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LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship

DATES: April 26-29
SITE: Lake Merced Golf Club, San Francisco, California
PRIZE MONEY: $1,500,000

Round 4 - Lydia Ko wins playoff for LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship

April 29, 2018

Lydia Ko hit a 3-wood to 3 feet for eagle to finish off Minjee Lee on the first hole of a playoff Sunday in the chilly LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship

Ko won her 15th LPGA Tour title and first since July 2016, a 43-event stretch marked by changes in instructors, caddies and equipment and a large weight loss.

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''It's a huge relief because people are like, 'Hey, because of this you're not winning, because of that you're not winning. Actually, I tried to stay away from all the media and everything that was being said about me and tried to just focus on what was going on in front.''

Five days after turning 21, the New Zealander won for the third time at Lake Merced after taking the Swinging Skirts LPGA at the tree-lined layout in 2014 and 2015.

''It's crazy because I was 3 over for the day at one stage and I said, 'Hey, you've just got to focus and you never know what's going to happen,''' Ko said. ''I was able to kind of put my game together on the back nine. When that putt dropped, I was like, 'Oh, my God.'"

More than 20 yards behind Lee in the fairway on the par-5 18th in the playoff, Ko hit a 3-wood that cleared the tree limbs on the right, landed in front of the green and rolled inches by on the right side.

''I knew that I needed to catch my 3-wood really solid,'' Ko said. ''I think the big thought process for me was, 'Hey, try and hit a 3-wood like I did it on the 15th hole.' I was able to kind of copy that and I heard it almost tried to go in for a 2, which obviously wasn't running through my mind.''

She took her time with the short winning putt.

''You don't get that many opportunities like that,'' Ko said. ''Even though it's short, it makes it a little bit nerve-wracking because it's a length that you know you should make.''

Lee, the 21-year-old Australian who won the 2012 U.S. Girls' Junior at Lake Merced, hit her second shot into the rough near the right greenside bunker and made a 10-foot birdie putt.

''I don't know if anybody could beat that,'' Lee said about Ko's second shot. ''It was perfect. It was straight over the tree and it just rolled straight next to the pin.''

Ko closed with a 1-under 71 to match Lee at 12-under 276. Lee had her second straight 68.

Ko holed a flop shot for birdie on the par-4 13th, two-putted for birdie on the par-5 15th and matched Lee with an up-and-down birdie on the 18th to force the playoff.

Playing in the group ahead of Ko and Jessica Korda, Lee holed out from a greenside bunker for birdie on the par-3 17th.

''I was like to myself, 'Oh, Minjee, let's not putt on this hole,''' Lee said. ''So, I just went in there and hit it. It went in. ... I think I did a really good job of actually getting in the playoff.''

Korda, a stroke ahead of Ko and Lee with nine holes left, finished with a 74 to drop into a tie for third at 8 under with Angel Yin (67), Shanshan Feng (68) and Charley Hull (70).

Ko was considering celebrating her first adult victory with Korda's birthday present

''Jess gave me a bottle of vodka for my birthday and she said it's really smooth,'' Ko said. ''I don't know if vodka's ever smooth, so maybe we might open that.''

Pos.
Player
Scores
Total
To Par
1
Lydia Ko
68 - 70 - 67 - 71
276
-12
2
Minjee Lee
70 - 70 - 68 - 68
276
-12
T3
Angel Yin
73 - 69 - 71 - 67
280
-8
T3
Shanshan Feng
73 - 71 - 68 - 68
280
-8
T3
Charley Hull
69 - 68 - 73 - 70
280
-8
T3
Jessica Korda
68 - 67 - 71 - 74
280
-8

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Round 3 - Lydia Ko back in the lead in California

April 28, 2018

Days after turning 21, Lydia Ko is surrounding herself with family and friends and soaking up good vibes on a golf course she loves as she seeks to end a victory drought.

The former No. 1 shot a 5-under 67 at Lake Merced on Saturday for a one-shot lead over Jessica Korda at the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship.

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Ko has two previous victories at Lake Merced among her 14 LPGA Tour wins, but she hasn't won since July 2016 and has changed instructors twice since then, along with switching caddies and equipment.

