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Final Qualifying Tournament Results 2006

Choi, Kim share medalist honors at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
Fifteen players earn exempt status for 2007

Hye Jung Choi and In-Kyung Kim shared medalist honors at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament on Sunday as they finished atop the leaderboard at 13-under-par 347.

Choi (67-70-75-68-67) carded six birdies on Sunday to post a final-round 67 and share medalist honors with Kim. Choi had a quiet front nine as she birdied the second hole, but bogeyed 7 to make the turn at even-par for the day. Choi heated up on the back nine with three straight birdies on 10 through 12 to move to 11-under for the tournament. She went on to finish her back nine just as strong as she started with back-to-back birdies on 17 and 18 to finish at 13-under.

“I didn't sleep last night. I just wanted to keep practicing and keep going,” Choi said. “I did a lot of studying and learned how to best play (last year on the Duramed Futures Tour).”

Kim (67-73-68-66-73), who began the day with a six-shot lead, shot 1-over-par 73 in the final round to finish at 13-under for the tournament.

“I am happy now, I wasn't before. I played with everything today,” Kim said, who turned professional following Sunday's final round. “I had good shots. I had a few mistakes, but otherwise, I played great.”

The 18-year-old made three bogeys to go along with two birdies on Sunday. Kim started the day with a bogey on her first hole, a bogey on 7 and a birdie on 9 to make the turn at 13-under. On the back nine, Kim bogeyed 12, but made a birdie on 16 to share medalist honors.

“I just want to play tournaments. This year, I didn't play many tournaments, so I just want to get out there and have fun and learn and make some friends,” she said.

After beginning the final round with two bogeys, 22-year-old Maru Martinez made seven birdies to card a final-round 68 to finish in third place at 10-under-par 350 (70-69-73-70-68).

“I started really nervous and I think I had so much energy I couldn't control, but then I calmed down and everything felt fine,” Martinez said. “I could definitely play my game today. I had great shots into the greens and I putted well. All the work I've done in the past two months really came together today.”

2006 LPGA Tour rookie Kim Hall finished fourth at 7-under (70-69-73-72-69=353), while fellow Tour member Clarissa Childs (70-68-73-73-71) and 18-year-old Angela Park (70-67-71-74-73) both tied for fifth at 5-under-par 355.

Four players tied for 12th place at 359 (-1) to round out the final 15 exempt cards for the 2007 LPGA Tour season: Aram Cho, Erica Blasberg, Ashley Hoagland and Paige Mackenzie. Forty-one players earned conditional status for next season.

The 90-hole tournament was staged at LPGA International on the Champions and Legends courses, with golfers playing each twice before Saturday's cut to the top-70 and ties. Players were repaired for the third and fourth rounds based on the course they started on in the first round.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the Final LPGA Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional advanced to the final stage and join 58 current LPGA Tour members who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2007. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2006 Duramed Futures Tour money list. The top-five finishers on the Duramed Futures Tour money list automatically received their exempt card for 2007: Song-Hee Kim, Charlotte Mayorkas, In-Bee Park, Kristy McPherson and Meaghan Francella.

Consistent with the LPGA's history as being a true World Tour, the 137-player field featured 54 international players from 21 countries outside the United States, as well as one player from Puerto Rico. South Korea was represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Canada (7), Sweden (5), Australia (4), England (2), France (2), Mexico (2), Scotland (2) and Taiwan (2). Remaining countries were Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, India, Ireland, Paraguay, South Africa, Spain, Thailand and Venezuela with one player each.

Twenty-nine states were represented in the field, with California leading the way with 17 entrants, followed by Florida with 12. Texas had five representatives, while Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina and Ohio each had four. Minnesota, New York and Illinois each had three players in the field.

