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Hugel-JTBC LA Open

DATES: April 19-22
SITE: Wilshire Country Club, Los Angeles, CA
PRIZE MONEY: $1,500,000

Round 4 - Moriya Jutanugarn wins first LPGA title at LA Open

April 22, 2018

Thai golfer Moriya Jutanugarn finally joined her sister Ariya in the winner's circle, closing with a three-under 68 on Sunday to capture the LA Open.

The 23-year-old Moriya's win by two strokes means that the Bangkok siblings join Annika and Charlotta Sorenstam as the only sisters to win on the USLPGA Tour.

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Moriya was at a loss for words as she celebrated the win on the 18th green of the Wilshire Country Club with her family members and friends.

"My sister is crying more than me," said Moriya as she wiped tears of joy. "I can't tell you what I feel right now."

Ariya, 22, watched the final putt drop from just off the green as she stood with her arm around their mother. When Moriya sank her putt to reach a 12-under 272 total, Ariya skipped onto the green and shared a long emotional hug with her older sister.

"It feels great," said Moriya. "I had a lot of patience out there. Finally my week comes through. I had a pretty solid weekend and I am pretty happy with that."

Park In-bee, who will return to the No. 1 ranking in the world on Monday, shot a 68 to finish in a tie with fellow Korean Ko Jin-young who had a 70.

Ryu So-yeon finished alone in fourth at seven-under 277, five strokes adrift of Moriya.

Ji Eun-hee shot a 71 and tied for fifth with Emma Talley as four of the top six players were from South Korea to the delight of the large Korean expat crowd that was in attendance.

But the day belonged to Moriya, who won on her 156th start and was joined in celebration by another Thai, Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong, who shot a 69 and finished in a season-best ninth place.

Former world No. 1 Ariya has been the conquering hero over the past two years, becoming the first player from Thailand to win a major championship when she claimed the 2016 British Open.

Even before Sunday's win, Moriya put her own stamp on the Tour, winning the rookie of the year award six years ago.

On Sunday, Moriya turned up the heat on the back nine, making birdies on four holes beginning at the par-three 12th. Her only blemish of the day was a bogey on 16, but she recovered to par the final two holes.

Seven time major champion Park is poised to regain the world No. 1 spot when the rankings come out on Monday. World number three Park needed to finish in the top six and have current No. 1 Feng Shanshan of China place where she did in a tie for 12th.

Pos.
Player
Scores
Total
To Par
1
Moriya Jutanugarn
68 - 66 - 70 - 68
272
-12
2T
Inbee Park
66 - 71 - 69 - 68
274
-10
2T
Jin Young Ko
71 - 67 - 66 - 70
274
-10

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Round 3 - Jin Young Ko & Moriya Jutanugarn leading Hugel-JTBC

April 21, 2018

Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn birdied the 18th hole Saturday to match South Korea's Jin Young Ko for a share of the lead after the third round of the LPGA's LA Open.

Moriya, the 2013 LPGA Rookie of the Year seeking her first tour title, fired a one-under par 70 while Ko shot 66 at Wilshire Country Club to finish level on nine-under 204 after 54 holes.

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Seven-time major champion Inbee Park was third on 206 with South Korean compatriot Eun-hee Ji and American Marina Alex sharing fourth on 207.

Moriya opened with a double bogey and took another bogey at the par-4 sixth before turning her round around with a birdie at the par-4 eighth.

The 23-year-old sister of Thai star Ariya Jutanugarn eagled the par-4 14th and closed with a birdie at the par-3 18th to match Ko atop the leaderboard.

Ko, 22, won 10 times on the Korean women's tour, the last of those titles coming last October at Incheon in an LPGA co-sanctioned event. She added her second LPGA victory in February at the Australian Women's Open.

Ko birdied the third and fifth holes and added another to start the back nine. She continued to surge with birdies at the par-3 12th and par-5 15th before her lone bogey at 16, which she answered with a birdie at 18.

