End of famine for Lydia Ko who pockets Lotte’s LPGA Championship. The former world number one is seven times ahead of her closest competitor after 65 in the last round in Hawaii. New Zealander Lydia Co put an end to three years of scarcity on the LPGA circuit by winning the LOTT Championship, Hawaii, thanks to the last round completed at 65 (-7). Former world number one, who won two of the Grand Slams, thus won her 16th title on the LPGA circuit, the first since her Mediheal success in 2018. Lydia Ko “There were times when I wondered if I would one day be back in a circuit. The winners “New Zealand has left no chance for its competitors. South Koreans, Park N-B, Kim Si Young, Ireland’s Leona Maguire and American Nelly Korda, who share second place, fell with seven strikes. “ There were times when I wondered if I would ever get back into the winner’s circle. ”Koo said, second in recent weeks at Gainbridge LPGA and ANA Inspiration. “ When you are in this situation and cannot do it, you are skeptical “, The previous teenage miracle who will celebrate her 24th birthday in a week has been added.” I kept implementing my game plan, and I think that proves that was the right thing to do. “Koo continued, touched a lot after her last throw. Céline Herbin, the only survivor of the trichromatic slash, finished her championship in 69th after a final card of 75 for a total of 6 below par. Berenne Delacour had not passed the wound.