Danielle Kang won the 2017 PGA Women's Championship – D Kang (USA); -14 L Ko (NZ), J Ewart Shadoff (Eng); -13 M Lee (Aus); -8 Y Lui (Chi), M Alex, E Talley, A Lee (all US) Selected others: -6 S Meadow (NI); +5 C Thomas (Eng) Full Classification
The English Jodi Ewart Shadoff finished second in the Marathon Classic next to Lydia Ko, whose dramatic late collapse allowed Danielle Kang to win the title with one shot.
23-year-old Ko from New Zealand had a five-shot six-hole lead to play at Highland Meadows, Ohio.
But she hit two bogeys and a double bogey on the last one to place a two-over-par 73, finishing 14 under overall.
] American Kang & # 39; s three-under 68 saw her win the title at 15 under.
"My caddy looked at me and said," You're good at it, "said Kang, 27, who also last week won the Drive On Championship the first LPGA Tour event since the end of the coronavirus.
"I looked at him and said," I'm five down with six holes to go ", but I kinda liked that mentality, I made got in some good birdies and kept it together. "
Ewart Shadoff, 32, hit a four-under-67 at Ko, who had been heading the night by four shots, to come second.