Joining the co-leaders in the final trio on Sunday will be Park, whose back-to-back birdies at 15 and 16 spiced a 69.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Jin Young Ko
-9
71
67
66
204
T1
Moriya Jutanugarn
-9
68
66
70
204
3
Inbee Park
-7
66
71
69
206
T4
Eun-Hee Ji
-6
68
69
70
207
T4
Marina Alex
-6
67
68
72
207
T6
Minjee Lee
-5
69
73
66
208
T6
Caroline Inglis
-5
68
71
69
208
8
So Yeon Ryu
-4
71
65
73
209
T9
Pernilla Lindberg
-3
68
76
66
210
T9
Bronte Law
-3
70
72
68
210
T9
Aditi Ashok
-3
68
73
69
210

Round 2 - Moriya Jutanugarn moves into lead in California

April 20, 2018

Moriya Jutanugarn took the lead into the weekend at the HUGEL-JTBC LA Open in her latest bid to join younger sister Ariya as an LPGA Tour winner.

Moriya Jutanugarn shot a bogey-free 5-under 66 on Friday at Wilshire Country Club to get to 8-under 134 in the LPGA Tour's first event in Los Angeles since 2005.

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''I just want to keep playing my game,'' she said. ''If it's my time, then it'll turn out good.''

The 23-year-old from Thailand hit 16 of 18 greens in regulation. She started fast with birdies on the par-5 second, par-4 third and par-3 fourth and added two more on the par-4 11th and par-5 13th.

''The key for this week is just stay away from the bunkers,'' she said.

Ariya Jutanugarn has seven tour victories. She was even par after a second 71.

''I'm trying to beat her all the time,'' Moriya Jutanugarn said.

Marina Alex was second after a 68.

''I think it's a nice, fun golf course,'' Alex said. ''You've got a lot of variation, some short holes, some long holes. I feel like you hit a lot of different clubs into greens, whether it's a wedge all the way to - I had a hybrid yesterday into one of the holes.''

So Yeon Ryu was 6 under after a 69,

''We're on poa annua greens this week, so when you're playing in the morning, you actually can have a purer roll,'' Ryu said. ''I think I was able to trust it more.''

Fellow South Korean players Inbee Park (71) and Eun-Hee Ji (69) were 5 under.

Park, the first-round leader at 66, struggled on the greens in the afternoon.

''Today was just so difficult on the greens for me,'' Park said. ''Just playing in the afternoon, it's so much tougher to hole a putt. It's just hard to trust your line when you know it's just going to bounce everywhere.''

Lexi Thompson was 3 under after a 71.

Top-ranked Shanshan Feng followed her opening 74 with a 67 to get to 1 under.

Michelle Wie (70) was 1 over. Brooke Henderson, the Canadian star who won last week in Hawaii, had a 79 to miss the cut.

Of note

• Moriya Jutanugarn is looking for her first career victory - she has three runner-up finishes including one this season at the 2018 Honda LPGA Thailand.
• M. Jutanugarn has held the lead through 36 holes just once in her LPGA career - last year at The Evian Championship, where she finished in a tie for third.
• Marina Alex currently ranks third on Tour in driving accuracy (84.34%) - she has ranked the inside the top 22 in driving accuracy in the past five seasons and inside the top 10 the last three seasons.
• Alex recorded her best career finish and the first runner-up of her career at the 2018 Bank of Hope Founders Cup, finishing five shots behind champion Inbee Park.
• M. Jutanugarn is making her 156th career LPGA start this week, while Alex is making her 111th LPGA start.
• There have been two Rolex First-Time Winners so far in 2018 - Jin Young Ko (ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open) and Pernilla Lindberg (ANA Inspiration).
• Last year, So Yeon Ryu and Sung Hyun Park became the first players to share Rolex Player of the Year honors in the 51-year history of the award.
• Amy Yang withdrew from the HUGEL-JTBC LA Open on Friday with an arm injury.

