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Round 4 - Henderson cruises into first LPGA victory in Portland

August 16, 2015

Brooke Henderson captured her first LPGA victory in style, cruising to an eight-shot victory at the Cambia Portland Classic.

“It’s amazing,” Henderson said with a smile. “It’s such an unbelievable thing it’s not even real life yet I don’t think.”

Henderson, who entered the day with a five-shot lead made three birdies on a bogey-free front nine to push her advantage to seven strokes.

“I tried to just keep making more birdies,” Henderson explained. “I had a number in mind, and I was trying to chase after it, and I was trying not to watch the girls I was playing with, Sandra and Morgan, or any other players.”

The 17-year-old, who finished the event in a tournament record 21-under par, becomes the first Canadian to win on the LPGA Tour since Lorie Kane at the LPGA Takefuji Classic in 2001 and was greeted with a champagne and water shower on the 18th hole following her win by countrywoman Alena Sharp as well as her family.

“To get that and for Canadian fans and Canadian support that I’ve received over the last couple months and last couple years is unbelievable, so I’m happy to bring one home for Canada,” Hendserson said.

Henderson will quickly bring it back to Canada as she is competing in next week’s CP Women’s Open in Vancouver.

“The Canadian support has been unbelievable and the Canadian media have been really following me,” Henderson said. “Even the last couple days I received a lot of Twitter messages and text messages and emails, just cheering me on and wishing me the best. I’m sure my phone is blowing up pretty badly right now. But yeah, you mentioned Lorie Kane being the last Canadian winner on the women’s Tour, I think this will be a big deal back home.”

Candie Kung, Ha Na Jang and Pornanong Phatlum finished in a three-way tie for second at 13-under par.

Dream come true:
Brooke Henderson has always dreamed about walking down the eighteenth fairway as crowds made their way to the green to watch her clinch her first victory. That dream came true Sunday as Henderson coasted her way to an eight-shot victory at the 2015 Cambia Portland Classic.

“Well, it was funny because I don’t know if it was today or yesterday, but when I was a little girl I always pictured the fans around the green and watching another player putt,” Henderson said. “And I saw that just the other day, and I was like, wow, this is pretty cool, and I’m right where I want to be, playing on the LPGA Tour.”

Dreams do come true and for Henderson this is just the beginning. Following the final putt drop on 18, her friends and family ran out to celebrate, dumping water and spraying champagne. It was a scene that Henderson had always imagined.

“It was awesome,” Henderson said. “I was hoping somebody would come out with champagne or water or something and I had lots of people out there. No, it was unbelievable, and I’m soaking wet now.”

Henderson clinched her win in fashion, winning by eight shots, the largest margin of a win this year on the LPGA. As Henderson made her way through the final holes of her final round, her first LPGA career win was in sight and it is something she will never forget.

“The cheer on 17 and the cheer on 18 were something that I never really experienced before, and it’s definitely something I’ll remember.”

Defending champ makes a charge:
Defending Cambia Portland Classic champion Austin Ernst worked her way back up the leaderboard Sunday in a final attempt to make a charge. Ernst had an up and down day on the course, but was able to shoot 4-under to finish 12-under, T-5 for the tournament.

Ernst looked comfortable playing in the Pacific Northwest this week and had confidence coming down the stretch chasing the leaders for a chance to apply some pressure.

“All week I really I just see my lines well out here off the tee,” Ernst said. “I think I just get in good position…but I just love the golf course. The greens always roll really well. I always putt really well out here. I don’t know whether I see my lines better or if I just trust it more because they roll so good, but I love the golf course, and it sets up really well for my game.”

Ernst looks to take her strong play this week into next week’s CP Canadian Open in attempt to grab Solheim Cup Team USA’s Captain Juli Inkster’s attention. Ernst sits on the outside looking in on Team USA, but hopes through this week and next she will be able to impress.

