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Na Yeon Choi began the final round of the 2009 Samsung World Championship with a two-stroke lead. Over the early part of the round, she built that to a 7-stroke lead in what looked like a runaway.

Then the wheels fells off for Choi, Ai Miyazato surged, and Choi dropped behind. But Miyazato put a ball in the water on the last hole, Choi birdied the final hole, and in the end, Choi had her first LPGA Tour victory.

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