Pos. Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1 Moriya Jutanugarn
-8
68
66
134
2 Marina Alex
-7
67
68
135
3 So Yeon Ryu
-6
71
65
136
T4 Eun-Hee Ji
-5
68
69
137
T4 Inbee Park
-5
66
71
137
6 Jin Young Ko
-4
71
67
138
T7 Morgan Pressel
-3
71
68
139
T7 Azahara Munoz
-3
69
70
139
T7 Lexi Thompson
-3
68
71
139
T7 Caroline Inglis
-3
68
71
139
T11 Georgia Hall
-2
71
69
140
T11 Ayako Uehara
-2
71
69
140
T11 Yu Liu
-2
70
70
140
T11 Katherine Kirk
-2
69
71
140
T11 Emma Talley
-2
68
72
140

Round 1 - Putter change helps Inbee Park to lead

April 19, 2018

Having had a terrible putting week at the Lotte Championship in Hawaii, Inbee Park switched from the blade-style putter back to the Odyssey 2-Ball she had used throughout her career and fired a 5-under 66.

“Last week was just an awkward week where I missed a lot of short ones, and I wasn't really comfortable with the putter,” Park said Thursday. “I just wanted to have a different look, so I just changed it.” 

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Marina Alex finished one stroke behind with a 4-under par 67.

“Building confidence,” Alex said of her game. “There is still some stuff I’m trying to work out and get more comfortable with out on the golf course. You know, some setup things and trying to not overthink what I’m doing technically.”

Alex has never won on the LPGA Tour and is feeling optimistic about her first round performance.

“Overall, you know, it was a really good day. Kind of got away with some not-so-solid golf shots in the beginning, and I capitalized on some great putts.” Alex added, “Just kind of let a shot on 17 get away from me. Other than that, it’s definitely getting better.”

Natalie Gulbis carded a 2-under 69, playing in her first tournament since last September at the 2017 Evian Championship is looking to make her first cut since the 2015 Meijer LPGA Classic.

Back injuries have kept her off the course, “I’ve had three back surgeries, and the first one wasn’t successful. I was going to retire in 2010.”

Quotes from LA

Inbee Park, Republic of Korea (66, -5) on switching putters after her third place result last week:

“I didn’t want to [place] blame on anything, but I just thought try to find something to blame, I thought it was maybe a new putter.”

Marina Alex, USA, (67, -4) on what she’s learned from being in contention:

“Yeah, just to not get too overwhelmed with the moment that’s going on. Sometimes I just will tend to get ahead of myself, and I just really need to keep that in check. I mean, even today I found myself a little bit towards the end just getting a little bit anxious when I probably -- you know, it’s only Thursday of this. There is so much golf left. So just to chill a little bit, honestly, for lack of a better term.”

Aditi Ashok, India (68, -3), on what’s she’s learned in her second year on Tour:

“I think it gets better every year. Some of these events have been in the same place for almost eight, ten years, maybe more. I just feel like if you’ve played it once you kind of know the courses, how it suits your game. You might know some pin placements. It just helps you plan the week a lot better.”

Natalie Gulbis, USA (69, -2), on how special playing in Los Angeles is to her:

“The L.A. Open. I mean, being back in L.A., being back at Wilshire and in this market. This is an incredible golf course. It’s the hundred year anniversary of Wilshire. It was the first golf course that let me practice when I would spend time here in L.A. Just to have an event back here, it just shows you how well the LPGA is doing to be back in markets like this.”