''I love San Francisco and I'm a member here, so sometimes I get some friendly member bounces. But it brings back a lot of good memories for me,'' Ko said. ''Coming into the week I knew that no matter how I was going to play, I knew I was going to have a great time. The members here and all the fans have been super supportive.''

The New Zealander, who celebrated her birthday on Tuesday, hit 14 greens in regulation to match the low round of the day in cool and breezy conditions. Her three-day total of 11-under 205 was enough to overtake Korda, who shot 71. Minjee Lee (68) was three shots back.

Ko has been trying to contain her emotions, but she knows they might come pouring out if she were to prevail.

''I guess if it happens, I'm sure I'll be super excited. Who knows, it might be tomorrow, it might be the next week, might be in the year, who knows. I know that no matter what number win it is, it's always exciting to be the one holding the trophy,'' she said. ''I think it would be emotional and exciting for not only me, but for my whole family.''

Ko followed up her lone bogey by holing a bunker shot for birdie on the par-4 11th. She got up-and-down from a greenside bunker for birdie on the par-5 15th and made a 12-footer with about 3 feet of break that fell in the side of the hole on No. 16.

''You go, hey, holing a bunker shot once in a year, that might come, that might not. For me to have a couple chip-ins today and yesterday is really good,'' Ko said.

Korda was 1 over through 12 holes before she rallied with birdies on 13 and 15.

''Today was definitely tough. The wind was picking up in the afternoon,'' Korda said. ''I'm not sure what golf course Lydia was playing, but she played great.''

Ko won the Swinging Skirts LPGA at Lake Merced in 2014 and 2015. Lee also has a title there, the 2012 U.S. Girls' Junior.

''It's challenging every aspect of my game and I'm sure it does all the other girls out here,'' Lee said. ''I mean, it's cold, I think it's just playing tough. It's a great challenge.''

Mariajo Uribe (68), Ryann O'Toole (69), last week's winner Moriya Jutanugarn (71) and Charley Hull (73) were five shots back.

Monday qualifier Annie Park, the 2013 NCAA individual champion at USC who has struggled with back problems, shot 75 playing in the final group with Korda and was six behind.

''I was a little rusty,'' Park said. ''I haven't been in the final group for a long time.''

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Lydia Ko
-11
68
70
67
205
2
Jessica Korda
-10
68
67
71
206
3
Minjee Lee
-8
70
70
68
208
T4
Mariajo Uribe
-6
71
71
68
210
T4
Ryann O'Toole
-6
70
71
69
210
T4
Moriya Jutanugarn
-6
71
68
71
210
T4
Charley Hull
-6
69
68
73
210
T8
Ariya Jutanugarn
-5
71
72
68
211
T8
Annie Park
-5
70
66
75
211
T10
Aditi Ashok
-4
73
71
68
212
T10
Shanshan Feng
-4
73
71
68
212
T10
Mo Martin
-4
70
71
71
212
T10
Nasa Hataoka
-4
71
69
72
212

Round 2 - Jessica Korda takes lead with 67

April 27, 2018

Jessica Korda fired six birdies in a five-under par 67 on Friday to seize a one-stroke lead over unheralded Annie Park in the LPGA Mediheal Championship.

Korda, seeking her second LPGA victory of the season, broke out of a five-way tie atop the leaderboard after the first round as former world number one Lydia Ko, who headlined that leading group, slipped back.

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England's Charley Hull carded a four-under par 68 at Lake Merced Golf Club for sole possession of third place on 137.

Ko carded a two-under 70 for 138 and was one stroke in front of Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn (68) and South Korean Kim Sei-young (70).

Korda notched her fifth career victory at the LPGA Thailand in February as she returned to competition after jaw surgery that sidelined her for months.

On Friday she grabbed three of her six birdies in her first four holes and finished with a total of just 26 putts to edge ahead.

"I knew I was going to get certain bounces that weren't going to be super favorable as the greens got firmer during the afternoon," Korda said. "I just stayed patient and stayed with my process and here we are."

Park, the 2013 NCAA collegiate champion who earned her spot in the field through Monday qualifying, posted the low round of the tournament with a six-under par 66 that included seven birdies.

Park teed off in the morning and led by as many as four. She, too, needed 26 putts, missing just one fairway in a sparkling effort.

