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Rife Abaco claims LPGA Sime Darby victory
October 18, 2011

The women’s world No. 4 (Na Yeon-Choi - Ed) rolled her Rife Abaco to victory this weekend at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia, rolling in a birdie putt at 17 before making a par at 18 to secure the win.

Rife AbacoGoing into the final round with a 1 stroke lead, the Korean kept her nerve to shoot a 68, just enough to hold off the late charge from world No.1 Yani Tseng.

The victory capped off what has been a consistent year for the Korean, this being her 10th top ten finish in 2011. This follows an incredible 2010 season when she rolled her Rife to the top of the LPGA money list and recorded the lowest scoring average on Tour.

This win comes just a week after she had been edged into second place by Tseng, an experience that she commented, “…made me like more nervous today. But it's a great experience really.”

This victory in Malaysia continued the fantastic season Rife Putters has had in the LPGA. Rife does not pay any players to use its products, they simply choose to. Coming down the final stretch with the world's best snapping at your heels, Rife delivers the true roll that winners have come to rely on.

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