Carlota Ciganda finished sixth in the Walmart of Arkansas, scoring for the LPGA, by signing a final round of 69 strokes, which proved insufficient to the thrust of his fellow star, the Korean Sung Hyun Park. The Asian, with a birdie on the last hole, and a final 66 took the tournament, avoided a tiebreaker and jumped from number 2 to the world throne again. It is the second victory of the new champion of golf this year.
Ciganda, that finished to three of Park, gave samples, nevertheless, of to have found a good line of game. Four birdies and two bogeys did not allow him more licenses, but the result will bring him closer to the outskirts of the world top 10. It is the fifth 'top 6' that the Navarrese player achieves this year. Azahara Muñoz, with 201 hits (70, 63, 68) finished eighteenth. Young Parker Ko, Park's countrywoman, who gave the world number 1 to this one after the victory was the first player to congratulate her. Since October 2014, the scepter of women's world golf has always been in the hands of players of Asian origin, including the New Zealander, born in Seoul, Lydia Ko