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Round 4 - Chun makes history with all-time Major record

September 18, 2016
In Gee Chun of Korea with her trophy. Credit: Tristan Jones

South Korea’s Chun In Gee made history by setting a new all-time Major record at 21-under-par 263 for 72 holes in the fourth edition of the Evian Championship at Evian Resort Golf Club.

With a two-under 69 on Sunday, Chun bettered the all-time scoring record of 20-under-par set by Jason Day at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, which was matched by Henrik Stenson in The Open Championship at Royal Troon this year.

With a four stroke victory over fellow South Koreans Ryu So Yeon (66) and Park Sun Hyun (69), Chun earned her second Major title following the 2015 US Women’s Open. She had previously earned nine wins of the Korean LPGA and two more on the LPGA of Japan tour.

The 22-year-old from Seoul said: “I just cannot believe I won the Evian Championship. I made 21-under-par. I’m not dreaming, right? I had a really great time this week. Most people say golf is an individual sport, but I believe it is a team sport. My manager, my caddie, my coach and I as a team, prepared for this game and played this game. I love my team.”

With rounds of 63, 66, 65 and 69, Chun went wire to wire to earn the trophy along with a first prize of US$487,500.

Starting the final round in heavy rain, Chun began four strokes clear of Park and stretched that to six shots after birdies on the par-4 third and par-3 eighth holes. After turning in 33 with a five stroke cushion, she made four straight pars and bogeyed the short 14th before recovering with a tap-in birdie on the long 15th.

Three pars to finish were enough to establish a new record, but it wasn’t easy. Chun hit her tee shot left off the 18th tee into thick rough and after taking out a wood, her caddie David Jones persuaded her to lay up with a wedge to avoid the water. She hit her third shot from 95 yards to around 10 feet from the hole and rolled it in for par, before raising her hands into the air.

Chun became the fifth South Korean winner from the first 12 tournaments on the 2016 Ladies European Tour schedule, joining Jiyai Shin (RACV Ladies Masters), Jung Min Lee (World Ladies Championship), Inbee Park (Olympic golf competition) and In-Kyung Kim (ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters) and the eighth winner from the continent of Asia overall.

China’s Olympic bronze medallist Feng Shanshan finished fourth, with South Korean Kim Sei Young in fifth and the previous week’s ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters champion Kim In-Kyung in sixth. Angela Stanford of the United States finished eighth, a stroke ahead of and Nomura Haru from Japan.

The recent Ricoh Women’s British Open champion Ariya Jutanugarn tied for ninth, enabling the 2015 Evian Championship winner Lydia Ko to claim the Rolex Annika Major Award as the most consistent performer across the five women’s majors in 2016. Ko signed off with a 73 to share 43rd position.

Jodi Ewart Shadoff of England was the top ranked European player in a tie for 12th position on five-under with last year’s Ladies European Tour Rookie of the Year Emily Kristine Pedersen of Denmark tied for 14th, which was her best finish in a Major.

Pedersen said: “Today was really good. My ball striking wasn’t good, driving was better today but it was really tough the first 13 holes because it was pouring down. I’m really happy with the way I handled myself and the way I finished.”

It was Pedersen’s third straight appearance in The Evian Championship and she has improved steadily each year since first playing as an amateur in 2014. Meanwhile, this was Chun’s second appearance after she missed the cut in 2015 and she became the second South Korean player to win the event as a major championship following Kim Hyo Joo in 2014.

Pos.
Player
Score
Today
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
In Gee CHUN
-21
-2
63
66
65
69
263
2
So Yeon RYU
-17
-5
66
66
69
66
267
2
Sung Hyun PARK
-17
-2
63
68
67
69
267
4
Shanshan FENG
-15
-2
64
67
69
69
269

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Round 3 - Chun leading Park by 4 strokes

September 17, 2016
In Gee Chun of Korea during the third round. Credit: Tristan Jones

South Korean Chun In Gee fired a third round of six-under-par 65 at the Evian Resort Golf Club on Saturday to take a four stroke lead over compatriot Park Sung Hyun heading into the final round of the Evian Championship in France.

