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Round 4 - Park wins British Open and career Grand Slam

August 02, 2015
Inbee Park, 2015 Ricoh Women's British Open

South Korea’s Inbee Park has become just the seventh woman golfer to win the traditional career Grand Slam.

The World No.1 carded a course record equalling 65 in the final round to win the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Trump Turnberry Resort and in the process joined an elite group comprising Pat Bradley, Juli Inkster, Annika Sorenstam, Louise Suggs, Karrie Webb and Mickey Wright who have all won at least four different majors.

The 27 year old from Seoul has also won the Evian Masters in 2012, when it was considered a Major on the Ladies European Tour, but a year before it became the LPGA’s official fifth Major and was renamed the Evian Championship in 2013.

Park started the final round in a share of fifth place three shots behind leaders Jin-Young Ko and Teresa Lu but began her chase with four birdies in a row from the seventh. She was a stroke behind Ko after she eagled the 449-yard par-5 14th hole, making a putt of 25 feet and then birdied the 372-yard par-4 16th to lead for the first time in the championship on 12 under par.

After Ko bogeyed the 13th and double bogeyed the 16th, putting her second shot into the burn, Park was three strokes clear as she waited in the clubhouse for the final two groups to finish.

She sealed her seventh Major victory, worth £298,534, by three strokes when Ko finished with par on the last two holes. It was her fourth title this season and the 16th win of her 10-year career.

“This is something I’ve been dreaming of all my life, all my career, all this year. This is something I really wanted and to finally reach my goal is a relief and I’m so happy with everything at the moment,” Park said. “I didn’t feel that comfortable coming into this week but to overcome a lot of things and win the championship is phenomenal.”

Fellow South Korean Ko (71) was second, with compatriot So Yeon Ryu (68) and New Zealand’s Lydia Ko (69) tied for third on eight under par.

On Ko’s performance in her first major championship, Park commented: “She is a very talented girl and she was holding up well out there. All four days she played fantastic. I know her well and she is from the same management company as me so I had dinner with her earlier in the week. I got lucky. She could have played better golf but the golfing gods were on my side.”

Second round leader Suzann Pettersen from Norway (72) finished in fifth place on seven under par, with Teresa Lu from Chinese Taipei a stroke further behind in sixth and Sweden’s Anna Norqvist tied for seventh with Mika Miyazato of Japan.

Amy Boulden from Wales and Melissa Reid from England shared ninth place with Australian Minjee Lee on four under par and Maria McBride, who is a European Vice Captain for The 2015 Solheim Cup, ended 12th.

Spaniard Luna Sobron finished tied for 13th and followed in the footsteps of Rebecca Hudson, Michelle Wie, Melissa Reid, Anna Nordqvist, Caroline Hedwall among others by winning the Smyth Salver awarded to the leading amateur.

The 21-year-old from Majorca, who is studying business at university in Madrid, intends to compete on the Ladies European Tour (LET) Access Series to try to qualify for the LET before turning professional at the end of the year.

A shot further back on level par, England’s Hannah Burke tied for 17th place while earlier on the final day, Danish Ladies European Tour rookie Nanna Koertz Madsen equalled the course record of 65 and tied for 21st on one over par.

At three over par, Solheim Cup hopeful Caroline Hedwall tied for 28th with Russian Maria Balikoeva, while fellow Ladies European Tour star Charley Hull from England tied for 31st place. Next year, the 40th edition of the championship will be played on the Marquess’ Course at her home golf club of Woburn.

Round 3 - Boulden and Reid in contention heading into final round

August 01, 2015
Amy Boulden, R3 Ricoh Women's British Open 2015
Amy Boulden during the third round.

Britons Melissa Reid and Amy Boulden gave the home galleries reason to cheer with rounds of 69 and 68 respectively on day three of the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Turnberry.

The pair are now within striking distance of the third round co-leaders, Jin Young Ko from South Korea and Teresa Lu of Chinese Taipei, who sit at eight under par. Overnight leader Suzann Pettersen is one shot off the pace after a level par 72 with Mika Miyazato of Japan in fourth on six under.

Reid is four shots from the lead in a share of eighth place, while Boulden is tied for 10th on three under par. After starting with a double bogey followed by bogeys at the fourth and sixth, Reid recovered with birdies on the seventh and ninth before coming home in 31. She finished with an eagle on 17 where she hit a perfect 3-wood to 12 feet before making a birdie putt of 18 feet on the last hole.