"I was hitting it very well today and some putts were dropping," Park said. "It was a good day overall."

Park, is making her first start of 2018, having lost her LPGA card after battling debilitating back trouble.

"It was to a point where I couldn't get out of my bed," she said. "But I learned a lot from it.

"I didn't know how much I missed the sport. I love the sport," added Park, who said the experience had given her "a different perspective towards life and golf."

Ko, who won at Lake Merced in 2014 and 2015, is seeking her first LPGA title since July of 2016.

The New Zealander, who turned 21 this week, closed with her fourth birdie of the round to boost her bid to claim a 15th LPGA title.

"I played really solid today, so it's definitely nice to be able to put myself in better positions," Ko said. "There's still two long days to go, but I'm happy with the way I played the last couple days."

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Jessica Korda
-9
68
67
135
2
Annie Park
-8
70
66
136
3
Charley Hull
-7
69
68
137
4
Lydia Ko
-6
68
70
138
T5
Moriya Jutanugarn
-5
71
68
139
T5
Sei Young Kim
-5
69
70
139
T7
Nasa Hataoka
-4
71
69
140
T7
Minjee Lee
-4
70
70
140
T7
So Yeon Ryu
-4
70
70
140
T7
Su Oh
-4
68
72
140

Round 1 - Lydia Ko in 5-way tie for lead at Lake Merced

April 26, 2018

Lydia Ko was back on top at Lake Merced.

Ko shot a 4-under 68 on a chilly Thursday morning at the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship for a share of the first-round lead. Jessica Korda, Caroline Hedwall, In-Kyung Kim and Su Oh joined Ko atop the leaderboard in the LPGA Tour's return to Lake Merced after a year away.

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''This is a golf course where you need to drive the ball well and putt well,'' said Ko, the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic winner at the course in 2014 and 2015.

Ko eagled the par-5 fifth and had four birdies and a bogey. The New Zealander has 14 LPGA Tour wins, the last in July 2016.

''It's nice to come back to a place where you feel super-welcomed,'' Ko said. ''It just brings back a lot of great memories. ... My family and friends are here this week, so I'm hoping that I'm going to continue the solid play.''

She turned 21 on Tuesday.

''I don't think I feel a huge difference, but I know turning 21 is a huge thing in the U.S.,'' Ko said, ''So, I'm legal and I can do some fun things now.''

Korda, playing alongside Kim a group ahead of Ko, also eagled the fifth and had four birdies and a bogey. Korda won in Thailand in February in her return from reconstructive jaw surgery.

''The score says one thing and my hands say another,'' Korda said. ''It was really cold out there today, so it was good that I stuck to kind of my process. ... Actually, this is still some of the nicer conditions that we've played in compared to the past. I'll take the cold as long as there's no rain.''

Hedwall and Kim each had five birdies and a bogey.

''I just love the city. It's really nice,'' said Hedwall, from Sweden. ''It's sort of a European-style city with all the shopping going on downtown and stuff. I love it here. I even like this weather, suits me really well, too.''

Oh had a bogey-free round. The Australian was the only one of the five players tied for the lead to play in the afternoon.

''It was cold and pretty windy out there and, because it's got a lot of elevation, it kind of swirls in the middle like in the low areas, so it was tough,'' Oh said. ''I hit the ball really solid today. Then the ones I missed, I made really good up-and-downs.''

Lexi Thompson, Sei Young Kim, Charley Hull and Celine Herbin shot 69.

''This course is very challenging, especially when the wind picks up,'' the third-ranked Thompson said. ''It's chilly, so it's a little longer of a course. Some of the par 5s are reachable, so you try to take advantage of that, but pars were good and just take the birdie chances as you can get them.''

Moriya Jutanugarn, the winner Sunday in Los Angeles for her first LPGA Tour title, had a 71 playing with former Stanford student Michelle Wie and ANA Inspiration winner Pernilla Lindberg. Wie had a 74, and Lindberg shot 79. Ariya Jutanugarn matched her sister with a 71, playing in the group with Ko.

Top-ranked Inbee Park matched playing partner Brooke Henderson with a 72. The third member of the afternoon group, second-ranked Shanshan Feng, shot 73.

