He drained a 52 foot putt on the par-three 14th hole for birdie and posted another birdie on 18 when he sank seven footer.The 42-year old from Durban is seeking his first win on the USPGA Tour since 2011 and he is doing it with a problematic back.
Henderson gave herself several chances to run away from the rest of the field at a windy Ko Olina Golf Club on Friday, but in the end had to be content with a one-over-par 73 that nevertheless saw her retain her position at the top of the leaderboard.
No one could catch the five-time LPGA Tour victor as the wind gusted to 20 miles per hour later in the day.
"The wind wasn't as strong early today and there were softer conditions", said Henderson. I just felt like that every single putt and kind of got a little bit down. "I kind of got into more trouble, so I went back to my aggressive ways".
Hall of Famer Park In-bee came up short of winning her second LPGA tournament of the season, finishing tied for third at the Lotte Championship Presented by Hershey in Ko Olina, Hawaii, on Sunday. Hataoka shot a four-under 68 while Park carded a one-under 71. I feel like I'm in a great spot and I'm hitting the ball really well and I can depend on my putting right now."World number one Feng Shanshan, of China, and American Mo Martin are tied for second after shooting 69 and 67 respectively".
Pernilla Lindberg shot 70 in her first start since beating Park in an eight-hole playoff in the year's first major. Lindy Duncan also was 6 under after a 68.
Maude-Aimee Leblanc of Sherbrooke, Que., shot 72 and Hamilton's Alena Sharp shot 78. This one came with a $300,000 paycheck, bringing her career earnings to nearly $4 million.
The 2017 LOTTE Championship victor, Cristie Kerr, fell off a bit during Day 2 with a +3.
The other KLPGA Tour golfer, Lee Jeong-eun, finished tied for 16th at 2 under par.