the third time McGill, 50 has won USGA.

" She goes, 'You will win,'" said McGill. "I was like, what? I truly had no clue." 

I needed to give her an embrace," said Sorenstam, "and say, 'This is yours, so partake in the occasion, absorb it and let me finish.'"

On a day when no one broke standard at NCR Country Club, McGill shot even-standard 73 to complete at 3-under 289 for the competition 

Lindley, who like McGill currently functions as a showing master, had spouse Matt Plagmann back on the sack, very much like bygone eras.

"The topic of interest was right on point," she said, "and I felt like I was wearing my favorite sweater 

She looked broke when she strolled in to meet with the press after an end 78 that dropped her to a portion of 6th.

At the point when asked what her timetable could resemble one year from now, Sorenstam said it's too soon to tell, however