Juli Inkster shot 72. The 57-year-old Hall of Famer grew up in Santz Cruz, starred at San Jose State and lives in Los Altos. She won the last of her 31 LPGA Tour titles in 2006.

Stacy Lewis had a 74 after announcing that she is pregnant with a due date of Nov. 3. She plans to play through the Marathon Classic in July and return for a full season next year.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
T1
Caroline Hedwall
-4
68
T1
Lydia Ko
-4
68
T1
In-Kyung Kim
-4
68
T1
Jessica Korda
-4
68
T1
Su Oh
-4
68
T6
Charley Hull
-3
69
T6
Sei Young Kim
-3
69
T6
Celine Herbin
-3
69
T6
Lexi Thompson
-3
69
T10
Mo Martin
-2
70
T10
Dani Holmqvist
-2
70
T10
Jaye Marie Green
-2
70
T10
Caroline Inglis
-2
70
T10
Jane Park
-2
70
T10
Sandra Changkija
-2
70
T10
Minjee Lee
-2
70
T10
Ryann O'Toole
-2
70
T10
So Yeon Ryu
-2
70
T10
Perrine Delacour
-2
70
T10
Karine Icher
-2
70
T10
Annie Park
-2
70
T10
Carlota Ciganda
-2
70

Preview


California dreamin'

31-time LPGA winner Juli Inkster is Northern California born and bred. The LPGA and World Golf Hall of Fame member was born in Santa Cruz, she was a three-time All-American at San Jose State and currently lives in Los Altos, about 30 miles from Lake Merced Golf Club. As expected, Inkster is happy the LPGA has returned to the Bay Area this season.

“My kids and all their friends are going to come out,” Inkster said. “It’s nice to have family close by. Got some players staying with me so we’re cooking in every night and having fun there. Even though the South Bay, it’s only a 35-minute drive straight up, it’s a great home game for me just to have my friends come out here and watch me play.”

Inkster has great memories of playing at Lake Merced Golf Club; it was the site of her most recent top-20 finish at the 2016 Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic where she finished T19. At the same event in 2015 she finished T15. As a seven-time major champion, Inkster enjoys the challenge a course like Lake Merced presents.

“I like where it’s not a birdie-fest out here,” Inkster said. “Lake Merced’s probably in the best shape it’s been, it’s in amazing shape. The weather seems like it’s going to be okay this week, so the course is playing tough. I mean, this is like an Open golf course, it’s a tough golf course. You’ve got to really play well here. I think it’s going to be a good week.”

What you need to know about the inaugural LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship

• One of three new events on the LPGA schedule in 2018
• The final of four LPGA tournaments in California in 2018
• Built in 1922 on what was once coastal sand dunes, the golf course at Lake Merced Golf Club has undergone renovations by Dr. Alister MacKenzie, architect of Augusta National, and in 1996 by Rees Jones, the praised “U.S. Open Doctor”
• In addition to hosting an LPGA tournament from 2014-2016, numerous championship events have taken place at Lake Merced Golf Club, including U.S. Open Qualifiers, an NCAA West Regional Championship, a U.S. Boys’ Junior Championship and a U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship
• MEDIHEAL, a Korean based cosmetics company, has previously partnered with the LPGA through sponsoring top LPGA Tour player, So Yeon Ryu. The LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship will be the company’s first event sponsorship
• In 2018 at Lake Merced Golf Club, tournament officials flipped the front nine and back nines, so the event now will end with the holes normally played as No. 7, No. 8 and No. 9

San Fran is lap 10 in Race to the CME Globe

The finale of the LPGA Tour’s West-Coast swing, the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, marks the 10th lap of the 2018 Race to the CME Globe. With her win at the Bank of Hope Founders Cup and three additional top-three finishes, LPGA Hall of Fame member Inbee Park has the early lead in the Race to CME Globe with 1,458 points. HUGEL-JTBC LA Open winner Moriya Jutanugarn is close behind Park with 1,179 points.

Throughout the season’s 33 official events, LPGA Members will battle for position, with the top 12 players after the Blue Bay LPGA heading into the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship with the opportunity to take home a $1 million bonus, the biggest prize in women’s golf.

