Occasionally the golf gods will do all the work for you.
— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) April 25, 2016
China’s Shanshan Feng didn’t need to tap-in this one at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic on the weekend. After the first putt ran past the hole the wind did the rest, just as she was about to finish off with an easy tap-in.
The winds at Lake Merced in San Francisco obviously didn’t bother Japan’s Haru Nomura her second LPGA title for the year. Nomura won the Women’s Australian Open in February and won the Swinging Skirts event finishing at 9-under par, four strokes ahead of South Africa’s Lee-Anne Pace.
World number one Lydia Ko finished in a tie for sixth place at 1-under par while the best placed Australian was Minjee Lee at even par.