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Round 4 - Rookie Kim wins 3rd title

November 01 , 2015

South Korea’s Sei Young Kim sank a seven-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to win the Blue Bay LPGA at Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Course on Hainan Island, China. The 22-year old rookie shot a final-round 2-under 70 to finish one shot clear of Stacy Lewis, Candie Kung and Kim Kaufman at 2-under par 286. It marks her third LPGA Tour victory, all in 2015. She won her first two titles in playoffs and sank a clutch putt to win this week.

“Yeah, I was really nervous,” said Kim. “I just focus, and when I hit the putt, I couldn’t believe it.”

Kim started the day tied for the lead with Kung and was even par for the day through 13 holes. Kung and Lewis both got off to a quick starts, each picking up two birdies in their first three holes. Lewis pulled even at 1-under par when she birdied the par 5 8th hole and took the outright lead for the first time when Kung bogeyed No. 10.

It looked like Lewis would take command on the back nine when she extended the lead to two shots with a birdie on the 11th hole but a two shot swing came on No. 13 when Lewis bogeyed and Kim birdied to get to 1-under par.

Kim took the outright lead for the first time all day with a birdie on the 14th hole. A poor tee shot on the par 3 17th by Kim set up great scoring opportunities for both Lewis and Kung but failed to convert their birdie putts that were both inside four feet. Kim missed her 20-foot par putt to drop into a four-way tie at 1-under par and with Kim Kaufman in the clubhouse.

“On the 17th hole, I try to cut a shot because the pin, there’s no room behind, and I made a mistake,” said Kim. “I was very upset after that hole. My caddie told me, calm down. After two players miss that putt, I got a new opportunity come to me. So yeah, then, yeah, just keep going.”

Kim, Kung and Lewis were all in the final group and all had wedges in on the par 5 18th hole; Lewis leaving hers 20 feet short, Kung nine feet to the right of the hole and Kim seven feet right. Lewis and Kung both missed their birdie opportunities and Kim put hers in the middle of the cup to seal her third win of the year.

“I was like really nervous on the last putt. I can hear my heart pound,” said Kim. “I was just sitting down, yeah. When I hit the ball, I draw in my mind, nothing, nothing, I just focus what I do. That what’s my key.”

She trails only Lydia Ko (5) and Inbee Park (4) in victories this season on Tour.

Rolex Rankings No. 1 Lydia Ko shot 2-under par on Sunday and moved from T20 to T8.

Final Leaderboard
Sei Young Kim
70-72-74-70 (-2)
Candie Kung 
71-72-73-71 (-1)
Stacy Lewis 
71-73-73-70 (-1)
Kim Kaufman 
72-72-74-69 (-1)
Sandra Gal
73-73-74-71 (+3)
Alena Sharp 
74-70-74-73 (+3)
Xi Yu Lin
67-77-75-72 (+3)

Kim takes command of rookie race:
Sei Young Kim earned 150 points toward the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year and extended her lead over fellow countrywoman Hyo Joo Kim to 247 points. She currently has 1,422 points.
“This year my target was just three wins, but I reach the win, so I feel very fulfilled,” said Kim. “I also come through Rookie of the Year, so I would be very honored to win that. When I played in the KLPGA, I wanted to be Rookie of the Year but I couldn’t make that, but maybe LPGA I can make it.”

The last South Korean to win the award was So Yeon Ryu in 2012.

Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year Points
1 Sei Young Kim 1,422
2 Hyo Joo Kim 1,175
3 Minjee Lee 1,058
4 Ha Na Jang 766
5 Alison Lee 743

Race to CME Globe heats up:
Two players made moves in the top-9 in the Race to the CME Globe this week at the Blue Bay LPGA. Kim passed Lexi Thompson to move from 5th to 4th with her victory and Amy Yang passed So Yeon Ryu from 7th to 6th with her T38 finish.
Kim said now that she earned her third win, she wants to concentrate on getting into the top-3 and finish strong at the CME Group Tour Championship for a chance at the $1 million bonus check. She is set to play in one more event, the Lorena Ochoa Invitational, before the points are reset for the season finale.

“Yeah, now my new goal, CME,” said Kim. “I made the new goal. I have one more tournament, Mexico, and then CME. I make Mexico and then a new challenge at the CME.”

