- Associated Press - Saturday, November 7, 2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Sweden’s Liselotte Neumann shot her second straight 4-under 68 on Saturday for a three-stroke victory in the Legends Tour’s Walgreens Charity Championship.

The 49-year-old Neumann, from Sweden, has two senior victories and after winning 13 LPGA Tour titles.

“It’s a wonderful feeling to win because there are so many great players out here,” Neumann said. “The little butterflies in my stomach came out, which is good, because it shows that it means something to me.”

Neumann earned $30,000 in the 36-hole event at The Seagate Country Club.

“I putted great today and I think I hit a lot of quality shots with good distance control,” Neumann said. “This course seems to fit my game and when I got a hot putter, it all worked out.”

Nicole Jeray was second after a 66. Pat Hurst (68), Juli Inkster (69) and Rosie Jones (70) tied for third at 4 under.

Jan Stephenson won the Super Legends Division for players 63 and over, shooting a 73 for a one-stroke victory over Judy Dickinson.

“I really didn’t hit the ball well, but I knew that I had to hang in there,” Stephenson said. “Judy played in front of me and she just kept making putts.”

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