Of note

• This is the 10th time in Inbee Park’s LPGA career she has held at least a share of the lead thru the first round - Park went on to win the tournament in three of the nine previous instances.
• Park’s 19 career LPGA Tour victories rank tied for 28th (Sandra Palmer) on the Official Career Wins list.
• Park, the 2013 Rolex Player of the Year, became the youngest player ever to qualify for the LPGA Tour Hall of Fame after her 10th start at the 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at the age of 27.
• Of players in the top nine (within two shots of the lead), five are looking for their first career win this week - Marina Alex (-4), Caroline Inglis (-3), Aditi Ashok (-3), Moriya Jutanugarn (-3), and Emma Talley (-3).
• Alex recorded her best career finish and the first runner-up of her career at the 2018 Bank of Hope Founders Cup, finishing five shots behind champion Inbee Park.
• There have been two Rolex First-Time Winners so far in 2018 - Jin Young Ko (ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open) and Pernilla Lindberg (ANA Inspiration).
• Natalie Gulbis won the 2007 Evian Masters for her lone career LPGA victory.
• Haru Nomura withdrew from the HUGEL-JTBC LA Open on Wednesday with a back injury and was replaced by Kris Tamulis.
• Jane Park withdrew from the HUGEL-JTBC LA Open on Thursday morning and was replaced in the field by Lee Lopez.
• Na Yeon Choi withdrew from the HUGEL-JTBC LA Open on Thursday with a back injury.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
1
Inbee Park
-5
66
2
Marina Alex
-4
67
T3
Aditi Ashok
-3
68
T3
Moriya Jutanugarn
-3
68
T3
Lexi Thompson
-3
68
T3
Emma Talley
-3
68
T3
Eun-Hee Ji
-3
68
T3
Pernilla Lindberg
-3
68
T3
Caroline Inglis
-3
68
T10
Lindsey Weaver
-2
69
T10
Katherine Kirk
-2
69
T10
Minjee Lee
-2
69
T10
Natalie Gulbis
-2
69
T10
Azahara Munoz
-2
69

