South Korea's world number eight Shin Ji-Yai won the Women's Australian Open Sunday, ending two strokes clear of Taiwan's top-ranked Yani Tseng and four ahead of teen star Lydia Ko at 18-under, as Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn came in fourth.
Shin Ji-Yai of South Korea tees off during the final round of the Women's Australian Open in Canberra on February 17, 2013. She won the tournament on Sunday, ending two strokes clear of Taiwan's Yani Tseng and four ahead of Lydia Ko at 18-under.
Shin took an early lead in the fourth and final round at the Royal Canberra Golf Club, expected to be a shot-for-shot contest with New Zealand amateur Ko, 15, who was chasing an historic second US LPGA win.
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