Broken record: Tseng wins for 11th time in 2011
Monday, October 31, 2011
You can't stop Yani Tseng, you can only hope to contain her.
A week removed from an LPGA victory in her homeland of Taiwan, Tseng picked up her 11th worldwide win of the year, beating the field at the LET's Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open by seven strokes in China.
Tseng, 22, finished with a 6-under 66 to win her 20th title in just four seasons as a professional, as well as her third win in her last four starts.
“It’s very exciting for me today. I played so consistently. I was really patient and made lots of good putts to save par so I am proud of myself to finish six under on Sunday and with no bogeys,” Tseng told LadiesEuropeanTour.com.
Tseng earned a first prize of €45,000.
Sweden's Pernilla Lindberg finished alone in second, while South Africa's Lee-Anne Pace and England's Melissa Reid finished T-3. Reid aided her push for the LET's money title with a final-round 68.
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