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Round 4 - Thompson edges to Meijer victory

July 26, 2015

Lexi Thompson calmly tapped in a two foot par putt on 18 to capture the fifth win of her career at the 2015 Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft.

“It feels amazing,” Thompson said. “It still hasn’t really hit me yet because everything happened so fast. But it was a great day out there and we had perfect weather for it, so couldn’t ask for anything more.”

Thompson tallied eight birdies against two bogeys to post a final round 65 to finish at 18-under for the week and claim a one-shot victory over Lizette Salas and Gerina Piller.

“Really the whole day I was just trying to play my own game,” Thompson said. “I was just trying to focus on my own game, focus on my pre-shot routine and having fun in between shots and I think that’s what helped me shoot 6 under today.”

The Florida native entered the final round four shots behind Salas but made up the defi cit quickly with birdies on four of her first seven holes. Thompson was then able to take the lead with a birdie on the next hole and eventually stretched her cushion to as many as three after the 16th. Salas and Piller each had the lead down to a single shot after Thompson made bogey at 17 but thanks to a new mental approach, Thompson was able to calm her nerves and make par on 18 for the win.

“I had been working on the mental side of the game with John Denny down in South Florida and that has helped me out tremendously just to relax and have fun instead of just grinding 24/7 on the golf course,” Thompson explained. “It’s helped me out a lot. I knew it was coming, I was just trying to be patient.”

Following her post round interviews, Thompson quickly hopped in a car to Detroit Metro Airport for a flight to Scotland where she will look to capture the second Major Championship of her career at the RICOH Women’s British Open.

“Yeah, it’s definitely momentum going into the next week being a major and going over to the British Open.”

Piller punches a T2 on Sunday:
Gerina Piller made her way up the leaderboard Sunday shooting a final-round 64 to finish T2 at 17-under par. Piller started the day at 10-under par, six shots behind the then leader Lizette Salas (-16). After birding seven of her first 12 holes, Piller was in the mix for clinching her fi rst career victory.

“You know, I think I just got off to a really good start,” Piller said. “On the fi rst tee, for me, that tee shot’s a really difficult one because it narrows up as far as you hit it. So hitting it in that fairway and getting it up there in two and making birdie to start off the round, I think that was huge. Just kind of carried that momentum and just hit really good shots and putted well.”

After 107 starts and 86 cuts made, Piller has yet to fi nd herself in the winner’s circle but her second career second place finish gave her confi dence heading into the remaining 2015 season, especially considering the final push for the Solheim Cup team.

“You know, just coming out here and just giving myself a chance to win, I’ve never won before, so that’s a success in my own book,” Piller said. “I just keep doing what I’m doing. Like I said, the rest will take care of itself.”

Salas comes up short byt impresses:
Lizette Salas started her fi nal round of the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft with a four-shot lead and what looked to be a cruise into the winner’s circle but Lexi Thompson had other plans for her. Thompson birdied three of her first five holes and with pars for Salas on those same five holes, Salas saw her lead fading away.

“Yeah, it just didn’t come off to the start that I wanted,” Salas said. “And obviously I can’t control what Lexi does and she played an amazing day of golf, so really proud of her.”

Salas was able to keep herself in the hunt Sunday and began to pick up speed on her back nine. Thompson had a three-shot lead, but after a bogey on 17 for Thompson,and a birdie for Salas, the USC grad found herself just one-shot back heading to the 18th tee box.

Both Thompson and Salas hit par on the 18th hole and Thompson clinched her fi fth LPGA Tour victory with Salas tying Gerina Piller for a T2 fi nish. Although it was not the fairytale ending Salas was hoping for, she found a lot of positive from her performance this week.

“Hopefully this week will impress Captain Juli Inkster with the way I performed,” Salas said. “Solheim is on my mind and it’s a primary goal, but in order to get there you have to hit good golf shots and you’ve got to make putts, so I’ll make sure to be doing that in the following weeks.”

Inkster, who finished 15th, would be proud to see the fi nal leaderboard at the 2015 Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft as three Americans took the top three spots and eight Americans were in the top eleven.

“The fact that we had three Americans in the top three, that says a lot about American golf right now and we’re up and coming,” Salas said with a smirk. “Some good things happened this weekend, so I’m pretty glad.”

