Lexi Thompson relied on a bag full of Cobra clubs to win the Honda LPGA in Asia.
She will move above Stacy Lewis into the World No 3 spot after a six-shot win.
A final round 68 helped the American to post a final total of 20-under-par. The 21-year-old now has seven victories on the LPGA Tour.
She was pushed by last year’s US Open champion In Gee Chun, who started with three birdies, to get within one and the South Korean was only two back after a Thompson bogey at the 9th.
Then, at the par-5 10th, Thompson eagled and Chun, who birdied, couldn’t close the gap. She then double-bogeyed the 17th to just stay clear of a fast-finishing Jessica Korda (64) and defending champion Amy Yang.
“I never like to count it as a win until it’s over. I just try to play aggressive and play my best out there. I was just saying I had to make birdies to win this thing.
“She was playing unbelievable with a three-birdie start there, and I knew I had to make birdies to stop her. I was just trying to focus on my game and nobody else’s out there.”
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