“I’m just trying to - I really want to make that team,” Ernst said. “Obviously as much as I can do to do that, but I know if I play well, that just kind of maybe I’ll catch Juli’s eye playing well going into it. I feel like my game is turning the right direction…I’m playing really well, putting it really well, which is exciting for me because that’s really what’s been missing all year…Hopefully I can play well there again and hopefully grab one of those last few spots.”

Eagles for a cause:
Three total eagles were made on Sunday at the Cambia Portland Classic and players raised $3,000 toward the Wounded Warrior Project as part of the season-long Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends.

The three eagles today, along with the six made yesterday, brings the total for the year to 185 and $185,000 raised.

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 woundedwarriorproject.org.

Numbers to know:
3 - With the win Brooke Henderson becomes the third player in LPGA history to win an event before her 18th birthday joining Lydia Ko and Lexi Thompson
2 - Brooke Henderson becomes the second player in LPGA history to win an event after Monday qualifying, joining Laurel Kean who captured the 2000 State Farm Classic

Round 3 - Henderson takes 5-shot lead into final round

August 15, 2015

Brooke Henderson will take a five shot lead into the final round of the Cambia Portland Classic.

“I’m really excited,” Henderson said with a smile. “I’m looking forward to tomorrow, and I was trying to get it pretty deep under par today, and hopefully I can do the same thing tomorrow.”

Henderson, who entered the day with a one-shot lead, started with birdies on her first two holes and didn’t look back carding four additional birdies en route to a bogey free 65.

“It was a lot of fun, and I hit the ball really well,” Henderson said. “A couple shots I didn’t hit that well, I got some lucky breaks. I had a great group, and on a beautiful golf course, I can’t complain too much.”

The 17-year-old will be sleeping on the 54-hole lead for the second time in her young career as she also did at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic where she finished in solo third.

“It was interesting in San Francisco,” Henderson admitted. “I learned a lot about myself and my game, and I think I’ve come leaps and bounds from there early in the season, and like I said, I’m just really excited to play tomorrow and hopefully get a good number.”

The young Canadian will be looking to become the first Canuck to win on the LPGA Tour since Lorie Kane at the LPGA Takefuji Classic in 2001.

“I have such a great support system, and even as I walked off 18 there, it was Brit (Henderson, Brooke’s older sister) and Bunk was on my bag and Alena Sharp and Sarah (Bowman, Sharp’s caddy) were just there, which means a lot coming from a fellow Canadian and a great friend of mine,” Henderson explained. “You know, I’m very blessed to have the people around me that I do, and I think tonight if I can just relax a little bit and get set for tomorrow, good things will happen.”

Joining Henderson in the final group will be Morgan Pressel, who was also paired with Henderson in the final group in San Francisco, and Sandra Gal. Pressel sits five back at 13-under while Gal is at 12-under.

“Brooke is a great player,” Pressel said. “I mean, to Monday qualify and obviously be playing this well, she knows what’s at stake for her. She wants to get on Tour without having to go to Q-school, and she’s certainly putting herself in a great position to do that, and I would love to play together again tomorrow. She’s a great girl, and she has a lot of potential for sure."

Gal goes low:
Sandra Gal found herself taking advantage of “moving day” as she worked her way up the leaderboard from T-22 to T-3. Gal fired a 7-under round and sits six shots back of 54-hole leader Brooke Henderson.

“I did have a lot of fun,” Gal said. “I hit a lot of good approaches, so I didn’t even have to make very long putts, which was really nice, and just felt pretty comfortable out there today. It’s a beautiful golf course, beautiful weather, so you can’t ask for more.”

Gal will be playing in the final group tomorrow with leader Brooke Henderson (-18) and Morgan Pressel (-13) vying for the win. Although Gal made up some ground today she knows she will have her work cut out for her on Sunday.

“One good round isn’t going to do it on the weekend,” Gal said. “I would probably need another low one tomorrow. But looking at the leaderboard, Brooke Henderson is doing really well after nine, so I’ll probably have to do some catch up.”

