ISPS Handa Vic Open finals are an unwanted day. Leading two rounds on the 8th and 9th of February, Kaufman looked bad with 78. His position slipped to T.8 with a total of 4-under par 285 only. Starting the finals with birdies, Kaufman had a great chance of winning his first title on the LPGA. However, the disaster for him began to appear after the par on the second hole. Bogey-bogey-double bogey has a bad color score between holes 3-5. Meanwhile, check out the finest bangkok golf course as well.
His position is not possible to win the title. Especially when moving to the back nine, Kaufman added three other bogeys to finish 6-over 78.
For this result, Kaufman still sees the positive side of the round. Through the process of the Q-Series and Miss CUT in 13 tournaments so far, Kaufman has re-picked the Top-10th of his career in the LPGA.
“My first two days were very aggressive and made lots of birdies. But, it is indeed a bit slack in the last two days, “Kaufman said. “Although as a result, I learned a lot about personal self-control in the last flight. I feel nervous affecting my putt, and I need to improve it in the future. I think, the more opportunities given in the last flight, I’m sure the LPGA title can get closer. “
Kemp’s Impressive Results
Playing in the second flight from the most recent, Sarah Kemp gave a beautiful score for the Australian contingent on the last day. Starting from a double-bogey 6, Kemp shot a lot of birdies for 7-under 65.
Five of them he made in a row between 4-8 holes. The rest, Kemp received 4 birdies on the back nine to match his best score at Jamie Farr Owens Cornic Classic 2010.
With the score impossible in conditions that rarely look under-par, Kemp surged 35 places to second in the final standings.
“I think this is one of the hard days to forget. On the one hand, I also did not expect to be able to score as low as this, “Kemp said. “Today I only think of playing patiently and chanting with respect to whatever the results will be. There is a smell of luck here. “