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ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open

Round 4 - Ko Jin-young second player to win in LPGA debut

February 18, 2018

South Korea's Ko Jin-young led all the way to win the Australian Women's Open by three shots at Adelaide's Kooyonga golf course on Sunday.

Ko, 22, rolled in a short par putt at the last hole to clinch a wire-to-wire victory at 14-under to beat compatriot Choi Hye-jin on 11-under with Australia's Hannah Green on 10-under in third place.

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Ko's victory allows her to take up full LPGA Tour membership for 2018.

The Korean was ranked 20th in the world before the tournament and will likely be close to the top 10 in this week's new rankings.

"My goal is to be rookie of the year," Ko said.

Ko began the tournament with a blistering seven-under 65 and was never headed nor seriously threatened.

Choi was the closest, jumping out of the pack to move within two shots at the turn in the final round, and still two shots back when they came down the stretch.

Ko hit a beautiful seven-iron shot to the 17th green, where the pond on the right represented potentially her only way of losing the Open.

Then she rolled the putt down the hill and into the cup from five metres.

She fired a closing three-under par 69, starting out with two birdies that stretched her initial lead of four shots to six.

She made some mistakes along the way, but none too serious, and hit 15 of the 18 greens in regulation.

In four rounds Ko only missed 11 greens, the best result in the field.

New Zealand's former world No.1 Lydia Ko struggled home to finish joint 19th at three-under after a closing par round of 72 after a second-round two-over 74 put her out of contention on Friday.

Her opening day effort had raised hopes she could contend after making major off-season changes to her support staff.

Ko replaced coach Gary Gilchrist with former PGA Tour professional Ted Oh, while Johnny Scott replaced Peter Godfrey as her caddie.

Pos.
Player Scores Total To Par Prize Money
1
Jin Young Ko
65 - 69 - 71 - 69
274
-14
$195,000.00
2
Hyejin Choi
69 - 71 - 70 - 67
277
-11
$118,649.00
3
Hannah Green
69 - 74 - 66 - 69
278
-10
$86,072.00

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Round 3 - Ko Jin-young takes 4-shot lead into final day

February 17, 2018

South Korean frontrunner Ko Jin-young will take a four-stroke lead into Sunday's final round of the Women's Australian Open after again dominating the field at Kooyonga.

Ko fired a one-under 71 in Saturday's third round to close in on the $1.3 million event and secure her status on the LPGA Tour.

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Ko takes a four-shot buffer over Australia's Hannah Green in the final round as she chases a wire-to-wire victory in Adelaide.

The 22-year-old from Seoul birdied three of her first five holes to lead by six strokes at one stage before bogeys at the sixth and eighth holes.

At the 11th she made a great par-save and at the 12th, she snap-hooked her drive into the trees, leaving her in a difficult spot, blocked out by trees.

But she punched out to near the green, chipped to close range and holed the putt.

The other contenders fell away, with compatriot Jiyai Shin dropping back two shots on the day, and American Emma Talley, who gave back four, playing in the final group.

Ko holed a four-metre birdie at the 17th and might have made another at the last but missed the putt from short range.

"I think focus on my game and think about my chipping keys and putting keys, and enjoy," Ko said.

"This course is narrow so I (am) thinking about only the greens and then two putts. Birdies will be OK, but yes, that's it."

One of the day's highlights was a hole-in-one by Sweden's Jenny Haglund at the 14th in her third-round 73.

"That's so exciting. I've never had anything like this at all," Haglund said of her fourth career ace.

"I hit a seven iron, it was 144 metres. I just aimed right at the pin and it was just how I wanted to hit it.

"I've made a couple of holes-in-one before, but this is obviously the biggest and most important for me, it's fantastic."

New Zealand's former world No.1 Lydia Ko lies eight shots off the lead after firing a one-under 71 to be three-under.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Jin Young Ko
-11
65
69
71
205
2
Hannah Green
-7
69
74
66
209
T3
Hyejin Choi
-6
69
71
70
210
T3
Sun Young Yoo
-6
68
70
72
210
T5
Minjee Lee
-5
72
70
69
211
T5
Nasa Hataoka
-5
72
67
72
211
T7
So Yeon Ryu
-4
69
75
68
212
T7
Karine Icher
-4
70
72
70
212
T7
Chella Choi
-4
69
73
70
212
T7
Mo Martin
-4
68
72
72
212
T7
Jiyai Shin
-4
67
71
74
212

Round 2 - Ko Jin-young extends lead to three shots

February 16, 2018

South Korea's Ko Jin-young extended her lead to three shots in the Australian Women's Open at Kooyonga on Friday as former world No.1 Lydia Ko drifted down the leaderboard.

