Japan's Harukyo Nomura finished 33rd at the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday with a 2-over-290 total.
Park Sung Hyun of South Korea earned her first major title by carding a 67 with six birdies and a bogey, securing first place with an 11-under-277 total.
Nomura, who started the day in 10th place, was unable to move forward, suffering a five-bogeys, double-bogey back-nine collapse. She also had two birdies for a 77 that left her tied with five others.
"The golf itself was not bad," Nomura said. "I had unlucky moments in the last half of the round, and it was difficult with bogeys and double bogeys."
Ai Miyazato, who will retire at the end of the season, finished the day at 74 with a pair of birdies and four bogeys.
"The four days (of the tournament) were stressful, so I'm glad that it's over," said Miyazato, who finished with a 4-over 292 total. "The U.S. Open has felt like it was in my reach, but in reality it's beyond me."
"I think I finish higher if more putts fall," said Miyazato, a former world No. 1 who has yet to win a major. "Still, there are (two) more majors left for me to play."