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Round 4 - Ryu pips Park to World Championship post

March 15, 2015
So Yeon Ryu, 2015 World Ladies Championship

So Yeon Ryu came from a stroke behind fellow South Korean Inbee Park to capture her first World Ladies Championship title at Mission Hills Haikou in Hainan, China.

With rounds of 72, 73, 65 and 69 on the par-73 Blackstone Course, the world No.8 from Seoul ended on 13 under par, a stroke ahead of the overnight leader.

“I didn’t expect that I had a chance to win this tournament, because in the second and first rounds, I didn’t play really well,” Ryu said. “Fortunately I was able to shoot eight under in the third round so after that I was in contention.

“I’m really proud of myself, because it’s good to be back in contention and our group was exciting, with Inbee and Suzann. It was good to play with Inbee, my best friend on the tour. She is not number one right now, but I believe she is the true number one, so it was great to compete with her.”

World No.2 Park, the 2014 champion, had tied or held the outright lead after each of the first three rounds and began a hot and sunny final day with a one stroke advantage. That was extended to two when Ryu three putted on the first green and then three when Ryu double bogeyed the par-four seventh hole.

Having hit left from the tee into the treacherous black lava rocks, Ryu declared her ball unplayable and took a penalty drop onto an area full of stones. She then hit her third shot over a huge bed of tall tropical vegetation into a greenside bunker and after playing a terrific sand shot, her bogey putt from five feet just lipped out of the hole.

Undeterred, the 24-year-old quickly made three birdies in four holes from the ninth and was the outright leader after 12.

Park birdied the 16th to regain a share of the lead, before Ryu again edged ahead with a birdie on 17. Both faced similar birdie putts on the par-five 18th, but could not convert them and Ryu tapped in a two feet par putt for the win.

“I missed quite a few birdie putts but Inbee wasn’t able to make a lot and the pressure was a little less, which was helpful,” said Ryu, the 2011 US Women’s Open champion, who finished third at Mission Hills in 2014. “The winning putt, no matter how long it is, is always nervous. My hands were literally shaking.”

Park said: “It was a consistent day today but my putts wouldn’t drop into the hole. It was really just the putting that was the only problem and So Yeon played well. Even with the double bogey, she played really well and I’m really happy for her. If I didn’t win, I kind of hoped that she would win, so it’s kind of good that my best friend won the tournament and I’m ready to congratulate her.”

Norwegian Suzann Pettersen and China’s Xiyu Lin shot matching final rounds of 70 to share third place on 10 under par, with Finland’s Ursula Wikstrom in fifth, a stroke further behind.

Pettersen said: “My game is slowly getting there. A few silly mistakes is costing too much in competition with these girls but overall it’s been a good week and tremendous to be back here at Mission Hills.”

Lin said: “I really hit some good shots and made some tough putts. I made a 12 yard putt on the fourth hole and eight yards from off the green on 13. Unfortunately I missed two one and a half yards birdie putts on 18 and 12, but overall I played okay. This week I didn’t expect too much so I’m quite satisfied.”

For the second consecutive year, Ryu and Park were the runaway winners of the team event for pairs, representing South Korea. With an aggregate total of 559, they ended 15 strokes ahead of Norwegians Marianne Skarpnord and Pettersen.

For China’s rising star Lei Ye, who finished in 55th place to claim the leading amateur prize, the whole event was a learning experience.

The 13-year-old, who attends international school in Shanghai, said: “I played really well the first day and that gave me more room to make the cut. I’ve noticed from playing in professional tournaments that putting is my weakness. I hope to improve and turn professional someday.”

The next Ladies European Tour event is the Lalla Meryem Cup which takes place on 26-29 March in Agadir, Morocco.

Click here for full results: Individual - Team

Round 3 - Korean duo taking first 2 spots ahead of final day

March 14, 2015
Inbee Park, World Ladies Championship 2015

Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu will be playing together both as rivals and as teammates representing South Korea in the final round of the World Ladies Championship in China on Sunday.

This tournament is unique in professional golf in that it comprises three events in one: an individual professional competition, a team championship in which countries are represented by teams of two and an individual amateur tournament.

