LPGA winner So Yeon Ryu had a premonition she'd win in Toledo
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LPGA winner So Yeon Ryu had a premonition she’d win in Toledo


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Something told So Yeon Ryu she was going to in last week's LPGA Tour event in Toledo, Ohio: a fortune cookie.

Ryu, the 2011 U.S. Women's Open champion, shot a final-round 62 to pull away from the field for a seven-shot win. She also tied the best-ever final round by an LPGA Tour winner in the process.



Of course, the cookie saw it coming.

 

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