Eagles for a cause:
Eight total eagles were made on Sunday at the Meijer LPGA Classic and players raised $8,000 toward the Wounded Warrior Project as part of the season-long Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends. The eight eagles today, in addition to two eagles made on Saturday, brings the total for the year to 154 and $154,000 raised. The 150th eagle was registered by Brittany Lang.

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

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Round 3 - Salas takes 4-stroke lead into Meijer final

July 25, 2015

Lizette Salas will take a four stroke lead into the final round of the Meijer LPGA Classic Presented by Kraft after shooting a bogey-free 64 in the third round at Blythefield Country Club.

“I don’t know what’s going on,” Salas said with a smile. “Everything’s been going my way and I’ve been staying positive and just really focusing on my shots and kind of have this, I don’t know, just go at the pins attitude today and everything just kept going my way and really, really happy.”

Salas got off to a hot start with birdies on three of her first four holes and didn’t look back en route to shooting her 7-under round which leaves her at 16-under par for the week. The USC grad will sleep on the 54-hole lead for the third time in her career where her previous finishes include a solo second at the 2014 Kia Classic and her victory at the 2014 Kingsmill Championship.

“We’ll see what happens,” Salas explained. “I’m not going to focus on the outcome or the what if. I just need to focus on each shot and on my routine and just to stay as patient as possible.”

What Salas does know is that a strong finish this week will add even more points to her ranking in the chase for a coveted spot on Juli Inkster’s Solheim Cup team where, as of this week, Salas is on the outside looking in.

“Are you kidding? It’s been on my mind the last like three months,” Salas said when asked about it. “I always like to do things interesting. My mom calls me a procrastinator. So my good golf is finally showing up and I’m really fortunate and glad that this is happening right now.”

Joining Salas in the final group will be Lapeer, Mich., native Kris Tamulis and Lexi Thompson who each sit four shots back at 12-under.

Hometown Tamulis Plays Way into the Final Group:
Kris Tamulis finds herself in Sunday’s final group at the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft. Following a 67 Saturday, Tamulis is T2 with Lexi Thompson at 12-under-par chasing current leader Lizette Salas who sits at 16-under.

Tamulis will be playing in unfamiliar territory heading into Sunday’s round, but she is just trying to enjoy herself and not overstress climbing the leaderboard.

“Yeah. I mean, golf’s really hard,” Tamulis said. “It’s really hard and it’s a struggle out there. It always is. For me it’s a grind every day, so I’m really just trying to enjoy myself.”

Tamulis is a Lapeer native and has been enjoying her time back in her home state, but it has been a challenge to remain focused solely on winning come Sunday afternoon.

“I do like this place,” Tamulis said. “The only thing, it’s really hard because there’s so many fans out here and so many people come out that I haven’t seen in a really long time and they don’t really understand that I’m out here working. So I have people like waving to me and telling me to come over and say hi, and I’m like on a really tight schedule…So I kind of like have to have my blinders on this week. But I love the golf course, I love the fans. I’m really, really proud to have an event in my home state and I think it’s great.”

Rolex Rankings No. 1 Makes a Move:
Inbee Park was able to make a move on Saturday to climb into the top-10 at the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft.

“I mean, this is your last chance to really get yourself in contention for tomorrow,” Park said. “it’s just only one day left and I have a lot of confidence from today that will help going into tomorrow.”

The Rolex Rankings No.1 posted her lowest round of the week, a 5-under 66, to get to 9-under for the event.

“Obviously I played better every day.,” Park said. “You know, the ball striking wasn’t really there for me this week. I hit a couple of bad drives every day and that really cost me every day. So, I mean, my putter seems like it’s much better than the last couple weeks but just golf is a weird game. You know, when you get one thing right, you can’t get the other thing right. My ball striking is just really consistent all year, just my putting was a little bit off. But obviously this week ball striking was a little bit off but my putting is getting better, which is a good sign. Just got to fix a couple things on the ball striking and get it in good position.”

Eagles For a Cause:
Two total eagles were made on Saturday (Dana Bordner, Jee Young Lee) at the Meijer LPGA Classic and players raised $2,000 toward the Wounded Warrior Project as part of the season-long Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends. The two eagles brings the total for the year to 146 and $146,000 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.

Round 2 - Salas joined in Meijer lead by Lee & Thompson

July 24, 2015

Alison Lee, Lexi Thompson and Lizette Salas will share the 36 hole lead at the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft at Blythefield Country Club.

