PHOENIX – Karrie Webb rallied to win the LPGA Founders Cup for her second straight victory, shooting a 6-under 66 on Sunday to beat Brittany Lincicome and Paula Creamer by a stroke.
Webb won when Lincicome bogeyed the final hole, missing a 10-foot par putt.
The 36-year-old Hall of Famer, the winner three weeks ago in Singapore, earned $200,000 for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and Japan relief efforts in the charity event at Wildfire Golf Club.
Instead of paying the players, the tournament honoring the 13 tour founders donated $1 million to charity — half to The LPGA Foundation and its LPGA-USGA Girls Golf program and half to the top-10 finishers' designated charities.
Webb has 38 LPGA Tour victories, also winning the previous Phoenix event in 2009 at Papago and in 1999 at Moon Valley. She finished at 12-under 204.
Lincicome shot a 70, and Creamer had a 66.
Cristie Kerr was fourth at 10 under after a 69.
After opening with a 71, Webb shot a 67 on Saturday, leaving her six strokes behind second-round leader Angela Stanford.
Stanford, 12 under after opening with consecutive 66s, had three three-putt bogeys in a 75 that left her fifth at 9 under.
Webb tied Lincicome at 11 under with a 5-foot birdie putt on the par-3 14th and took the lead with a tap-in birdie on the par-5 15th.
Lincicome matched Webb at 12 under with a short birdie putt of her own on 15.
Webb made a 3-foot putt for par on the par-4 18th after leaving her approach shot in the fringe in front of the green.
Lincicome also ended up in the fringe short of the final green, but ran her chip 10 feet past the hole and missed the putt for her second bogey of the week.