After three rounds on the Blackstone Course at Mission Hills Haikou, the defending champion Park holds a one stroke lead over compatriot Ryu in the individual stroke play competition.

Park fired a third round 71 to end on 10-under, ahead of Ryu, who moved into solo second with an eight under par 65.

With a combined score of 19-under-par, the second and eighth ranked golfers in the world, who won the team event together last year by a whopping 28 strokes, are also 15 strokes ahead of their nearest rivals in the team competition, ahead of the Norway and Chinese Taipei. Meanwhile, China’s Lei Ye has effectively won the amateur prize as the only non-professional to make the cut.

This is Park’s third appearance in the World Ladies Championship and she finished second in 2013. Despite leading or co-leading after each round this week, she has struggled a little by her own high standards and said: “It was a challenging day with the wind. I misjudged the wind quite a few times and ended up in the greenside bunker and wasn’t able to get up and down from there. I’m a little bit disappointed. I feel like I finished well, but the three putt on the last didn’t help. I have one more day to play and happy to be in the position where I am.”

Ryu finished third in 2014 and could be a real threat now that she has mastered the speed of the greens.

Ryu said: “The last two rounds I also played great but didn’t make a putt. Today I made a lot of great putts. Starting with a birdie and an eagle gave me good motivation to play a low score. Today I shot eight under and I’m really happy with what I did. Today a lot of the par fives were playing downwind so it was really easy to make it on in two shots. I think that’s why I made a lot of birdies.”

With a six under 67, the 2013 event champion Suzann Pettersen of Norway climbed into a tie for third place with the recent Sanya Ladies Open champion Xiyu Lin of China (73) and both are also in a strong position to contend, just three from the lead.

Lin said: “Today it was funny. I didn’t really get the right distances. I was always hitting 15 yards short or 15 yards long. It wasn’t my best day and my game wasn’t stable. Under par will be good tomorrow.”

Pettersen said: “This course sets up. You can go low round here. I’ve had three bogeys today and shot six under. It’s kind of an annoying finish to bogey 17 and not birdie 18. You’ve got to shoot low to win here, so hopefully conditions will be tough again tomorrow and I’ll go out there and fire as low as I can. I feel like I know this course, I’ve played here many times and feel like I know my way around.”

One stroke further back, Australian Rebecca Artis (69) shares fifth place with second round co-leader Holly Clyburn (74). Meanwhile first round co-leader Becky Morgan of Wales is tied for ninth on three under par.

Round 2 - Clyburn and Lin only 1 stroke behind leader Park

March 13, 2015
Holly Clyburn, World Ladies Championship 2015

England’s Holly Clyburn fired a second round of eight under par 65 on the Blackstone Course at Mission Hills Resort Haikou in Hainan, China, on Friday to get within one stroke of the defending champion Inbee Park of South Korea.

World No.2 Park leads on eight under par after successive opening rounds of 69, with Clyburn and China’s No.2 Xiyu Lin tied for second.

Welsh golfer Becky Morgan, who held a share of the lead with Park overnight, had a one over par 74 and slipped back into a three-way share of fourth place with Frenchwoman Alexandra Vilatte and Ladies European Tour rookie Jienalin Zhang of China.

The benign conditions on Friday morning were conducive to low scoring, with soft greens after overnight rainfall and high humidity. Clyburn made the most of her opportunity and fired nine birdies – including seven on the back nine – against a solo bogey, at the par-3 11th hole.

The winner of the New South Wales Open on the Australian Ladies’ Professional Golf tour on Sunday, Clyburn said: “I got a fast start with two birdies on the first two and then settled in and made a nice birdie on four and then played nicely for the last six holes on the front nine. I birdied the par fives when I needed to and played nicely on that back nine. My short game was fantastic today, my pitching especially. I laid up on most of the par fives and made myself have a nice birdie chance.”

The 24-year-old from Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire recorded her career low round of nine under par 64 in the third round of the 2014 World Ladies Championship on the same golf course, when she also reeled off nine birdies.

“I love coming back to Mission Hills. Last year was my first year and I really enjoyed it. I’m enjoying it even more this year,” she said. “Everything about it is laid back, you can do whatever you want. The golf course facilities are fantastic and you’ve got the spa, the gym and the hotel, which are second to none.”