All tournaments have the same point values except for the five major championships, which carry 25 percent

more value; there are 625 points up for grabs this week at the ANA Inspiration. For all events with a cut, points are awarded to members who make the cut, while for events without a cut, points are awarded to members who finish in the top 40 and ties.

Points will be reset for the CME Group Tour Championship following the Blue Bay LPGA, with the top 72 LPGA Members, as well as any non-Member winners and alternates, seeded into the championship field. For the top five players, it’s easy – win the CME Group Tour Championship and take home $1 million. However, the top 12 in the points race all have a mathematical chance to take the title of Race to the CME Globe Champion and win the coveted check.

In 2017, Lexi Thompson became the first American winner of the Race to the CME Globe and the accompanying $1 million prize. She joined Lydia Ko(2014, 2015) and Ariya Jutanugarn (2016) as the only players to hoist the crystal trophy.

Irene Agnos nominated for XL Catlin Volunteer Service Award

As an avid amateur photographer, Irene Agnos has a knack for capturing light in people when she walks the streets of her San Francisco home looking for compelling images of urban life.

Agnos also brings that kind of focus on detail to her role as volunteer chairperson at golf championships staged at her home course, Lake Merced Golf Club. She has become an experienced volunteer organizer at Lake Merced, beginning when her club played host to the 2012 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship, and later to the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, held from 2014-2016.

This year, Agnos will again lead the volunteer corps at Lake Merced for the inaugural LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship, and because of her continued leadership at the Northern California venue, she has been nominated as a recipient for the LPGA’s XL Catlin Volunteer Service Award – a new program launched in 2018 to recognize exemplary volunteers at each LPGA tournament.

LPGA partners with UBS and Prudential to introduce more business women to golf

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) is excited to announce the launch of ‘On Par with the LPGA’s Best – UBS and Prudential Women and Golf’, a multi-faceted program designed to introduce more business women to the game of golf.

This program will include a series of events ranging from the first one, hosted earlier this week by Golf Channel’s Lisa Cornwell at Golf and Body NYC and titled “Demystifying the Game”, to a day spent with World Golf Hall of Fame member Nancy Lopez and individual lessons provided by LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals.