 

2006 LPGA FINAL QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT
Daytona Beach, FL
Sunday, 3 December, 2006
Final Round Summary

Pos Name Scores Total   Earnings  
1 Hye Jung Choi 67-70-75-68-67 347 -13 $6,000  
  ^In-Kyung Kim 67-73-68-66-73 347 -13 $0 (^denotes amateur)
3 Maru Martinez 70-69-73-70-68 350 -10 $5,000  
4 Kimberly Hall 70-69-73-72-69 353 -7 $4,750  
5 Clarissa Childs 70-68-73-73-71 355 -5 $4,375  
  Angela Park 70-67-71-74-73 355 -5 $4,375  
7 Carri Wood 72-70-73-67-74 356 -4 $4,050  
  Katherine Hull 71-70-72-69-74 356 -4 $4,050  
9 ^Ji-Young Oh 73-70-75-68-71 357 -3 $0 (^denotes amateur)
10 Sarah Lynn Johnston 72-73-72-71-70 358 -2 $3,250  
  Irene Cho 68-72-72-73-73 358 -2 $3,250  
12 Aram Cho 71-71-73-74-70 359 -1 $1,975  
  Erica Blasberg 68-75-71-72-73 359 -1 $1,975  
  Ashley Hoagland 70-69-71-75-74 359 -1 $1,975  
  Paige Mackenzie 68-74-68-72-77 359 -1 $1,975  
Non-exempt status (Conditional)
* Teresa Lu 69-76-78-69-68 360 E $1,500  
1 Jeanne Cho 71-72-72-74-71 360 E $1,500  
2 Sophie Giquel 73-74-75-70-69 361 +1
3 Danielle Downey 72-68-77-74-70 361 +1
4 Na On Min 71-71-77-71-71 361 +1
5 Jane Park 71-73-75-70-72 361 +1
6 Jin Young Pak 72-69-76-71-73 361 +1
7 Linda Wessberg 72-72-71-71-75 361 +1
8 Lisa Fernandes 72-71-81-69-69 362 +2
9 Sarah Huarte 73-76-75-68-70 362 +2
10 Cecilia Ekelundh 72-75-69-74-72 362 +2
11 Angela Jerman 70-73-76-70-73 362 +2
12 Meredith Ward 72-77-72-72-70 363 +3
13 Mollie Fankhauser 72-76-73-71-71 363 +3
14 Natalie Tucker 72-68-77-74-72 363 +3
15 Simi Mehra 73-72-70-75-73 363 +3
* Maggie Will 72-74-74-69-74 363 +3
16 Lee-Anne Pace 70-76-71-72-74 363 +3
17 Eun-Hee Ji 72-72-74-76-70 364 +4
18 Hyun-Hee Moon 70-77-75-70-72 364 +4
19 Cindy Pasechnik 76-70-75-70-73 364 +4
20 ++Susie Redman 2006 Medical Extension    
* Jenna Daniels 71-74-74-72-73 364 +4
21 Kelly Cap 73-73-72-73-73 364 +4
22 Jennifer Gleason 71-72-72-76-73 364 +4
23 Beth Allen 73-71-74-72-74 364 +4
24 Diane Irvin 71-71-75-73-74 364 +4
* Meredith Duncan 70-74-72-72-76 364 +4
25 Louise Stahle 71-78-75-69-72 365 +5
26 Nicole Jeray 72-73-73-76-72 366 +6
27 Kristina Tucker 73-76-71-73-73 366 +6
28 Kristen Samp 73-71-74-75-73 366 +6
29 Yeon Joo Lee 72-74-72-74-74 366 +6
30 Kim Brozer 74-72-73-72-75 366 +6
31 Lisa Ferrero 69-77-71-74-75 366 +6
32 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 73-71-71-72-79 366 +6
33 LeAnna Wicks 74-75-75-69-74 367 +7
34 Celeste Troche 72-74-73-74-74 367 +7
35 Sophia Sheridan 73-71-74-76-74 368 +8
36 Becky Lucidi 77-77-67-72-75 368 +8
37 Ashley Prange 69-76-73-75-75 368 +8
38 Hae-Jung Kim 72-75-75-70-76 368 +8
39 Su A Kim 73-73-72-74-76 368 +8
40 Hana Kim 74-73-72-72-77 368 +8
41 Seo-Jae Lee 73-75-69-74-77 368 +8
Cutoff for non-exempt status
  Carolina Llano 75-74-72-74-74 369 +9
  Joanne Mills 74-73-74-74-74 369 +9
  Jimin Jeong 76-73-73-72-75 369 +9
  *Adrienne Millican 70-72-72-77-78 369 +9
  Ha-Na Chae 76-74-74-71-75 370 +10
  Stephanie Louden 73-76-74-72-75 370 +10
  Tina Miller 73-74-71-77-75 370 +10
  Charlotta Sorenstam 76-70-74-73-77 370 +10
  Naree Song 74-78-72-70-77 371 +11
  Isabelle Beisiegel 75-74-75-70-77 371 +11
  Ashli Bunch 75-74-71-74-77 371 +11
  Brooke Tull 76-73-73-71-78 371 +11
  Allison Fouch 72-73-73-74-79 371 +11
  Rebecca Coakley 71-76-72-76-77 372 +12
  Annie Young 74-70-77-73-78 372 +12
  Courtney Erdman 75-75-71-73-81 375 +15

