During a miserable stretch last season, Ariya Jutanugarn missed 10 consecutive cuts.
In her past 10 tee-offs on the LPGA Tour, she has collected five trophies.
Jutanugarn arrived in Calgary as the hottest golfer on the planet — albeit hobbled by a knee injury that forced her to withdraw during the third round of the Summer Olympics in Rio — and she certainly didn’t cool off this week, romping to a four-stroke victory at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open at Priddis Greens.
“After I won my first tournament, I feel like I reached my goal,” Jutanugarn said Sunday after her latest trophy presentation. “After that, I feel like I don’t care what my ranking is going…