Park, who played with Clyburn for the first two rounds, commented: “Holly played great today and she made a lot of putts. She hit a lot of shots close and it’s my first time playing with her.”

Park had six birdies and two bogeys in her own round of four under. The former World No.1 uncharacteristically struggled with her putting by her own lofty standards and said: “The last two days have been good and very consistent with my ball striking. I had a couple of bogeys every day and those are the mistakes that I can avoid the next two days. The speed of the greens wasn’t as good as last year and I hit a lot past the hole today so I’m going to try to have the speed right so I can make more putts tomorrow and the day after.

“Yesterday was the toughest day we’ve played here with the wind and heavy conditions. Today there were much better conditions so I thought I could post a better round. It was the same as yesterday, so I feel like I left a few out there but I still have two more days to play so it’s very exciting.”

The 2013 champion Pettersen, who played with Clyburn and Park for the first two days, fired a second round of one under par 72 to lie in a share of 10th position. She was seven shots off the pace going into the weekend, with the cut falling to 55 players and those tied on four over par.

The World Ladies Championship is unique in professional golf in that it comprises three events in one – an individual professional competition, a team championship in which countries are represented by teams of two, and an individual amateur tournament.

After a cut to the leading 10 teams for the first time in the four year history of the event, defending champions South Korea lead by three shots over the China A pair of Xiyu Lin and Wanyao Lu, with English pair Clyburn and Florentyna Parker in third, two shots behind China.

Only one of the five amateurs made the cut: China’s Lei Ye, 13, from Shanghai, who shares 47th place on four over par, just inside the cut line.

Round 1 - Park and Morgan tied for lead in China

Becky Morgan, World Ladies Championship in Mission Hills, China
March 12, 2015

Welsh golfer Becky Morgan is tied for the lead with the defending champion Inbee Park of South Korea after the opening round of the World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Resort Haikou in China.

With first rounds of four under par 69, the pair hold a two stroke lead over four other players. The leading Chinese player Xiyu Lin, South Korean Shin Ae Ahn and Thai duo Nontaya Srisawang and Pavarisa Yoktuan are all on two under par.

Morgan and Park made the most of the more favourable afternoon draw, playing under overcast skies in drizzly conditions after a wet and windy morning.

Morgan, who is still awaiting her first Ladies European Tour victory, was pleased with her game after making five birdies and one bogey on the Blackstone Course. She said: “I had a really good finish and birdied the last three holes, but I played really steady and hit some really good hybrids into the longer par fours and missed a couple of putts early on so all in all I was pretty happy.

“I three putted the par 3 15th and gave myself a talking to and birdied the last three. 16 is a short par four and you’ve got sand wedge going in, so that was a good way to get a birdie back and I holed a 12 feet putt. On 17 I hit a good shot to five feet and I was happy and on 18 they’ve moved the tee up so it’s very birdie-able.”

Five-time major champion Park was less impressed with her four birdies and two bogeys, despite an eagle on the par-5 18th.

She said: “I didn’t have as many opportunities as I would have liked as the iron shots were a bit off today and I only eagled one par five and had par on the others. They key to this golf course is making birdies on the par fives so if I can do that tomorrow I think it will be a great round.”

Park’s main rival, Norwegian World No.5 Suzann Pettersen, who won the 2013 event and finished second in 2014, opened with a level par 73 to share 14th place.

She said: “I played pretty good. Just, gosh, way too many putts. You’ve got to hit these putts so firm and hard to get it to the hole and I didn’t seem to pick that up at all through the round so a little bit of work to do, but overall decent. I’m playing okay, just not executing when I have a chance.”

The World Ladies Championship is unique in golf in that three titles are contested simultaneously in one event, with an individual professional stroke play, amateur and professional team aggregate prize, for the leading pair representing their country.

In the team competition, South Korean pair Park and So Yeon Ryu set the pace with their combined score of five under par to lead by three over the China A team of Xiyu Lin and Weiyao Lu and Thai pair Srisawang and Yoktuan.

In a share of seventh place on one under par, China’s Lei Ye holds a two stroke lead in the amateur race over compatriot Xiang Sui.

