Hall of Famer Park In-bee came up short of winning her second LPGA tournament of the season, finishing tied for third at the Lotte Championship Presented by Hershey in Ko Olina, Hawaii, on Sunday.
The Chinese star finished at 5-under 67 at Ko Olina Golf Club.
Henderson finished the day at nine under par, one shot clear of American Mo Martin, who shot a 72, and two shots ahead of Japan's Nasa Hataoka and South Korean Inbee Park in third place.
Chun has two career victories on the LPGA and 24 top 10 finishes. This one came with a $300,000 paycheck, bringing her career earnings to nearly $4 million.
12 In Gee Chun has withdrawn from the LOTTE Championship before her second round due to an illness.
Another to miss the weekend action will be Victorian Su Oh, whose 73 today was an improvement on her opening 77, but only enough to reach six over.
"I've been kind of struggling with my putting all year", Henderson admitted.
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After his departure, it was only Captain Dinesh Karthik (29) who succeeded in making a substantial contribution to KKR's total. Lynn fell short of his first fifty of the season by one run with his 49 coming off 34 balls including 7 fours and one six.
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He drained a 52 foot putt on the par-three 14th hole for birdie and posted another birdie on 18 when he sank seven footer.The 42-year old from Durban is seeking his first win on the USPGA Tour since 2011 and he is doing it with a problematic back.
Sharp is part of a six-way tie at 69, with third-ranked Inbee Park, qualifier Julieta Granada, Mo Martin, Lizette Salas - who lost a playoff here in 2013 - and 2018 Kia Classic victor Eun-Hee Ji.
Hawaii's Michelle Wie moved up 13 spots, to 18th, with a 69.
Also still in with a shout are the likes of Lizette Salas and World No 1 Shanshan Feng, who both lie just three strokes back after rounds of 71 and 70 respectively.
Henderson and fellow Canadians Alena Sharp, Anne-Catherine Tanguay, Brittany Marchand and Maude-Aimee Leblanc wore green and gold ribbons in memory of those killed in the Saskatchewan bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.
The $2 million LPGA Tour event ends Saturday.