South Korea's In-Kyung Kim celebrates her win Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs
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Kim In-kyung finally put her major heartbreak behind her with a final round 71 and a two-shot victory in the Women's British Open at Kingsbarns Sunday.Six ahead at the start of the day, the 29-year-old Kim looked to be in easy street when she moved seven in front after a tap-in birdie at the par three opening hole.Michelle Wie was the first to attack with four birdies in a row from the fourth and then Jodi Ewart Shadoff – with a course record-equaling 64 – did her best to knock Kim off her stride.The day belonged to Kim. Her solid final round contained two birdies – the first and eighth – and the solitary bogey at the ninth ended a remarkable run of 43 holes without a dropped shot.
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