Scores

Pos.
Player
Scores
Total
To Par
Prize Money
1
Lydia Ko
68 - 70 - 67 - 71
276
-12
$225,000.00
2
Minjee Lee
70 - 70 - 68 - 68
276
-12
$137,536.00
T3
Angel Yin
73 - 69 - 71 - 67
280
-8
$72,476.00
T3
Shanshan Feng
73 - 71 - 68 - 68
280
-8
$72,476.00
T3
Charley Hull
69 - 68 - 73 - 70
280
-8
$72,476.00
T3
Jessica Korda
68 - 67 - 71 - 74
280
-8
$72,476.00
T7
Caroline Masson
72 - 69 - 72 - 68
281
-7
$35,956.00
T7
Aditi Ashok
73 - 71 - 68 - 69
281
-7
$35,956.00
T7
Nasa Hataoka
71 - 69 - 72 - 69
281
-7
$35,956.00
T7
Ariya Jutanugarn
71 - 72 - 68 - 70
281
-7
$35,956.00
T11
Brittany Altomare
76 - 68 - 73 - 66
283
-5
$25,620.00
T11
Carlota Ciganda
70 - 74 - 69 - 70
283
-5
$25,620.00
T11
Ryann O'Toole
70 - 71 - 69 - 73
283
-5
$25,620.00
T11
Moriya Jutanugarn
71 - 68 - 71 - 73
283
-5
$25,620.00
T15
Jaye Marie Green
70 - 72 - 73 - 69
284
-4
$20,682.00
T15
Celine Boutier
72 - 70 - 71 - 71
284
-4
$20,682.00
T15
Mariajo Uribe
71 - 71 - 68 - 74
284
-4
$20,682.00
T18
Su Oh
68 - 72 - 75 - 70
285
-3
$17,349.00
T18
Jenny Shin
72 - 72 - 70 - 71
285
-3
$17,349.00
T18
Mi Hyang Lee
72 - 70 - 71 - 72
285
-3
$17,349.00
T18
So Yeon Ryu
70 - 70 - 73 - 72
285
-3
$17,349.00
T18
Annie Park
70 - 66 - 75 - 74
285
-3
$17,349.00
T23
Nelly Korda
72 - 70 - 75 - 69
286
-2
$14,398.00
T23
Michelle Wie
74 - 72 - 69 - 71
286
-2
$14,398.00
T23
Caroline Hedwall
68 - 74 - 73 - 71
286
-2
$14,398.00
T23
Jacqui Concolino
72 - 69 - 74 - 71
286
-2
$14,398.00
T23
Mo Martin
70 - 71 - 71 - 74
286
-2
$14,398.00
T28
Azahara Munoz
73 - 73 - 73 - 68
287
-1
$12,299.00
T28
Mariah Stackhouse
73 - 72 - 72 - 70
287
-1
$12,299.00
T28
Celine Herbin
69 - 73 - 74 - 71
287
-1
$12,299.00
T31
Lizette Salas
72 - 74 - 73 - 69
288
E
$10,278.00
T31
Lexi Thompson
69 - 75 - 74 - 70
288
E
$10,278.00
T31
Inbee Park
72 - 71 - 75 - 70
288
E
$10,278.00
T31
Emma Talley
74 - 72 - 71 - 71
288
E
$10,278.00
T31
Amy Olson
71 - 73 - 72 - 72
288
E
$10,278.00
T31
Haeji Kang
71 - 75 - 67 - 75
288
E
$10,278.00
T37
Jin Young Ko
72 - 73 - 72 - 72
289
1
$8,697.00
T37
Sei Young Kim
69 - 70 - 75 - 75
289
1
$8,697.00
T39
In-Kyung Kim
68 - 78 - 73 - 71
290
2
$7,681.00
T39
Sandra Changkija
70 - 74 - 74 - 72
290
2
$7,681.00
T39
Candie Kung
75 - 70 - 70 - 75
290
2
$7,681.00
T39
Hee Young Park
71 - 71 - 73 - 75
290
2
$7,681.00
T43
Giulia Molinaro
73 - 73 - 72 - 73
291
3
$6,185.00
T43
Brooke M. Henderson
72 - 71 - 75 - 73
291
3
$6,185.00
T43
Ayako Uehara
71 - 72 - 75 - 73
291
3
$6,185.00
T43
Bronte Law
76 - 70 - 70 - 75
291
3
$6,185.00
T43
Katie Burnett
71 - 75 - 70 - 75
291
3
$6,185.00
T43
Eun-Hee Ji
71 - 74 - 71 - 75
291
3
$6,185.00
T43
Yu Liu
72 - 73 - 69 - 77
291
3
$6,185.00
T50
Sandra Gal
75 - 69 - 76 - 72
292
4
$5,120.00
T50
Cheyenne Woods
75 - 69 - 75 - 73
292
4
$5,120.00
T50
Alena Sharp
72 - 73 - 71 - 76
292
4
$5,120.00
T53
Tiffany Chan
71 - 75 - 75 - 72
293
5
$4,518.00
T53
Vicky Hurst
71 - 72 - 78 - 72
293
5
$4,518.00
T53
Catriona Matthew
74 - 72 - 74 - 73
293
5
$4,518.00
T53
Cristie Kerr
73 - 73 - 72 - 75
293
5
$4,518.00
T53
Danielle Kang
71 - 75 - 72 - 75
293
5
$4,518.00
T58
Sydnee Michaels
74 - 72 - 75 - 73
294
6
$3,680.00
T58
Lee-Anne Pace
74 - 70 - 77 - 73
294
6
$3,680.00
T58
Maria Hernandez
73 - 73 - 74 - 74
294
6
$3,680.00
T58
Hye Yong Choi
75 - 70 - 74 - 75
294
6
$3,680.00
T58
Hannah Green
73 - 71 - 75 - 75
294
6
$3,680.00
T58
Caroline Inglis
70 - 73 - 76 - 75
294
6
$3,680.00
T58
Peiyun Chien
72 - 70 - 77 - 75
294
6
$3,680.00
T58
Perrine Delacour
70 - 71 - 72 - 81
294
6
$3,680.00
T66
Laetitia Beck
73 - 73 - 76 - 73
295
7
$3,238.00
T66
Jeong Eun Lee
71 - 74 - 77 - 73
295
7
$3,238.00
T66
Dani Holmqvist
70 - 73 - 76 - 76
295
7
$3,238.00
T69
Juli Inkster
72 - 71 - 77 - 76
296
8
$3,050.00
T69
Tiffany Joh
72 - 72 - 73 - 79
296
8
$3,050.00
71
Emily K. Pedersen
72 - 74 - 77 - 74
297
9
$2,975.00
72
Jane Park
70 - 76 - 77 - 75
298
10
$2,936.00
73
Karine Icher
70 - 72 - 78 - 79
299
11
$2,899.00
T74
Lauren Coughlin
75 - 71 - 80 - 79
305
17
$2,826.00
T74
Katelyn Dambaugh
72 - 73 - 80 - 80
305
17
$2,826.00
T74
Youngin Chun
72 - 74 - 78 - 81
305
17
$2,826.00
CUT
Daniela Iacobelli
76 - 71
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Pornanong Phatlum
76 - 71