The 22-year-old Chun held her lead for the third day and at 19-under-par 194, she has broken the 54-hole Major record of 14-under-par 199 set by Annika Sorenstam at the 2004 LPGA Championship and equalled the winning score for 72 holes in a women’s Major.

The 72-hole record score of 19 under was set by Dottie Pepper at the 1999 Kraft Nabisco Championship and equalled by Karen Stupples (2004 Women’s British Open), Cristie Kerr (2010 LPGA Championship) and Yani Tseng (2011 Wegmans LPGA Championship).

The men’s 72-hole Major record of 20-under was set by Jason Day at the 2015 PGA Championship and equalled by Henrik Stenson at this year’s Open Championship. When asked if she would like to break the men’s record, Chun replied: “It would be a real honour.”

Chun began the third round, played in cool and dry but overcast conditions, two strokes ahead of Park (67) and China’s Feng Shanshan (69). After an early birdie on the second, Chun move three strokes ahead of the chasing pack. After missing a short birdie putt on the sixth, she made back to back gains on the seventh and eighth holes.

She suffered a set-back with a double bogey seven on the ninth after hitting her second shot from thick and wet rough across the fairway and down a steep slope into dense vegetation, taking an unplayable drop back at the ball’s original position. Then, after Park made a short birdie putt on the hole, Chun was one ahead at the turn.

Chun said: “After my double bogey I just thought about enjoying my back nine and letting it go.”

Park birdied the 10th but Chun responded with birdies on the 11th and 13th before chipping in from 20 yards for eagle on the sloping 15th green. A further birdie at the short 16th gave her a four-stroke lead and she is now ideally placed in her hunt for a second Major following the 2015 US Women’s Open.

Chun said: “I always try not to think about winning because it gives you too much pressure. My approach tomorrow will be the same: just enjoy my golf.

After Park, the next closest challenger is last year’s LET Order of Merit winner Feng on 13-under, with South Korean Ryu So Yeon a stroke further behind.

Last week’s ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters champion In-Kyung Kim moved into fifth place on 10-under after a seven-under 64, which tied the lowest round of the day with Jodi Ewart Shadoff from England, in joint 13th position. Of the other Europeans to make gains, Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist is in a group sharing 17th and Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen is tied for 21st with Spain’s Carlota Ciganda. Pedersen, who had a two-under 69, said: “I was really good mentally, just thinking of one shot at a time. My putting is good and I’m scrambling really well.”

The defending champion Lydia Ko slipped back into tied 36th after a third-round 75. The final round tee times will be earlier than for the third round due to the threat of inclement weather with the leaders teeing off at 10.05am local time.

Pos.
Player
Score
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
In Gee CHUN
-19
63
66
65
194
2
Sung Hyun PARK
-15
63
68
67
198
3
Shanshan FENG
-13
64
67
69
200
4
So Yeon RYU
-12
66
66
69
201
5
In-Kyung KIM
-10
70
69
64
203
6
Angela STANFORD
-9
65
68
71
204
7
Sei Young KIM
-8
69
71
65
205
T8
Jane PARK
-7
71
68
67
206
T8
Haru NOMURA
-7
68
69
69
206
T9
Gerina PILLER
-6
68
72
67
207
T9
Brooke HENDERSON
-6
69
71
67
207
T9
Jennifer SONG
-6
68
67
72
207

 

Round 2 - Chun takes 2-shot lead over Feng

September 16, 2016
In Gee Chun of Korea during the second round. Credit: Tristan Jones

Last year’s US Women’s Open champion Chun In Gee held a two stroke lead after the second round at the Evian Championship.

Chun shot a five-under-par 66 and was at 13-under 129 at Evian Resort Golf Club, which is the lowest 36-hole score in the four-year history of the event, which became a Major in 2013.

