What does Allisen Corpuz’s historic victory at the US Women’s Open signify for her LPGA future?
Allisen Corporationz, 22, a golfer from Kapolei in Hawaii, made history by winning her first LPGA title. Corpuz displayed exceptional skill and calmness throughout the tournament as she defeated a strong field to win the championship. It is a major milestone for her career and serves as inspiration for female golfers around the globe.
Corpuz’s victory was a result of her unwavering commitment and consistent play. She showed off her skills on the greens by sinking critical putts in crucial moments. Corpuz showed remarkable poise and self-confidence with each swing. Corpuz’s success was largely due to her well-rounded golf game, accuracy off the tee and precision on approach shots. Corpuz’s win at the US Women’s Open is not only a validation of her talent, it also propels her to a bright future in professional sport.
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 10) — Allisen Corpsuz won her first Ladies Professional Golf Association Title after winning this year’s US Women’s Open at Pebble Beach, California.
It is the first time in 20 years that an American has won the US Women’s Open, her first LPGA title.
The 25-year old finished the final round with a score of 3-under-69 to claim the win.
She won by three shots over Charley Hull (66) and Jiyai Shin (68) to bring home the $2 million (about ₱110 million) prize.
Corpuz, who represents the US, has roots in the Philippines as well as South Korea. Her father and mother are both from these countries.
Yuka Sados, the Japanese woman who won the US Women’s Open 2021 while representing the Philippines, finished at shared 20th.