Su Oh has been consistent on the LPGA in 2019. Image: Getty
Su Oh in Australia has continued her strong LPGA Tour season with a T13 finish at the BMW Ladies Championship in Busan, South Korea, not far from where she spent the first few years of her life.
Melburnian Oh, who emigrated with her parents when she was seven, played some of her best golf this week, although she had a disappointing final round.
Starting with just two shots from the lead, the 23-year-old Oh was hurried in and eventually struggled to a two-over par 74, causing the American Danielle Kang and the Korean Hana Jang to challenge a play-off for the win.
Oh has earned more than $ 500,000 this season without victories but two second places, at the ISPS Handa Vic Open and the Meijer LPGA Classic. Together with Minjee Lee and Hannah Green, she will be among the top players to contest the Florida touring championship next month.
Lee was a shot further back in a draw for 16th place in Busan, while Green closed strongly with a 69 to finish T38e.
AUSTRALIAN Stephanie Na is in 78th place after four rounds of the LPGA Tour school in Pinehurst in North Carolina. On two-over par, Na is just within the cutline of 80 players that are made after six rounds of the 144-hole touring marathon in 2020.