She heads into the weekend ahead of fellow South Korean Park Sung Hyun and China’s Feng Shanshan. While Chun and Feng have both already won a Major, Park is chasing her first one. No second round leader has gone on to win but the Korean LPGA Tour Money List leader Park has demonstrated that she has game.

In her first six appearances at LPGA tournaments, the 22-year-old has yet to miss a cut and has recorded four top-6 finishes, including T2nd at the KEB HanaBank Championship, T3rd at the 2016 U.S. Women’s Open, T4th at the Kia Classic and T6th at the 2016 ANA Inspiration, which is the season’s first Major.

“I’m not greedy to get the title, but I’m comfortable,” said Park (above), who had six birdies and three bogeys in a second-round 69. “I’ve won five times and I’ve got a lot of people and experiences so that I can embrace the different environments. That’s why I played well.”

Olympic bronze medallist Feng, who was the first Major winner from mainland China when she won the 2012 Wegmans LPGA Championship, had a four-under par 67 including six birdies and two bogeys. After her round she said she felt tired from walking.

“The course played a little longer today, and we had some kind of pretty long holes, especially — I think the 4th and 5th were playing pretty long today. And for me, I actually started to feel a little bit tired on the back nine. I think it was because of the walk, and the ground is soft.”

Chun, who is a rookie on the LPGA this year, is also chasing her second Major and posted six birdies against one bogey on a day of mainly warm and overcast conditions. The defending champion Lydia Ko and leading European Carlota Ciganda are also both in the mix after they carded second-round 68s to move into a group tied for 13th position, on four-under-par.

Of the recent Ladies European Tour champions, the 2015 Rookie of the Year Emily Kristine Pedersen had a second-round 69 and is tied for 36th position, while Frenchwoman Isabelle Boineau is T49th and Nuria Itturios sits in T65th, just inside the cut line on three-over-par.

Pos.
Player
Score
Today
R1
R2
Total
1
In Gee CHUN
-13
-5
63
66
129
2
Shanshan FENG
-11
-4
64
67
131
2
Sung Hyun PARK
-11
-3
63
68
131
4
So Yeon RYU
-10
-5
66
66
132
5
Angela STANFORD
-9
-3
65
68
133
6
Brittany LINCICOME
-8
-5
68
66
134
6
Eun-Hee JI
-8
-3
66
68
134
8
Jennifer SONG
-7
-4
68
67
135
9
Danielle KANG
-6
-3
68
68
136

 

Round 1 - Chun and Park leading in Evian

September 15, 2016
Sung Hyun Park of Korea. Credit: Tristan Jones

South Korean pair Park Sung-Hyun (above) and Chun In Gee made a major statement when they opened with a pair of eight-under-par 63s to hold a one-stroke lead at the Evian Championship in France on Thursday.

The 2015 US Women’s Open champion Chun and Korean LPGA money list leader Park both impressively fired eight birdies on a day of sunshine and showers at Evian Resort Golf Club.

China’s Shanshan Feng, who won the Buick Championship before collecting an Olympic bronze medal last month, shares second with Annie Park of the United States on seven-under, but Park and Chun were the latest South Korean names to lead on the Ladies European Tour.

The 22-year-old stars hit 16 and 18 fairways respectively and Chun said: “Before the round I felt really nervous today and it was windy and there was a thunderstorm this morning, so I tried to focus more on my game.”

Speaking through translation, Park said: “Everything went well. The fairways are narrow and greens small, so it’s a very tough course.” She added that she had been inspired to take up the game by former US Open champion Se Ri Pak.

England’s Dame Laura Davies is the leading European player in a share of 15th position on two-under-par and the two-time Evian Masters champion was all smiles after making three birdies on the back nine.

Before heading off to the local stadium to manage the caddies’ team at the annual charity football match, Davies said: “It was a dodgy old start with a double and then one three putt bogey and the rest of it was great. I had a few really good up and downs. I missed a few greens today but I really did putt well today, so it was nice. I had a nice bunker shot on 17. I had a really horrible number, 100 yards and it was halfway between clubs and I ended up hitting a poor second shot but a great up and down. On 18, I hit a lovely 7-iron to about four feet.”

