Katherine Hull followed up her US LPGA Tour win last year Long Prom Dresses her first major victory on home soil by winning the Australian Ladies Masters at Gold Coast yesterday. The 26-year-old Hull, who started the day with a three-stroke lead, finished with a four-round total of 16-under 272. Australian Tamie Durdin (70) and South Korea's Ryu So-yeon (67) were tied for second. Hull was pleased to have been consistent over four rounds. "I've always been capable Prom Dresses three good rounds together, but four was iffy," she said. "I've dreamt about this since I was a kid. It hasn't sunk in yet...."
There was a four-way tie for fourth at 10-under 278, six Yellow One-shoulder Short Cocktail Dress off Hull: Tseng Ya-ni of Chinese Taipei (66), last week's New Zealand Open winner Gwladys Nocera of France (67), Sarah Kemp of Australia (68) and American Mollie Fankhauser (70). Hull's win will improve her world ranking into the top 20. She finished second at last month's New South Wales Open and in a tie for second at the New Zealand Open last weekend. Hull Yellow One-shoulder Short Prom Dress to play at next week's Women's Australian Open in Melbourne.
In Bangkok, South Africa's James Kamte began his rookie year on the Asian Tour with the very best of starts by lifting his maiden title at the season-opening Asian Tour International yesterday. Yellow Sexy Open Back V-neck Long Prom Dress held off a spirited challenge from Tetsuji Hiratsuka by closing with a five-under 66 for a 16-under 268 total to pip the Japanese to the title by two shots.