Saso, the leader in the first two rounds who faded in the windup, pooled together a four-round tally of 19-under 269 en route to her first Top 10 finish in the prestigious tour.
Prior to this, the 19-year-old Fil-Japanese tied for 13th in the US Women’s Open last December and shared 50th in the ANA Inspiration two weeks ago.
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