Code:
* Player already has higher non-exempt status
++ 2006 Medical Extension

 

Kim extends lead to six strokes at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
75 players make cut at 7-over-par 295

Seventy-five players remain to compete in the final round of the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament at LPGA International. Jumping out to a commanding lead is amateur In-Kyung Kim, whose 6-under-par 66 (67-73-68-66=274, -14) gives her a six-stroke cushion ahead of Hye Jung Choi (67-70-75-68=280, -8).

For Sunday's final round, the 136-player field was reduced to 75 players firing 7-over-par 295 or better. Competition will continue at LPGA International with all contestants on the Legends course. The top 15 players will earn exempt status for the 2007 LPGA Tour, while the next 35 and ties will earn non-exempt status. Any ties for the 15 exempt cards will be broken by a three-hole playoff, in which scores are cumulative. Ties after three holes will continue in a sudden-death playoff format.

Kim played Saturday's round on the Champions course, where she previously posted a 1-over-par 73 during Thursday's second round. Kim carded one bogey on Saturday on the par-5, 13th hole after a three putt from 15 feet. Seven birdies, though, gave Kim the field-low score for either course.

“I focused on every shot, hole by hole, and not think about the cut and try to do my best,” said Kim, who had a perfect 18 greens in regulation against 30 putts. “I just played my game.”

She started hot with a birdie on the first hole and, by the turn, had carded three more birdies on holes five, seven and eight for a 4-under-par 32. She picked up where she left off with a birdie on 10 followed by consecutive birdies on 14 and 15 after her bogey.

In November, Kim won the Duramed Futures Tour qualifying tournament, but chose to remain an amateur through this week.

“I want my first professional tournament to be an LPGA tournament,” she said after carding her lowest score of the season—she already owns a 64, which she shot as a 14-year-old.

Although she has one year of Tour membership to her credit, Hye Jung Choi was only able to play in three events and returned to the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to retain her card. She is the sole golfer in second place at 280 (-8) and two strokes ahead of five players tied for third. Choi was bogey-free with four birdies on holes eight, 12, 13 and 18, which were aided by just 27 putts.

“Yesterday, I was nervous. I tried too hard and pushed too hard,” said Choi, who held non-exempt status on Tour in 2006, but has stayed near the top of the leaderboard at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. “Last year, I didn't know how to play safe and went for every pin. This year I know how to play, hit the greens.”

Earlier in the day, Tina Miller carded the tournament's first hole-in-one. She played the Legends course and found herself between clubs while standing on the tee of the par-3, 130-yard third hole.

“I had a knock-down 7-iron, aimed left of hole and it faded right at it,” said Miller, who competed in 15 events on the Duramed Futures Tour in 2006, as well as in the 2005 U.S. Women's Open and Wendy's Championship for Children. “The ball landed right behind it (the flagstick) and rolled back into the hole. I've only had one other on a par-4 in member-guest tournament.

Miller ended the day with a 5-over-par 77, but had carded a 73-74-71 during the first three rounds to make the cut at 7-over-par 295.

The 90-hole tournament has been staged at LPGA International on the Champions and Legends courses, playing each twice before Saturday's cut to the top-70 and ties. Players were repaired for the third and fourth rounds based on the course they started on in the first round.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the Final LPGA Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional advanced to the final stage and join 58 current LPGA Tour members who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2007. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2006 Duramed Futures Tour money list. The top-five finishers on the Duramed Futures Tour money list automatically received their exempt card for 2007: Song-Hee Kim, Charlotte Mayorkas, In-Bee Park, Kristy McPherson and Meaghan Francella.

