CHASKA, Minn. – Hannah Green has never felt more nervous than standing over a 5-foot parade on Sunday at Hazeltine National with a chance to win her first major at KPMG Women's Championship.
Neither Kari Webb, who has won seven majors in his career in the Hall of Fame. It was 11 years ago in Minnesota that Webb launched a scholarship program to attract young Australian amateurs in majors to spend a week with her and experience the biggest golf events. Four years ago, Green was one of those scholars.
Now, she's the main champion.
Green kept his nerves to the end, striking 8-iron up to 15 feet for a main bird on the 16th hole, and picking up and down the bunker at the 1
"I can not believe I'm in this position right now," said Greene, a 22-year-old Australian in his second year of the LPGA. "I always wanted to win an event and win a big championship because my first is crazy."
She became the first winner in this subject by Jani Tseng in 2011 and even more incredible. is the one she held to get the silver trophy. She started the final round with a one-time run over Ariya Jutanugarn, the most powerful tournament player and two-time champion. Jutanugarn did not make a bird in the circle of 77.
It was Park, another former number 1 and twice as big a winner, making an 18-foot bird pussy on the last hole for 68, leaving Green
Watching everything was unfolding, it was Webb as a clutch because it was in her prime, the only woman to shoot a "Super helmet" from five different large LPGAs. She stayed with Green at home in the past week, along with the two newest winners – Becky Kay and Grace Kim – who were hung in Australian flags at Hazeltine.
"I feel like I've been winning a golf tournament today so excited about it," Web said. "You did not do it yourself, but you supported someone who realized that dream."
All accused the 18 green to celebrate with Green, sprinkling it with beer in real Australian fashion, it's been a tradition in the LPGA Tour for friends to spray the winners with water bottles, and Webb would not let that happen
"It was Budweiser," said Symetra Tour in 2017 to win the LPGA Tour, became the first Australian to win the biggest LPGA Tour tournament after Webb won the LPGA Tour in 1966 at the Kraft Nabisco Championship
she struggled to get the words out of such strong emotions, "I was very nervous in the last five holes."
She finished 9th under 279 and won $ 577,500
It was a tough job, although Green never gave up on a cloud day in Hazeltina with a little light, drops of rain at the end
Green rolled into a 5-foot pound pussy in the 5th seventh for three times lead. With the group still waiting to retire, a 7-year-old girl handed her a blue sheet of paper. It was a poem she wrote to Green, along with the words: "You can win this." Green, who had given Lily Costner a golf ball at ANA Inspiration this year, read the poem and hugged the girl, and then shot another tennis shot in the range of birds.
I did not want rain, "Green said. "Several times on the back nine, when I felt nervous and I had some time, I actually read it."
The nerves did not really leave, especially after Green made three piles in a four-hole stretch, dropping it on 8 floors, and the four shots suddenly came to one.  Mel Reed closed with 66 and published 6-sub 282.
Nelly Korda was one behind her, while on the 5th 15th there appeared soft scarecrows. Park hit the hole to reach 7, and Green could not afford any mistakes. It looked as if she was wrapping him when he made a 16-foot bird of the 16th, the signing hole in Hazeltine, followed by a note of the 17th.
But the park was not finished, and it struck. her tee had fired so hard on the 18th that it was passing through the corner of the rough in the fairway, placing a staggered approach to the position of the rear pin and one last bird.
Green responded to this challenge with the rescue hopper and the celebration was held with Webb and the two winners of the scholarships, plus Stacy Peters from Golf Australia and Green Boyfriend Jarryd Felton playing the PGA Tour of Australasia.
"I've always wanted to win in front of the crowd of Australians," Green said. "That's what it was today, I'm over the moon."
The Cord (71) and Rade were third, and Lisset Salas (72) and Daniel Cannes (70) were four shots. The surprise was Jutanugarn, who began the final round of a shot, which moved at nearly 6,800 yards, perfect for her strength.
Green becomes the 10th player to win the last 10 majors of the LPGA Tour, a sign of growing parity. She is also the third winner of the last five LPGA majors who have never won the LPGA