RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP) — Patty Tavatanakit survived Lydia Ko’s final-round charge Sunday to win the ANA Inspiration for her first LPGA Tour victory. Five strokes ahead entering the day and six in front after a chip-in eagle on the par-5 second, Tavatanakit shot a 4-under 68 in 100-degree heat to beat Ko by two strokes in the first major championship of the year. Ko matched Lorena Ochoa’s tournament record with a 62, shooting 7-under 29 on the front nine for the best nine-hole score in event’s 50-year history. A day after matching the tournament 54-hole record of 14 under, Tavatanakit finished a stroke off Dottie Pepper’s 72-hole mark of 19 under set in 1999. The 21-year-old Thai player finished the wire-to-wire victory with a short par putt on 18.