ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters. I.K. Kim OK. July 06 2014

dragon logo dark It was OK for I.K. Kim on Sunday to lift the Ladies European Masters trophy at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham, England. I.K. Kim / Getty Images I.K. fired in a final round of -4 under par 68 and lift  the Ladies European Masters title with a -18 under par total. She was happy that her caddie Gerald Adams was able to inspire her this week, after he suffered a broken nose earlier in the week; “It’s amazing that he was caddying for me on Thursday because he got hit by a golf ball on Wednesday and was bleeding everywhere. His attitude towards living and daily life is inspiring to me and many people on the tour,” “I just had a great time. It’s great to win the tournament and this is my first time playing the course so I’m really honoured to win the championship. I feel like I’ve been hitting the ball really well and putting really well so I just had to go out there and enjoy myself.” Gerald and I.K. having fun out there / Getty Images Nikki Campbell was in second place following her last round -5 under par 68, which included two eagles. Her total was still five shots off the target at -13 under par. She was never going to catch the leader, so was happy with second place;  “I played really well but couldn’t catch IK. I’m happy with second.” Three ladies tied for third position, all at -11 under par for the tournament; Stephanie Meadow, Lee-Ann Pace and Caroline Masson. Stephanie came charging up the leaderboard recording a final round of -9 under par 63, the lowest round of the day, and is having a great time out on the Tour; “It’s been a dream start but it’s also a dream to play in this environment. US Open and here: the bigger the better! It’s more fun. Being out here playing for a crowd is what I love to do.”