Race to CME Globe - Current standings (as of November 1, 2015)
Final Position
Lydia Ko


Inbee Park 


Stacy Lewis 
Sei Young Kim
Lexi Thompson
Amy Yang 
So Yeon Ryu 
Anna Nordqvist
Shanshan Feng

Show me the eagles:
Five total eagles were made on the weekend at the Blue Bay LPGA and players raised $5,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project as part of the season-long Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends.
In all there have been 242 eagles recorded in 2015, raising $242,000.

Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends is a season-long charity program that will be tied into the Race to the CME Globe. Each Saturday and Sunday at LPGA tournaments, CME Group will donate $1,000 to Wounded Warrior Project® for each eagle that is recorded. This amount will increase to $5,000 for each eagle during the weekend of the CME Group Tour Championship and a formal check will be presented to the Wounded Warrior Project® during the trophy ceremony at the CME Group Tour Championship. To get involved and learn more, visit

Round 3 - Kung and Kim leading in tough conditions

October 31, 2015

LPGA Tour veteran Candie Kung and rookie Sei Young Kim share the third-round lead at the Blue Bay LPGA as tough scoring conditions continue to be the story in China. The duo are at even-par 216 through 54 holes and lead Stacy Lewis by one shot. Four players are tied for fourth at 2-over par including Suzann Pettersen, Kim Kaufman, Alena Sharp and Haru Nomura.

Kung, a four-time winner on Tour, bogeyed her final two holes to fall into a tie with Kim. She finished with three birdies and four bogeys in her round of 72. Her last victory came in 2008 at the HanaBank KOLON Championship.

“Overall I’m happy with my performance today,” said Kung. “Although I really am very much distraught with the windy conditions. There is no way you really have time to think about who is behind you, who ahead of you, and in what way on course you can catch up or whatever. You just do your best.”

Kim, who held the 36-hole lead, is seeking her third victory in her first season on Tour. She shot 2-over 74 to earn a share of the lead. The 22-year old held a one-shot lead heading into the final round of her victory in Hawaii earlier this year.

“I feel that actually being here makes me a bit nervous, because in my eyes, this is the toughest course I’ve ever played,” said Kim. “Overall, I’m happy with my performance, although I feel this is really, really tough.”

Stacy Lewis went into the clubhouse two shots off the lead but a bogey by Kung on the 18th hole put the major champ just one shot back heading into Sunday’s final round. Lewis had three birdies and four bogeys in her round of 73.

“Yeah, it was frustrating,” said Lewis. “I left a lot out there. It was playing hard but I played well. Just didn’t quite do the little things right, so it’s a little frustrating. But only a couple back, which is good. I think the weather is going to be even worse tomorrow, so it’s really more of a mental test than anything.”

It has turned out to be the sort of week where pars are the highlights. Second-year Tour member Kim Kaufman had three bogeys and birdied the 18th hole to get into a tie for fourth and sits two shots back.

“We made some really good par saves, and that’s what you do out here,” said Kaufman. “We made probably a 10-footer on 6 and a 12-footer on 7 which kind of keeps it going on the front there. Those are your highlights, making good par saves.”

World No. 1 Lydia Ko (T20) mwas one of only four players to break par on Saturday and shot her best round of the week by five shots with a round of 2-under 70. Rookie Wei Ling Hsu had the low round of the day, 4-under 68.

Not going low:
Not a single player in the field is under par through the first three rounds and players’ mantras after the third round seemed to be simple: survive Sunday. The third-round scoring average was the highest of the week so far (76.282) and brought the scoring average for the week to 75.733.

The last time the winning score was over par on the LPGA Tour was 10 years ago at the 2005 U.S. Women’s Open when Birdie Kim won with a score of 3-over 287 at Cherry Hills Country Club.

“It’s not even really patience,” said Stacy Lewis. “It’s accepting what the golf course gives you. It’s hard to describe even how hard it is. I mean, it’s probably some of the hardest conditions I’ve ever played in with the wind and this golf course.”

“I feel that as far as tomorrow, I would like just to simply survive the day. I won’t think too much about winning the title at this stage. -Candie Kung on her gameplan for the final round on Sunday

First timers in the hunt:
Six players who are fighting for their first LPGA titles are all within three shots of the lead and in the top-8 on the leaderboard. With windy conditions expected to continue on Sunday, scores will be unpredictable and big numbers can pop up at any time.