Consistent with the LPGA's history as being a true World Tour, the 137-player field features 54 international players from 21 countries outside the United States, as well as one player from Puerto Rico. South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Canada (7), Sweden (5), Australia (4), England (2), France (2), Mexico (2), Scotland (2) and Taiwan (2). The remaining countries are Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, India, Ireland, Paraguay, South Africa, Spain, Thailand and Venezuela with one player each.

There is no shortage of homegrown talent either. Twenty-nine states are represented in the final qualifying tournament, with California leading the way with 17 entrants, followed by Florida with 12. Texas has five representatives, while Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina and Ohio each has four. Minnesota, New York and Illinois each have three players in the field.

 

Pos Name Scores Total
Round 4 Summary
2006 LPGA FINAL QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT DAYTONA BEACH FL
Saturday, 2 December, 2006

1 *In-Kyung Kim 67-73-68-66 274 -14
2 Hye Jung Choi 67-70-75-68 280 -8
3 Carrie Wood 72-70-73-67 282 -6
Katherine Hull 71-70-72-69 282 -6
Maru Martinez 70-69-73-70 282 -6
Paige MacKenzie 68-74-68-72 282 -6
Angela Park 70-67-71-74 282 -6
8 Kimberly Hall 70-69-73-72 284 -4
Clarissa Childs 70-68-73-73 284 -4
10 Irene Cho 68-72-72-73 285 -3
Ashley Hoagland 70-69-71-75 285 -3
12 *Ji-Young Oh 73-70-75-68 286 -2
Linda Wessberg 72-72-71-71 286 -2
Erica Blasberg 68-75-71-72 286 -2
15 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 73-71-71-72 287 -1
16 Sarah Lynn Johnston 72-73-72-71 288 E
Jin Young Pak 72-69-76-71 288 E
Meredith Duncan 70-74-72-72 288 E
19 Maggie Will 72-74-74-69 289 +1
Jane Park 71-73-75-70 289 +1
Angela Jerman 70-73-76-70 289 +1
Lee-Anne Pace 70-76-71-72 289 +1
Jeanne Cho 71-72-72-74 289 +1
Aram Cho 71-71-73-74 289 +1
25 Na On Min 71-71-77-71 290 +2
Beth Allen 73-71-74-72 290 +2
Diane Irvin 71-71-75-73 290 +2
Cecilia Ekelundh 72-75-69-74 290 +2
Simi Mehra 73-72-70-75 290 +2
30 Cindy Pasechnik 76-70-75-70 291 +3
Hana Kim 74-73-72-72 291 +3
Kim Brozer 74-72-73-72 291 +3
Jenna Daniels 71-74-74-72 291 +3
Kelly Cap 73-73-72-73 291 +3
Seo-Jae Lee 73-75-69-74 291 +3
Lisa Ferrero 69-77-71-74 291 +3
Danielle Downey 72-68-77-74 291 +3
Natalie Tucker 72-68-77-74 291 +3
Jennifer Gleason 71-72-72-76 291 +3
*Adrienne Millican 70-72-72-77 291 +3
41 Sarah Huarte 73-76-75-68 292 +4
Teresa Lu 69-76-78-69 292 +4
Sophie Giquel 73-74-75-70 292 +4
Hae-Jung Kim 72-75-75-70 292 +4
Hyun-Hee Moon 70-77-75-70 292 +4
Mollie Fankhauser 72-76-73-71 292 +4
Su A Kim 73-73-72-74 292 +4
Yeon Joo Lee 72-74-72-74 292 +4
Allison Fouch 72-73-73-74 292 +4
50 LeAnna Wicks 74-75-75-69 293 +5
Louise Stahle 71-78-75-69 293 +5
Lisa Fernandes 72-71-81-69 293 +5
Brooke Tull 76-73-73-71 293 +5
Becky Lucidi 77-77-67-72 293 +5
Meredith Ward 72-77-72-72 293 +5
Kristina Tucker 73-76-71-73 293 +5
Charlotta Sorenstam 76-70-74-73 293 +5
Celeste Troche 72-74-73-74 293 +5
Ashley Prange 69-76-73-75 293 +5
Kristen Samp 73-71-74-75 293 +5
61 Naree Song 74-78-72-70 294 +6
Isabelle Beisiegel 75-74-75-70 294 +6
Jimin Jeong 76-73-73-72 294 +6
Courtney Erdman 75-75-71-73 294 +6
Annie Young 74-70-77-73 294 +6
Ashli Bunch 75-74-71-74 294 +6
Nicole Jeray 72-73-73-76 294 +6
Sophia Sheridan 73-71-74-76 294 +6
Eun-Hee Ji 72-72-74-76 294 +6
70 Ha-Na Chae 76-74-74-71 295 +7
Stephanie Louden 73-76-74-72 295 +7
Carolina Llano 75-74-72-74 295 +7
Joanne Mills 74-73-74-74 295 +7
Rebecca Coakley 71-76-72-76 295 +7
Tina Miller 73-74-71-77 295 +7

