Hur closes with 66 to run away with Ladies Scottish Open

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NORTH BERWICK, Scotland – Mi Jung Hur won her third LPGA title with a brilliant final round at the Ladies Scottish Open on Sunday.

The South Korean carded a closing 5-under 66 in wet conditions at The Renaissance Club to finish at 20 under, four shots ahead of compatriot Jeongeun Lee6 (70) and Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn (71).

After playing the first eight holes in 1-over par, Hur had four straight birdies starting on the ninth and also birdied Nos. 16 and 18 to come home in 31 to secure her first win since 2014.

”Honestly I don’t like links courses but after this week I love it,” Hur told Sky Sports. ”It was really tough today with the rain but my caddie Gary is from Scotland and he helped me a lot on the course.”

Hur shot a 62 in the second round, taking just 24 putts.

Lee6, a newcomer to links golf, won the U.S. Women’s Open in June in South Carolina.

Overnight leader Jutanugarn had been trying to follow her sister with a Ladies Scottish Open victory after Ariya Jutanugarn won last year at Gullane.