Ko Jin-young, 22, carded a three-under par 69 in morning conditions to go with her first-round 65 to be at 10-under 134 as the afternoon players battled in the sea breeze.

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The closest at seven-under was American LPGA Tour rookie Emma Talley, who had a second-round 69, also taking advantage of the benign morning conditions.

Two major winners, Shin Ji-yai, who momentarily held the lead when she birdied Friday's first three holes, and Yoo Sun-young were joint-third at six-under.

World No.20 Ko, who has logged 14 birdies in her opening two rounds, was by far the best player over the first two days.

She had started poorly, dropping shots at her first two holes, the 10th and 11th on the course, and losing the lead to compatriot Shin.

But she lit up the front nine, birdieing the first three holes from the par-five first, each time hitting it close, and regained control of the tournament.

"Yes, I like this course style," said Ko, who has won 10 tournaments in Korea and 14 overall.

"Korean courses (are) more long hit and narrow and then (I) have to get longer distance and then straight shots, but here is wider, so stress is less."

A few of the big names remain in the pack. The past two Australian Open winners, Japan's Haru Nomura and Korean Jang Ha-na, were both at three-under, along with the Thai sisters, Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn, while world No.9 Cristie Kerr was at one-under.

World No.3 Ryu So-yeon faded with a 75 to be even-par overall.

New Zealand's former world No.1 Lydia Ko made a run, getting to six-under but then strung four consecutive bogeys together on the back nine to fall off the leaderboard, finishing at two-under overall.

Among those to have the weekend off are Canadian Brooke Henderson, Cheyenne Woods and Mel Reid, as well as Sweden's Caroline Hedwall, who followed a 68 with a disastrous 82.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Jin Young Ko
-10
65
69
134
2
Emma Talley
-7
68
69
137
T3
Sun Young Yoo
-6
68
70
138
T3
Jiyai Shin
-6
67
71
138
5
Nasa Hataoka
-5
72
67
139
T6
Hyejin Choi
-4
69
71
140
T6
Mo Martin
-4
68
72
140
T8
Ha Na Jang
-3
72
69
141
T8
Pernilla Lindberg
-3
71
70
141
T8
Olivia Cowan
-3
70
71
141
T8
Haru Nomura
-3
70
71
141
T8
Ariya Jutanugarn
-3
69
72
141
T8
Moriya Jutanugarn
-3
69
72
141

Round 1 - Ko Jin-young takes Australian lead with 65

February 15, 2018

South Korea's Ko Jin-young fired a nine-birdie opening round of 65 to lead the women's Australian Open by two shots at Kooyonga in Adelaide on Thursday.

Ko, 22, the world number 20 and a winner of 10 tournaments on the Korean tour, reached the turn at three-under and rolled in six more birdies on the back nine to gather in a cluster of players who had held the lead at four-under.

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Ko joined the lead with a birdie at the 16th, birdied again to lead outright at the 17th before repeating the performance at the 18th to lead by two strokes at seven under.

She had nine birdies for the day, two bogeys and shredded the more difficult back nine in 31 shots, with five birdies in the last six holes.

Among those on four-under was former world number one Lydia Ko, who has been under fire for making another series of changes to her team in the off-season, but played brilliantly for a bogey-free round.

Ko Jin-young leads 2013 Open champion and compatriot Jiyai Shin, who followed up her win in Canberra last week with a five-under par 67.

Two other major winners -- American Mo Martin and Korean Yoo Sun-young -- as well as 17-year-old Japanese amateur Suzuka Yamaguchi, a recent Australian Amateur champion, are in the group at four-under par.

Ko, the 20-year-old New Zealander, has again switched to another coach and caddie and has had 11 caddies since turning pro five years ago.

"I'm trying to make the decisions where I think it's the best for me in my career," Ko told reporters after her opening round.

"Sometimes, I think 'hey, maybe I shouldn't have done that'. But I feel like I made the right decisions.

"All I can do ... is do what I think is best for me and, sometimes, not everybody is going to agree."

Ko last year lost her world number one ranking amid her first winless LPGA season since 2012.

Ko is now working under Ted Oh and added: "Hopefully, this one does go a long way."