Party like it's 1999:
Europe Solheim Cup Vice Captain Maria McBride made some noise Saturday at the Cambia Portland Classic with an ace on the 13th hole.

“We were actually able to see it go in, which was nice,” McBride said. “I had I think it was 168 to the pin, and I hit a 6 iron, and a perfect little draw, and it pitched right in front, straight towards the pin, right at the front edge of the green, and just released perfectly in the hole.”

McBride has had a pair of top-10 finishes this year, including a T-4 at Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout in May, but as for hole-in-ones McBride hasn’t hit one of those in quite some time.

“Golfing career it was my fourth, third one in competition,” McBride said. “I had one actually at the Tour Championship way back in ‘99 in Mobile, Alabama, so that was the last one I had, so it’s been a while since I had one.”

Eagles for a cause:
Six total eagles were made on Saturday at the Cambia Portland Classic and players raised $6,000 toward the Wounded Warrior Project as part of the season-long Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends.

The six eagles today brings the total for the year to 182 and $182,000 raised.

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® or 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 woundedwarriorproject.org.

Numbers to know:
3 - With a win, Brooke Henderson would become the third player in LPGA history to win an event before her 18th birthday joining Lydia Ko and Lexi Thompson
2 - Brooke Henderson would become the second player in LPGA history to win an event after Monday qualifying, joining Laurel Kean who captured the 2000 State Farm Classic
168 - Distance on Maria McBride’s hole-in-one on 13
63 - Jaye Marie Green shot the round of the tournament on Saturday, a 9-under 63. Green chipped in for birdie on her 18th hole yesterday to make the cut on the number and now sits T-9

Round 2 - Henderson in lead again heading into weekend

August 14, 2015

For the third time this season, Brooke Henderson will sleep on the 36-hole lead at an LPGA event.

“I’ve been in it once or twice earlier in the year, and I think I learned a lot that weekend just about myself and how I face pressure and how I just enjoy the final groups,” Henderson said with a smile. “I’m excited to be in the final group and hopefully Sunday and Saturday I can get some good, solid rounds together.”

Henderson, who dropped a 10-foot birdie putt on her 18th hole of the day to take the outright lead, made the turn in 1-under par but caught fire on the back nine, making four birdies to post a 67 to get to 11-under in the second round of the Cambia Portland Classic.

“I gave myself a lot of great opportunities and just rubbed some edges, but I was happy with 1-under because it was raining and there was a couple other different conditions than yesterday,” Henderson explained. “Then the back nine, especially the last couple holes, I made a lot of birdies and really started to make my climb, which was exciting, and it’s nice to finish with a birdie there on 18, or the 9th hole.”

The 17-year-old says she has learned a lot from her experiences being on top of the leaderboard after 36 holes at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic and Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout where she finished T-3 and T-13 respectively.

“Just to stay within myself and play my own game,” Henderson said. “Playing as an amateur I was used to a lot of people, a lot of media and television and stuff like that, but it’s a little bit different on the LPGA Tour, and I think that’s something that I’ve gotten a lot more comfortable with this year. I think if I can just stay patient and play my own game and not focus on outside factors, I think good things will happen.”

In addition to her strong finishes in San Francisco and Dallas, Henderson has a pair of top-5 finishes in major championships this season at the KPMG Women’s PGA and the U.S. Women’s Open and has been getting more comfortable on the LPGA Tour.

“I’ve gotten to know the girls a little bit better, and they’ve been really good to me for the most part, and Alena Sharp has been a huge part of my success this year I would say,” Henderson explained. “Being able to travel with my dad and my sister this week and bunk, who’s been on my bag for the last two days, I have a great support system around me, and I think that’s really helped me.”

Chasing Henderson will be Caroline Masson who carded the low round of the day, an 8-under 64, to climb into solo second at 10-under par. A trio of players - Jenny Shin, Julieta Granada and Candie Kung sit two back of the lead at 9-under par.

82 players made the cut at even par 144.

Masson goes low with Solheim on her mind:
Caroline Masson shot the round of the day, an 8-under 64, to climb from a tie for 35th into solo second at the Cambia Portland Classic.