“I’m not too far off. If I can just sort out the first few holes where I’ve been dropping shots then I’ve certainly got a chance,” said the 27-year-old from Derby, who claimed her fifth Ladies European Tour title in Turkey in May. “I feel like I’m putting really well and my swing feels good so I’m going to go out there tomorrow and give it my best shot.”

Boulden also has a chance after firing five birdies in the worst of the changeable conditions. Last year’s rookie of the year, Boulden hit approach shots to within two feet of the flag on the first and second holes, before getting up and down for another birdie at the long seventh. She then made birdie putts of 10 and 12 feet at the 10th and 11th holes before finishing with seven solid pars.

“It was tough out there and the wind was strong,” said the 21-year-old from Llandudno, who grew up playing links golf at Conwy Golf Club and Maesdu, where her father is the professional.

“Growing up at Conwy, definitely you get used to the wind and links golf. Especially playing as an amateur, we grew up playing links golf. I remember playing in the Helen Holm, I remember playing there at Troon and it was always bad weather, so it’s definitely helping me this week.

“In the British Open, you want it to blow, you want it to be tough conditions. You don’t want the top players going out and shooting seven under, you want to grind it out and that’s an advantage for me.”

Ko meanwhile has never previously played links golf. The 20-year-old, who has won four titles on the Korean LPGA, is making her first visit to Scotland and she picked up a local caddie earlier in the week. She estimated that Jeff Brighton, from Girvan, who advised to ‘enjoy,’ has saved her two shots a round. She didn’t expect to be in this position but has taken inspiration from Inbee Park and first round leader Hyo-Joo Kim who is a good friend.

Her third round of 69 matched that of Lu, another player surprised by her own performance. “I didn’t expect to play this well the first place. I just tried to play my game and hit the low shots,” said Lu, who has won several times in Japan.

The other Ko, world number two Lydia, lies in a share of fifth place and still has the opportunity to usurp Morgan Pressel as the youngest ever player to win a Major.

At five under par and three shots from the lead, she sits alongside Australian Minjee Lee and Park, the world number one from South Korea.

Round 2 - Pettersen takes lead heading into weekend

July 31, 2015
Suzann Pettersen, R2 Ricoh Women's British Open 2015

World number six Suzann Pettersen fired a second round of three under par 69 in a strong breeze at the Trump Turnberry Resort in Scotland on Friday morning to lead at the halfway stage of the Ricoh Women’s British Open.

At seven under par, the 34-year-old Norwegian ended the day two strokes clear of a group of players including world number two Lydia Ko, who played in driving wind and rain in the afternoon.

“They were very tough conditions; the ball is going nowhere,” said Pettersen. “Par is a very good score today. It’s easy to be picky but overall a very solid round of golf. There is more wind and it’s coming from the south, so when you make the turn, you hit the wall on 12. I think three under today is a very good score. I feel like I delivered my part today.”

Pettersen birdied the second and third and bogeyed the sixth but recovered by picking up another stroke on the seventh. After making the turn in 34, she birdied the par-5 17th to come back in one under 35.

“I felt I was in my hundred per cent control of the ball, the flight, the spin; everything you need to do in conditions like this. So this ranks pretty high as a good round of golf,” said a relaxed Pettersen, who is looking for her third major title after starting to work with coach Butch Harmon late last year.

The 15-time tournament winner has changed her swing in a quest to become “the best I can be… better than I am now.

“I’m a lot wider. I’m much shallower, which is why I hit it a lot further. Essentially, handshake, handshake. It’s super simple.”

She and Ko both prepared by playing in windy conditions at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at nearby Dundonald Links at the weekend, where Pettersen finished second and Ko, looking to become the youngest major champion in history, tied for fourth place.

Ko, 18, from New Zealand, said: “It was really difficult. The wind being strong is one thing; and it was definitely a totally different direction to what it was yesterday. So the course was kind of like playing a new course. But it was so tough. The wind was really strong when we were by the water so, you know, it was hard to keep it in the short stuff. So I made a couple bogeys because of that. Probably the craziest weather I had was on Monday when I was out there in rain and wind, but it was getting pretty close when we were on 11, 12. I tried to hide behind the signs and stay away.”

