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Ryu holds off Choi to win Canadian Women's Open

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LONDON (CANADA) - South Korea's Ryu So-Yeon held off compatriot Choi Na-Yeon on Sunday to capture the Canadian Women's Open, snapping an LPGA win drought of more than two years. 

So Yeon Ryu of South Korea hits her tee shot on the 2nd hole during the fourth round of the LPGA Canadian Pacific Women's Open at the London Hunt and Country Club on August 24, 2014 in London, Ontario, Canada

Ninth-ranked Ryu, the 2011 US Women's Open champion whose only other prior LPGA crown came at the 2012 Toledo Classic, matched the season-low LPGA 72-hole total of 23-under par, finishing on 265 to defeat Choi by two shots.

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