“It was really solid, fun, and, yeah, I’m excited about that round,” Masson said with a smile. “It was really stress free.”

Masson had the best season of her professional career in 2014 but thus far had been disappointed with her 2015 showing.

“It’s not been great,” Masson admitted. “I had a great year last year and played really well in Asia. Kind of felt like we’re going in the right direction. This year I felt like I was playing well, but, again, I didn’t really score well. Whenever I had a chance to really have a good finish, I kind of screwed it up a little bit. So I’m trying to do a little better on that on the weekend this week.”

The German is playing the next two weeks in search of a spot on the European Solheim Cup team which will be played in her home country September 18-20 at St. Leon Rot Golf Club.

“Solheim Cup in Germany, at home, obviously, it’s been on my mind a lot,” Masson explained. “It’s the only Solheim Cup probably that’s going to be in Germany while I’m playing. I still have a chance to qualify. So I don’t feel like I’m in a bad spot, but obviously I was really pumped about these two weeks and really wanted to play well. Luckily it’s two weeks that suit me, I think. So it’s a lot of pressure, but I was just trying to really take it easy. If I play well, I think I’m going to be on that team, and if not, I don’t deserve it, so I just want to look at it that way.”

Anderson and Kaufman finding more comfort near top of the leaderboard:
A pair of second year pros, Amy Anderson and Kim Kaufman find themselves on the first page of the leaderboard after the second round of the Cambia Portland Classic.

“I was pretty peaceful and calm,” Anderson said of sleeping on the lead for the first time in her career. “It was Thursday, you know, and now it’s Friday. It’s still early in the week, so I didn’t really think too much about being in the lead on the first day. I was more focused on the things that I kind of wanted to work on in my swing, and I’m still going to be focused on that the rest of the way.”

Anderson is coming off the second top-10 of her career at the Meijer LPGA Classic, while Kaufman has four top-10s in her two seasons on Tour.

“Last year was kind of different, I would go shoot really well on Sunday to finish well after not really being in it, and this year it kind of flip flopped, and I’ve got to learn to just play two more days here with it,” Kaufman explained. “But I do feel more comfortable, and I hope I can one of these weeks finish it out, and hopefully this week.”

The duo both have confidence in their games and will take aggressive approaches into the weekend as they look for their first win on the LPGA Tour.

“You know, it’s the same as it always is. I’m focusing on my stroke and my swing, and I know there’s a couple things I need to tweak on both of them, so I always focus on the process, and the results kind of take care of themselves,” Anderson said. “If I can straighten out my swing, I’ll be very pleased teeing it up tomorrow.”

“I’m just going to just keep doing the same thing, and for me I think I have to continue to be aggressive on my putts,” Kaufman said. “I start to get a little tentative times and I’m going to try to change that this week, because you’ve got to keep making putts. You can’t go out there and protect your lead, and I’ll do that sometimes. I’m going to keep playing on the offense, I think, so that’s kind of my goal.”

Rest seems to be best for Granada:
LPGA winner Julieta Granada finds herself just one-shot off the lead heading into the weekend of the Cambia Portland Classic. Granada, who captured the ADT Championship in 2006, followed up her opening round 66 with a 69 Friday to put her at 9-under for the tournament.

Granada shot 3-under par to move towards the top of the leaderboard as playing conditions made it tougher to go low later in the day.

“Today was a little bit more scrambling mode,” Granada said. “But I had some good birdies out there to keep the round going…It was a little tricky today with the wind. I think it would just get tougher (later in the day). If it blows like this, the greens are going to firm up. It’s tough to judge the yardages, so I’m happy to be done.”

Granada has had an up and down season, finishing in the top-20 seven times, but has not yet been able to close.

Following an off-week for the Tour, Granada feels refreshed.

“I mean, last week I was pretty exhausted,” Granada said. “I had played four in a row, so last week I just really took it easy, didn’t practice at all until Saturday, and I saw my coach, so we worked on a few things and then show up here and just keep doing that.”