Sweden’s world number 11 Anna Nordqvist had a 72 to sit at three under par with fellow Europeans Melissa Reid from England (70) and Nicole Broch Larsen from Denmark (74) in a group on one under with the first round leader Hyo-Joo Kim (78).

Reid was one of a handful of players who posted a sub-par round along with Pettersen, Teresa Lu and Maria McBride (formerly Hjorth) who completed a 66 as heavy downpours lashed the course at 8.30pm.

Reid said: “It was just pretty brutal to be honest, the back nine especially. We had a long wait on 11. Managed to make a great up-and-down there. Made a great up-and-down on 12; that was almost unreachable today. Great up-and-down on 13. And I knew the 14th and 17th were quite birdieable, so as long as I kept my head and were making pars -- so that was kind of our game. So, yeah, played well. This afternoon -- this morning, they just had wind; whereas we had wind and rain.

“I think playing last week at Dundonald was awesome for us, because I would say it’s twice as hard, if not three times harder than here. So we were trying shots out last week that we knew we needed this week, so that really came in handy today.

“That course is definitely tougher, and I think with the wind on the last day, it was extremely tough. It helped playing in that today because we kind of gauged distances and we wanted to play certain shots that we played last week that we tested out, so that was good.”

McBride, who was playing to make the cut after an opening 79, said: “I think it’s one of the worst rounds I’ve ever played condition’s-wise. Probably the best I’ve ever played in my career. To shoot that score, knowing obviously that I had to shoot a good score to make the cut.

“Stayed away from the bunkers. There’s so many bunkers and you can’t do that on this course. I think that was what happened and I got a few good breaks, bounced over bunkers. Played par 5s pretty good. Started raining on the toughest holes on the course.

“Just hang in there, stay strong, and I made birdie on the two toughest holes today. Just confident all of the sudden and you really need to trust your shots out there today in this wind.

“The wind is obviously so strong right-to-left on 18; and pouring down, getting dark. I pulled it a little bit left and was lucky to stay out of the bunkers again. Hit a 5-iron for a second shot and pulled it again with the wind exaggerates everything. I said, you know, make sure I get it up on the green and 2-putt because we are going to make the cut. I just hit a great chip and it rolled in.”

Collated scores after round 2:

137 – Suzann Pettersen (NOR) 68 69
139 – So Yeon Ryu (KOR) 67 72, Jin Young Ko (KOR) 68 71, Teresa Lu (TPE) 68 71, Lydia Ko (NZL) 66 73
140 – Mika Miyazato (JPN) 68 72
141 – Minjee Lee (AUS) 69 72, Anna Nordqvist (SWE) 69 72
142 – Inbee Park (KOR) 69 73
143 – Melissa Reid (ENG) 73 70, Cristie Kerr (USA) 66 77, Christina Kim (USA) 71 72, Nicole Broch Larsen (DEN) 69 74, Hyo-Joo Kim (KOR) 65 78
144 – Yani Tseng (TPE) 72 72, Misuzu Narita (JPN) 69 75, Julieta Granada (PAR) 70 74, Sun Young Yoo (KOR) 71 73, Alison Walshe (USA) 70 74
145 – Shanshan Feng (CHN) 71 74, Amy Boulden (WAL) 71 74, Marianne Skarpnord (NOR) 71 74, Mi Hyang Lee (KOR) 70 75, Jenny Shin (KOR) 71 74, Maria Mcbride (SWE) 79 66, Jung Min Lee (KOR) 70 75, Gwladys Nocera (FRA) 70 75, Amy Yang (KOR) 69 76, Florentyna Parker (ENG) 68 77, Jennifer Song (USA) 71 74, Stacy Lewis (USA) 70 75
146 – Hannah Burke (ENG) 74 72, Maria Balikoeva (RUS) 73 73, Charley Hull (ENG) 73 73, Lexi Thompson (USA) 71 75, Azahara Munoz (ESP) 68 78, Ha-Na Jang (KOR) 71 75, Jaye Marie Green (USA) 72 74, Jane Park (USA) 72 74, Kelly Shon (USA) 70 76
147 – Tiffany Joh (USA) 72 75, Stacey Keating (AUS) 71 76, Caroline Hedwall (SWE) 73 74, Na Yeon Choi (KOR) 72 75, Candie Kung (TPE) 72 75, Luna Sobron (ESP) 70 77, Marina Alex (USA) 73 74, Angela Stanford (USA) 69 78
148 – Catriona Matthew (SCO) 71 77, Mina Harigae (USA) 72 76, Brooke Henderson (CAN) 73 75, Sandra Gal (GER) 74 74, Lizette Salas (USA) 72 76, Lee-Anne Pace (RSA) 75 73, Nanna Koerstz Madsen (DNK) 70 78, Wei Ling Hsu (TWN) 74 74, Xiyu Lin (CHN) 72 76, In Gee Chun (KOR) 72 76
149 – Nina Holleder (GER) 72 77, Danielle Kang (USA) 70 79, Carly Booth (SCO) 72 77, Sakura Yokomine (JPN) 72 77, Gerina Piller (USA) 70 79, Ashleigh Simon (RSA) 72 77, Ssu-Chia Cheng (TPE) 72 77, Alena Sharp (CAN) 72 77, Chella Choi (KOR) 72 77, Kyu-Jung Baek (KOR) 67 82, Holly Clyburn (ENG) 76 73, Brittany Lincicome (USA) 75 74, Austin Ernst (USA) 75 74, Su Oh (AUS) 77 72, Katie Burnett (USA) 68 81

