Thailand's golfing queen reigns supreme - an emotional Ariya storms home with a 63 to win Honda LPGA Thailand

Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand posing with her trophy for pthe media during the award ceremony after winning the LPGA Honda Thailand golf tournament in Pattaya, southern Thailand, on Sunday, May 9, 2021. - AP

BANGKOK, May 10 (AFP): Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn staged one of her biggest fightbacks by firing a final round nine-under-par 63 to become the first Thai to win the Honda LPGA Thailand on Sunday (May 9).

The former world number one also snapped a three-year winless streak by lifting her 11th LPGA Tour title with her winning four-day total of 22-under-par 266 at the Siam Country Club.

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