Lilia Vu wins Four Winds Invitational

NOW: Lilia Vu wins Four Winds Invitational


Lilia Vu from California secured victory at the Four Winds Invitational at the South Bend Country Club. She finished 12-under par.

“I feel really good, definitely played pretty well. The course was super difficult today. Especially since the greens dried out pretty well. So, we had to really focus on hitting to the front yardage or just short of the pin,” Vu said. “I think because it’s Sunday, it’s the last day, there’s nothing to lose. There’s no pressure. You can just try and play your best golf. So, that’s what I just try to do.”

This is Vu's third win this season and her fifth consecutive top 5 finish.

In addition to winning the tournament, she also collected the 2021 Potawatomi Cup and $8,000 in bonus prize money.

“It means a lot to win the Potawatomi Cup. I didn’t start out great in Harris, MI, so I am super happy to finish well on the last two events,” Vu said. “I am also so honored to win the cup, as well as all other players are super grateful for the tribe has allowed us opportunities to earn extra money at Symetra events.”

Here is a look at the current top-10 heading into the Circling Raven Championship: 

1. Lilia Vu - $140,607 
2. Ruixin Liu (Guangdong, People’s Republic of China) - $95,281
3. Casey Danielson (Osceola, Wisconsin) - $84,741
4. Maude-Aimee Leblanc (Sherbrooke, Quebec) - $81,554 
5. Fatima Fernandez Cano (Santiago, Spain) - $77,623
6. Rachel Rohanna (Marianna, Pennsylvania) - $70,027
7. Morgane Metraux (Laussane, Switerzland) - $65,189
8. Amanda Doherty (Atlanta, Georgia) - $62,999 
9. Allison Emrey (Charlotte, North Carolina) - $57,955 
10. Isi Gabsa (Munich, Germany) - $54,268

More details about Lilia Vu

  • Vu is a native of Fountain Valley, California
  • Helped lead Team USA to victory at the 2018 Curtis Cup, earning four points
  • Member of the 2018 Arnold Palmer Cup and USA World Amateur Teams
  • As a UCLA Bruin, was awarded 2018 PING WGCA Player of the Year, Pac-12 Conference Golfer of the Year and Honda Award finalist, also three-time WGCA First Team All-American and All-Pac 12 performer
  • Ranked first on the all-time UCLA career victory list with eight individual titles
  • Finished T27 at the inaugural LPGA Q-Series to earn Priority List Category 14 status for the 2019 season
  • Made on cut in nine starts on the LPGA Tour in 2019
  • Made three cuts in seven starts on the Symetra Tour in 2020 with a season-best finish of T29 at the Four Winds Invitational
  • Claimed first professional win at the 2021 Garden City Charity Classic
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