“I’m going into the weekend with the same positive attitude I did the last two days,” Thompson said. “Yesterday was a little bit of a struggle but I ended with two birdies, so just going to stay patient, stay positive and just focus on my breathing between shots.”

Thompson went out in the morning and set the score to beat at 9-under thanks to a second round 64, the low round of the day. The three-time LPGA winner started the day hot with birdies on five of her first six holes en route to turning in 30 and while her putter cooled off she was able to come in at 34.

“I would say probably my iron shots and just my distance control was a lot better today,” Thompson admitted.

“Yesterday I was just going over basically every green, it was hard to control my iron shots, and today with the greens being a little bit softer I had a lot more birdie opportunities and rolled a few more putts in.”

Playing together in the afternoon wave Lee and Salas were able to match Thompson with rounds of 66 (-5) and 69 (-2) respectively.

“It’s great to have that competition out there,” Lee explained. “We kind of pushed each other throughout the way, me and Lizette. Especially yesterday, too, playing together for two days after her great round yesterday. So definitely I was fired up today going into the round and wanted to shoot a low number.”

Salas echoed Lee’s statement.

“It’s definitely helpful in one sense to have a competitor playing as well as you or even better,” Salas said. “We definitely keep each other going and she played a great round of golf today, so the group played really well.”

The trio holds a one shot advantage over five players - Gerina Piller, Q Baek, Kris Tamulis, Wei-Ling Hsu and Jaye Marie Green.

“I’m happy to be here, I’m happy to play on the weekend,” said Tamulis, a Lapeer, Mich. native. “You know, I can only do what I can do. So I’m just going to keep playing my own game and keep it in the fairways and hitting the greens and that’s what I usually do.”

82 players made the cut at even par 142. Notable players to miss the cut included: Angela Stanford (+1), MJ Hur (+1) and Ai Miyazato (+2).

Piller in the Mix with Web.com Tour Pro Husband on Hand:
Gerina Piller fired a 6-under-par Friday to find herself in contention at 8-under heading into the weekend at the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft. After a bogey-free round, Piller sits just one-shot behind the trio of leaders and put herself in the hunt at Blythefield Country Club.

In addition to the six birdies that Piller posted, something else seemed to be helping charge her way up the leaderboard; her husband, Web.com Tour Pro Martin Piller.

“Yeah, it’s always awesome to have him out and having that support,” Piller said. “Whether it’s a good day or bad day, it’s just nice to have him waiting for me when I get done.”

For the Pillers, it isn’t everyday that they are able to come out and support the other. With schedule conflicts pulling them in different directions, time spent together is valuable.

“He’s about to pick up pretty heavy again, so with him obviously securing his Tour card, I don’t think we’re going to see much of an off season,” Piller said. “It’s going to get real interesting coming up.”

The lifestyle of having two professional golfers in the family isn’t always the most accommodating when trying to schedule when they can see each other. Sometimes being able to support your spouse means giving up your spot in the field.

“I’m not opposed to taking a week off to go see him and vice versa,” Piller said “It’s great that he’s understanding in that way and so we just make it work.”

Whether it was her improved play, support of her husband, or a combination of both, Piller has set herself up to be in contention this week. Piller will look to keep her spot towards the top of the leaderboard, and when she looks outside the ropes she’ll find one of her biggest supporters.

“It’s great to have that support,” Piller said. “He knows what I’m going through, he knows when you’re having just a bad day on the golf course…he shares with me in the glory days and the bad days so it’s great to have someone to go through life together, but also go through like your profession.”

Family Affair for Pressel:
Morgan Pressel picked up the game of golf during summers spent vacationing near Detroit with her family and several members made the trip to Grand Rapids this week for the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft.

“It’s great to have everybody here,” Pressel said with a smile. “I’ve got my in laws here as well and my brother and his family. So it’s nice that everybody came to watch and it’s just fun to see them out there in the gallery. I’m glad I played better for them this week than I did last week in Toledo.”

The family and fans were certainly treated to a show as Pressel shot a 66 bouncing back from an even par round yesterday.

“I was very disappointed in my ball striking yesterday, so I worked quite a while after the round and maybe straightened it out a little bit and felt a little more comfortable. Definitely hit the ball better today.”

The 5-under round gets Pressel in the hunt to make a move on the weekend.

