And in the end, it's always Nelly Korda who wins. Leader for almost the entire last day, Nelly Korda did not tremble to win the Chevron Championship, his second major victory. She becomes the third player in history to win five consecutive LPGA tournaments.

Nelly Korda wins the Chevron Championship - via Twitter @LPGA

Nelly Korda wins the Chevron Championship – via Twitter @LPGA

A new page in the history of women's golf was written this weekend at The Club at Carlton Woods in Texas. At 25, Nelly Korda became a double major winner by winning the Chevron Championship. The American is writing a new page in women's professional golf and the LPGA since this victory is synonymous with her fifth consecutive success.

In the last groups at the start of the last round, Nelly Korda once again played brilliant golf in this long day in Texas. After a Saturday marked by bad weather, the players had to finish their moving day on Sunday morning. Nelly Korda hit hard from the start of the final round with three birdies on her way to go -3 and three shots ahead. Calm at the end of the day, Nelly Korda finally won with two strokes ahead of her first pursuer.

Great performance from Maja Stark, who thanks to three birdies on her last six holes, finished 2nd, two shots behind Korda. Lauren Coughlin and Brooke M. Henderson both finished 3rd.

Long and hard last day for the Thai Atthaya Thitikul. Well established at the top of the leaderboard before the interruption of play, the young player ended her moving day with three bogeys before closing her week with a 76 (+4). She finally finished 12th.

As a reminder, no tricolor had made the cut. Céline Boutier and Perrine Delacour were eliminated in the second round.

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