Gaby López signed a card of 277 strokes and -11 under par after four days of competition
Mexican golfer Gaby López finished tied for seventh place at the HSBC Women’s World Championship held at Sentosa Golf Club, Tanjong Course in Singapore, with a card of 277 impacts for a -11 under par after four days of competition.
Lopez, 27, had three bogeys and two birdies to finish +1 over par this SundayHowever, from Thursday to Saturday he remained firm and strong with his short game and putting, which he had good results in the previous rounds.
At the end of the last round, López thanked her caddy Álvaro Prada for the effort and declared herself ready for the following week.
“Maquinón, we played great golf this week, Álvaro Prada. Thanks for so many laughs, I enjoyed it like never before. Horacio Morales, thank you for answering my messages minutes before my tee time to clarify doubts. Always with us, ”the Mexican wrote on her social networks.
Thus, Gaby obtained her first top-10 of the season and the following week she will look to continue with the good step when he takes on the Honda LPGA Thialand to be held in Chonburi, Thailand.
While, the victory went to South Korean Hoy Joo Kim, who finished -17 strokes under par to win the title and a purse of more than 200 thousand dollars. Meanwhile, Australian Hannah Green came in second with -16 under par and then a triple tie for third place.
Gaby López has been in seven tournaments so far this LPGA season and her best result so far this weekend was 11th place at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions.