Siyun Liu won the FireKeepers Casino Hotel

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Siyun Liu won the FireKeepers Casino Hotel
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Chinese Siyun Liu won the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship, an Epson Tour event held at the Battle Creek Country Club (par 72) in Battle Creek, Michigan with 206 (70 67 69, -10) strokes. Roberta Liti came out in the cut, 73rd with 147 (73 74, +3) and out for one shot, a little surprising after the first seven races in which she had finished four times among the top ten, with a third and two fourth places, and never dropping below 17th.

She still remained in the top ten on the money list where she only dropped one position (from sixth to seventh).

Siyun Liu, results

Siyun Liu, a native of Shanghai, who will turn 24 on June 22nd, obtained her first title in her second year on the circuit where she landed through the Qualifying School at the end of 2021.

Leader after 36 holes together with Lindsey McCurdy, New Zealander Amelia Garvey and to Korean Min-G Kim, he made a run of 69 (-3, four birds, one bogey) with which he got the better of it. Garvey finished second with 207 (-9), McCurdy third with 210 (-6) together with Savannah Vilaubi and Min-G Kim fifth with 211 (-5) in the company of Kathleen Scavo and South African Kaleigh Tefler.

Among the six competitors in eighth position with 212 (-4) the Australian Robyn Choi. The winner went a check for $30,000 out of a $200,000 prize pool. Battle Creek (pronounced ËŒbætl ˈkriË k in English) is a city in the US state of Michigan, located northeast of Calhoun County.

It is located at the confluence of the Kalamazoo and Battle Creek rivers. According to the 2010 United States Census, the city had a total population of 52,347. Battle Creek is known as the city of grain. There is located the headquarters of the Kellogg company , founded by the brothers John Harvey Kellogg and William Keith Kellogg, who promoted a breakfast based on cereals by hand from the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Battle Creek was featured in the TC Boyle The Road to Wellville and in the film of the same name. In 1982, voters approved the merger between the Township of Battle Creek and the City of Battle Creek, under pressure fromure the Kellogg Company, which threatened to move its headquarters from Battle Creek if the merger did not take place. 23 Battle Creek is the largest city in Michigan, after Detroit and Grand Rapids.

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