Scores

Pos.
Player
Scores
Total
To Par
Prize Money
1
Moriya Jutanugarn
68 - 66 - 70 - 68
272
-12
$225,000.00
2T
Inbee Park
66 - 71 - 69 - 68
274
-10
$120,105.00
2T
Jin Young Ko
71 - 67 - 66 - 70
274
-10
$120,105.00
4
So Yeon Ryu
71 - 65 - 73 - 68
277
-7
$78,125.00
5T
Emma Talley
68 - 72 - 71 - 67
278
-6
$57,166.00
5T
Eun-Hee Ji
68 - 69 - 70 - 71
278
-6
$57,166.00
7T
Morgan Pressel
71 - 68 - 73 - 67
279
-5
$40,397.00
7T
Minjee Lee
69 - 73 - 66 - 71
279
-5
$40,397.00
9
Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong
70 - 72 - 69 - 69
280
-4
$33,919.00
10T
Pernilla Lindberg
68 - 76 - 66 - 71
281
-3
$29,726.00
10T
Caroline Inglis
68 - 71 - 69 - 73
281
-3
$29,726.00
12T
Jeong Eun Lee
70 - 75 - 69 - 68
282
-2
$22,409.00
12T
Carlota Ciganda
74 - 69 - 71 - 68
282
-2
$22,409.00
12T
Lexi Thompson
68 - 71 - 74 - 69
282
-2
$22,409.00
12T
Austin Ernst
73 - 71 - 67 - 71
282
-2
$22,409.00
12T
Shanshan Feng
74 - 67 - 70 - 71
282
-2
$22,409.00
12T
Mi Hyang Lee
71 - 70 - 70 - 71
282
-2
$22,409.00
12T
Marina Alex
67 - 68 - 72 - 75
282
-2
$22,409.00
19T
Charley Hull
75 - 69 - 68 - 71
283
-1
$16,921.00
19T
Nasa Hataoka
71 - 73 - 68 - 71
283
-1
$16,921.00
19T
Katherine Kirk
69 - 71 - 72 - 71
283
-1
$16,921.00
19T
Bronte Law
70 - 72 - 68 - 73
283
-1
$16,921.00
19T
Aditi Ashok
68 - 73 - 69 - 73
283
-1
$16,921.00
24T
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
70 - 75 - 69 - 70
284
E
$14,291.00
24T
Ariya Jutanugarn
71 - 71 - 72 - 70
284
E
$14,291.00
24T
Chella Choi
72 - 71 - 70 - 71
284
E
$14,291.00
24T
Jessica Korda
71 - 71 - 69 - 73
284
E
$14,291.00
28T
Brianna Do
71 - 74 - 72 - 68
285
1
$12,449.00
28T
Lizette Salas
70 - 72 - 73 - 70
285
1
$12,449.00
28T
Azahara Munoz
69 - 70 - 73 - 73
285
1
$12,449.00
31T
Cristie Kerr
73 - 73 - 71 - 69
286
2
$10,004.00
31T
Lydia Ko
70 - 75 - 72 - 69
286
2
$10,004.00
31T
Christina Kim
74 - 71 - 71 - 70
286
2
$10,004.00
31T
Wichanee Meechai
73 - 72 - 71 - 70
286
2
$10,004.00
31T
Lindy Duncan
70 - 74 - 72 - 70
286
2
$10,004.00
31T
Georgia Hall
71 - 69 - 76 - 70
286
2
$10,004.00
31T
Caroline Masson
75 - 70 - 70 - 71
286
2
$10,004.00
31T
Brittany Altomare
70 - 74 - 69 - 73
286
2
$10,004.00
39T
Mariah Stackhouse
74 - 71 - 71 - 72
288
4
$7,927.00
39T
Sydnee Michaels
72 - 72 - 72 - 72
288
4
$7,927.00
39T
Yu Liu
70 - 70 - 74 - 74
288
4
$7,927.00
42T
Natalie Gulbis
69 - 76 - 76 - 68
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Brittany Lincicome
72 - 71 - 75 - 71
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Amy Olson
73 - 71 - 73 - 72
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Madelene Sagstrom
74 - 72 - 69 - 74
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Beatriz Recari
72 - 71 - 72 - 74
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Pornanong Phatlum
71 - 72 - 72 - 74
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Candie Kung
74 - 72 - 68 - 75
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Kelly Shon
72 - 72 - 70 - 75
289
5
$6,275.00
42T
Lindsey Weaver
69 - 72 - 72 - 76
289
5
$6,275.00
51T
Hee Young Park
74 - 72 - 74 - 70
290
6
$4,954.00
51T
Haeji Kang
73 - 72 - 73 - 72
290
6
$4,954.00
51T
Paula Creamer
71 - 73 - 73 - 73
290
6
$4,954.00
51T
Mi Jung Hur
72 - 70 - 72 - 76
290
6
$4,954.00
55T
Danielle Kang
77 - 69 - 73 - 72
291
7
$4,192.00
55T
Tiffany Chan
71 - 72 - 76 - 72
291
7
$4,192.00
55T
Megan Khang
73 - 72 - 71 - 75
291
7
$4,192.00
55T
Jenny Shin
75 - 70 - 69 - 77
291
7
$4,192.00
55T
Kris Tamulis
72 - 72 - 70 - 77
291
7
$4,192.00
55T
Michelle Wie
73 - 70 - 71 - 77
291
7
$4,192.00
61T
Sun Young Yoo
71 - 74 - 72 - 75
292
8
$3,582.00
61T
Cydney Clanton
71 - 72 - 74 - 75
292
8
$3,582.00
61T
Robynn Ree
78 - 67 - 71 - 76
292
8
$3,582.00
61T
Lee-Anne Pace
74 - 70 - 72 - 76
292
8
$3,582.00
61T
Ayako Uehara
71 - 69 - 76 - 76
292
8
$3,582.00
66
Mo Martin
75 - 71 - 75 - 72
293
9
$3,354.00
67T
Kassidy Teare
70 - 73 - 77 - 74
294
10
$3,201.00
67T
Jaye Marie Green
70 - 75 - 74 - 75
294
10
$3,201.00
67T
Peiyun Chien
70 - 74 - 75 - 75
294
10
$3,201.00
70
Anne-Catherine Tanguay
76 - 67 - 74 - 78
295
11
$3,049.00
CUT
Hannah Green
76 - 71
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Laetitia Beck
75 - 72
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Celine Boutier
75 - 72