Working for the weekend:
The 36-hole cut fell at even-par 144. 82 players earning their spots to play on Sunday. Notables to miss the cut include: Paula Creamer (+1), Angela Stanford (+2), Chella Choi (+4), and Suzann Pettersen (+5).

Round 1 - Changkija and Anderson leading in Portland

August 13, 2015

Finding familiarity in the Pacific Northwest:
Current co-leader Sandra Changkija’s career best finish, a tie for ninth was at the 2013 Cambia Portland Classic. Changkija credits her success in the City of Roses to feeling comfortable in her surroundings.

“It helps,” Changkija said. “I’m staying with friends. I stay with two really awesome ladies. They’ve got a really cute dog and they just kind of distract me during the week.”

Changkija is staying with her alma mater Nova Southeastern University’s former Assistant Athletic Director this week and feels comfortable knowing a few people in the area. A distraction might have been just what she needed after deciding to switch putters on Monday.

“I mean, I’ve been hitting it really well. I just wasn’t making putts,” Changkija said. “I switched putters this week. I went to a Cure Putter. It seems to be working well for me.”

The putter switch-up this week has worked well for Changkija, who only needed 25 putts Thursday. When asked if her score will hold up against the field, she knows that others will be dropping putts as well.

“Maybe. If not, it’s not a big deal,” Changkija said. “There’s still three more rounds.”

Brooke Henderson in the hunt, again:
Brooke Henderson sits a mere one-shot back of the lead at the Cambia Portland Classic following an opening round 66.

“It was a lot of fun out there today,” Henderson said. “I got off to a pretty fast start. I was 4-under through the first nine, and really took advantage of the soft and scoreable conditions out there this morning.”

The 17-year-old Canadian, who earned her way into the field by shooting a 68 in the Monday qualifier, feels that extra round at Columbia Edgewater was a key to her success on Thursday.

“I feel much more comfortable in the first round than I do lots of times because I’ve already played this golf course in a competitive atmosphere this week, and I think that really helped me,” Henderson explained. “I know it’s different when you’re just playing practice rounds compared to when you’re playing in competition, and I think Monday this week actually helped me.”

Henderson, who has three top-5 finishes in her eight starts on the LPGA this season, also believes her earlier experiences near the top of the leaderboard will help her heading into the final three rounds.

“I really learned a lot from those weeks there, and I think seeing my name on top of the leaderboard isn’t quite as shocking as it once was,” Henderson admitted. “Like I said, I like to see it up there. I just hope it’s there on Sunday.”

The final Solheim push:
U.S. players are down to the final two weeks to make an impression before the Solheim Cup teams are announced. For Americans, the fight for a spot on the team is heating up.

Rookie Alison Lee is looking to make a strong statement these next few weeks to play her way onto Team USA and she isn’t hiding it.

“I want it really bad,” Lee said. “I’ve been thinking about it every single day for sure. I’ve been looking at the rankings every day and checking out my game every day…I’m just going to embrace all the pressure that I’m feeling right now to make it and use it and play aggressively this week and next week and hopefully get things going.”

Lee isn’t the only one focusing on making Team USA. Mo Martin is currently on the outside looking in on the Solheim Cup standings but a good week would put her clearly in the mix for one of the final spots on Juli Inkster’s 2015 team.

“That is clearly the goal,” Martin said. “That’s what I’m going to shoot for every day. I’d love to represent the USA and see what we can do in Germany."

Martin got off to a good start in her quest to make it to Germany in September by firing an opening round 67 to sit two back of the lead.

These next two weeks can make or break players that sit on the bubble of making the team. Stacy Lewis, Brittany Lincicome, Cristie Kerr, Michelle Wie, and Morgan Pressel are currently the only Americans “safe." Pressure is building and the players are looking for success starting with the Cambia Portland Classic.