“Definitely, in a good spot, playing the weekend, got a chance,” Pressel said. “I don’t know what the lead will be but still a long two days left.”

Boxing Out Injury:
Lexi Thompson shot an impressive second-round 64 Friday at the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft, and sits at 9-under-par for the tournament. Thompson had seven birdies during her round Friday, and it looked as if the three-time LPGA winner was nothing but confident in her golf game.

With a nagging right wrist injury healing, Thompson is able to play her game and focus on moving her way up the leaderboard.

“We’re not positive, but I think it’s from just the boxing photo shoot that I’ve done and now it’s just overuse,” Thompson said. “But it’s getting better, I’m icing it a bunch and just taping it up before every round.”

Judging by Thompson’s 7-under-par round Friday, she doesn’t seemed to bothered by the injury.

“You know, it didn’t hurt that bad today,” Thompson said. “It hurts warming up just to get it loosened up, but when I play it’s not too bad.”

Thompson heads in the weekend tied with Lizette Salas and Alison Lee and knows that she can’t put it on cruise control just yet.

“It’s the best players in the world every time I tee it up and I know that,” Thompson said. “So you have to bring your A game every week to win out here and I know I’m going to have to make even more birdies this weekend.”

Split Tees for Saturday:
Saturday tee times have been changed from a one-tee start to a one- and ten-tee start due to the forecast of possible thunderstorms Saturday morning.

Tee times will take place from 10:45am-12:55pm, with the median scores going off first.

Round 1 - Kirk, Salas & Carter leading Meiher Classic

July 23, 2015

Three players -Katherine Kirk, Lizette Salas, and Dori Carter - lead the way at 7-under, 64, following first-round play at the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft at Blythefield Country Club.

“Made some pretty good plus 20-footers for birdie and just made basically zero mistakes today,” said Salas. “That eagle on 11 really kind of kept me going and really helped me target the pins today. Just really stayed aggressive with the putting and it’s really coming along. My finish at the Open kind of gave me that extra boost of confidence to really go low and that’s what I did today.”

Conditions in the morning proved to be ideal and helped the trio post a number and enjoy the rest of the day on the top of the leaderboard one shot clear of Wei Ling Hsu and Jaye Marie Green who each posted rounds of 65.

“We had perfect conditions this morning,” Kirk said. “Hardly any wind and then greens were very receptive early on. Obviously, in the morning you always get the good roll. “

While the trio is happy to be in the lead entering Friday, they know that there is still work to be done.

“You’ve got to start off well and it’s a confidence boost to get off on round one,” Carter said. “However, it’s still just Thursday and so you’ve got three more rounds, 54 more holes, and anything could happen. I wouldn’t go home and relax. I’m going to probably stay sharp and try to focus on tomorrow and try to keep building, keep climbing up the leaderboard.”

Kirk, a two-time LPGA winner, echoed Carter’s statements.

“I haven’t posted a round like that in a while so it feels good to finally get the rust off and yeah, shoot a low one. But it’s a long week and just got to back it up now.”

With instructor on hand Carter has low round of the season:
Dori Carter is tied for the lead after shooting the her low round of the year with a 64.

“I have a swing instructor who’s here this week. Her name is Gail Peterson from Sea Island down in Georgia where I’m from,” Carter said. “She’s been here and we’ve actually been working hard the last couple days specifically to get ready for this tournament and the rest of the year.”

The work paid off as Carter hit 14 of 18 greens and had a mere 25 putts en route to her 7-under round.

“You know, I had a lot of confi dence last year,” Carter explained. “It was one of my better years and this year hasn’t been one of my better years. But I’ve been working really hard and I’m starting to see some of that hard work pay off, and today the putts fi nally fell. You know, I’m comfortable, I’m getting more experience here and so I like being here. I want to continue to stay on the top of the leaderboard and the more I can get this experience, the better.”

Brother knows best:
Second-year player Jaye Marie Green is beginning to find her rhythm out on the course.

After her T11 finish back in February at the Pure Silk LPGA Bahamas Classic, Green has had an up and down season. That is until recently when it seemed like something had finally started to click after a chat with her brother Matt.

“I’ve got to give the credit to my brother, for sure,” Green said. “I was kind of in a little really deep hole, and he goes ‘Jaye, it’s okay, you’re doing great, you just need to catch one break. Once you catch one break, things will go your way’. And then I got in the U.S. Open and it’s gone my way ever since, so he was right.”

