Three shots ahead overnight, Nelly Korda ‘s lead was reduce to just one when play is suspend for 49 minutes due to a tropical storm with one hole to play.
But the 23-year-old world number one holds 18th for two under-69s and 17th under par with 18th-placed New Zealand’s Mone Inami and Lydia Ko.
Inami then defeated Rio’s silver medalist Ko on the first hole of the tournament to win the silver medal.
India’s Aditi Ashok, who is second in the world’s 200th place after three rounds. Another shot was fired in fourth place.
Ireland’s Stephanie Meadow finished seventh in 12th after finishing 66th, while Team GB’s Jodie Ewart-Shadoff and Melissa Reid were 40 and 55 respectively.
Korda started the final confidently. By putting a long birdie in the first match But the double bogey on the seventh par three opened the door. And although she immediately birdies at eighth, which is more than enough for Ashoka’s share and Charko’s share.
The American birded again in the next round and opened up a three-shot lead again as Ko continued bogeying on the 10th and 11th, only for the host’s favorite Inami to begin his bidding. glorious at the end of the year
That victory gave Team USA double the golfing after Sanders. Shuffle won the men’s competition last weekend.