WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Suzann Pettersen became the first Norwegian winner in LPGA Tour history, making a 11/2-foot par putt after Jee Young Lee missed one from about two feet on the third extra hole yesterday in the Michelob Ultra Open.
"I was like, 'Wow! It happened,' " Pettersen said of her first victory, which followed many close calls in her short career.
Trailing by 4 stokes to start the day, Pettersen shot a 3-under 68 to match Lee (72) at 10-under 274 at Kingsmill Resort & Spa.
Both golfers parred the par-4 18th on the first two extra holes, and Lee seemed to have the upper hand the third time around when she hit her approach to about 12 feet while Pettersen's ball rested against the high grass at the edge of the fringe.
Pettersen's putt rolled just past the cup on the right side, and Lee's attempt at the victory missed to the right, leaving a short putt for the tie.
Lee quickly went to knock her ball in and it skated by on the right as the crowd gasped.
Sarah Lee, who started the day 1 shot off the pace, finished 3 strokes back after a 74.
MARBELLA, Spain - Lee Westwood won his first PGA European Tour title in almost four years, capturing the Andalucia Open by 2 strokes at Aloha Golf Club after closing with a 5-under-par 67.
He finished at 20-under 268 total, ahead of Phillip Archer (65) and Fredrik Hed Andersson (66).