LPGA. Kia Classic. Anna Nordqvist Wins March 30 2014

dragon logo darkKia Classic logo Anna Nordqvist won the LPGA Kia Classic at the Aviara Golf Club, in Carlsbad, California. Anna Nordqvist Anna Nordqvist / Getty Images Anna fired a final round -5 under par 67, to lift the Kia Classic trophy with her total score of -13 under par. This is her second win of the season, and joins Karrie Webb as the only two time winners this season. With this win Anna is projected to jump from 16th to ninth in the world. She said it was nerve wracking having to two putt to win; "I'm very excited. I still can't believe it, I was a couple of shots back going into today, but this morning I told myself to give it a shot and I ended up making quite of bit of birdies out there. I'm very excited to have two wins this season. My hands were shaking a little, I'm not going to lie. You never know with the sun setting you see every little spike mark. So I tried not to focus on that and see the hole." "I really love the majors, it's a tougher set up on course and I feel more pressure, more spotlight on the tournament and I like that. I like the test and it seems like it is going to be pretty windy next week which will make it tougher. I'm very happy with the way I'm playing and can't wait to tee it up." Lizette Salas was in second place, carding a final round -2 under par 70, for a total of -12 under par, just one shot back of the winner. Lizette is happy that she can make putts coming down the stretch, and is looking forward to teeing it up at the Kraft Nabisco Championship next week; " I'm going to put this in the back of my mind, but know I can make putts down the stretch. Obviously, I can't control what Anna does, she's been playing awesome this year and already had a win, congrats to her. That's just golf. Sometimes things go your way and sometimes they don't. Luckily, I finished with a birdie on a good note, and off to the Kraft." One shot further back was Lexi Thompson, finishing the tournament at -11 under par, a fine last round of -4 under par 68 helped her cause. Defending Champion Beatriz Recari failed to make the cut this time around. Laura Diaz scored a hole-in-one for the second straight day, to become the second player in LPGA Tour history to make two aces in a tournament. She aced the par-3 third hole Saturday in the third round, then holed out on the par-3 sixth on Sunday, then followed that with an eagle on the par-4 seventh.