Jutanugarn wins U.S. Women's Open after play-off

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"I've kind of been playing a little bit better since San Francisco so it's just been like gradually a little bit getting better", said Oh who finished 4th at her last start in MI. Somehow, she kept her cool.

"After that, I kind of played a little bit scared", she said, benching both her 3-wood and aggressive play. "I don't know why".

Jutanugarn is trying for her ninth LPGA Tour win and her second major.

Ariya loves to binge watch Thai dramas, but she scripted her own in the final round of the 73rd U.S. Women's Open. This was her second victory in her last three starts. The format then switched to sudden death, alternating between the same holes. She made seven pars in a row before back-to-back bogeys on Nos.

Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn is second after a 70. She's got husband Duane on the bag as her longtime caddie.

Michelle Wie is among eight players tied for fourth, seven shots off the lead.

After sharing the overnight lead, Smith quickly took advantage of benign early conditions to pick up five birdies on her outward half at Shoal Creek. The two went to sudden death, and Jutanugarn beat Kim with a par on the second sudden death hole.

The 22-year-old Jutanugarn led by four coming into the final round at Shoal Creek.

Lydia Ko's struggles at the US Open have continued into her final round.

The two players couldn't solve anything after a two-hole aggregate playoff, held at the 14th and 18th holes.

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DeChambeau three-putted for bogey on the 18th for a 1-under 71 to get into a three-way playoff at Muirfield Village.

Kyle Stanley ran off four straight birdies toward the end of his round until his final tee shot caromed off a tree and across the fairway into deep rough.

Smith works with coach Sean Foley formerly of Tiger Woods fame and Smith is aware of the impact he has as a technical coach and motivator. He was five shots behind. He closed with a 72 and ended one of his best ball-striking weeks in a six-way tie for 23rd.

It was a long, sweaty day at Shoal Creek, especially for those who had to complete their second round on Saturday morning before playing the third.

Defending champion Park Sung-hyun missed the halfway cut with rounds of 76-77, and world number two Feng Shanshan of China also exited early after rounds of 78-74.

Korean Jeongeun6 Lee, the third golfer to shoot a 67 on Thursday, followed that up with a 3-over 75 on Friday, dropping her out of the top 10 at 2 under.

Smith soaks in the applause from the gallery as she walks her 18th hole. Stacy Lewis, the 2012 player of the year, is among a big group just above the cut line at 4 over (through eight holes).

Olesen finished one stroke ahead of the Italian for his fifth European Tour victory and first Rolex Series win.

Oh, Smith's compatriot, joked "Sarah is very greedy, just taking all the birdies", after she hit three birdies, an eagle and one bogey on the day. Cameras caught Jutanugarn applauding the shot.

"Actually, I wasn't keeping up with the score at the time so I didn't really know about it". I was sort of holing a lot of putts. That's why this one feels so incredible, " Olesen added.