Ko & # 039; s record bogey-free run ends after 114 holes

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Ko Jin-young won the CP Women & Open without dropping a shot during her run

The bogey-free streak of world number one Ko Jin-young finished after 114 holes in the Portland Classic.

The run of the South Korean, which the LPGA thinks is the longest, beats the PGA Tour record of 110 bogey-free holes set by Tiger Woods in 2000.

Ko, 24, missed a three-foot putt for par on the ninth at Columbia Edgewater during a four-under-par 68 opening.

She last dropped a shot in the second hole of the third round of the Women & # 39; s British Open on 3 August.

"It's cool. I want to do it again – 115 holes hopelessly bogey-hopefully & # 39 ;, said Ko after the Thursday round.

However, she admitted she was partial released from the pressure to continue her run.

"I am free. I can concentrate more on my shot and not even think of it: & # 39; Oh, bogey, bogey, no, & # 39; "she added.

After the third t the British Open , Ko went through the CP Women & # 39; s Open without dropping a shot and won with five strokes.

She started her opening round in the Portland Classic with four straight pars, an eagle and two birdies, before he dropped the shot – the only stain on her score card.

Ko is four shots at South Korea's joint leader Hur Mi-jung and Hannah Green.

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