Scores

Individual Results

See below for team results

Pos Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize
1 So Yeon RYU 72 73 65 69 -13 279 € 70,881.15
2 Inbee PARK 69 69 71 71 -12 280 € 47,962.91
3 Suzann PETTERSEN 73 72 67 70 -10 282 € 29,297.54
3 Xiyu LIN 71 68 73 70 -10 282 € 29,297.54
5 Ursula WIKSTROM 74 72 68 69 -9 283 € 20,035.74
6 Pamela PRETSWELL 73 72 69 71 -7 285 € 16,538.94
7 Shin-Ae AHN 71 74 71 70 -6 286 € 14,176.23
8 Rebecca ARTIS 72 72 69 74 -5 287 € 11,813.53
9 Holly CLYBURN 74 65 74 75 -4 288 € 10,584.92
10 Yu-Ling HSIEH 75 74 71 71 -1 291 € 9,545.33
11 Marianne SKARPNORD 77 73 72 70 E 292 € 8,379.73
11 Becky MORGAN 69 74 73 76 E 292 € 8,379.73
11 Pei-Yun CHIEN 74 72 70 76 E 292 € 8,379.73
14 Nontaya SRISAWANG 71 73 73 76 1 293 € 7,324.39
14 Melissa REID 73 74 71 75 1 293 € 7,324.39
14 Marion RICORDEAU 76 73 72 72 1 293 € 7,324.39
17 Nicole BROCH LARSEN 74 70 77 73 2 294 € 6,454.91
17 Valentine DERREY 75 72 72 75 2 294 € 6,454.91
17 Vikki LAING 75 72 75 72 2 294 € 6,454.91
17 Caroline MARTENS 75 74 71 74 2 294 € 6,454.91
17 Ssu-Chia CHENG 73 73 72 76 2 294 € 6,454.91
22 Jing YAN 77 73 70 75 3 295 € 5,386.97
22 Trish JOHNSON 72 74 74 75 3 295 € 5,386.97
22 Isabelle BOINEAU 77 72 72 74 3 295 € 5,386.97
22 Linda WESSBERG 72 73 73 77 3 295 € 5,386.97
22 Panpan YAN 75 70 78 72 3 295 € 5,386.97
22 Yuting SHI 74 76 76 69 3 295 € 5,386.97
22 Wei Wei ZHANG 79 68 74 74 3 295 € 5,386.97
29 Klara SPILKOVA 75 74 71 76 4 296 € 4,607.27
29 Ann-Kathrin LINDNER 77 71 74 74 4 296 € 4,607.27
29 Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN 73 75 76 72 4 296 € 4,607.27
29 Tzu-Chi LIN 74 72 78 72 4 296 € 4,607.27
33 Jienalin ZHANG 74 69 82 72 5 297 € 3,898.46
33 Sophie WALKER 74 75 75 73 5 297 € 3,898.46
33 Alexandra VILATTE 72 71 79 75 5 297 € 3,898.46
33 Cathryn BRISTOW 73 75 77 72 5 297 € 3,898.46
33 Jade SCHAEFFER 73 75 72 77 5 297 € 3,898.46
33 Michelle KOH 77 72 72 76 5 297 € 3,898.46
39 Wichanee MEECHAI 77 73 73 75 6 298 € 3,331.41
39 Wanyao LU 73 74 76 75 6 298 € 3,331.41
41 Amy BOULDEN 78 71 75 75 7 299 € 3,024.26
41 Ye-Na CHUNG 76 73 74 76 7 299 € 3,024.26
41 Cai Zhu GUO 74 72 76 77 7 299 € 3,024.26
41 Hye In YEOM 77 73 75 74 7 299 € 3,024.26
41 Ziqi YE 79 71 75 74 7 299 € 3,024.26
46 Pavarisa YOKTUAN 71 77 75 77 8 300 € 2,882.50
47 Mireia PRAT 73 76 77 75 9 301 € 2,811.62
47 Malene JORGENSEN 74 75 76 76 9 301 € 2,811.62
49 Florentyna PARKER 74 75 74 79 10 302 € 2,717.11
49 Sophie GIQUEL-BETTAN 75 74 76 77 10 302 € 2,717.11
51 Yu Yang ZHANG 72 75 82 74 11 303 € 2,598.98
52 Patricia SANZ BARRIO 73 77 77 77 12 304 € 2,409.96
52 Krista BAKKER 77 73 74 80 12 304 € 2,409.96
52 Carin KOCH 75 73 81 75 12 304 € 2,409.96
The Cut
55 Lei YE 72 78 79 76 13 305
56 Eleanor GIVENS 75 76 5 151
56 Yan-Hong PAN 74 77 5 151
56 Babe LIU 80 71 5 151
59 Bree ARTHUR 79 73 6 152
59 Maria BALIKOEVA 78 74 6 152
61 Ajira NUALRAKSA 81 72 7 153
61 Caroline AFONSO 74 79 7 153
61 Christine WOLF 77 76 7 153
61 Fabienne IN-ALBON 76 77 7 153
61 Felicity JOHNSON 74 79 7 153
61 Kelsey MACDONALD 78 75 7 153
61 Saraporn CHAMCHOI 79 74 7 153
61 Su OH 79 74 7 153