CUT Vikki Laing 78-75-75-68 296 +8
Brandi Jackson 76-80-71-69 296 +8
Hwanhee Lee 72-75-78-71 296 +8
Paula Marti 75-73-76-72 296 +8
Adrienne Gautreaux 74-77-72-73 296 +8
Jean Bartholomew 74-77-72-73 296 +8
Marilyn Lovander 75-70-78-73 296 +8
Salimah Mussani 73-74-75-74 296 +8
Samantha Head 74-73-74-75 296 +8
Nancy Harvey 73-70-76-77 296 +8
Caroline Blaylock 77-76-74-70 297 +9
Michelle Simpson 74-79-72-72 297 +9
Angie Hill 77-71-75-74 297 +9
Kelly Cavanaugh 74-75-73-75 297 +9
Kathryn Imrie 74-74-74-75 297 +9
Nicole Keller 73-71-77-76 297 +9
Kelly Lagedrost 71-68-82-76 297 +9
Sasha Medina 72-71-76-78 297 +9
Audra Burks 74-74-80-70 298 +10
Minny Yeo 74-76-77-71 298 +10
Emily Bastel 77-74-75-72 298 +10
Liz Janangelo 74-72-76-76 298 +10
D'Rae Ward 78-75-76-70 299 +11
Gwladys Nocera 80-71-77-71 299 +11
Beth Bauer 74-77-75-73 299 +11
Lisa Meldrum 74-76-76-73 299 +11
Annette DeLuca 76-73-77-73 299 +11
Sarah-Jane Kenyon 74-78-70-77 299 +11
Nontaya Srisawang 74-78-77-71 300 +12
Sarah Martin 73-74-81-72 300 +12
Kitty Hwang 75-75-76-74 300 +12
Na Ri Lee 69-79-78-74 300 +12
Marianne Morris 75-76-74-75 300 +12
Kris Lindstrom 75-76-74-75 300 +12
Jo Clingan 74-77-74-75 300 +12
Linda Ishii 72-79-74-75 300 +12
Kim Welch 71-77-74-78 300 +12
Jessica Reese-Quayle 77-73-80-71 301 +13
Tara Bateman 72-79-76-75 302 +14
Krista Bartlett 78-79-69-76 302 +14
Katie Bakken 75-74-77-77 303 +15
Kate Golden 77-78-76-73 304 +16
Angela Buzminski 74-80-74-76 304 +16
May Wood 73-80-74-77 304 +16
Anna Rawson 70-81-76-77 304 +16
Libby Smith 92-73-71-69 305 +17
Ashley Gomes 78-76-76-75 305 +17
Bernadette Luse 71-80-79-75 305 +17
Violeta Retamoza 72-72-78-83 305 +17
Julie Tvede 75-78-78-75 306 +18
Jana Peterkova 73-76-82-75 306 +18
Caryn Wilson 75-77-77-77 306 +18
Kris Tamulis 74-80-77-76 307 +19
Minea Blomqvist 69-82-79-78 308 +20
Kim Augusta 72-85-72-79 308 +20
Jackie Beers 79-72-81-77 309 +21
Kuan-Pei Chen 77-79-74-79 309 +21
Amanda McCurdy 76-78-78-78 310 +22
Janell Howland 77-75-83-76 311 +23
Shayna Miyajima 76-74-80-81 311 +23
Taya Battistella 77-80-78-78 313 +25
WD Angie Rizzo
DQ Diana Ramage

 

Park remains co-leader with Kim returning to top at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament

Sometimes the unknown can be your greatest ally. In their first appearances at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, 18-year-old amateur In-Kyung Kim, and Angela Park, an 18-year-old professional, top the leaderboard on Friday with matching 8-under-par 208s.