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Juli Inkster
75 - 72
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Ally McDonald
75 - 72
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Sandra Gal
74 - 73
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Daniela Iacobelli
74 - 73
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Nelly Korda
74 - 73
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Sung Hyun Park
74 - 73
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Hae-Ran Ryu
74 - 73
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Alena Sharp
74 - 73
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Maria Hernandez
73 - 74
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Wei-Ling Hsu
73 - 74
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Gemma Dryburgh
72 - 75
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Thidapa Suwannapura
72 - 75
147
5
$0.00
CUT
Luna Sobron
77 - 71
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Julieta Granada
75 - 73
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Stacy Lewis
75 - 73
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Mariajo Uribe
75 - 73
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Nanna Koerstz Madsen
74 - 74
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Su Oh
74 - 74
148
6
$0.00
Su Oh
CUT
Emily K. Pedersen
74 - 74
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Cheyenne Woods
74 - 74
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Gaby Lopez
73 - 75
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Caroline Hedwall
72 - 76
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Dani Holmqvist
72 - 76
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Karine Icher
70 - 78
148
6
$0.00
CUT
Jackie Stoelting
75 - 74
149
7
$0.00
CUT
Mina Harigae
74 - 75
149
7
$0.00
CUT
Sei Young Kim
72 - 77
149
7
$0.00
CUT
Lauren Coughlin
71 - 78
149
7
$0.00
CUT
Brooke M. Henderson
70 - 79
149
7
$0.00
CUT
Sarah Jane Smith
79 - 71
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Brittany Lang
77 - 73
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Amelia Lewis
77 - 73
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Kim Kaufman
76 - 74
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Rebecca Artis
75 - 75
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Maude-Aimee Leblanc
75 - 75
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Yani Tseng
75 - 75
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Ashleigh Buhai
74 - 76
150
8
$0.00
CUT
Katelyn Dambaugh
80 - 71
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Cindy LaCrosse
80 - 71
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Catriona Matthew
79 - 72
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Joanna Klatten
78 - 73
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Mel Reid
77 - 74
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Jing Yan
76 - 75
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Alison Lee
74 - 77
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Beth Allen
73 - 78
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Lee Lopez
73 - 78
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Ryann O'Toole
73 - 78
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Maria Torres
72 - 79
151
9
$0.00
CUT
Giulia Molinaro
76 - 76
152
10
$0.00
CUT
Olafia Kristinsdottir
75 - 77
152
10
$0.00
CUT
Anna Nordqvist
74 - 78
152
10
$0.00
CUT
Benyapa Niphatsophon
79 - 74
153
11
$0.00
CUT
Emily Tubert
78 - 75
153
11
$0.00
CUT
Tiffany Joh
76 - 77
153
11
$0.00
CUT
Hyo Joo Kim
75 - 78
153
11
$0.00
CUT
Paula Reto
72 - 81
153
11
$0.00
CUT
Sandra Changkija
78 - 76
154
12
$0.00
CUT
P.K. Kongkraphan
78 - 76
154
12
$0.00
CUT
Katie Burnett
77 - 77
154
12
$0.00
CUT
Celine Herbin
77 - 77
154
12
$0.00
CUT
Jessy Tang
75 - 79
154
12
$0.00
CUT
Perrine Delacour
78 - 77
155
13
$0.00
CUT
Erynne Lee
75 - 80
155
13
$0.00
CUT
Simin Feng
77 - 80
157
15
$0.00
CUT
Mirim Lee
76 - 82
158
16
$0.00
CUT
Angela Stanford
76 - 82
158
16
$0.00
CUT
Angel Yin
81 - 78
159
17
$0.00
CUT
Jacqui Concolino
81 - 81
162
20
$0.00
WDC
Amy Yang
73
73
2
$0.00
WDC
Jennifer Song
73 - 69 - 76
218
5
$3,011.00
WD
Na Yeon Choi
0
E
$0.00

 




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