Missed the cut:

150 – Kylie Walker (SCO) 74 76, Juli Inkster (USA) 70 80, Paula Creamer (USA) 71 79, Shiho Oyama (JPN) 68 82, Morgan Pressel (USA) 74 76, Jessica Korda (USA) 72 78, Sei Young Kim (KOR) 75 75, Georgia Hall (ENG) 74 76, Laura Davies (ENG) 72 78, Emily Kristine Pedersen (DNK) 73 77, Mo Martin (USA) 70 80
151 – Camilla Lennarth (SWE) 70 81, Kim Kaufman (USA) 71 80, Beth Allen (USA) 75 76, Marion Ricordeau (FRA) 76 75, Dewi Claire Schreefel (NED) 76 75, Mi Jung Hur (KOR) 73 78, Sophie Walker (ENG) 72 79, Moriya Jutanugarn (THA) 71 80, Ai Miyazato (JPN) 72 79
152 – Il Hee Lee (KOR) 76 76, Charlotte Ellis (ENG) 72 80, Celine Boutier (FRA) 76 76, Beatriz Recari (ESP) 69 83, Karine Icher (FRA) 74 78, Ursula Wikstrom (FIN) 72 80, Felicity Johnson (ENG) 72 80
153 – Jenny Suh (USA) 73 80, Eun-Hee Ji (KOR) 71 82, Kristen Gillman (USA) 74 79, Natalie Gulbis (USA) 73 80, Yumiko Yoshida (JPN) 71 82, Haru Nomura (JPN) 75 78, Hee Young Park (KOR) 74 79, Ayaka Watanabe (JPN) 72 81, Lucie Andre (FRA) 75 78
154 – Rebecca Artis (AUS) 72 82, Klara Spilkova (CZE) 69 85, Nicole Garcia (RSA) 76 78, Ariya Jutanugarn (THA) 78 76, Pornanong Phatlum (THA) 75 79, Pernilla Lindberg (SWE) 77 77
155 – Karrie Webb (AUS) 80 75, Sydnee Michaels (USA) 75 80, Rebecca Hudson (ENG) 79 76, Connie Jaffrey (SCO) 76 79
156 – Minea Blomqvist (FIN) 72 84, Vikki Laing (SCO) 74 82, Jade Schaeffer (FRA) 75 81, Stephanie Meadow (NIR) 74 82, Ritsuko Ryu (JPN) 73 83, Alison Lee (USA) 73 83, Kelly Tan (MYS) 73 83
157 – Jacqui Concolino (USA) 78 79, Mariajo Uribe (COL) 74 83, Carlota Ciganda (ESP) 74 83, Sally Watson (SCO) 80 77, Linnea Strom (SWE) 75 82, Caroline Masson (GER) 79 78, Pamela Pretswell (SCO) 76 81
158 – Brittany Lang (USA) 76 82, Meena Lee (KOR) 76 82
159 – Isabelle Boineau (FRA) 78 81
160 – Min Seo Kwak (KOR) 78 82
161 – Paula Reto (RSA) 79 82, Sarah Kemp (AUS) 79 82
162 – Titiya Plucksataporn (THA) 77 85
170 – Chiara Mertens (GER) 82 88

RTD – Anne-Lise Caudal, Patcharajutar Kongkraphan, Michelle Wie

Round 1 - Kim takes 1-shot opening lead in Scotland

July 30, 2015
Hyo-Joo Kim, R1 Ricoh Women's British Open 2015

South Korea’s Hyo-Joo Kim fired a seven under par 65 in fine conditions at the Trump Turnberry Resort on Thursday to grab a one stroke lead on her debut in the Ricoh Women’s British Open.