In the hunt for no.1:

Player Scores
Haru Nomura 73-73-72 (+2), 2 shots back
Kim Kaufman 72-72-74 (+2), 2 shots back
Alena Sharp  74-70-74 (+2), 2 shots back
Wei-Ling Hsu 76-75-68 (+3), 3 shots back 
Xi Yu Lin 67-77-75 (+3), 3 shots back
Ryann O'Toole  70-73-76 (+3), 3 shots back

Round 2 - Kim takes lead ahead of crowded T2

October 30, 2015

LPGA Tour rookie Sei Young Kim shot even-par 72 on Friday to take the second-round lead at the Blue Bay LPGA in blustery conditions. Kim, who leads the Louise Suggs Rookie of the Year race, sits atop the leaderboard at 2-under par and one shot ahead of a group of four including Suzann Pettersen, Candie Kung, Ryann O’Toole and Austin Ernst. Pettersen had the low round of the day, 3-under 69, to move from T22 to tied for second.

Only five players broke par on Friday and only the top-5 on the leaderboard are under par through 36 holes.

Kim said she thrives in the windy conditions and said she likes hitting a low cut. Her two victories this season came in similar breezy surroundings in the Bahamas and Hawaii. She had two birdies and two bogeys in her round of 72 on Friday and birdied the 18th hole to take the outright lead. Kim said she looked at the leaderboard and saw that she would draw Pettersen as a playing partner on Saturday and considers the veteran a player she looks up to.

“Yeah, today it’s very tough,” said Kim. “I think I play with Suzann tomorrow. If I play with her, it’s the first time, so I’m very looking forward. When I was young, I watched her.”

Kim said she set the goal at the beginning of her rookie season that she wanted to get three wins in her first year and she got two in her first eight starts. With just four events left on the schedule, Kim said she has struggled staying patient.

“I think good position now, good opportunity come to me,” said Kim. “So I want to catch this opportunity. But I have to be patient because the past couple tournament, I was like too greedy and then I couldn’t be patient.”

American Stacy Lewis (71-73) is in a tie for sixth and just two shots back at even-par. Rolex Rankings No. 1 Lydia Ko improved by two shots (77-75) and moved into a tie for 47th at 8-over par.

No.2 Park withdraws, cites finger injury:
Lydia Ko’s No. 1 ranking will be safely intact for another week after No. 2 Inbee Park withdrew prior to the second round citing a finger injury. Park said she has had a cyst develop on her left middle finger over the past three weeks and may be looking at options to remove it and is unsure when she will return to action.

Tough gets tougher:
Looks of exhaustion and shaking heads were the common looks of players coming off the course on Friday and the common key to survival for many players was finding a way to be patient. Candie Kung, who shot even-par 72 said she had a countdown to the finish.

“It was really tough out there,” said Kung. “We were just battling out there counting down on holes. Just hitting one shot at a time and hoping that it bounced to the right quadrant and have a birdie putt at it.”

Kung said players are expecting some of the worst winds in the Asian swing to come in Taiwan but after her round Friday said that Sanya might be taking the cake. The waterlined course saw consistent gusts of up to 20 mph.

“We thought we left Taiwan already,” said Kung. “And then we come here, it’s even stronger. I actually asked my caddie today, “Is it stronger here or Taiwan.” It’s pretty much the same, because I was hitting pretty much the same shot to about the same number.”

Scoring averages for the first two rounds were 75.243 (first round) and 75.464 (second round).

“Kept myself in the tournament. Didn’t let it get away from me. One back going into the weekend. So starting the week, that would have been -- I would have taken that probably. So I’m right there, right there with 36 holes left” -Austin Ernst on her round of 3-over 75 and trailing the lead by one

Final push in the race:
With just three events left before the CME Group Tour Championship, players are ready for a final push to improve their positions in the Race to the CME Globe rankings. Sei Young Kim continued her solid play and is currently projected to move from 5th to 4th in the rankings. Suzann Pettersen can also make a big move and is currently projected to move from 17th to 11th in the rankings in her position (T2) through two rounds. The top-9 in the rankings after the Lorena Ochoa Invitational will have a mathematical chance at the $1 million bonus check at the CME Group Tour Championship.