After getting cut from the field in the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, Green took her brother’s words and looked to bounce back when she last minute got into the U.S. Women’s Open. Green had a solid performance at the Open, shooting a 67 during the fi nal-round to fi nish T26 and then followed up with a T18 at the Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning and O-I.

Considering Green shot a 65 first-round at the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft today, Green seems to have changed up the mojo and has things going her way. Whether it is change in momentum or a change in her game, Green knows who she will count on for encouragement when having doubts on the course.

“Big brother’s always right,” Green said.

Strong finish keeps Lexi in the hunt:
Lexi Thompson birdied her fi nal two holes of the day to get back into the red at 2-under par to get within five shots of the lead.

“Yeah, it was defi nitely an up and down round,” Thompson admitted. “I didn’t hit it that bad. I missed a few more fairways than I wanted to and it’s hard to make birdies out of the rough here because it’s pretty thick. But I just had some distance control so I couldn’t really get close to the pins, but I ended well. I went for the green on No. 8, I had mid iron in and then birdied there. And then I dropped about a 20 footer on the last hole for birdie, so it’s nice to end well.”

Thompson will look to take the momentum from the fi nal two holes into the rest of the week where she will hope to go low on a course that she loves.

“Blythefield is an amazing track,” Thompson said. “Being the fi rst year here last year for the tournament, it was a great tournament overall. The course is in amazing shape for us. Rough is up pretty thick and it gets windy in the afternoons here so it plays pretty tough to get those yardages right. But it plays like a really well golf course, always love to come back.”

Quote of the day:
“I like a fight. I’m a competitior, I always have been.”-Jaye Marie green on posting a 65

