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A win is a win is a win, With rain washing out the final round of the Fujitsu Ladies, Na-Ri Lee’s 5-birdies-in-6-holes run on moving day turned out to be what gave her just that by 1 shot over Ayaka Watanabe. It’s Lee’s 2nd victory in the last several weeks and brings her JLPGA victory total to a 2, as well.
Here’s how the money list now looks:
1. Rikako Morita ￥103.67M
2. Sakura Yokomine ￥81.97M
3. Miki Saiki ￥79.74M
4. Yumiko Yoshida ￥70.97M
5. Natsuka Hori ￥64.27M
7. Sun-Ju Ahn ￥62.59M
9. Mi-Jeong Jeon ￥59.90M
10. Na-Ri Lee ￥57.11M
11. Bo-Mee Lee ￥54.32M
15. Onnarin Sattayabanphot ￥43.22M
16. Da-Ye Na ￥40.80M
The top 50 keep their cards for 2014, so it’s worth noting that Shanshan Feng is at #56, Ji-Yai Shin at #58, Bo-Bae Song at #61, Yuko Mitsuka at #63, Li-Ying Ye at #65, Shinobu Moromizato at #67, Hyun-Ju Shin at #69, Momoko Ueda at #76, Ai Miyazato at #77, and Chie Arimura at #120.
Next up for the JLPGA is the Nobuta Group Masters GC Ladies, which So-Hee Kim won last year. The tournament has a new sponsor but no field list, from what I can find online. It’s funny, because past champions include Ai Miyazato, Paula Creamer, Ji-Yai Shin, Sakura Yokomine (twice), and Miho Koga (twice), so it attracts great fields and offers the maximum allowed prize money on tour (14 million yen). You’d think that big a tournament would have everything lined up already….