By: Yang Ming-chu and S.C. Chang
“I wasn’t doing well on the green today. But I tried — and succeeded — in relaxing myself, focusing on playing golf without giving much thought to winning and defending my title,” Lu said.
Placed second and just one stroke behind South Korea’s Jiyai Shin in the second round, Lu carded seven birdies and two bogeys in the final round to beat Shin and bag her second win for this season and her sixth in the Japan Tour.
Both Lu and Shin carded three birdies on the front nine and were tied at the 10th. But then Lu fired two straight birdies to get ahead of Shin. [FULL STORY]