She birdied four of her initial 10 holes to be among a group of 10 golfers on four under 68.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
1
Jin Young Ko
-7
65
2
Jiyai Shin
-5
67
T3
Nelly Korda
-4
68
T3
Emma Talley
-4
68
T3
Luna Sobron Galmes
-4
68
T3
Suzuka Yamaguchi (a)
-4
68
T3
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
-4
68
T3
Lydia Ko
-4
68
T3
Mo Martin
-4
68
T3
Sun Young Yoo
-4
68
T3
Caroline Hedwall
-4
68
T3
Caroline Inglis
-4
68

Scores

Pos.
Player Scores Total To Par Prize Money
1
Jin Young Ko
65 - 69 - 71 - 69
274
-14
$195,000.00
2
Hyejin Choi
69 - 71 - 70 - 67
277
-11
$118,649.00
3
Hannah Green
69 - 74 - 66 - 69
278
-10
$86,072.00
4
Katherine Kirk
72 - 73 - 69 - 65
279
-9
$66,583.00
5T
Marina Alex
71 - 72 - 70 - 68
281
-7
$48,720.00
5T
Minjee Lee
72 - 70 - 69 - 70
281
-7
$48,720.00
7T
Charley Hull
74 - 69 - 70 - 69
282
-6
$28,528.00
7T
Ariya Jutanugarn
69 - 72 - 72 - 69
282
-6
$28,528.00
7T
Emma Talley
68 - 69 - 76 - 69
282
-6
$28,528.00
7T
So Yeon Ryu
69 - 75 - 68 - 70
282
-6
$28,528.00
7T
Jiyai Shin
67 - 71 - 74 - 70
282
-6
$28,528.00
7T
Sun Young Yoo
68 - 70 - 72 - 72
282
-6
$28,528.00
13T
Georgia Hall
75 - 71 - 70 - 67
283
-5
$20,051.00
13T
Cristie Kerr
71 - 72 - 71 - 69
283
-5
$20,051.00
13T
Tiffany Joh
73 - 71 - 69 - 70
283
-5
$20,051.00
16T
Nicole Broch Larsen
72 - 74 - 70 - 68
284
-4
$16,933.00
16T
Chella Choi
69 - 73 - 70 - 72
284
-4
$16,933.00
16T
Nasa Hataoka
72 - 67 - 72 - 73
284
-4
$16,933.00
19T
Ally McDonald
74 - 69 - 73 - 69
285
-3
$13,666.00
19T
Lindy Duncan
72 - 71 - 73 - 69
285
-3
$13,666.00
19T
Olivia Cowan
70 - 71 - 75 - 69
285
-3
$13,666.00
19T
Stephanie Na
73 - 69 - 73 - 70
285
-3
$13,666.00
19T
Moriya Jutanugarn
69 - 72 - 74 - 70
285
-3
$13,666.00
19T
Katelyn Dambaugh
71 - 72 - 70 - 72
285
-3
$13,666.00
19T
Lydia Ko
68 - 74 - 71 - 72
285
-3
$13,666.00
19T
Mo Martin
68 - 72 - 72 - 73
285
-3
$13,666.00
27T
Angela Stanford
73 - 73 - 74 - 66
286
-2
$11,043.00
27T
Ha Na Jang
72 - 69 - 75 - 70
286
-2
$11,043.00
27T
Cindy LaCrosse
72 - 74 - 69 - 71
286
-2
$11,043.00
30T
Madelene Sagstrom
78 - 69 - 71 - 69
287
-1
$9,614.00
30T
Luna Sobron Galmes
68 - 76 - 74 - 69
287
-1
$9,614.00
30T
Yani Tseng
70 - 76 - 71 - 70
287
-1
$9,614.00
30T
Karine Icher
70 - 72 - 70 - 75
287
-1
$9,614.00
34T
Wichanee Meechai
74 - 73 - 71 - 70
288
E
$7,990.00
34T
Karis Davidson
75 - 69 - 74 - 70
288
E
$7,990.00
34T
Jenny Haglund
75 - 69 - 73 - 71
288
E
$7,990.00
34T
Wei-Ling Hsu
73 - 72 - 71 - 72
288
E
$7,990.00
34T
Robynn Ree
74 - 73 - 68 - 73
288
E
$7,990.00
34T
Yuri Yoshida
70 - 72 - 72 - 74
288
E
$0.00
40T
Caroline Masson
71 - 74 - 73 - 71
289
1
$6,366.00
40T
Nelly Korda
68 - 78 - 70 - 73
289
1
$6,366.00
40T
Peiyun Chien
72 - 71 - 73 - 73
289
1
$6,366.00
40T
Haru Nomura
70 - 71 - 75 - 73
289
1
$6,366.00
40T
Laura Davies
72 - 71 - 72 - 74
289
1
$6,366.00
40T
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
68 - 74 - 73 - 74
289
1
$6,366.00
46T
Sandra Changkija
71 - 75 - 72 - 72
290
2
$5,424.00
46T
Caroline Inglis
68 - 76 - 74 - 72
290
2
$5,424.00
48T
Brittany Lang
74 - 73 - 75 - 69
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Eun Hye Jo
75 - 72 - 72 - 72
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Michele Thomson
75 - 70 - 73 - 73
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Ryann O'Toole
71 - 74 - 73 - 73
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Cydney Clanton
70 - 75 - 73 - 73
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Celine Herbin
73 - 73 - 71 - 74
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Amy Olson
72 - 72 - 73 - 74
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Yu Liu
70 - 74 - 71 - 76
291
3
$4,460.00
48T
Jeongmin Cho
74 - 69 - 72 - 76
291
3
$4,460.00
57T
Maria Torres
74 - 72 - 74 - 72
292
4
$3,573.00
57T
Laetitia Beck
70 - 75 - 75 - 72
292
4
$3,573.00
57T
Valdis Jonsdottir
72 - 72 - 74 - 74
292
4
$3,573.00
57T
Xiyu Lin
72 - 70 - 74 - 76
292
4
$3,573.00
57T
Suzuka Yamaguchi
68 - 77 - 70 - 77
292
4
$0.00
62T
Lindsey Weaver
72 - 73 - 79 - 69
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Na Yeon Choi
73 - 71 - 78 - 71
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Liv Cheng
77 - 70 - 74 - 72
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Ashleigh Buhai
76 - 71 - 72 - 74
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Lee-Anne Pace
71 - 75 - 73 - 74
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Mariajo Uribe
70 - 75 - 72 - 76
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Megan Khang
69 - 73 - 75 - 76
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Pernilla Lindberg
71 - 70 - 76 - 76
293
5
$2,988.00
62T
Saranporn Langkulgasettri
74 - 72 - 70 - 77
293
5
$2,988.00
71T
Sakura Yokomine
71 - 76 - 75 - 73
295
7
$2,631.00
71T
Kelly Shon
71 - 75 - 72 - 77
295
7
