Nelly Korda produced a flawless final round to claim a three-shot victory at the Gainbridge LPGA tournament in Florida, following in the footsteps of elder sister Jessica who won the previous LPGA Tour event, the season-opening Tournament of Champions in January.
The 22-year-old, whose father is former Czech tennis star Petr Korda, had opened up a one-shot lead on Saturday with a four-under-par 68. The following day at Orlando’s Lake Nona Golf and Country Club, she picked up where she left off in the third round, firing a three-under-par 69 to finish on 16 under.
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