61 Ji Hae JANG 78 75 7 153
61 Qi TIAN 75 78 7 153
71 Camilla LENNARTH 77 77 8 154
71 So-Young JANG 80 74 8 154
71 Connie CHEN 79 75 8 154
71 Chloe LEURQUIN 77 77 8 154
71 Xiang SUI 74 80 8 154
71 Yu LIU 74 80 8 154
77 Hannah BURKE 78 77 9 155
77 Sophie SANDOLO 81 74 9 155
77 Gwladys NOCERA 76 79 9 155
77 Becky BREWERTON 78 77 9 155
77 Stefania CROCE 74 81 9 155
77 Pimpadsorn SANGKAGARO 82 73 9 155
83 Heather MACRAE 77 79 10 156
83 Leigh WHITTAKER 79 77 10 156
83 Pennapa PULSAWATH 78 78 10 156
83 Meng-Chu CHEN 81 75 10 156
87 Holly AITCHISON 80 77 11 157
87 Whitney HILLIER 76 81 11 157
87 Karolin LAMPERT 80 77 11 157
87 Bomi SUH 77 80 11 157
91 Beth ALLEN 78 80 12 158
91 Sally WATSON 80 78 12 158
91 Kylie WALKER 78 80 12 158
94 Noora TAMMINEN 75 77 74 79 13 305
94 Stephanie NA 80 79 13 159
94 Zi LI 76 83 13 159
97 Stacy Lee BREGMAN 77 83 14 160
97 Wannasiri SIRISAMPANT 80 80 14 160
99 Hsuan-Ping CHANG 81 80 15 161
99 Steffi KIRCHMAYR 83 78 15 161
99 Sophie GUSTAFSON 80 81 15 161
99 Liz YOUNG 80 81 15 161
99 Kusuma MEECHAI 85 76 15 161
99 Carly BOOTH 81 80 15 161
105 Chantelle CASSIDY 82 81 17 163
106 Dan Ting CAI 84 83 21 167
107 Nina HOLLEDER 82 9 82
Team Results - Aggregate Competition
Korea
R1: 141 > R2: 142 > R3: 136 > R4: 140 > TOTAL: 559
So Yeon RYU > R1: 72 > R2: 73 > R3: 65 > R4: 69 > Total: 279
Inbee PARK > R1: 69 > R2: 69 > R3: 71 > R4: 71 > Total: 280
Norway
R1: 150 > R2: 145 > R3: 139 > R4: 140 > TOTAL: 574
Suzann PETTERSEN > R1: 73 > R2: 72 > R3: 67 > R4: 70 > Total: 282
Marianne SKARPNORD > R1: 77 > R2: 73 > R3: 72 > R4: 70 > Total: 292
China
R1: 144 > R2: 142 > R3: 149 > R4: 145 > TOTAL: 580
Xiyu LIN > R1: 71 > R2: 68 > R3: 73 > R4: 70 > Total: 282
Wanyao LU > R1: 73 > R2: 74 > R3: 76 > R4: 75 > Total: 298
Chinese Taipei
R1: 147 > R2: 145 > R3: 142 > R4: 152 > TOTAL: 586
Pei-Yun CHIEN > R1: 74 > R2: 72 > R3: 70 > R4: 76 > Total: 292
Ssu-Chia CHENG > R1: 73 > R2: 73 > R3: 72 > R4: 76 > Total: 294
Finland
R1: 149 > R2: 149 > R3: 142 > R4: 148 > TOTAL: 588
Ursula WIKSTROM > R1: 74 > R2: 72 > R3: 68 > R4: 69 > Total: 283
Noora TAMMINEN > R1: 75 > R2: 77 > R3: 74 > R4: 79 > Total: 305
Thailand
R1: 144 > R2: 148 > R3: 149 > R4: 148 > TOTAL: 589
Nontaya SRISAWANG > R1: 71 > R2: 73 > R3: 73 > R4: 76 > Total: 293
Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN > R1: 73 > R2: 75 > R3: 76 > R4: 72 > Total: 296
England
R1: 148 > R2: 140 > R3: 148 > R4: 154 > TOTAL: 590
Holly CLYBURN > R1: 74 > R2: 65 > R3: 74 > R4: 75 > Total: 288
Florentyna PARKER > R1: 74 > R2: 75 > R3: 74 > R4: 79 > Total: 302
Wales
R1: 147 > R2: 145 > R3: 148 > R4: 151 > TOTAL: 591
Becky MORGAN > R1: 69 > R2: 74 > R3: 73 > R4: 76 > Total: 292
Amy BOULDEN > R1: 78 > R2: 71 > R3: 75 > R4: 75 > Total: 299
Denmark
R1: 148 > R2: 145 > R3: 153 > R4: 149 > TOTAL: 595
Nicole BROCH LARSEN > R1: 74 > R2: 70 > R3: 77 > R4: 73 > Total: 294
Malene JORGENSEN > R1: 74 > R2: 75 > R3: 76 > R4: 76 > Total: 301
China II
R1: 153 > R2: 140 > R3: 157 > R4: 146 > TOTAL: 596
Jienalin ZHANG > R1: 74 > R2: 69 > R3: 82 > R4: 72 > Total: 297
Ziqi YE > R1: 79 > R2: 71 > R3: 75 > R4: 74 > Total: 299