Of the other notable players, Spain’s Solheim Cup star Carlota Ciganda was a stroke further back on one-under-par, in a group with the defending champion Lydia Ko. The world number one from New Zealand said that she was scrambling for pars and only made two birdies against one bogey. “It was tricky for me because on the back nine I wasn’t hitting fairways. I was making up and downs. It was a good thing my wedge shots or chip shots were good enough where I was able to get off with par.”

England’s Charley Hull was flying high on four-under-par after 15 holes but hit her nine-iron tee shot from the par-3 16th into the lake protecting the green. After walking off with a triple bogey six, she signed for level par round of 71 and said: “I’m playing pretty well. It was a shame about the last couple of holes but I’m still quite happy with my round. I’m out early tomorrow so hopefully I can go out and post a low one. Hopefully the rain holds off. Everything is going well. It was just one bad shot on the 16th hole. Other than that, pretty solid. I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t think I could win.”

Hull is in a group sharing 39th place along with the recent Tipsport Golf Masters champion Nanna Koerstz Madsen from Denmark. Madsen said: “I’m a little disappointed by my three-putt on 17 but I didn’t play very well so even par is a good score for me today. After the rain started it wasn’t that hard, it was score-able because there was no wind, but my swing wasn’t there so I’m happy with even par.”

The Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open winner Isabelle Boineau from France had the honour of hitting the first tee shot and made a solid start with a one-over 72, which put her into a group including the 2014 champion Kim Hyo Joo, the 2015 Lacoste Ladies Open de France champion Céline Herbin and Hero Women’s Indian Open champion Emily Kristine Pedersen from Denmark.

Boineau said: “I was happy to tee off first in a Major in France. I wasn’t the first to hit the fairway but I was the first to hit. I’m happy about the score. It was pouring with rain when I started so it was hard playing the first hole and I made a bogey but I reached well with a tap-in birdie on number two and was back in the grind. My caddie helped me to stay focused all day because I had a hard time with my swing. He took care of the distances and where to land the ball and I focused on the shape of the shot and kept my mind as free as I could instead of getting mad and carrying that around the course.”

Of the other recent LET tournament winners, the Lalla Meryem Cup champion Nuria Iturrios from Spain opened with a two-over par 73 and ended the day just inside the projected cut mark.

Pos.
Player
Score
R1
1
In Gee CHUN
-8
63
1
Sung Hyun PARK
-8
63
3
Shanshan FENG
-7
64
3
Annie PARK
-7
64
5
Angela STANFORD
-6
65
6
So Yeon RYU
-5
66
6
Eun-Hee JI
-5
66
8
Brittany LINCICOME
-3
68
8
Haru NOMURA
-3
68
8
Gerina PILLER
-3
68
8
Xi Yu LIN
-3
68
8
Danielle KANG
-3
68
8
Jin Young KO
-3
68
8
Jennifer SONG
-3
68

 

