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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Yeon Ryu
Japan's Mika Miyazato shoot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead after the second round of the LPGA Tour's Safeway Classic.
American teenager Jessica Korda moved into position for a two-sport, father-daughter Australian double, shooting par 73 in windy conditions Saturday to take a 1-shot lead at the Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne.
American teen star Lexi Thompson and U.S. Women's Open champion So Yeon Ryu will play in the Australian Women's Masters in February at Royal Pins.
A special day for South Korea turned out to be even more special for So Yeon Ryu.
So Yeon Ryu won the U.S. Women's Open on Monday, first with a birdie on No. 18 that tied her Korean rival, Hee Kyung Seo, then with a shotmaking clinic over a three-hole playoff to beat Seo by three shots.
"I'm proud of it," Ryu said. "To see my hero, Se Ri Pak, out there fighting for me. It's pretty powerful, yeah."
"Normally my play style is very aggressive, but this course, it's definitely not," Ryu said. "Always my plan is just par."