HSBC Women’s World Championship R1

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Patty Tavatanakit leading by 1 in Singapore
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March 3, 2022
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Women’s World Championship 2022 R1
March 03-06
Sentosa Golf Club, Tanjong Course, Singapore
Round 2, Round 3, Round 4

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Thailand’s Patty Tavatanakit carded a bogey-free 5-under 67 to take the first-round lead at the HSBC Women’s World Championship in Singapore.

Women’s World Championship 2022 R1

“I feel like everything was pretty solid. Couple of shots here and there. But overall, I'm really happy with how I played.”

Danielle Kang, A Lim Kim and Inbee Park carded rounds of 4-under 68 for a share of second place.

Women’s World Championship 2022 R1

Seven-time major champion Park is the only multiple winner in the tournament's history, having won in 2015 and 2017. She missed her only green of the day at the 18th.

“I think this golf course really suits me. I think this golf course is not overly long, and that really gives me some good advantage of playing with the long hitters,” said Park. “The course is playing really good for me. I mean, it has over the years, and it is this year as well.”

Women’s World Championship 2022 R1

Jin Young Ko’s streak of consecutive greens in regulation ended when she missed the green at the 4th, her first miss in 67 holes. Ko, No. 1 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, is one of 15 players tied for fifth at 3-under.

Women’s World Championship 2022 R1

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1
1Patty Tavatanakit-567
T2Danielle Kang-468
T2Inbee Park-468
T2A Lim Kim-468
T5Sarah Schmelzel-369
T5Amy Yang-369
T5Jin Young Ko-369
T5Lydia Ko-369
T5Su Oh-369
T5Brooke M. Henderson-369
T5Megan Khang-369
T5Ashleigh Buhai-369
T5Atthaya Thitikul-369
T5Pajaree Anannarukarn-369
T5Jennifer Kupcho-369
T5Nanna Koerstz Madsen-369
T5Xiyu Janet Lin-369
T5Angel Yin-369
T19Leona Maguire-270
T19Perrine Delacour-270
T19Lizette Salas-270
T19Jenny Shin-270
T19Gaby Lopez-270
T19Jeongeun Lee6-270
T19Caroline Masson-270
T19Wei-Ling Hsu-270
T19In Gee Chun-270
T19Carlota Ciganda-270
T29Jeongeun Lee-171
T29Yuka Saso-171
T29Minjee Lee-171
T29Madelene Sagstrom-171
T29Esther Henseleit-171
T29Min Lee-171
T29Emily Kristine Pedersen-171
T29Momoko Ueda-171
T37Nasa HataokaPar72
T37Alison LeePar72
T37Jasmine SuwannapuraPar72
T37Ariya JutanugarnPar72
T37Hyo Joo KimPar72
T37Yu LiuPar72
T37Emma TalleyPar72
T37So Yeon RyuPar72
T37Celine BoutierPar72
T37Ayaka FuruePar72
T47Wichanee Meechai+173
T47Stacy Lewis+173
T49Sei Young Kim+274
T49Hannah Green+274
T49Marina Alex+274
T49Brittany Altomare+274
T49Chella Choi+274
T49Matilda Castren+274
T49Mina Harigae+274
T49Moriya Jutanugarn+274
T57Sung Hyun Park+375
T57Yealimi Noh+375
T57Sarah Kemp+375
T60Hinako Shibuno+476
T60Charley Hull+476
62Mel Reid+678
63Jenny Coleman+779
64Sock Hwee Koh+880
65Xiaowen Yin (a)+981
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