Scores

Pos . Player Nat R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 In Gee CHUN 63 66 65 69 -21 263 € 433,582.50
T2 So Yeon RYU 66 66 69 66 -17 267 € 230,866.89
T2 Sung Hyun PARK 63 68 67 69 -17 267 € 230,866.89
4 Shanshan FENG 64 67 69 69 -15 269 € 150,173.41
5 Sei Young KIM 69 71 65 65 -14 270 € 120,873.02
6 In-Kyung KIM 70 69 64 69 -12 272 € 98,895.94
7 Angela STANFORD 65 68 71 70 -10 274 € 82,780.02
8 Haru NOMURA 68 69 69 69 -9 275 € 72,524.34
T9 Ariya JUTANUGARN 73 67 70 67 -7 277 € 59,825.49
T9 Brooke HENDERSON 69 71 67 70 -7 277 € 59,825.49
T9 Gerina PILLER 68 72 67 70 -7 277 € 59,825.49
T12 Jodi EWART SHADOFF 73 71 64 71 -5 279 € 49,665.87
T12 Jane PARK 71 68 67 73 -5 279 € 49,665.87
T14 Amy Yang 69 71 72 68 -4 280 € 42,585.36
T14 Emily Kristine PEDERSEN 72 69 69 70 -4 280 € 42,585.36
T14 Candie KUNG 69 67 73 71 -4 280 € 42,585.36
T17 Jenny SHIN 69 71 73 68 -3 281 € 35,104.62
T17 Mi Jung HUR 71 69 72 69 -3 281 € 35,104.62
T17 Carlota CIGANDA 70 68 72 71 -3 281 € 35,104.62
T17 Ha-Na JANG 70 71 69 71 -3 281 € 35,104.62
T17 Jennifer SONG 68 67 72 74 -3 281 € 35,104.62
T22 Jessica KORDA 69 70 74 69 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T22 Megan KHANG 69 70 74 69 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T22 Lexi THOMPSON 73 70 69 70 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T22 Kelly SHON 74 71 69 68 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T22 Annie PARK 64 73 72 73 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T22 Brittany LINCICOME 68 66 74 74 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T22 Mika MIYAZATO 73 66 70 73 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T22 Anna NORDQVIST 71 68 70 73 -2 282 € 27,526.04
T30 Moriya JUTANUGARN 69 71 71 72 -1 283 € 20,828.86
T30 Ally MCDONALD 70 69 72 72 -1 283 € 20,828.86
T30 Sarah-Jane SMITH 69 69 75 70 -1 283 € 20,828.86
T30 Karine ICHER 71 70 70 72 -1 283 € 20,828.86
T30 Xi Yu LIN 68 71 69 75 -1 283 € 20,828.86
T30 Danielle KANG 68 68 72 75 -1 283 € 20,828.86
T36 Hee Young PARK 70 72 70 72 E 284 € 17,289.05
T36 Yani TSENG 69 69 72 74 E 284 € 17,289.05
T36 Catriona MATTHEW 73 70 72 69 E 284 € 17,289.05
T39 Jin Young KO 68 74 71 72 1 285 € 14,944.59
T39 Chella CHOI 71 68 74 72 1 285 € 14,944.59
T39 Hyo-Joo KIM 72 70 68 75 1 285 € 14,944.59
T39 Cristie KERR 73 71 72 69 1 285 € 14,944.59
T43 Lee-Anne PACE 71 68 73 74 2 286 € 12,482.73
T43 Cheyenne WOODS 71 70 72 73 2 286 € 12,482.73
T43 Tiffany JOH 69 71 72 74 2 286 € 12,482.73
T43 Lydia KO 70 68 75 73 2 286 € 12,482.73
T43 Alison LEE 71 70 75 70 2 286 € 12,482.73
T48 Eun-Hee JI 66 68 79 74 3 287 € 10,511.82
T48 Isabelle BOINEAU 72 71 71 73 3 287 € 10,511.82
T48 Joanna KLATTEN 72 70 72 73 3 287 € 10,511.82
T48 Paula RETO 74 70 71 72 3 287 € 10,511.82
T52 Charley HULL 71 70 73 74 4 288 € 9,376.94
T52 Marina ALEX 69 72 74 73 4 288 € 9,376.94
T52 Katie BURNETT 72 73 72 71 4 288 € 9,376.94
T55 Pornanong PHATLUM 74 71 69 75 5 289 € 8,057.96
T55 Suzann PETTERSEN 73 70 71 75 5 289 € 8,057.96
