South Korean golfer Kim In-kyung has won the Ricoh Women’s British Open, claiming her first LPGA major title.
Kim won the women's British Open by two strokes with a three-round total of 18-under 270 on Sunday at the Kingsbarns Golf Links in Fife, Scotland.
Jodi Ewart Shadoff from England came in second with 16 under par.
[Sound bite: Kim In-kyung, Winner of Women’s British Open (Korean)]
“I feel like I received a great gift. I didn’t expect to win and I felt a lot of pressure with so many people supporting me.”
With the victory, Kim claimed the 487-thousand U.S. dollars top prize. It was also the fourth consecutive week South Koreans won major LPGA events.