Scores

Pos. Player Scores Total Dif. Prize Money
1 Lexi Thompson 69 - 64 - 68 - 65 266 -18 $300,000.00
2T Gerina Piller 69 - 65 - 69 - 64 267 -17 $156,096.00
2T Lizette Salas 64 - 69 - 64 - 70 267 -17 $156,096.00
4T So Yeon Ryu 70 - 68 - 65 - 66 269 -15 $91,631.00
4T Kris Tamulis 66 - 68 - 67 - 68 269 -15 $91,631.00
6 Brittany Lang 69 - 69 - 66 - 66 270 -14 $66,866.00
7 Brittany Lincicome 70 - 68 - 65 - 69 272 -12 $55,970.00
8T Xi Yu Lin 71 - 70 - 66 - 66 273 -11 $42,596.00
8T Amy Anderson 68 - 70 - 69 - 66 273 -11 $42,596.00
8T Hee Young Park 70 - 69 - 65 - 69 273 -11 $42,596.00
8T Alison Lee 67 - 66 - 70 - 70 273 -11 $42,596.00
12T Ilhee Lee 66 - 71 - 70 - 67 274 -10 $32,557.00
12T Jaye Marie Green 65 - 69 - 73 - 67 274 -10 $32,557.00
12T Q Baek 66 - 68 - 70 - 70 274 -10 $32,557.00
15 Juli Inkster 69 - 71 - 70 - 65 275 -9 $28,727.00
16T Sarah Jane Smith 68 - 70 - 71 - 67 276 -8 $24,303.00
16T Sun Young Yoo 73 - 66 - 69 - 68 276 -8 $24,303.00
16T Cristie Kerr 73 - 65 - 70 - 68 276 -8 $24,303.00
16T Julieta Granada 71 - 68 - 68 - 69 276 -8 $24,303.00
16T Wei-Ling Hsu 65 - 69 - 71 - 71 276 -8 $24,303.00
16T Caroline Masson 69 - 69 - 65 - 73 276 -8 $24,303.00
22T Chella Choi 71 - 69 - 70 - 67 277 -7 $19,674.00
22T Eun-Hee Ji 70 - 69 - 68 - 70 277 -7 $19,674.00
22T Morgan Pressel 71 - 66 - 69 - 71 277 -7 $19,674.00
22T Dori Carter 64 - 73 - 69 - 71 277 -7 $19,674.00
22T Pernilla Lindberg 70 - 66 - 69 - 72 277 -7 $19,674.00
27T Haru Nomura 72 - 70 - 69 - 67 278 -6 $15,899.00
27T Alena Sharp 68 - 70 - 72 - 68 278 -6 $15,899.00
27T Lee-Anne Pace 71 - 69 - 69 - 69 278 -6 $15,899.00
27T Azahara Munoz 70 - 69 - 69 - 70 278 -6 $15,899.00
27T Jane Rah 66 - 72 - 69 - 71 278 -6 $15,899.00
27T Katie Burnett 69 - 68 - 66 - 75 278 -6 $15,899.00
33T Ji Young Oh 68 - 74 - 70 - 67 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Jeong Eun Lee 71 - 68 - 72 - 68 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Anna Nordqvist 72 - 69 - 69 - 69 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Brooke Pancake 68 - 71 - 71 - 69 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Jodi Ewart Shadoff 70 - 68 - 72 - 69 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Sydnee Michaels 71 - 70 - 68 - 70 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Jee Young Lee 69 - 71 - 69 - 70 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Min Lee 70 - 71 - 67 - 71 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Becky Morgan 71 - 68 - 69 - 71 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Danah Bordner 70 - 68 - 69 - 72 279 -5 $11,293.00
33T Kim Kaufman 68 - 67 - 71 - 73 279 -5 $11,293.00
44T Sandra Gal 73 - 69 - 70 - 68 280 -4 $8,420.00
44T Austin Ernst 70 - 70 - 68 - 72 280 -4 $8,420.00
44T Inbee Park 70 - 68 - 66 - 76 280 -4 $8,420.00
47T P.K. Kongkraphan 73 - 69 - 70 - 69 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T Jane Park 71 - 71 - 69 - 70 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T Katy Harris 68 - 68 - 74 - 71 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T SooBin Kim 70 - 72 - 67 - 72 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T Sakura Yokomine 72 - 69 - 68 - 72 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T Karine Icher 70 - 71 - 68 - 72 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T Pat Hurst 68 - 71 - 70 - 72 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T Ju Young Park 72 - 68 - 67 - 74 281 -3 $6,802.00
47T Lisa Ferrero 70 - 66 - 70 - 75 281 -3 $6,802.00
56T Beatriz Recari 73 - 68 - 72 - 69 282 -2 $5,267.00
56T Mariajo Uribe 72 - 69 - 71 - 70 282 -2 $5,267.00
56T Belen Mozo 68 - 74 - 69 - 71 282 -2 $5,267.00
56T Ha Na Jang 71 - 68 - 72 - 71 282 -2 $5,267.00