$2,631.00
73T
Amelia Lewis
72 - 75 - 77 - 72
296
8
$2,550.00
73T
Holly Clyburn
75 - 72 - 76 - 73
296
8
$2,550.00
75T
Azahara Munoz
73 - 74 - 80 - 70
297
9
$2,469.00
75T
Perrine Delacour
75 - 72 - 77 - 73
297
9
$2,469.00
75T
Cathryn Bristow
74 - 71 - 79 - 73
297
9
$2,469.00
78T
Angel Yin
74 - 73 - 73 - 78
298
10
$2,392.00
78T
Erynne Lee
69 - 74 - 77 - 78
298
10
$2,392.00
80
Jing Yan
75 - 72 - 80 - 76
303
15
$2,347.00
CUT
Bronte Law
76 - 72
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Cheyenne Woods
76 - 72
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Kim Kaufman
74 - 74
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Christina Kim
74 - 74
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Brooke M. Henderson
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Jane Park
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Marissa Steen
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Tiffany Chan
71 - 77
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Karrie Webb
70 - 78
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Austin Ernst
72 - 77
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Mel Reid
71 - 78
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Prima Thammaraks
70 - 79
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Ayako Uehara
80 - 70
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Whitney Hillier
76 - 74
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Nanna Koerstz Madsen
76 - 74
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Sarah Jane Smith
76 - 74
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Beatriz Recari
75 - 75
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Dani Holmqvist
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Catriona Matthew
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Alena Sharp
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Su Oh
73 - 77
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Thidapa Suwannapura
71 - 79
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Caroline Hedwall
68 - 82
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Gemma Dryburgh
78 - 73
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Tsai Ching Tseng
77 - 74
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Katie Burnett
76 - 75
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Jenny Shin
76 - 75
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Kassidy Teare
76 - 75
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Brianna Do
74 - 77
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Olafia Kristinsdottir
74 - 77
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Paula Reto
73 - 78
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Felicity Johnson
78 - 74
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Aditi Ashok
76 - 76
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Sarah Kemp
76 - 76
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Hsin Yu Lu
76 - 76
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Ayaka Watanabe
76 - 76
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Ellen Davies-Graham
75 - 77
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Christine Wolf
75 - 77
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Justine Dreher
74 - 78
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Celine Boutier
73 - 79
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Rebecca Artis
79 - 74
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Lauren Coughlin
79 - 74
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Simin Feng
77 - 76
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Marianne Skarpnord
77 - 76
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Haeji Kang
76 - 77
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Tze Han Lin
75 - 78
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Leticia Ras-Anderica
74 - 79
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Ho Yu An
73 - 80
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Charlotte Thomas
80 - 74
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Grace Kim
76 - 78
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Anne-Catherine Tanguay
76 - 78
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Beth Allen
75 - 79
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Belen Mozo
75 - 79
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Anne Van Dam
76 - 79
155
11
$0.00
CUT
Han Hsuan Yu
75 - 80
155
11
$0.00
CUT
Alison Lee
74 - 81
155
11
$0.00
CUT
Hanee Song
79 - 77
156
12
$0.00
CUT
Amy Boulden
71 - 85
156
12
$0.00
CUT
Alexandra Orchard
78 - 79
157
13
$0.00
CUT
Nina Muehl
79 - 79
158
14
$0.00
CUT
Jessy Tang
84 - 75
159
15
$0.00
CUT
Morgan Pressel
79 - 80
159
15
$0.00
CUT
Jenna Hunter
81 - 79
160
16
$0.00
CUT
Emily K. Pedersen
81 - 81
162
18
$0.00

