Wheezing and often out of step, the men clearly lack experience and in many cases--it must be admitted--are no longer in their first fitness of youth.
The 15-year-old New Zealander shot a final-round 67 to win the Canadian Women's Open with 13-under-par 275 and win by three strokes over South Korean Park In Bee at the Vancouver Golf Club in British Columbia.
Hideki Matsuyama, a 20-year-old from Japan, fell short in his bid to claim his second straight low amateur title after a final-round 80 dropped him into a tie for 54th at 9-over 297, two shots behind Patrick Cantlay of the United States.
The 20-year-old from Japan moved up four spots into a tie for 27th at 1 over. The top 16 and ties will receive automatic invitations to next year's Masters.
Peter Hanson of Sweden shot the day's low round of 65 to get to 9 under and take a one-stroke lead over three-time champion Phil Mickelson.