For Stacy Lewis, Birdies never meant so much.
Sunday was the jovial for Stacy Lewis as every shot that she was hitting on that at a flagstick, or every putt that used to pour at the Cambia Portland Classic (CPC) takes her one step closer to the trophy. She showed some of the best performances of her at Columbia Edgewater Country Club.
They got a dramatic win that brought the promise of extended help to the people who are suffering in Houston hometown, which is her hometown.
In the course, Lewis played brilliantly and broke her long year of winless spell. With this victory, she got her 12th LPGA title and it was for those, who were suffering from the deadly flooding because of the epic rainfall that destroyed a number of businesses and homes in Houston.
Lewis announced that she will donate the won amount to the people who are in need, before the tournament started and getting the victory, she remained on her words and donated the amount to the Portland Hurricane Harvey relief effort.
The fans of Golf rallied behind her, they cheered run of Lewis run at the $195,000 first-place check.
On the occasion, Lewis said, “We are contributing to help people to be able to rebuild their houses and get their homes back and for me this more important than winning any match.”
“When I said, I have to win this game, and then I knew that for this, I have to do many things perfectly and do not ha to commit any mistake. And this happened; I played with complete confidence and concentration. This helped me to get the win.”
On Sunday, Lewis took the lead of three-shot and then held off a strong final-round, which was charged by In Gee Chun.