Date: February 17, 2013
Author: Golf Australia

Live Action Blog – Sunday, Final Round

As it happens: will blog all of the action, as it happens, on every day of the 2013 ISPS Handa Women&aposs Australian Open. 6:20pm – Sunday, February 17 Jiyai Shin has claimed the 2013 ISPS Handa Women&aposs Australian Open by two shots from world number one Yani Tseng. Shin shot a -1 in the final round to finish at -18 for the tournament, with her final round playing partner Lydia Ko falling away on the final day to finish third with -14. It is Shin&aposs first Women&aposs Australian Open victory after she lost in a play-off to Karrie Webb in 2008. Check out the final leaderboard here. ==== 2:19pm – Sunday, February 17 It was a mixed start for our joint overnight leaders. Jiyai Shin birdied the 1st, but teenage sensation Lydia Ko was unable to match her, with a double bogey putting her immediately three shots behind. A bogey on the 2nd didn&apost help Ko&aposs chances either, with Shin enjoying a healthy lead early in the second round. Check out some of the new video content from today here. ==== 11:12am – Sunday, February 17 After starting the day at even-par, Line Vadel Hansen has enjoyed the early morning play, shooting 5-under par. Cheyenne Woods finished Ev both for the day and overall. Jessica Korda is also putting in a good shift on the last day, shooting 3-under thru 13 to sit at 6-under par overall. Karrie Webb is also underway, even-par after the first hole. ==== 8:15am – Sunday, February 17 We&aposre in for a tantalising final day at Royal Canberra, with Lydia Ko and Jiyai Shin both sitting in the lead at -17 Round 3 has come to a close, with both Lydia Ko and Jiyai Shin tied for the lead at 17-under par. They lead the chasing pack by six shots, with Beatriz Recari in outright third with -11 and five players at -9 including Gwladys Nocera, Yani Tseng and Mariajo Uribe. If you missed anything yesterday, you can catch up as Martin Blake reviews Round 3, or check out video from both press conferences, plus interviews from around the course and much more. All the tee times for the final round can be found here, and you can get the up-to-date leaderboard with our live scores page. Which one of the leaders will take the title out today? Or will one of the chasing pack make a late run? ====