With five birdies and an eagle on the Ailsa Course, the world number four equalled the lowest first round in the championship, previously recorded by four players: Candie Kung at Turnberry in 2002, Karen Stupples at Sunningdale in 2004, Juli Inkster at Sunningdale in 2008 and Meena Lee at Carnoustie in 2011.

The highlight of Kim’s round was her eagle on the par-5 14th where she hit her second shot to within 10 inches of the cup on the hole where Morgan Pressel recorded an albatross using a 5-wood from 197 yards earlier in the morning.

“The last couple weeks, I couldn’t swing very well. But today I kept it in the fairway very well, and the second shots, hit the greens,” said Kim, 20, who shot the lowest round in Major history, a 10 under 61, on route to winning her first Major at the 2014 Evian Championship. Kim turned pro in 2012 and has 13 wins in professional tournaments across the women’s tours, including two as an amateur.

New Zealand’s Lydia Ko and Cristie Kerr of the USA are tied on six under par, with South Koreans Kyu-Jung Baek and So Yeon Ryu a stroke further behind.

England’s Florentyna Parker, Norwegian Suzann Pettersen and Azahara Munoz from Spain are the leading Europeans on four under par 68, tied for sixth place with five other players.Parker, who is a member at last year’s Ricoh Women’s British Open venue Royal Birkdale, was delighted with her round, containing four birdies, an eagle and two bogeys.

She said: “It was brilliant. After yesterday and on Monday I played a practice round and I thought, this is going to be so tough. I was so intimidated by the course and I kept saying to my friend, if I shoot under 80 today, I’m going to be thrilled. And then I was starting off, I was like, doing okay and kept it going.”

The two-time Ladies European Tour winner continued: “This is the first course I had never played as an amateur, as well. I was warming up on the PlayStation a bit playing it a bit and that helped.

“We were lucky. The front nine was quite windy or there was a little breeze and then like the last few holes, it was absolutely nothing. I think we had a good draw and it’s a tough course. The bunkers, if you’re in them, it’s like a shot gone.”

Two time Major champion Pettersen, who finished second in last week’s Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at nearby Dundonald Links, continued her solid play from the weekend.

The world number seven said: “I think on this course, if you can kind of get it through the 11th and then the wind is a little easier I think. And the finishing holes are a little bit easy the way the wind kind of came in today. I managed to finish strong. Hung in there on the front. Had a good start. Still, a couple of the par 5s, I didn’t birdie, which kind of feels like you have to do under conditions like today. I stayed patient. My game is in good shape, so excited to go out again tomorrow.”

In a group tied for 14th place on three under par 69 are Klara Spilkova from the Czech Republic, Denmark’s Nicole Broch Larsen, Beatriz Recari from Spain, Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist and current Ladies European Tour order of merit leader Gwladys Nocera from France.

