Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko has fallen two shots short of a stunning title win at the LPGA Shanghai Open, posting a final round score of 66 to finish in a seven-way tie for second.
Starting her final round down in 20th position, the Kiwi's day started perfectly with a birdie on the first hole, before her early advantage was quickly wiped away by a bogey on the fourth.
From there though, it was all one way traffic for the Kiwi.
Birdies on the fifth and sixth saw her finish the front nine at -7 for the tournament.
A blemish free back nine, including birdies on the 10th, 14th, 15th and 17th holes saw Ko rocket into contention, momentarily holding the lead and finishing at -11.
However, Danielle Kang of the USA would hold her nerve, finishing at -13 to take the title win, leaving Ko and a host of others to settle for second place.