Preview

DATES: February 15-18
SITE: Kooyonga Golf Club, South Australia
PRIZE MONEY: $1,300,000
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Cristie Kerr at home in wine country

World No. 9 Cristie Kerr is making her 2018 season debut at this week’s ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. It’s her second career start at the event; she finished T51 in 2012 at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club.

As an aspiring sommelier with her own wine label (Kerr Cellars), Kerr is right at home in Adelaide and has been spending her afternoons away from the golf course studying the different wines in the world-famous Barossa Valley.

“I bought a couple of cases of wine and trying to figure out how to ship it back now,” Kerr said. “I love experiencing different wineries in the States and it was great to get the private tour there [Penfolds winery] and to be able to purchase some wines that we can’t get in the States. It’s all research for me, I’m studying to be a sommelier, but I’m also here for the golf.”

Kerr will get her first round underway in Australia at 1:07 p.m. on Thursday alongside Team USA Solheim Cup teammate Austin Ernst and Wei-Ling Hsu, who was the runner-up at the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic.

So Yeon Ryu the 'Honorary Aussie'

World No. 3 So Yeon Ryu is playing the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open for the first time since 2015 this week, but she blends in well with the Aussie crowd as she frequently indulges in the Australian staple “vegemite”.

“I’m good friends with Sarah Jane Smith and then she always carry the Vegemite,” Ryu said, “then every morning when I meet her in the dining, I ask, “Can I borrow your Vegemite?” She said, “If you eat Vegemite, you’re definitely an honorary Aussie.” So, she called me an honorary Aussie.”

Ryu is making just her fourth career start at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open this week, but has fond memories of the tournament since she was runner-up in 2012. Ryu says the Kooyonga Golf Club poses a unique challenge with tricky and undulating greens.

“You have to have great course strategy,” Ryu said. “You definitely need a good caddie’s advice as well, so I would say if somebody is in good condition with their long game, they will definitely have a chance to win the Tournament and hopefully that’s going to be me.”

Zoee Dolling named award recipient for LPGA's XL Catlin Volunteer Service Award

A new program launched in 2018 to recognize exemplary volunteers at each LPGA tournament. Currently in her third year as a volunteer at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, Zoee Dolling was nominated by tournament representatives and will be presented with a service award plaque during tournament week, Feb. 15-18.

In addition, Dolling will join other tournament volunteers nominated throughout the year for a season-ending random drawing that will award a donation of $10,000 in the winning nominee’s name to the charity of the tournament for which the volunteer serves. The tournament charity for the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open is Soldier On, Australia’s only national fully integrated and holistic support services provider for national service personnel and their families.




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