304th-ranked Sophia Popov clinches British Open to win her first major paludose

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Publish Date : 2021-04-09 00:55:37


304th-ranked Sophia Popov clinches British Open to win her first major paludose

Ranked 304th in the world, the 27-year-old German almost gave up the game having not won on either the LPGA Tour or Ladies European Tour. She sobbed with happiness as she held the trophy aloft at Royal Troon Golf Club in Troon, Scotland.

Besides the emotional victory, Popov went home with a $675,000 winners cheque after shooting three-under par 68.

'There has been a lot of struggle over the last six years and I was just glad I was able to overcome it,' she said after her win. 'I almost quit playing last year, thank God I didn't.'



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Popov was leading going into the final day and held her nerve to hold off her nearest competition in Jasmine Suwannapura and Minjee Lee.

READ: Four-time major winner Koepka ends PGA Tour season due to injury

'I was making so many good shots'

Besides competing during a pandemic, the golfers were tested to their very limits in Scotland this week with three consecutive days of storms.

However, conditions had settled as the German sunk her final putt.

'I used to always be the player that liked to not lead and come from a couple of positions behind,' said Popov, who caddied for a friend at a recent LPGA Tour event.

'Inside, I felt I was making so many good shots the last three days and I had this belief going into this round that no matter what happened today, I was always capable of making birdies. Kudos to my boyfriend for keeping me calm.'

'I used to always be the player that liked to not lead and come from a couple of positions behind,' said Popov, who caddied for a friend at a recent LPGA Tour event. Ranked 304th in the world, the 27-year-old German almost gave up the game having not won on either the LPGA Tour or Ladies European Tour. She sobbed with happiness as she held the trophy aloft at Royal Troon Golf Club in Troon, Scotland. 'There has been a lot of struggle over the last six years and I was just glad I was able to overcome it,' she said after her win. 'I almost quit playing last year, thank God I didn't.' Besides the emotional victory, Popov went home with a $675,000 winners cheque after shooting three-under par 68. 'There has been a lot of struggle over the last six years and I was just glad I was able to overcome it,' she said after her win. 'I almost quit playing last year, thank God I didn't.' Popov was leading going into the final day and held her nerve to hold off her nearest competition in Jasmine Suwannapura and Minjee Lee. 'There has been a lot of struggle over the last six years and I was just glad I was able to overcome it,' she said after her win. 'I almost quit playing last year, thank God I didn't.' 'I used to always be the player that liked to not lead and come from a couple of positions behind,' said Popov, who caddied for a friend at a recent LPGA Tour event. Besides the emotional victory, Popov went home with a $675,000 winners cheque after shooting three-under par 68. 'I was making so many good shots' READ: Four-time major winner Koepka ends PGA Tour season due to injury 'I used to always be the player that liked to not lead and come from a couple of positions behind,' said Popov, who caddied for a friend at a recent LPGA Tour event. 'Inside, I felt I was making so many good shots the last three days and I had this belief going into this round that no matter what happened today, I was always capable of making birdies. Kudos to my boyfriend for keeping me calm.' Besides the emotional victory, Popov went home with a $675,000 winners cheque after shooting three-under par 68. 'I was making so many good shots' However, conditions had settled as the German sunk her final putt. READ: Four-time major winner Koepka ends PGA Tour season due to injury 'I was making so many good shots' READ: Four-time major winner Koepka ends PGA Tour season due to injury Besides the emotional victory, Popov went home with a $675,000 winners cheque after shooting three-under par 68. READ: Four-time major winner Koepka ends PGA Tour season due to injury However, conditions had settled as the German sunk her final putt. 'I used to always be the player that liked to not lead and come from a couple of positions behind,' said Popov, who caddied for a friend at a recent LPGA Tour event. 'I used to always be the player that liked to not lead and come from a couple of positions behind,' said Popov, who caddied for a friend at a recent LPGA Tour event. 'I used to always be the player that liked to not lead and come from a couple of positions behind,' said Popov, who caddied for a friend at a recent LPGA Tour event. Besides the emotional victory, Popov went home with a $675,000 winners cheque after shooting three-under par 68. 'Inside, I felt I was making so many good shots the last three days and I had this belief going into this round that no matter what happened today, I was always capable of making birdies. Kudos to my boyfriend for keeping me calm.'

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