Ha Na Jang is great. She's got a world of talent, and she has an infectious energy and enthusiasm. She showed both on Sunday when she won the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore.
Jang polished off her second LPGA win of the 2016 season with a final-round 65 to win by four shots over Pornanong Phatlum at Sentosa Golf Club. She capped off the win with an eagle 3 on the closing par 5, crushing a fairway wood near the hole to lock up the win. After the eagle putt dropped, Jang did her celebratory dance, her version of Beyonce's "Single Ladies" dance. And it was great.
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The idea for the dance didn't come out of thin air.
"This week, I've been listening to Beyonce's music. So I'm watching the concert at the Super Bowl and it looks really nice," Jang said after the win. "So I tried to be like Beyonce, the single lady. I'm single right now too, so I try the single lady."
This dance follows her Samurai Lasso dance from when she won the Coates Golf Championship in February.
And, oh yeah, she made the first par-4 hole-in-one in LPGA history at the Pure Silk Bahamas Classic.
With the two wins early in the year, Jang moves to fifth in the Rolex Rankings.
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