King Falls Short in Bid for No. 30

Associated Press

Betsy King will have to wait at least another week for a chance to make it to the LPGA Hall of Fame.

King, who led the Lady Keystone Open by one stroke as final-round play began Sunday, finished with a 73 for a three-under 213, tied for third with Val Skinner, two shots behind winner Elaine Crosby. Laura Davies was second.

King has won 29 tour victories, and her 30th will put her in the Hall of Fame.

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