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Finally, after an excruciating few hours of golf, the positive vibes came true.

Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand plays her second shot on the 10th hole during the thrid round of the 2018 U.S. Women's Open at Shoal Creek on Sunday in Shoal Creek, Alabama.

Ko, who only just scraped into the second half of the tournament right on the cut line, finished at 9 over par. She finished as the runner-up. I feel comfortable on the greens, which has been something that has been a little bit off lately. Somehow, she kept her cool.

"I know Ariya is going to have a great day". Laying up with an 8-iron, she hooked the ball badly in a hard lie in the rough.

Another underdog story is brewing on day two of the U.S. Women's Open conducted by the USGA.

The victory was Jutanugarn's second in three weeks and her second major championship.

"I think I'm going to sleep well tonight".

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Two early birdies brought her to within a shot of Smith, who bogeyed the eighth and ninth holes to surrender the lead. Kim produced a bogey-free 67 to also finish at 277. Cameras caught Jutanugarn applauding the shot.

But Kim made another bogey at the 18th, and a fourth consecutive par was enough for Jutanugarn to add to her 2016 Women's British Open title.

They were still locked together after the two extra holes, at which point it went to sudden-death. The format then switched to sudden death, alternating between the same holes. Kim made some incredible shots down the stretch, perhaps the most significant being her first putt on the first playoff hole, a 30-footer for birdie.

The deficit reduced further when Kim drained a monster 60-foot putt for an unlikely birdie at the 12th, where Jutanugarn blotted her card again moments later.

Australia's Smith, who shot a third round 74, is alone in second at eight-under 208. She led by seven shots coming into Sunday's championship round.

But things were about to get rough in a hurry. Her confidence shaken, she had another bogey on 12 and the tournament was suddenly much closer than anyone expected. Still, a subsequent capitulation threatened to portray the 22-year-old as the leading character in one of golf's most epic tales of woe.

But her lead dwindled to just one as she headed to the final hole of regulation, where her long putt to win failed to drop. Like everyone else, she was shocked she was still in contention. "I want to be No 1 to inspire all the kids in Thailand", said Ariya, who earned US$900,000 from the win to take her career earnings past the $6 million mark. Then I actually put a Callaway 3-wood in last week which has been really good.

Niemann is a 19-year-old from Chile in just his fifth pro start, and he already had a pair of top 10s on the PGA Tour.