Yang began the day four shots ahead but still had five holes in her third round to complete, as heavy rainstorms delayed much of Friday's second-round action and the tournament played catch up thereafter.
Meanwhile, in Johannesburg, Kiwi Ryan Fox was looking to move up the leaderboard and sat at two-under after seven holes in the third round at the Johannesburg Open before play was stopped due to poor weather. Ariya, who trailed Yang by one shot at the start of the round, had slipped back to even par after 13 holes, while Moriya was 4 under after 17 holes.
Yang saw her lead reduced to three shots on a number of occasions during the final round but she managed to birdie two of the last five holes to secure a wide-margin victory.
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"It wasn't easy with all the rain delays, 4 a.m. wake-up calls two days in a row, but I stayed patient out there and did my best and am delighted to have won the tournament".
Ariya, who shared the lead with Yang in the first round, deeclared herself pleased with her bogey-free round of 68. She returned early Sunday morning and birdied the 17th to gain one more shot on the field as she closed out her third round. "Tomorrow [today] again I'll, you know, finish third round".
Among the other Thai players, veteran Pornanong Phatlum finished her third round at 3 under for the day and for the tournament. The Japanese is the first and only player to win the HSBC Women's Champions title after victory in Thailand, going back-to- back in 2010.
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Amy Yang won the LPGA Thailand by five strokes this weekend.
"I love this place, I love the people here and I always seem to play well", Yang, the 2015 champion, said after winning the tournament for the second time.
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