Points Thru Fubon
Position After Rd
Projected Poinst Position
Lydia Ko
Inbee Park 
Stacy Lewis 
Lexi Thompson
Sei Young Kim
So Yeon Ryu 
Amy Yang 
Anna Nordqvist
Shanshan Feng
Thompson, Ryu and Nordqvist are not in the field this week at Blue Bay LPGA. Park withdrew before round 2

Round 1 - Lin takes opening round in Blue Bay

October 29, 2015

China’s Xi Yu Lin took the first-round lead at the Blue Bay LPGA after carding 5-under 67 in tough scoring conditions at Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Course. American Austin Ernst (68) sits just one shot off the lead in solo second. A group of four including Jane Park, Jenny Shin, Sei Young Kim and Ryann O’Toole are tied for third at 2-under par and three shots back.

Lin has had plenty of success in Sanya in her young career and has three professional wins in the town on Hainan Island. She won the Sanya Hills Ladies Classic on the CLPGA in 2013 and successfully defended her title in 2014 and also won the Sanya Ladies Open on the Ladies European Tour here last season. She’s scheduled to defend her title there next week.

“I don’t know really how to explain it,” said Lin. “I’ve been doing very well on this island and in this area…The weather is very similar to Guangzhou, my hometown. And two, the course is very similar to in Guangzhou where I usually get my training done. And thirdly, maybe there is some uncertain factors which I myself can’t even explain right now. But obviously, I feel very comfortable being here. I feel very, very relaxed being on this island and also in the area of Sanya.”

This is Lin’s second time in her two-year career on the LPGA to have at least the share of the first-round lead, the first time just three weeks ago at the Sime Darby Malaysia. Lin is a high-profile player in China but said she doesn’t feel any extra pressure to perform well when she returns home. She’s coming off a tie for sixth finish last week in Taiwan.

“Actually it’s always nice for me to play in my hometown, because last time I won an LET tournament here, so I like Hainan a lot,” said Lin. “Also my mom is here with me this week, so I don’t really feel much pressure, because I’ve been doing pretty good these couple weeks. And my game’s pretty good, as well. So just tell myself, just enjoy every putt and enjoy all the good things here, the good condition, good hotel, good food, everything.”

Ernst, who won her first LPGA title last year at the Portland Classic, said her goal to finish out the season is to get one win. She has four top-six finishes in 2015 and said a few rounds in the Asian swing have kept her from strong finishes.

“I guess it would be six weeks, I wanted to get at least one win,” said Ernst. “I felt like my game was there. And then I’ve had -- I’ve just been sloppy the first three weeks. I’ve had decent rounds that I’ve let get away from me where I shoot a couple over instead of shooting a couple under.”

New world No. 1 Lydia Ko struggled on Thursday and carded 5-over 77, her highest round of the year and since her round of 80 last season in the final round of the RICOH Women’s British Open.

Defending champion Lee-Anne Pace was one shot better at 4-over par. Rolex Rankings No. 2 Inbee Park was 3-over par and is in a tie for 33rd.

Rolex Rankings projections:
Just a year ago, it was after this event that Inbee Park retook the No. 1 ranking in the Rolex Rankings and unseated Stacy Lewis who was then in the top spot. Both Lewis and Park were not in the field last year at Blue Bay but this time around, the two players battling for No. 1 are in action. Park has a chance to take back No. 1 after Lydia Ko bumped her to No. 2 with a win in Taiwan last week. She needs at least a runner-up or a win.

After 18 holes, Park is T33 and eight shots back and Ko is T56 and 10 shots off.

Here are the scenarios in which Park and move back on top:
• Park will move to No. 1 with a win regardless of where Ko finishes
• Park finishes second and Ko finishes seventh or worse

It's tough out there:
Only 10 players broke par in the first round and the combination of wind and small landing areas on the undulating greens posed a challenge for the field of 81.

“I think the approach shots will be the hardest part because the greens are pretty firm,” said Xi Yu Lin. “Yes, some of the pin positions pretty hard. I had to play really smart and also I think there’s a couple holes, pretty windy today. So just need to be really careful.”

Jane Park, who sits three shots off the lead, put her greens in regulation stat in perspective.

“I think I hit four or five greens today because it was -- you have a three-yard landing area to get perfect, and that’s pretty hard to do,” said Park. “The greens are hard, like very rock-hard, so you can’t really hit it close. Kind of have to strike bombs.”

Take it easy:
Austin Ernst hasn’t cracked the top-30 yet in her first three stops in Asia and said by week four she’s learned that rest may turn out to be the biggest help. She took off playing the course on Monday and Tuesday and didn’t get out on the track at Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Course until Wednesday in the pro-am. She said she probably would never have done that in her rookie year in 2013 but has figured out how to manage her practice and when to grind. Ernst finished T11 here last year.

