USA president attends women's golf tournament for third day

President Donald Trump gestures to well wishers as he arrives at the 72nd U.S. Women's Open

President Donald Trump gestures to well wishers as he arrives at the 72nd U.S. Women's Open

The U.S. Secret Service on Sunday denied a suggestion from President Donald Trump's personal lawyer that it had vetted a meeting between the president's son and Russian nationals during the 2016 campaign.

A quick glance over her shoulder revealed that Melania, other than looking slightly exhausted, was bouncing back from the transatlantic trip better than most would.

"They're underpaid as it is", UltraViolet consultant Melissa Byrne said, adding that she was certain she caught Trump's eye when she motioned to her own eyes and pointed toward him.

Park needed a fine chip from over the green on the par-5 18th hole to save par and win the $900,000 top prize from the $5 million event.

Choi was the story for most of the final round.

"Crazy wacked out libs", one woman said as she walked past the area.

Amateur Hye-Jin Choi wound up losing to rookie Sung Hyun Park by two strokes, and Trump - who was wearing a trademark red "Make America Great Again" hat - disappointed many in the crowd by leaving without presenting the silver trophy cup. Feng had a birdie on the final hole Saturday afternoon, but she has a total of 10 overall through three rounds. She had five 5s, a bogey and a double bogey, which came on No. 3 after a bad shot out of a bunker.

Chinese world No.6 Shanshan Feng led for the third successive round after shooting a birdie on the 18th hole to improve to nine-under. She ended up with a triple-bogey.

"Well, I mean it will be nice if I could get the money", Choi said through an interpreter. "I think a lot of them, if not all, have strong capability to play really well".

Meanwhile, Park takes home, $900,000 the richest prize in women's golf, and she does it because of how she played when it mattered most - the final four holes.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that a 65-year-old female anti-Trump protester bit a male Trump supporter after they squabbled over her sign and a spot on the protest fence line. With the way golf shoes have evolved, I just don't feel I have as snug of a fit as I used to.

And so Park bumped her chip into the fringe and it trundled down to the hole, almost going in.