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Anna Nordqvist won play-off at rain-affected Evian Championship
Evian-les-Bains, France--Evian Golf Club
Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist claimed the first women’s major title by a European since 2013 with a play-off victory at the Evian Championship in France.
The Swede mounted a Sunday charge with a 5-under par (66) to come from 5-strokes back of Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn, the 36-hole leader, to force a play-off with Brittany Altomare.
Tied at 9-under (204), the pair returned to the par four, 18th where Nordqvist defeated Altomare with a bogey in the pouring rain and hail to win the Evian Championship.
The event was reduced to 54 holes after Thursday’s opening round was abandoned because of high winds and heavy rain.
Victory comes at the end of a tough few months for Nordqvist after a battle with glandular fever.
"I love competing and I love practising, and staying in bed hasn’t been the most exciting," she said. "My grandpa was always my biggest role model. He always used to tell me to never give up, and that’s what I never did today."
Moriya Jutanugarn, whose former world number one sister Ariya won last year’s British Open, was one shot ahead going into the final round.
The pair would have made LPGA Tour history by becoming the first sisters to win a major, but 23-year-old Moriya drove out of bounds at the 13th and then dropped a shot at the final hole to finish one behind the leaders at 8-under.
-9 A Nordqvist*, B Altomare
-8 L Ko (NZ), K Kirk, Moriya Jutanugarn
-7 Kim Sei-young, S Feng
-6 J Song
-5 Lee Mi-hyang
-4 G Hall, In-Kyung Kim, A Uehara
* Nordqvist won at first play-off hole
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