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Brooke Henderson wins second major title
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Evian Championship 2022 R4

July 21-24
Evian Resort GC, Evian-les-Bains, France
Round 1, Round 2, Round 3

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Brooke Henderson started the day with a two-shot lead but lost it with a bogey at the first hole while her closest rival, South Korea's So Yeon Ryu, birdied.

Evian Championship 2022 R4

As many as five players were tied for the lead along the way but Henderson closed with a 71 to finish at 17-under and win her second major title by one shot. She had previously won the 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

“To be sitting here a two-time major championship is just an unreal feeling. My coach, my dad, and my mom's support, and of course Brit (Henderson, her sister and caddie) who's out there all the time with me, it's just amazing, and it's going to be really cool when we can all celebrate together."

Evian Championship 2022 R4

Henderson is the first Canadian golfer of any gender with more than one major title, and extended her lead as the most successful professional Canadian golfer, male or female, with 12 victories. She is now the 24th player in LPGA Tour history to cross the $10 million threshold in earnings.

“In 2016, winning the first major changed my life. My world ranking shot up and I just received a ton more attention from fans and media. It also made me feel like I really belonged out here and that I could contend for big, major championships and compete against the best in the world, which is an amazing feeling,” said Henderson. “It has been a long time and getting off to a fast start early this week, it just felt great to be at the top of the leaderboard at a major. I just tried to take that excitement as far as I could.”

Evian Championship 2022 R4

American Sophia Schubert closed with a 68 to finish second at 16-under, her best result on Tour.

“I was kind of nervous all day, a little more than yesterday, and Britney (Hamilton, her caddie) just kept saying, Hey, just take a deep breath. It's okay. Just keep doing what you're doing,” said Schubert, a 2021 graduate of the Epson Tour. “I think the last few holes coming in actually I just had the sense of like peace, so I just hit every shot and kept going.”

England's Charley Hull closed with a 67 for a share of third place at 15-under alongside New Zealand's Lydia Ko (66), Japan's Mao Saigo (64), South Koreand's Hyo Joo Kim (67) and Spain's Carlota Ciganda (68).

Evian Championship 2022 R4

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3R4Total
1Brooke M Henderson (CAN)-1764646871267
2Sophia Schubert (USA)-1669656668268
3Carlota Ciganda (ESP)-1567676768269
Lydia Ko (NZL)-1566696866269
Hyo-Joo Kim (KOR)-1568666867269
Charley Hull (ENG)-1566696767269
Mao Saigo (JPN)-1570706564269
8So Yeon Ryu (KOR)-1367666573271
Georgia Hall (ENG)-1369716665271
Sei Young Kim (KOR)-1368656870271
Jin Young Ko (KOR)-1366696769271
Nelly Korda (USA)-1364677169271
Atthaya Thitikul (THA)-1368666869271
Linn Grant (SWE)-1367716964271
15Ashleigh Buhai (RSA)-1168706768273
Nasa Hataoka (JPN)-1169667266273
Andrea Lee (USA)-1169657069273
Yuna Nishimura (JPN)-1166736866273
19Amy Yang (KOR)-1070686967274
Cheyenne Knight (USA)-1065737066274
Ayaka Furue (JPN)-1063727168274
22Anna Nordqvist (SWE)-967697069275
Jodi Ewart Shadoff (ENG)-968696870275
In Gee Chun (KOR)-967726670275
Hye Jin Choi (KOR)-971686769275
Brittany Altomare (USA)-969697067275
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Madelene Sagstrom (SWE)-870696671276
Gaby Lopez (MEX)-870706670276
Esther Henseleit (GER)-870716966276
31Pornanong Phatlum (THA)-771696869277
Moriya Jutanugarn (THA)-770706968277
Hannah Green (AUS)-772686968277
Stephanie Kyriacou (AUS)-770717066277
Jennifer Kupcho (USA)-771706571277
A Lim Kim (KOR)-770686772277
37Min Ji Park (KOR)-667697072278
Xi Yu Lin (CHN)-670706969278
Amanda Doherty (USA)-669707267278
40Matilda Castren (FIN)-568736870279
Stephanie Meadow (NIR)-571697168279
42Eun-Hee Ji (KOR)-467726972280
43Caroline Masson (GER)-373697366281
Jasmine Suwannapura (THA)-370677470281
Lizette Salas (USA)-371707070281
Minjee Lee (AUS)-370697369281
Kelly Tan (MAS)-369687272281
Yu Liu (CHN)-369726971281
Megan Khang (USA)-371707268281
50Jeongeun Lee 5 (KOR)-271696973282
Olivia Cowan (GER)-273667172282
Alison Lee (USA)-271676777282
Morgane Metraux (SUI)-272687171282
54Sarah Kemp (AUS)-169677473283
Perrine Delacour (FRA)-166687079283
Ally Ewing (USA)-169707173283
Pia Babnik (SLO)-170707172283
58Jenny Shin (KOR)Par73667372284
Wei Ling Hsu (TPE)Par73697270284
60Chella Choi (KOR)+170717470285
Johanna Gustavsson (SWE)+168736975285
Gemma Dryburgh (SCO)+171707272285
Rachel Heck (USA) (a)+170716876285
Jennifer Chang (USA)+171717370285
65Leona Maguire (IRL)+270717471286
Sarah Schmelzel (USA)+271706976286
Rose Zhang (USA) (a)+270687474286
Anna Davis (USA) (a)+270697473286
69Haeji Kang (KOR)+370717274287
Marina Alex (USA)+372687473287
Agathe Laisne (FRA)+372707669287
72Pauline Roussin (FRA)+971707379293
73Isi Gabsa (GER)+1271708075296
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