Eurosport - Sun, 28 Feb 12:00:00 2010
Japanese Ai Miyazato won the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore by two strokes from Cristie Kerr of the United States.
Miyazato carded a three-under round of 69 for the third time in the tournament to clinch victory with a final total which was 10 under par.
It was Miyazato's second victory in a week, coming after her triumph in the season-opening Honda PTT LPGA Thailand, and the 24-year-old's third career win.
She is the first player for 44 years to win the first two events of the season.
Kerr snatched second place with a final round of 68 to finish on eight under while 2009 winner Ji-Yai Shin (67) was one of four ladies on seven under by the end.
Shin's Korean compatriots Tseng Ya-Ni (69) and Song-Hee Kim (67) and Norwegian Suzann Pettersen (69) were the others tied for third.
American Juli Inkster, who tied for the lead with Miyazato after round three, finished tied for ninth with a 74, by far her worst round at the Tanah Merah Country Club.
Michelle Wie tied for 15th with a two-under 70 and Mexican Lorena Ochoa was equal 38th after recording a 72.