Just 18 holes remain before the cut to top-70 and ties at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. With little to worry about regarding a cut line, Kim (67-73-68) and Park (70-67-71) are in prime position to secure one of 15 exempt cards for the 2007 LPGA Tour season.

After sharing the first-round lead with Hye Jung Choi at 5-under-par 67, Kim dropped to a tie for eighth after a second round 1-over-par 73 on the LPGA International Champions course. She reclaimed her share of the lead on Friday with the aid of 16 Greens In Regulation.

“Yesterday, I had bad shots. I played better today,” said Kim, who earned a spot on the Duramed Futures Tour via a win at the qualifying tournament in November. “I just am more focused on Legends course. It's more tight and the greens are smaller.”

Kim put together a pair of 34s on Friday with birdies on holes 2, 6, 10 and 14. Her 68 was the field low on either course, but said she felt she could have done better.

“I had really good shots on numbers 16 and 17, but they lipped out,” said Kim, who averages 250-yards off the tee. “I've been doing pretty well with my iron shots and driver.”

On the opposing Champions course, Park was battling windy conditions and overcame three bogeys in five holes on holes 11, 12 and 16to finish 34-37=71 (-1).

“The wind was blowing the opposite direction I was used to playing, which makes number one and two downwind, so that was nice,” said Park, who recorded seven top-10 finishes in 16 starts on the Duramed Futures Tour in 2006. “But the closing holes were all into wind, so I try not to think about that too much because we all know it's hard and you get a little bit more nervous.”

After birdies on 2, 7 and 10, she found her final sub-par on the par-5 16th, sticking her iron shot to five feet.

“I'm having fun out there. You can't be all about business because then you'll be too caught up and it will be too stressful. Just try to go out there and have fun,” she said. “Tomorrow is one of the courses I like more. I can visualize my shots better. I see it and I believe it more. I'm more comfortable on that course.”

The 90-hole tournament has been staged at LPGA International on the Champions and Legends courses, playing each twice before Saturday's cut to the top-70 and ties. Players were repaired for the third and fourth rounds based on the course they started on in the first round. The groups will play the opposite course on Saturday as they played Friday. After Sunday's final round, the top-15 finishers will earn exempt status for the 2007 Tour season, while the next 35 will earn conditional status.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the Final LPGA Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional advanced to the final stage and join 58 current LPGA Tour members who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2007. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2006 Duramed Futures Tour money list. The top-five finishers on the Duramed Futures Tour money list automatically received their exempt card for 2007: Song-Hee Kim, Charlotte Mayorkas, In-Bee Park, Kristy McPherson and Meaghan Francella.

Consistent with the LPGA's history as being a true World Tour, the 137-player field features 54 international players from 21 countries outside the United States, as well as one player from Puerto Rico. South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Canada (7), Sweden (5), Australia (4), England (2), France (2), Mexico (2), Scotland (2) and Taiwan (2). The remaining countries are Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, India, Ireland, Paraguay, South Africa, Spain, Thailand and Venezuela with one player each.

There is no shortage of homegrown talent either. Twenty-nine states are represented in the final qualifying tournament, with California leading the way with 17 entrants, followed by Florida with 12. Texas has five representatives, while Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina and Ohio each has four. Minnesota, New York and Illinois each have three players in the field.

 

2006 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
Third Round Summary
LPGA International Daytona Beach FL
Friday, December 1, 2006

