There is no stopping Ariya Jutanugarn after she made it back-to-back wins on the LPGA Tour after taking out the Kingsmill Championship by one stroke.
There is no stopping Ariya Jutanugarn after the in-form Thai golfer made it back-to-back wins on the LPGA Tour after taking out the Kingsmill Championship by one stroke.
Winning has become a habit for Jutanugarn since creating history earlier this month, when the 20-year-old became the first Thai winner in LPGA history at the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic a fortnight ago.
And Jutanugarn continued where she left off in in Williamsburg, Virginia on Sunday.
Jutanugarn posted a 67 - her fourth consecutive round in the 60s at Kingsmill Resort - to finish 14 under overall through 72 holes.
"I didn't feel pressure," she said. "Today I just feel like whatever is fine because I just really want to have fun. I don't really care.
"Actually I know they play good, but I'm not really care about them. I really worry about like what I want to do more."
Australian Oh Su-Hyun earned sole possession of the runners-up spot following her final-round 65.
Kim Sei-young (66) and Gerina Piller (66) were a shot further back.