Leading from the first to the last lap, the South Korean retains the trophy already won last season and signs her 10th victory on the American Tour.
South Korean Jin-young Ko won the Cognizant Founders Cup in New Jersey (United States) on Sunday for the second time in her career. The former world number one flew over the tournament, where she had already won in 2019. She took the lead in the first round with a -8 under par, never to let go.
This is his 10th career victory on the LPGA Tour, the third in three months. Jin-young Ko (26) is currently very fit as she remains on a series of fourteen laps under the 70, which constitutes a record tied on the American women’s tour.
Among the French, Céline Boutier (-5) finished in 19th position thanks to a last card of 68. The recent winner of the ShopRite Classic is in the company of the world No. 1 Nelly Korda in the standings. For Perrine Delacour, in contact with the best the first three days, the 4th and last lap in 75 was fatal. The native of Aisne who now lives in the United States was demoted to 33rd place.