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Nanna Koerstz Madsen
74 - 73
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Lindy Duncan
73 - 74
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Ilhee Lee
73 - 74
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Alison Walshe
72 - 75
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Sun Young Yoo
72 - 75
147
3
$0.00
CUT
Madelene Sagstrom
76 - 72
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Luna Sobron
76 - 72
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Wei-Ling Hsu
75 - 73
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Jing Yan
75 - 73
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Kendall Dye
74 - 74
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Georgia Hall
74 - 74
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Stacy Lewis
74 - 74
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Austin Ernst
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Beatriz Recari
72 - 76
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Holly Clyburn
71 - 77
148
4
$0.00
CUT
Olafia Kristinsdottir
77 - 72
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Gaby Lopez
76 - 73
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Madeleine Sheils
76 - 73
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Rebecca Artis
75 - 74
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Gemma Dryburgh
75 - 74
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Ashleigh Buhai
74 - 75
149
5
$0.00
CUT
P.K. Kongkraphan
74 - 75
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Paula Creamer
72 - 77
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Kassidy Teare
72 - 77
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Kelly Shon
71 - 78
149
5
$0.00
CUT
Marina Alex
76 - 74
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Joanna Klatten
75 - 75
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Yani Tseng
75 - 75
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Chella Choi
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Lindsey Weaver
74 - 76
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Min Lee
73 - 77
150
6
$0.00
CUT
Sarah Jane Smith
78 - 73
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Erynne Lee
77 - 74
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong
77 - 74
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Kris Tamulis
76 - 75
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Megan Khang
75 - 76
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Robynn Ree
75 - 76
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Mel Reid
75 - 76
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Thidapa Suwannapura
75 - 76
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Cindy LaCrosse
74 - 77
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Katherine Perry
74 - 77
151
7
$0.00
CUT
Pernilla Lindberg
79 - 73
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Mina Harigae
78 - 74
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Morgan Pressel
78 - 74
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Brianna Do
77 - 75
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Maude-Aimee Leblanc
77 - 75
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Brittany Lang
76 - 76
152
8
$0.00
CUT
Benyapa Niphatsophon
78 - 75
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Mi Jung Hur
77 - 76
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Christina Kim
77 - 76
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Paula Reto
75 - 78
153
9
$0.00
CUT
Nicole Broch Larsen
79 - 75
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Simin Feng
76 - 78
154
10
$0.00
CUT
Lee Lopez
81 - 75
156
12
$0.00
CUT
Becky Morgan
79 - 77
156
12
$0.00
CUT
Jackie Stoelting
78 - 78
156
12
$0.00
CUT
Nannette Hill
75 - 81
156
12
$0.00
CUT
Yuting Shi
79 - 78
157
13
$0.00
CUT
Anne-Catherine Tanguay
77 - 81
158
14
$0.00
CUT
Ji Eun Kim
78 - 81
159
15
$0.00
CUT
Jessy Tang
78 - 81
159
15
$0.00
CUT
Maria Torres
82 - 78
160
16
$0.00
CUT
Beth Allen
78 - 82
160
16
$0.00
WD
Wichanee Meechai
77
77
5
$0.00
WD
Laura Davies
78
78
6
$0.00
WD
Mirim Lee
E
$0.00

 




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