“Right now it’s pretty much war against all the U.S. players, deep down inside,” Lee said. “I have my eye on the Rolex Rankings, so if I play well here and play well next week, I can potentially move up a little and hopefully get a spot through rankings, and that’s what I want to do.”

Scores

Pos. Player Scores Total Dif. Prize Money
1 Brooke M. Henderson 66 - 67 - 65 - 69 267 -21 $195,000.00
2T Pornanong Phatlum 69 - 69 - 69 - 68 275 -13 $89,641.00
2T Ha Na Jang 68 - 70 - 67 - 70 275 -13 $89,641.00
2T Candie Kung 69 - 66 - 70 - 70 275 -13 $89,641.00
5T Austin Ernst 72 - 66 - 70 - 68 276 -12 $44,322.00
5T Azahara Munoz 68 - 70 - 69 - 69 276 -12 $44,322.00
5T Mo Martin 67 - 69 - 71 - 69 276 -12 $44,322.00
8T Jaye Marie Green 76 - 68 - 63 - 70 277 -11 $30,264.00
8T Alison Lee 66 - 71 - 69 - 71 277 -11 $30,264.00
10T Cristie Kerr 67 - 71 - 69 - 71 278 -10 $24,253.00
10T Alena Sharp 67 - 70 - 70 - 71 278 -10 $24,253.00
10T Morgan Pressel 71 - 67 - 65 - 75 278 -10 $24,253.00
13T Sakura Yokomine 73 - 69 - 72 - 65 279 -9 $18,802.00
13T Joanna Klatten 72 - 72 - 67 - 68 279 -9 $18,802.00
13T SooBin Kim 69 - 72 - 67 - 71 279 -9 $18,802.00
13T So Yeon Ryu 68 - 71 - 69 - 71 279 -9 $18,802.00
13T Amy Anderson 65 - 72 - 71 - 71 279 -9 $18,802.00
18T Brittany Lang 70 - 71 - 73 - 66 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Carlota Ciganda 70 - 74 - 69 - 67 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Jennifer Song 70 - 71 - 70 - 69 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Minjee Lee 68 - 72 - 70 - 70 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Yani Tseng 70 - 69 - 71 - 70 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Sun Young Yoo 72 - 69 - 68 - 71 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Lisa Ferrero 71 - 67 - 70 - 72 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Min Lee 72 - 67 - 68 - 73 280 -8 $13,815.00
18T Jenny Shin 67 - 68 - 71 - 74 280 -8 $13,815.00
27T Giulia Sergas 69 - 72 - 73 - 67 281 -7 $9,940.00
27T Ju Young Park 71 - 68 - 72 - 70 281 -7 $9,940.00
27T Karine Icher 69 - 73 - 68 - 71 281 -7 $9,940.00
27T Stacy Lewis 71 - 69 - 70 - 71 281 -7 $9,940.00
27T P.K. Kongkraphan 71 - 68 - 70 - 72 281 -7 $9,940.00
27T Julieta Granada 66 - 69 - 72 - 74 281 -7 $9,940.00
27T Sandra Gal 67 - 72 - 65 - 77 281 -7 $9,940.00
27T Caroline Masson 70 - 64 - 70 - 77 281 -7 $9,940.00
35T Jee Young Lee 71 - 69 - 72 - 70 282 -6 $7,759.00
35T Ryann O'Toole 68 - 72 - 72 - 70 282 -6 $7,759.00