Preview

DATES: March 12-15
SITE: Mission Hills, Hainan, China
COURSE ARCHITECT: Schmidt-Curley Design
PAR: 73
YARDAGE: 7808
PRIZE MONEY: € 370,370
WINNER: So Yeon Ryu KOR
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The World Ladies Championship starts at Mission Hills on Thursday, 12 March. What makes the tournament special?

Here are three reasons to follow the action:

1 – Unique 3 in 1 Tournament

This tournament is unique in professional golf in that it comprises three events in one – an individual professional competition, a team championship in which countries are represented by teams of two, and an individual amateur tournament.

From the world’s top players to the emerging stars of the Mission Hills Junior programmes, it is designed to showcase women’s golf to the world.

2 – World Class Players

Among the leading players taking part this week are the defending champion and world No.2 Inbee Park from South Korea, the 2013 champion and world No.5 Suzann Pettersen and world No.8 So Yeon Ryu as well as China’s No.2 Xi Yu Lin. With such big names in action, the play is certain to be competitive from the very first tee-off.

The amateurs include China’s Dan Ting Cai, Qi Tian, Chiang Sui and Lei Yi and Chantelle Cassidy from New Zealand.

3 – The World’s Largest Spa

The five-star Mission Hills Resort Haikou is an integrated leisure resort and is the only golf facility in China constructed on beds of volcanic rock. It offers an array of spa, mineral springs, sports, recreation, entertainment, shopping and dining facilities to meet the needs of the most discerning traveller.

In 2012, it was formally accredited as the World’s Largest Spa by the Guinness World Records. The fourth edition of the tournament will be played on the resort’s signature par-73 Blackstone Course, surrounded by beautiful lush vegetation and black lava rock.

Inbee Park, Suzann Pettersen, So Yeon Ryu, Xi Yu Lin and Mr Tenniel Chu on Haikouís iconic Century Bridge
Inbee Park, Suzann Pettersen, So Yeon Ryu, Xi Yu Lin and Mr Tenniel Chu on Haikouís iconic Century Bridge.




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