“I think seeing the course helps a lot. I played it last year and then obviously Drew (her caddie) went and walked,” said Ernst. “He goes, say, nothing’s really changed; this tee, that tee. But yeah, in my rookie year, I probably wouldn’t have done that. Last year, you just kind of knew -- I played four weeks in a row last year over here, too. You kind of know the course and you kind of know what you can handle. Sometimes it’s better just to go take it easy and go play and not really get anything out of it.”

It looked like the R&R was just the thing she needed. Seems like a day at the pool didn’t hurt.

“Monday was a pool day,” said Ernst. “Tuesday was a chipping and putting and basically hang out day.”

Working for a vacation:
CLPGA member Panpan Yan made a hole in one on the 17th hole and her 8-iron from 136 yards earned her a vacation. She won a seven-night stay in a Renewal Oceanfront Suite at The Westin Blue Bay Resort & Spa. It was Yan’s third hole-in-one but first in competition.

“I didn’t expect it off the tee. I didn’t see it because of the pin position,” said Yan. “After my swing, the observer caddie said it might into the hole. I said it’s impossible. But you know, we walked up over there. My partner Chella Choi said it is real. We all were excited!”


Pos. Player Scores Total Dif. Prize Money
1 Sei Young Kim 70 - 72 - 74 - 70 286 -2 $300,000.00
2T Kim Kaufman 72 - 72 - 74 - 69 287 -1 $140,103.00
2T Stacy Lewis 71 - 73 - 73 - 70 287 -1 $140,103.00
2T Candie Kung 71 - 72 - 73 - 71 287 -1 $140,103.00
5T Sandra Gal 73 - 73 - 74 - 71 291 3 $69,272.00
5T Xi Yu Lin 67 - 77 - 75 - 72 291 3 $69,272.00
5T Alena Sharp 74 - 70 - 74 - 73 291 3 $69,272.00
8T Lydia Ko 77 - 75 - 70 - 70 292 4 $41,664.00
8T Ariya Jutanugarn 74 - 73 - 75 - 70 292 4 $41,664.00
8T Ilhee Lee 72 - 75 - 74 - 71 292 4 $41,664.00
8T Jane Park 70 - 74 - 77 - 71 292 4 $41,664.00
8T Suzann Pettersen 74 - 69 - 75 - 74 292 4 $41,664.00
13 Jennifer Song 75 - 73 - 74 - 71 293 5 $33,008.00
14T Pernilla Lindberg 77 - 72 - 75 - 70 294 6 $26,040.00
14T Michelle Wie 76 - 72 - 76 - 70 294 6 $26,040.00
14T Jenny Shin 70 - 78 - 75 - 71 294 6 $26,040.00
14T Shanshan Feng 73 - 75 - 74 - 72 294 6 $26,040.00
14T Jing Yan 74 - 77 - 69 - 74 294 6 $26,040.00
14T Minjee Lee 74 - 70 - 76 - 74 294 6 $26,040.00
14T Wei-Ling Hsu 76 - 75 - 68 - 75 294 6 $26,040.00
14T Ryann O'Toole 70 - 73 - 76 - 75 294 6 $26,040.00
22 Mirim Lee 72 - 77 - 74 - 72 295 7 $21,536.00
23T Danielle Kang 72 - 73 - 81 - 70 296 8 $18,532.00
23T Yani Tseng 74 - 78 - 73 - 71 296 8 $18,532.00
23T Caroline Masson 71 - 76 - 76 - 73 296 8 $18,532.00
23T Sakura Yokomine 76 - 71 - 75 - 74 296 8 $18,532.00
23T Brittany Lang 71 - 75 - 75 - 75 296 8 $18,532.00
23T Austin Ernst 68 - 75 - 78 - 75 296 8 $18,532.00
23T Haru Nomura 73 - 73 - 72 - 78 296 8 $18,532.00