35T Mika Miyazato 70 - 70 - 70 - 72 282 -6 $7,759.00
35T Hyo Joo Kim 68 - 68 - 74 - 72 282 -6 $7,759.00
39T Christina Kim 71 - 73 - 72 - 67 283 -5 $6,191.00
39T Eun-Hee Ji 72 - 72 - 69 - 70 283 -5 $6,191.00
39T I.K. Kim 72 - 70 - 70 - 71 283 -5 $6,191.00
39T Lizette Salas 71 - 70 - 68 - 74 283 -5 $6,191.00
39T Maria McBride 70 - 71 - 68 - 74 283 -5 $6,191.00
39T Xi Yu Lin 70 - 68 - 71 - 74 283 -5 $6,191.00
39T Sydnee Michaels 69 - 68 - 72 - 74 283 -5 $6,191.00
46T Haru Nomura 72 - 70 - 72 - 70 284 -4 $4,728.00
46T Lydia Ko 70 - 72 - 72 - 70 284 -4 $4,728.00
46T Jenny Suh 70 - 72 - 71 - 71 284 -4 $4,728.00
46T Anna Nordqvist 70 - 69 - 73 - 72 284 -4 $4,728.00
46T Kelly Shon 68 - 73 - 70 - 73 284 -4 $4,728.00
46T Mirim Lee 71 - 68 - 70 - 75 284 -4 $4,728.00
46T Kim Kaufman 69 - 67 - 73 - 75 284 -4 $4,728.00
53T Gerina Piller 72 - 72 - 73 - 68 285 -3 $3,863.00
53T Mi Hyang Lee 70 - 70 - 74 - 71 285 -3 $3,863.00
53T Sandra Changkija 65 - 72 - 77 - 71 285 -3 $3,863.00
53T Brooke Pancake 70 - 73 - 70 - 72 285 -3 $3,863.00
53T Karrie Webb 74 - 68 - 71 - 72 285 -3 $3,863.00
58T Becky Morgan 74 - 69 - 74 - 69 286 -2 $3,413.00
58T Ariya Jutanugarn 71 - 73 - 72 - 70 286 -2 $3,413.00
60T Mina Harigae 72 - 72 - 73 - 70 287 -1 $3,091.00
60T Jane Park 70 - 73 - 72 - 72 287 -1 $3,091.00
60T Felicity Johnson 68 - 76 - 69 - 74 287 -1 $3,091.00
60T Ashleigh Simon 71 - 72 - 70 - 74 287 -1 $3,091.00
60T Wei-Ling Hsu 70 - 73 - 69 - 75 287 -1 $3,091.00
65T Sarah Jane Smith 73 - 71 - 76 - 68 288 E $2,833.00
65T Cheyenne Woods 70 - 74 - 72 - 72 288 E $2,833.00
65T Beatriz Recari 73 - 69 - 70 - 76 288 E $2,833.00
68 Yueer Cindy Feng 71 - 73 - 73 - 72 289 1 $2,704.00
69T Nontaya Srisawang 74 - 70 - 73 - 73 290 2 $2,587.00
69T Lee-Anne Pace 67 - 75 - 74 - 74 290 2 $2,587.00
69T Sadena Parks 72 - 68 - 75 - 75 290 2 $2,587.00
72T Doris Chen 72 - 71 - 74 - 74 291 3 $2,479.00
72T Jacqui Concolino 67 - 75 - 74 - 75 291 3 $2,479.00
72T Kelly Tan 70 - 73 - 72 - 76 291 3 $2,479.00
75 Christel Boeljon 74 - 70 - 72 - 76 292 4 $2,417.00
76 Danielle Kang 69 - 75 - 77 - 72 293 5 $2,387.00
77 Mi Jung Hur 72 - 72 - 74 - 76 294 6 $2,356.00
78T Stacey Keating 69 - 75 - 77 - 74 295 7 $2,311.00
78T Kendall Dye 74 - 69 - 73 - 79 295 7 $2,311.00
80 Dori Carter 69 - 75 - 77 - 77 298 10 $2,267.00
81T Amelia Lewis 70 - 71 - 79 - 80 300 12 $2,224.00
81T Marina Alex 69 - 73 - 76 - 82 300 12 $2,224.00
CUT Victoria Elizabeth 74 - 71 145 1 $0.00