T55 Stacy LEWIS 70 72 73 74 5 289 € 8,057.96
T55 Laura GONZALEZ ESCALLON 73 71 73 72 5 289 € 8,057.96
T55 Michelle WIE 73 70 76 70 5 289 € 8,057.96
T55 Paula CREAMER 73 72 75 69 5 289 € 8,057.96
T61 Su OH 73 71 71 75 6 290 € 7,106.31
T61 Il Hee LEE 72 73 74 71 6 290 € 7,106.31
63 Maude-Aimee LEBLANC 70 74 76 71 7 291 € 6,885.73
T64 Sandra GAL 71 72 72 77 8 292 € 6,593.12
T64 Nuria ITURRIOS 73 72 71 76 8 292 € 6,593.12
T64 Pernilla LINDBERG 73 70 74 75 8 292 € 6,593.12
T67 Minjee LEE 71 74 71 77 9 293 € 6,226.69
T67 Austin ERNST 71 72 75 75 9 293 € 6,226.69
69 Celine HERBIN 72 70 77 75 10 294 € 6,007.01
70 Ayako UEHARA 73 71 76 76 12 296 € 5,861.15
71 Min Seo KWAK 72 73 78 75 14 298 € 5,788.22
72 Azahara MUNOZ 73 71 80 75 15 299 € 5,712.62
CUT
T73 Sakura YOKOMINE 71 75 4 146 € 0.00
T73 Ryann O TOOLE 70 76 4 146 € 0.00
T73 Kim KAUFMAN 72 74 4 146 € 0.00
T73 Laura DAVIES 69 77 4 146 € 0.00
T73 Kris TAMULIS 74 72 4 146 € 0.00
T73 Morgan PRESSEL 75 71 4 146 € 0.00
T73 Sydnee MICHAELS 74 72 4 146 € 0.00
T73 Juli INKSTER 74 72 4 146 € 0.00
T81 Beatriz RECARI 74 73 5 147 € 0.00
T81 Mo MARTIN 74 73 5 147 € 0.00
T81 Brittany LANG 76 71 5 147 € 0.00
T81 Alena SHARP 75 72 5 147 € 0.00
T81 Ai MIYAZATO 74 73 5 147 € 0.00
T81 Lee LOPEZ 76 71 5 147 € 0.00
T87 Lizette SALAS 70 78 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Christina Kim 73 75 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Caroline MASSON 72 76 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Gaby LOPEZ 74 74 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Brittany ALTOMARE 70 78 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Cydney CLANTON 73 75 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Albane VALENZUELA 74 74 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Julia ENGSTROM 77 71 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Beth ALLEN 77 71 6 148 € 0.00
T87 Q BAEK 74 74 6 148 € 0.00
T97 Mi Hyang LEE 73 76 7 149 € 0.00
T97 Maria VERCHENOVA 74 75 7 149 € 0.00
T97 Jing YAN 75 74 7 149 € 0.00
T97 Sun Young YOO 75 74 7 149 € 0.00
T97 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN 75 74 7 149 € 0.00
T102 Lindy DUNCAN 76 74 8 150 € 0.00
T102 Bronte LAW 74 76 8 150 € 0.00
T102 Karrie WEBB 72 78 8 150 € 0.00
T102 Simin FENG 75 75 8 150 € 0.00
T106 Julie YANG 76 76 10 152 € 0.00
T106 Eun Jeong SEONG 75 77 10 152 € 0.00
T106 Nontaya SRISAWANG 79 73 10 152 € 0.00
T106 Mirim LEE 75 77 10 152 € 0.00
T106 Hannah O´SULLIVAN 77 75 10 152 € 0.00
T106 Caroline HEDWALL 78 74 10 152 € 0.00
T106 Min LEE 76 76 10 152 € 0.00
T113 Jung Min LEE 78 75 11 153 € 0.00
T113 Joo Hyun JI 82 71 11 153 € 0.00
T113 Mariajo URIBE 72 81 11 153 € 0.00
116 Patcharajutar KONGKRAPHAN 80 74 12 154 € 0.00
T117 Kelly TAN 79 78 15 157 € 0.00
T117 Vicky HURST 78 79 15 157 € 0.00
119 Jacqui CONCOLINO 81 79 18 160 € 0.00
Withdrawn Players
Na Yeon CHOI E € 0.00

 

Preview

DATES: September 15-18
SITE: Evian GC, Evian-Les-Bains, FR
PRIZE MONEY: $3,250,000
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