Nelly Korda won by a strong one-shot lead against Australian Hannah Green in the home stretch, thanks to a par at the 18th hole. The world No. 1 thus wins the Mizuho Americas Open, and signs here her sixth victory of the season in seven participations.

Mizuho Americas Open: and 6 for Nelly Korda

Nelly Korda wins Mizuho Americas Open – via X @LPGA

After five consecutive victories and a 7th place in the Cognizant Founders Cup, Nelly korda comes back in force. Despite a difficult start to Liberty National, she was able to bounce back with three birdies on the return and take advantage of an error from Green on the last hole to win.

Nelly Korda in search of new records

The world No. 1 is now aiming for the historic record of Micky Wright, who won thirteen titles in 1963, and Lorena Ochoa, with eight victories in one season. With the second major tournament of the season approaching, the American is the big favorite.

A dominated circuit

The world No. 1 confirms her status as patron saint of the American circuit with this sixth trophy pocketed this season, in just eight starts. Her determination and mastery under pressure continue to distinguish her as an exceptional champion in the world of women's golf.

Behind the leaders, the podium was completed by a quartet at -10, while seven players shared 7th place at -9. The Thai Chanettee Wannasaen shone with the best score of the day at -65, including five birdies and an eagle.

French side

Céline Boutier and Perrine Delacour, the two French riders involved, also finished on a positive note. Boutier jumped twenty-two places to finish 21st, while Delacour recorded the second best result of his season with a 34th position.

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