Surprise leader after the first round, South African Paula Reto (-19) finally managed to win in Canada at the CP Women’s Open to win her first career LPGA title. The 32-year-old returned a 67 with five birdies for a small bogey on Sunday. Her point lead at the start over Nelly Korda (-18) made the difference since the American also played 67 with, this time, a more irregular card (five birdies, one eagle, three bogeys). South Korea’s Hye-Jin Choi (69) ties for second at -18. Behind, Lydia Ko (-17) and A-lim Kim (-16) complete the top 5.
Roussin-Bouchard 45th and first French
After a disappointing third round (72), the Frenchwoman Pauline Roussin-Bouchard played under par this Sunday to seek a top 50. With a first leg completed in 31, “PRB” could have hoped for better but she committed three bogeys on the return. His 69 makes him take the 45th final place. For her part, Perrine Delacour, the only other Habs to have passed the cut in Ottawa, missed her last round with a 76 (+5). She finished in the par total in 68th place.