30T Sun Young Yoo 73 - 77 - 76 - 71 297 9 $15,196.00
30T Pornanong Phatlum 74 - 75 - 75 - 73 297 9 $15,196.00
30T Carlota Ciganda 74 - 74 - 75 - 74 297 9 $15,196.00
33T Morgan Pressel 75 - 75 - 76 - 72 298 10 $13,418.00
33T Mo Martin 76 - 73 - 73 - 76 298 10 $13,418.00
33T Karine Icher 76 - 71 - 74 - 77 298 10 $13,418.00
36T Lizette Salas 76 - 76 - 72 - 75 299 11 $12,127.00
36T Ayako Uehara 75 - 75 - 70 - 79 299 11 $12,127.00
38T Amy Yang 78 - 75 - 76 - 71 300 12 $11,120.00
38T Christina Kim 74 - 77 - 76 - 73 300 12 $11,120.00
40T Julieta Granada 76 - 79 - 74 - 72 301 13 $9,477.00
40T Yanhong Pan 76 - 77 - 76 - 72 301 13 $9,477.00
40T Marina Alex 76 - 77 - 73 - 75 301 13 $9,477.00
40T Kris Tamulis 75 - 73 - 78 - 75 301 13 $9,477.00
40T Sydnee Michaels 76 - 75 - 74 - 76 301 13 $9,477.00
40T Mariajo Uribe 72 - 76 - 76 - 77 301 13 $9,477.00
46T Ziqi Ye 73 - 80 - 78 - 71 302 14 $7,514.00
46T Min Lee 79 - 73 - 77 - 73 302 14 $7,514.00
46T Hee Young Park 77 - 77 - 74 - 74 302 14 $7,514.00
46T Moriya Jutanugarn 75 - 72 - 81 - 74 302 14 $7,514.00
46T Lee-Anne Pace 76 - 73 - 78 - 75 302 14 $7,514.00
46T Mi Hyang Lee 74 - 74 - 77 - 77 302 14 $7,514.00
52 Jessica Korda 75 - 75 - 75 - 78 303 15 $6,642.00
53T Mina Harigae 76 - 73 - 81 - 74 304 16 $6,138.00
53T Amy Anderson 78 - 75 - 76 - 75 304 16 $6,138.00
53T Min Seo Kwak 77 - 76 - 75 - 76 304 16 $6,138.00
53T Na Yeon Choi 75 - 76 - 74 - 79 304 16 $6,138.00
57T Kelly Shon 78 - 82 - 75 - 70 305 17 $5,535.00
57T Yuyang Zhang 78 - 80 - 76 - 71 305 17 $5,535.00
59 Q Baek 73 - 74 - 79 - 80 306 18 $5,234.00
60T Eun-Hee Ji 77 - 79 - 77 - 74 307 19 $4,931.00
60T Yu Liu 78 - 78 - 76 - 75 307 19 $4,931.00
60T Brittany Lincicome 78 - 77 - 76 - 76 307 19 $4,931.00
60T Yan Liu 79 - 77 - 73 - 78 307 19 $0.00
64 Haruka Morita-WanyaoLu 79 - 75 - 75 - 79 308 20 $4,730.00
65 Yunjie Zhang 74 - 74 - 84 - 77 309 21 $0.00
66 Amelia Lewis 76 - 80 - 80 - 74 310 22 $4,630.00
67T Chella Choi 76 - 78 - 79 - 78 311 23 $4,478.00
67T Yuting Shi 75 - 77 - 78 - 81 311 23 $4,478.00
69 Weiwei Zhang 78 - 86 - 78 - 72 314 26 $4,328.00
70 Simin Feng 81 - 79 - 79 - 76 315 27 $4,226.00
71 Muni He 79 - 79 - 79 - 79 316 28 $0.00
72 Panpan Yan 79 - 76 - 82 - 82 319 31 $4,126.00
73T Liying Ye 78 - 81 - 88 - 74 321 33 $4,001.00
73T Jiayi Zhou 83 - 78 - 79 - 81 321 33 $4,001.00
75T Sha Wu 77 - 82 - 88 - 76 323 35 $3,899.00
75T Jienalin Zhang 87 - 76 - 83 - 77 323 35 $3,899.00
77 Liqing Chen 77 - 85 - 83 - 79 324 36 $3,824.00
78 Yezhou Lin 80 - 84 - 88 - 83 335 47 $3,778.00
WDC Inbee Park 75 75 3 $0.00
WDC Beatriz Recari 80 80 8 $0.00
WD Hyo Joo Kim   0 E $0.00



DATES:  October 29 - November 01
SITE:  Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Course, Hainan Island, China
PRIZE MONEY: $2,000,000
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