mean, I played great this week. I felt like it wasn’t really meant to be, “he said Anna Nordqvist who finished second at –18. “Back nine did a lot of good putts; they just didn’t go in. Two bad units that killed me a little. “
While the eight-time LPGA Tour winner may not have won, he certainly fought well, putting pressure on him Austin Ernst until the final hole. Over the three days, Nordqvist posted 20 birdies and 32 pars hitting 30 on 39 fairways and 48 on 54 greens.
With her game where she wants it to be, the Swedish golfer is already thinking about the next event: the ANA Inspiration.
“Many positives this week. Even today it seemed to me that I had done many good things. It just didn’t have to be.
The last two weeks have been a bit difficult, so I’m glad things are moving in the right direction. “
CME GROUP CARES CHALLENGE – SCORE 1 FOR ST. JUDE
The CME Group Cares Challenge is a season-long charitable giving program that turns aces into donations. The CME Group donated $ 20,000 for every hole-in-one made on the LPGA Tour in 2019, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $ 500,000 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which is at the forefront of how the world understands. , treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
There were no holes in one at the 2020 Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G. The 2020 season saw five aces, totaling $ 100,000 donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
The 2019 LPGA Tour season saw 32 aces from 31 different players, for a total of $ 620,000. This covers more than the average cost of $ 425,000 needed to treat a pediatric cancer patient.