Scores

Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 Inbee PARK 69 73 69 65 -12 276 € 425,256.00
2 Jin Young KO 68 71 69 71 -9 279 € 276,836.00
3 Lydia KO 66 73 72 69 -8 280 € 178,089.00
4 So Yeon RYU 67 72 73 68 -8 280 € 178,089.00
5 Suzann PETTERSEN 68 69 72 72 -7 281 € 125,042.00
6 Teresa LU 68 71 69 74 -6 282 € 102,307.00
7 Anna NORDQVIST 69 72 73 69 -5 283 € 80,330.40
8 Mika MIYAZATO 68 72 70 73 -5 283 € 80,330.40
9 Minjee LEE 69 72 70 73 -4 284 € 61,889.20
10 Melissa REID 73 70 69 72 -4 284 € 61,889.20
11 Amy BOULDEN 71 74 68 71 -4 284 € 61,889.20
12 Maria MCBRIDE 79 66 69 72 -2 286 € 53,046.00
13 Hyo-Joo KIM 65 78 73 71 -1 287 € 46,782.30
14 Cristie KERR 66 77 73 71 -1 287 € 46,782.30
15 Yani TSENG 72 72 72 71 -1 287 € 46,782.30
16 Luna SOBRON 70 77 71 69 -1 287
17 Stacy LEWIS 70 75 72 71 E 288 € 38,649.30
18 Lexi THOMPSON 71 75 70 72 E 288 € 38,649.30
19 Mi Hyang LEE 70 75 74 69 E 288 € 38,649.30
20 Hannah BURKE 74 72 71 71 E 288 € 38,649.30
21 Angela STANFORD 69 78 73 69 1 289 € 33,647.50
22 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN 70 78 76 65 1 289 € 33,647.50
23 Jung Min LEE 70 75 76 68 1 289 € 33,647.50
24 Shanshan FENG 71 74 76 69 2 290 € 29,518.10
25 Lee-Anne PACE 75 73 74 68 2 290 € 29,518.10
26 Nicole BROCH LARSEN 69 74 70 77 2 290 € 29,518.10
27 Sun Young YOO 71 73 74 72 2 290 € 29,518.10
28 Caroline HEDWALL 73 74 75 69 3 291 € 25,765.70
29 Jenny SHIN 71 74 76 70 3 291 € 25,765.70
30 Maria BALIKOEVA 73 73 75 70 3 291 € 25,765.70
31 Charley HULL 73 73 77 69 4 292 € 21,976.50
32 Ha-Na JANG 71 75 77 69 4 292 € 21,976.50
33 Jane PARK 72 74 72 74 4 292 € 21,976.50
34 Christina KIM 71 72 75 74 4 292 € 21,976.50
35 In Gee CHUN 72 76 71 73 4 292 € 21,976.50
36 Marina ALEX 73 74 76 70 5 293 € 17,191.90
37 Sandra GAL 74 74 76 69 5 293 € 17,191.90
38 Amy YANG 69 76 74 74 5 293 € 17,191.90
39 Gerina PILLER 70 79 76 68 5 293 € 17,191.90
40 Marianne SKARPNORD 71 74 73 75 5 293 € 17,191.90
41 Sakura YOKOMINE 72 77 73 71 5 293 € 17,191.90
42 Candie KUNG 72 75 70 76 5 293 € 17,191.90
43 Lizette SALAS 72 76 77 69 6 294 € 14,551.60
44 Julieta GRANADA 70 74 71 80 7 295 € 13,387.90
45 Gwladys NOCERA 70 75 74 76 7 295 € 13,387.90
46 Florentyna PARKER 68 77 74 76 7 295 € 13,387.90
47 Kyu-Jung BAEK 67 82 75 72 8 296 € 11,973.20
48 Jennifer SONG 71 74 76 75 8 296 € 11,973.20
49 Katie BURNETT 68 81 71 76 8 296 € 11,973.20
50 Azahara MUNOZ 68 78 79 72 9 297 € 10,180.00
51 Catriona MATTHEW 71 77 77 72 9 297 € 10,180.00
52 Brittany LINCICOME 75 74 77 71 9 297 € 10,180.00
53 Chella CHOI 72 77 75 73 9 297 € 10,180.00
54 Holly CLYBURN 76 73 75 73 9 297 € 10,180.00
55 Misuzu NARITA 69 75 76 77 9 297 € 10,180.00
56 Stacey KEATING 71 76 73 78 10 298 € 8,487.54
57 Austin ERNST 75 74 77 72 10 298 € 8,487.54
58 Danielle KANG 70 79 73 76 10 298 € 8,487.54
59 Alison WALSHE 70 74 72 82 10 298 € 8,487.54
60 Jaye Marie GREEN 72 74 78 74 10 298 € 8,487.54
61 Na Yeon CHOI 72 75 76 76 11 299 € 7,275.48