56T Min Seo Kwak 73 - 65 - 73 - 71 282 -2 $5,267.00
56T Mi Hyang Lee 69 - 71 - 69 - 73 282 -2 $5,267.00
62T Amelia Lewis 73 - 69 - 73 - 68 283 -1 $4,458.00
62T Meena Lee 72 - 70 - 71 - 70 283 -1 $4,458.00
62T Nannette Hill 70 - 70 - 73 - 70 283 -1 $4,458.00
62T Demi Runas 70 - 70 - 72 - 71 283 -1 $4,458.00
62T Danielle Kang 70 - 72 - 68 - 73 283 -1 $4,458.00
62T Christina Kim 72 - 70 - 67 - 74 283 -1 $4,458.00
62T Katherine Kirk 64 - 73 - 72 - 74 283 -1 $4,458.00
69T Sadena Parks 73 - 67 - 73 - 73 286 2 $4,012.00
69T Minjee Lee 70 - 68 - 75 - 73 286 2 $4,012.00
71T Tiffany Joh 75 - 67 - 73 - 72 287 3 $3,838.00
71T Jennifer Rosales 70 - 72 - 73 - 72 287 3 $3,838.00
71T Caroline Westrup 69 - 72 - 74 - 72 287 3 $3,838.00
71T Sarah Kemp 67 - 71 - 74 - 75 287 3 $3,838.00
75 Natalie Gulbis 75 - 67 - 72 - 74 288 4 $3,719.00
76T Laetitia Beck 68 - 73 - 73 - 75 289 5 $3,648.00
76T Giulia Sergas 70 - 71 - 71 - 77 289 5 $3,648.00
78T Laura Diaz 73 - 68 - 77 - 72 290 6 $3,533.00
78T Simin Feng 72 - 70 - 72 - 76 290 6 $3,533.00
78T Joanna Klatten 70 - 71 - 71 - 78 290 6 $3,533.00
81 Jenny Gleason 70 - 72 - 77 - 78 297 13 $3,443.00
CUT Karlin Beck 74 - 69 143 1 $0.00
CUT Angela Stanford 74 - 69 143 1 $0.00
CUT Cydney Clanton 73 - 70 143 1 $0.00
CUT Mi Jung Hur 73 - 70 143 1 $0.00
CUT Therese Koelbaek 73 - 70 143 1 $0.00
CUT Paz Echeverria 72 - 71 143 1 $0.00
CUT Christine Meier 71 - 72 143 1 $0.00
CUT Dewi Claire Schreefel 71 - 72 143 1 $0.00
CUT Julie Yang 71 - 72 143 1 $0.00
CUT Ryann O'Toole 70 - 73 143 1 $0.00
CUT Moriya Jutanugarn 69 - 74 143 1 $0.00
CUT Sandra Changkija 68 - 75 143 1 $0.00
CUT Paula Reto 75 - 69 144 2 $0.00
CUT Jacqui Concolino 73 - 71 144 2 $0.00
CUT Yueer Cindy Feng 73 - 71 144 2 $0.00
CUT Maria Hernandez 73 - 71 144 2 $0.00
CUT Jennifer Kirby 73 - 71 144 2 $0.00
CUT Candie Kung 73 - 71 144 2 $0.00
CUT Ai Miyazato 73 - 71 144 2 $0.00
CUT Marta Sanz Barrio 73 - 71 144 2 $0.00
CUT Birdie Kim 71 - 73 144 2 $0.00
CUT Lisa McCloskey 71 - 73 144 2 $0.00
CUT Elizabeth Nagel 71 - 73 144 2 $0.00
CUT Ayako Uehara 71 - 73 144 2 $0.00
CUT Pornanong Phatlum 70 - 74 144 2 $0.00
CUT Paola Moreno 69 - 75 144 2 $0.00
CUT Nontaya Srisawang 69 - 75 144 2 $0.00
CUT Jackie Stoelting 75 - 70 145 3 $0.00
CUT Jenny Suh 75 - 70 145 3 $0.00
CUT Moira Dunn 73 - 72 145 3 $0.00
CUT Nicole Jeray 73 - 72 145 3 $0.00
CUT Garrett Phillips 73 - 72 145 3 $0.00
CUT Louise Stahle 73 - 72 145 3 $0.00
CUT Marina Alex 72 - 73 145 3 $0.00
CUT Heather Bowie Young 72 - 73 145 3 $0.00
CUT Kelly Shon 72 - 73 145 3 $0.00
CUT Victoria Elizabeth 71 - 74 145 3 $0.00
CUT Kelly Tan 76 - 70 146 4 $0.00
CUT Mallory Blackwelder 75 - 71 146 4 $0.00
CUT Ariya Jutanugarn 72 - 74 146 4 $0.00
CUT Kendall Dye 71 - 75 146 4 $0.00
CUT Chie Arimura 69 - 77 146 4 $0.00
CUT Marissa Steen 71 - 76 147 5 $0.00
CUT Mina Harigae 69 - 78 147 5 $0.00
CUT Rebecca Lee-Bentham 76 - 72 148 6 $0.00
CUT Kaitlin Park 74 - 74 148 6 $0.00
CUT Lorie Kane 73 - 75 148 6 $0.00
CUT Wendy Doolan 76 - 73 149 7 $0.00
CUT Stephanie Meadow 76 - 73 149 7 $0.00
CUT Ashleigh Simon 76 - 73 149 7 $0.00
CUT Felicity Johnson 73 - 76 149 7 $0.00
CUT Kristy McPherson 72 - 77 149 7 $0.00
CUT Thidapa Suwannapura 71 - 78 149 7 $0.00
CUT Jennifer Song 75 - 75 150 8 $0.00
CUT Alison Walshe 76 - 75 151 9 $0.00
CUT Sophia Popov 80 - 72 152 10 $0.00
CUT Cat Peters 79 - 75 154 12 $0.00
CUT Kim Williams 77 - 77 154 12 $0.00
CUT Kelli Pry 78 - 77 155 13 $0.00
WDC Jing Yan 76 76 5 $0.00
WDC Amy Yang 70 - 72 142 E $0.00
WD Jenny Shin 0 E $0.00

 

Preview

DATES:  July 23-26
SITE:  Blythefield Country Club, Grand Rapids, Michigan
PRIZE MONEY: $2,000,000
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