Ueda's 5-under 66 in final round clinches Mizuno Classic
SHIMA, Japan -- Momoko Ueda decided to focus on her game instead of waiting for other players to stumble.
It paid off Sunday with a victory in the Mizuno Classic.
"I used to wish for [the] other player to make a mistake. When I was thinking like that, I got nervous whenever they made a good shot," Ueda said.
She became the tournament's first Japanese winner in nine years,
closing with a 5-under 66 that included a double eagle. Ueda held
off American Reilley ...
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