CUT Pernilla Lindberg 73 - 72 145 1 $0.00
CUT Belen Mozo 73 - 72 145 1 $0.00
CUT Ji Young Oh 73 - 72 145 1 $0.00
CUT Jennifer Rosales 73 - 72 145 1 $0.00
CUT Louise Stahle 73 - 72 145 1 $0.00
CUT Paz Echeverria 72 - 73 145 1 $0.00
CUT Thidapa Suwannapura 72 - 73 145 1 $0.00
CUT Ayako Uehara 72 - 73 145 1 $0.00
CUT Cydney Clanton 70 - 75 145 1 $0.00
CUT Paula Creamer 70 - 75 145 1 $0.00
CUT Jennifer Kirby 70 - 75 145 1 $0.00
CUT Ai Miyazato 70 - 75 145 1 $0.00
CUT Nannette Hill 69 - 76 145 1 $0.00
CUT Moriya Jutanugarn 69 - 76 145 1 $0.00
CUT Ilhee Lee 75 - 71 146 2 $0.00
CUT Katherine Kirk 74 - 72 146 2 $0.00
CUT Angela Stanford 74 - 72 146 2 $0.00
CUT Garrett Phillips 73 - 73 146 2 $0.00
CUT Marissa Steen 73 - 73 146 2 $0.00
CUT Laetitia Beck 72 - 74 146 2 $0.00
CUT Katie Burnett 72 - 74 146 2 $0.00
CUT Paola Moreno 72 - 74 146 2 $0.00
CUT Pat Hurst 71 - 75 146 2 $0.00
CUT Stephanie Meadow 71 - 75 146 2 $0.00
CUT Jackie Stoelting 71 - 75 146 2 $0.00
CUT Kris Tamulis 71 - 75 146 2 $0.00
CUT Lisa McCloskey 69 - 77 146 2 $0.00
CUT Jane Rah 78 - 69 147 3 $0.00
CUT Demi Runas 74 - 73 147 3 $0.00
CUT Therese Koelbaek 73 - 74 147 3 $0.00
CUT Laura Davies 72 - 75 147 3 $0.00
CUT Caroline Hedwall 72 - 75 147 3 $0.00
CUT Q Baek 71 - 76 147 3 $0.00
CUT Laura Diaz 75 - 73 148 4 $0.00
CUT Sarah Kemp 75 - 73 148 4 $0.00
CUT Chella Choi 73 - 75 148 4 $0.00
CUT Katy Harris 71 - 77 148 4 $0.00
CUT Jessica Korda 71 - 77 148 4 $0.00
CUT Karlin Beck 77 - 72 149 5 $0.00
CUT Chie Arimura 75 - 74 149 5 $0.00
CUT Sue Kim 75 - 74 149 5 $0.00
CUT Suzann Pettersen 75 - 74 149 5 $0.00
CUT Simin Feng 74 - 75 149 5 $0.00
CUT Brittany Henderson 74 - 75 149 5 $0.00
CUT Julie Yang 73 - 76 149 5 $0.00
CUT Dewi Claire Schreefel 75 - 75 150 6 $0.00
CUT Alison Walshe 75 - 75 150 6 $0.00
CUT Danah Bordner 74 - 76 150 6 $0.00
CUT Haeji Kang 74 - 76 150 6 $0.00
CUT Paula Reto 79 - 72 151 7 $0.00
CUT Paige Mackenzie 75 - 76 151 7 $0.00
CUT Tiffany Joh 73 - 78 151 7 $0.00
CUT Mariajo Uribe 73 - 78 151 7 $0.00
CUT Gigi Stoll 79 - 73 152 8 $0.00
CUT Mallory Blackwelder 75 - 77 152 8 $0.00
CUT Hee Young Park 74 - 78 152 8 $0.00
CUT Maria Hernandez 76 - 77 153 9 $0.00
CUT Kristy McPherson 79 - 76 155 11 $0.00
CUT Jing Yan 73 - 82 155 11 $0.00
CUT Min Seo Kwak 78 - 78 156 12 $0.00
WDC Catriona Matthew 72 72 E $0.00

 

Preview

DATES:  August 13-16
SITE:  Columbia Edgewater Country Club, Portland
PRIZE MONEY: $1,300,000
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