It’s been a tornado few days for Canada’s Brooke Henderson, however now it’s a great opportunity to refocus.Henderson, who caught the CP Women’s Open Sunday by four shots – turning into the principal Canadian to win the occasion on her home soil since 1973 – will come back to the Cambia Portland Classic with a wide range of good vibes.
Twice a victor on the LPGA Tour this season (she won the LOTTE Championship before in the year), Henderson is second on the cash list. She won this occasion in 2015 and rehashed the accompanying here. She’s said she adores the format since it’s tree-lined and helps her to remember the courses in Canada.Since she’s coming into the week off a triumph, she ought to be viewed as a risk by and by in the Pacific Northwest.”I feel like things have been extremely enduring for me. This win unquestionably gives me a considerable measure of certainty and a ton of energy,” Henderson said Sunday. “I’ve had two wins the last couple seasons, so I needed to prop that streak up, so I’m upbeat that I did. What’s more, you know, ideally I can anticipate ideally getting a third win this season.”Henderson completed tied for fifteenth a year ago.Although Mo Martin didn’t play this occasion in 2017, she’s in real life this week falling off her best round of the season.Martin let go a course-record 62 Sunday at the CP Women’s Open, and almost had it to 11-under on the day however her birdie attempt on the 72nd gap just slid by.
The one-time LPGA Tour champ said Sunday she was sending recordings to her swing mentor and he didn’t have anything to state accordingly, simply that she was hitting the ball so well.In the event that Martin gets on another move this week, she has a possibility for her first triumph since the RICOH Women’s British Open in 2014.Austin Ernst is one just a bunch of past heroes in the field this week, and she’s wanting to capitalize on her experience.Ernst, whose solitary LPGA Tour triumph came in Portland in 2014 comes into the week after she tied for fourth at the CP Women’s Open. Her fourth-put result was her fourth best 6 aftereffect of the year.
It was her best outcome in about a month and a half on Tour.Ernst joins Brooke Henderson as the solitary past bosses in the field, with late champs Stacy Lewis and Suzann Pettersen getting a charge out of time with their developing families.Although there’s as yet a wide partition at the best between Ariya Jutanugarn and Brooke Henderson (Jutanugarn leads by more than $1 million) the race to get into the Top 100 and abstain from making a beeline for Q-Series is substantially more tightly.With only two full-field occasions left in the LPGA Tour season – this week in Portland and The Evian Championship – there’s no time like the present to attempt to make a move.Sandra Changkija sits in the 100th spot with $93,823 earned on the season. She’s only $600 before Laetitia Beck at No. 101, and $1,500 behind Cydney Clanton at No. 99.
Every one of the three are in the field this week in Portland.