• England’s Mel Reid finally broke her LPGA Tour duck, carding a 67 to win the ShopRite LPGA Classic by a two-shot margin on Sunday.
  • Reid traded seven birdies with three bogeys to set the winning total of 19-under par 265.
  • She has six titles on the Ladies European Tour and after going close at her last outing – the Cambia Portland Classic – 33-year-old Reid finally crossed the finish line in pole position.
  • America’s Jennifer Kupcho came in second after closing out with a 3-under par 68.
  • She was left to rue a double-bogey six at the par-four eighth, and despite a late birdie flourish the damage had been done.
  • Jennifer Song finished a further shot back after posting a 69.


  • Mel Reid and Jennifer Song both qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas, December 10-13, 2020.


  • Moriya Jutanugarn finished the week as the leading Thai player. Although she will have been far from happy with her final round of one-over par 72.
  • The 26-year-old ended up on seven-under par 277, in a share of 24th spot, 12 shots off the leader.
  • Round of the day accolade fell to Pajaree Anannarukarn who fired a flawless 65 to move through the field into a share of 35th position on five-under par 279.
  • Pornanong Phatlum carded a solid – if unspectacular – 70 to reach three-under 281, a score that left her tied for 43rd.


I’m just over the moon, so emotional. So happy for myself and my team, there is a lot more to it than just me
hitting a golf ball

Mel Reid

The older you get in this game you do create a few scars. But being 33 years old and lifting this trophy when I had some young players behind me, it goes to show I guess that I like adversity. I’ll always be a fighter and try and fight my way through things. I’m so happy and relieved that I got it done.

Mel Reid

Didn’t hit the ball super great, and couldn’t really expect to play as good as Mel was playing, but I gave it my best
shot with what I brought to the course today.

Jennifer Kupcho