Amy Yang has won the LPGA Thailand title by a two shot margin.

The South Korean took her second career title, but faced tough competition from over-night leader Stacy Lewis.

Lewis’ double bogey at 15 allowed Yang to take the lead and eventually the title.

A mixed round saw her card a 69 to finish 15-under and take the win ahead of compatriot Mirim Lee, Stacy Lewis and former World Number One Yani Tseng.

“I don’t know what just happened, Yang said after the win. “I still can’t believe I did it today.”

“I was a little bit nervous out there, but I tried to focus on how low I can go today, just focus on my game.

The former top ranked player Yani fired a bogey-free 67 to settle for a share of second place.

“I played good, but I missed bunch of putts out there. I was just actually a little nervous out there when I was putting,” Yani said.
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