|Yani Tseng of Taiwan. REUTERS/Pichi Chuan
Yani Tseng keeps churning out wins, week after week after week.
Some are more dominant than others, but her seven-shot victory at the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open once again proved the prowess of the world's top player.
Tseng shot a six-under 66 for the second consecutive round, finishing at 16- under 200, well ahead of her nearest competitor, Pernilla Lindberg. It's her 11th worldwide win this year and her third win in four events -- with the lone loss being a runner-up finish at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia.
Lindberg (70) should have some sense of accomplishment in finishing second at nine-under 207, as it's been tough for any golfer to come close to Tseng's performance.
Melissa Reid (68) and Lee-Anne Pace (70) shared third at eight-under 208, while Lisa Holm Sorensen (68), Thidapa Suwannapura (70), Beth Allen (71) and Becky Brewerton (71) tied for fifth at minus-seven.
In the end, though, it was the No. 1 player securing another No. 1 finish.