Having reached the final of the T-Mobile Match Play, Nelly Korda was merciless with her opponent of the day Leona Maguire. At the end of a clearly dominated match, the world number 1 won 4&3 and won her fourth consecutive title on the LPGA Tour. This new coronation in this T-Mobile Match Play allows him to once again widen the gap in the world rankings. Céline Boutier was eliminated by the last cut, and therefore did not play the matches.

Nelly Korda wins the T-Mobile Match Play

Nelly Korda wins T-Mobile Match Play – via Twitter @LPGA

Nelly Korda is simply at the top of her game. Finalist of the T-Mobile Match Play, the American did not tremble against the Irish Leona Maguire. With a clear 4&3 victory, Nelly Korda lifted the trophy in Las Vegas, her fourth consecutive victory on the LPGA Tour. There are not enough superlatives to describe the performances at the start of the year, each week she widens the gap separating her from the other players. This new great performance allows her to once again make LPGA Tour history.


Leona Maguire, who came first in the qualifying stroke-play phases, was unable to do anything against her opponent. Despite a brilliant run until the final, the Irishwoman was quickly dominated during the match, conceding four of the first seven holes.

Victory eluded Korea, which nevertheless had two representatives in the semi-finals. Narin An and Sei Young Kim were unfortunately eliminated quite well, respectively 4&3 and 3&2.

Céline Boutier did not reach the match plays. In the top 20 after two rounds, the Francilienne underwent the third day of stroke play with a card of 81 (+9). She unfortunately finished 47th in the event.


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