Stephanie Meadow challenge falls away in Canadian Pacific Women's Open
Published 29/08/2016 | 01:01
Stephanie Meadow was unable to challenge on the final day of the Canadian Pacific Women's Open as world number two Ariya Jutanugarn won at a canter.
The Northern Irishwoman, who represented Ireland at the Rio Olympics, was five shots off the pace going into the final round on 12 under but she could only shoot an even par 72 and was never in contention.
Meadow, the first-round leader, carded two birdies and two bogeys as she finished in tied-10th.
There was little hope of anyone catching Jutanugarn as she shot a six-under-par 66 to finish on 23-under, four shots clear of South Korean Sei Young Kim.