Found March 03, 2013 on Fox Sports:
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Stacy Lewis became the first American to win on the LPGA Tour this season with her one-shot victory at the HSBC Women's Champions on Sunday. Here are Five Things to know from Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore: 1. Par for the win Lewis entered the final round of the HSBC Women's Champions tied with Na Yeon Choi. Lewis, the 2012 LPGA Player of the Year, had begun to pull away after a 3-under-par 33 on the front nine that included an eagle at the par-5 seventh and a birdie at No. 9. She bogeyed Nos. 15 and 17 on the back. The final round was the first time all week that Lewis played the 18th as a two-shot hole. That decision came after watching compatriot Paula Creamer, who eventually finished third, pull driver. "I saw where Paula Creamer hit her drive past the bunker and I turned to my caddie, and we both at the same time said driver, and I let it rip and that thing got so far down there," Lewis said. Lewis reached the green in two then faced a long eagle putt, w...
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Stacy Lewis shares the lead at the HSBC Women's Champions with Na Yeon Choi after the South Korean birdied the 18th hole in a rain-delayed third round on Saturday. Choi shot a 5-under 67 to go level with the 28-year-old American on 14-under 202. Overnight leader Lewis, the reigning LPGA Player of the Year, had a 69. Paula Creamer, who injured her shoulder in a car accident...
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