Credit to Author: Tempo Desk| Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2020 06:51:00 +0000
By REY C. LACHICA
Bianca Pagdanganan fell short in her comeback bid, settling for a two-under 70 to finish third in the Drive On Championship won by American Ally McDonald Sunday at Reynolds Lake Oconee in Georgia.
Pagdanganan birdied her last two holes for a four-day total of 14-under 274, two shots behind McDonald who carded a 69 for the day. Danielle Kang settle for second with a 273 total.
“It definitely got a little frustrating, but it’s okay,” said Pagdanganan. “I guess I could’ve made birdies on the par-5s but I only actually birdied the last.”
But finishing third was not at all bad.
Pagdanganan earned $83,557 (roughly P4 million) in just four days of work and nearly matched the $83,765 prize she won in finishing in joint ninth place finish in the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, one of the Tour’s majors, tw