62 Xiyu LIN 72 76 74 77 11 299 € 7,275.48
63 Kelly SHON 70 76 74 79 11 299 € 7,275.48
64 Tiffany JOH 72 75 77 75 11 299 € 7,275.48
65 Brooke HENDERSON 73 75 79 72 11 299 € 7,275.48
66 Ssu-Chia CHENG 72 77 71 80 12 300 € 6,668.84
67 Alena SHARP 72 77 77 74 12 300 € 6,668.84
68 Ashleigh SIMON 72 77 76 75 12 300 € 6,668.84
69 Wei Ling HSU 74 74 77 76 13 301 € 6,289.33
70 Mina HARIGAE 72 76 80 73 13 301 € 6,289.33
71 Su OH 77 72 79 74 14 302 € 5,987.09
72 Nina HOLLEDER 72 77 76 77 14 302 € 5,987.09
73 Carly BOOTH 72 77 79 74 14 302 € 5,987.09
CUT
74 Mo MARTIN 70 80 6 150
75 Jessica KORDA 72 78 6 150
76 Laura DAVIES 72 78 6 150
77 Sei Young KIM 75 75 6 150
78 Morgan PRESSEL 74 76 6 150
79 Paula CREAMER 71 79 6 150
80 Emily Kristine PEDERSEN 73 77 6 150
81 Kylie WALKER 74 76 6 150
82 Juli INKSTER 70 80 6 150
83 Shiho OYAMA 68 82 6 150
84 Georgia HALL 74 76 6 150
85 Beth ALLEN 75 76 7 151
86 Marion RICORDEAU 76 75 7 151
87 Camilla LENNARTH 70 81 7 151
88 Moriya JUTANUGARN 71 80 7 151
89 Mi Jung HUR 73 78 7 151
90 Ai MIYAZATO 72 79 7 151
91 Kim KAUFMAN 71 80 7 151
92 Dewi Claire SCHREEFEL 76 75 7 151
93 Sophie WALKER 72 79 7 151
94 Celine BOUTIER 76 76 8 152
95 Karine ICHER 74 78 8 152
96 Beatriz RECARI 69 83 8 152
97 Il Hee LEE 76 76 8 152
98 Ursula WIKSTROM 72 80 8 152
99 Felicity JOHNSON 72 80 8 152
100 Charlotte ELLIS 72 80 8 152
101 Kristen GILLMAN 74 79 9 153
102 Eun-Hee JI 71 82 9 153
103 Lucie ANDRE 75 78 9 153
104 Hee Young PARK 74 79 9 153
105 Haru NOMURA 75 78 9 153
106 Ayaka WATANABE 72 81 9 153
107 Yumiko YOSHIDA 71 82 9 153
108 Natalie GULBIS 73 80 9 153
109 Jenny SUH 73 80 9 153
110 Ariya JUTANUGARN 78 76 10 154
111 Pornanong PHATLUM 75 79 10 154
112 Rebecca ARTIS 72 82 10 154
113 Nicole GARCIA 76 78 10 154
114 Pernilla LINDBERG 77 77 10 154
115 Klara SPILKOVA 69 85 10 154
116 Karrie WEBB 80 75 11 155
117 Sydnee MICHAELS 75 80 11 155
118 Connie JAFFREY 76 79 11 155
119 Rebecca HUDSON 79 76 11 155
120 Alison LEE 73 83 12 156
121 Stephanie MEADOW 74 82 12 156
122 Kelly TAN 73 83 12 156
123 Ritsuko RYU 73 83 12 156
124 Jade SCHAEFFER 75 81 12 156
125 Vikki LAING 74 82 12 156
126 Minea BLOMQVIST 72 84 12 156
127 Carlota CIGANDA 74 83 13 157
128 Caroline MASSON 79 78 13 157
129 Pamela PRETSWELL 76 81 13 157
130 Sally WATSON 80 77 13 157
131 Mariajo URIBE 74 83 13 157
132 Jacqui CONCOLINO 78 79 13 157
133 Linnea STROM 75 82 13 157
134 Brittany LANG 76 82 14 158
135 Meena LEE 76 82 14 158
136 Isabelle BOINEAU 78 81 15 159
137 Min Seo KWAK 78 82 16 160
138 Paula RETO 79 82 17 161
139 Sarah KEMP 79 82 17 161
140 Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN 77 85 18 162
141 Chiara MERTENS 82 88 26 170
142 Anne-Lise CAUDAL 80 8 80
143 Michelle WIE 76 61 14 137
144 Patcharajutar KONGKRAPHAN 76 73 14 149

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DATES:  July 30 - August 02
SITE:  The Trump Turnberry Resort, Turnberry
PRIZE MONEY: $3,000,000
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