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Brooke Henderson triumphs in her second career major at the Evian Championships

Even though the final round of the Evian Championship in France on Sunday was a mess, Brooke Henderson still won her second major.

At 17-under par, the 24-year-old beat fellow American Sophia Schubert by one stroke. She made up for a bogey and a double bogey to win by one stroke. Henderson became the first Canadian golfer, male or female, to win more than one title. She made history when she won the 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at the age of 18.

Her lead as the best Canadian golfer on the LPGA Tour in terms of wins has grown with her 12th win on the LPGA. After rounds of 64, 64, and 68 on the first three days, Henderson beat the five players tied for third at 15-under with a round of 71, which was even par.

“It was definitely an interesting day … not the start that I wanted,” Henderson said. “I stayed pretty patient, as patient as I could under those circumstances.”

“The saying is that ‘majors are won on the back nine on Sunday’ so I just tried to keep that frame of mind and knew that I was still in it if I could have a solid back.”

The No. 10 golfer in the world had a two-stroke lead going into Sunday, but he got off to a slow start, which let a lot of other golfers pass him.
Schubert took the lead at the 12th hole, but Henderson fought back to tie the American.

In the end, Schubert got away with a birdie putt after her shot went into the woods and hers went into a bunker. Schubert’s putt went around the hole, giving Henderson a chance to make a birdie from 8 feet away.

Brooke Henderson
Henderson celebrates her second major win.

In the end, Henderson won, and as she celebrated, her competitors and her sister Brittany, who caddies for her, poured champagne and water on her.

She is the 24th player on the LPGA Tour to win more than $10 million in tournaments. This is written in the LPGA Tour’s record books. Schubert, who won the 2017 US Women’s Amateur, had a painful finish to an excellent performance in her second major as a pro.

According to the LPGA website, the 26-year-prize old’s money of $586,262 is a little more than seven times the $82,796 she won in her 11 previous LPGA tournaments this season.

Gazi Md. Aman Ullah
Gazi Md. Aman Ullah
Aman is the Co-founder and Author of SportPaedia.com who brings all the latest sports news to you and writes about popular events and amazing sports around the world.

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