1 *In-Kyung Kim 67-73-68 208 -8
Angela Park 70-67-71 208 -8
3 Paige MacKenzie 68-74-68 210 -6
Ashley Hoagland 70-69-71 210 -6
5 Clarissa Childs 70-68-73 211 -5
6 Irene Cho 68-72-72 212 -4
Maru Martinez 70-69-73 212 -4
Kimberly Hall 70-69-73 212 -4
Hye Jung Choi 67-70-75 212 -4
10 Katherine Hull 71-70-72 213 -3
11 Erica Blasberg 68-75-71 214 -2
*Adrienne Millican 70-72-72 214 -2
13 Simi Mehra 73-72-70 215 -1
Linda Wessberg 72-72-71 215 -1
Cathy Johnston-Forbes 73-71-71 215 -1
Jennifer Gleason 71-72-72 215 -1
Jeanne Cho 71-72-72 215 -1
Aram Cho 71-71-73 215 -1
Carrie Wood 72-70-73 215 -1
20 Cecilia Ekelundh 72-75-69 216 E
Meredith Duncan 70-74-72 216 E
22 Seo-Jae Lee 73-75-69 217 +1
Lisa Ferrero 69-77-71 217 +1
Lee-Anne Pace 70-76-71 217 +1
Sarah Lynn Johnston 72-73-72 217 +1
Diane Irvin 71-71-75 217 +1
Jin Young Pak 72-69-76 217 +1
Danielle Downey 72-68-77 217 +1
Natalie Tucker 72-68-77 217 +1
30 Tina Miller 73-74-71 218 +2
Yeon Joo Lee 72-74-72 218 +2
Su A Kim 73-73-72 218 +2
Kelly Cap 73-73-72 218 +2
Ashley Prange 69-76-73 218 +2
Allison Fouch 72-73-73 218 +2
Nicole Jeray 72-73-73 218 +2
Eun-Hee Ji 72-72-74 218 +2
Sophia Sheridan 73-71-74 218 +2
Kristen Samp 73-71-74 218 +2
Beth Allen 73-71-74 218 +2
*Ji-Young Oh 73-70-75 218 +2
42 Rebecca Coakley 71-76-72 219 +3
Hana Kim 74-73-72 219 +3
Celeste Troche 72-74-73 219 +3
Kim Brozer 74-72-73 219 +3
Jenna Daniels 71-74-74 219 +3
Jane Park 71-73-75 219 +3
Angela Jerman 70-73-76 219 +3
Sasha Medina 72-71-76 219 +3
Nancy Harvey 73-70-76 219 +3
Na On Min 71-71-77 219 +3
52 Kristina Tucker 73-76-71 220 +4
Ashli Bunch 75-74-71 220 +4
Maggie Will 72-74-74 220 +4
Charlotta Sorenstam 76-70-74 220 +4
56 Becky Lucidi 77-77-67 221 +5
Courtney Erdman 75-75-71 221 +5
Meredith Ward 72-77-72 221 +5
Carolina Llano 75-74-72 221 +5
Mollie Fankhauser 72-76-73 221 +5
Joanne Mills 74-73-74 221 +5
Samantha Head 74-73-74 221 +5
Cindy Pasechnik 76-70-75 221 +5
Nicole Keller 73-71-77 221 +5
Annie Young 74-70-77 221 +5
Kelly Lagedrost 71-68-82 221 +5
67 Sarah-Jane Kenyon 74-78-70 222 +6
Kelly Cavanaugh 74-75-73 222 +6
Jimin Jeong 76-73-73 222 +6
Brooke Tull 76-73-73 222 +6
Kim Welch 71-77-74 222 +6
Kathryn Imrie 74-74-74 222 +6
Hyun-Hee Moon 70-77-75 222 +6
Hae-Jung Kim 72-75-75 222 +6
Salimah Mussani 73-74-75 222 +6
Sophie Giquel 73-74-75 222 +6
Liz Janangelo 74-72-76 222 +6
Violeta Retamoza 72-72-78 222 +6
79 Adrienne Gautreaux 74-77-72 223 +7
Jean Bartholomew 74-77-72 223 +7
Stephanie Louden 73-76-74 223 +7
Angie Hill 77-71-75 223 +7
Teresa Lu 69-76-78 223 +7
Marilyn Lovander 75-70-78 223 +7
85 Naree Song 74-78-72 224 +8
Ha-Na Chae 76-74-74 224 +8
Louise Stahle 71-78-75 224 +8
Sarah Huarte 73-76-75 224 +8
LeAnna Wicks 74-75-75 224 +8
Isabelle Beisiegel 75-74-75 224 +8
Paula Marti 75-73-76 224 +8
Lisa Fernandes 72-71-81 224 +8
93 Michelle Simpson 74-79-72 225 +9
Linda Ishii 72-79-74 225 +9
Jo Clingan 74-77-74 225 +9
Marianne Morris 75-76-74 225 +9
Kris Lindstrom 75-76-74 225 +9
Hwanhee Lee 72-75-78 225 +9
99 Krista Bartlett 78-79-69 226 +10
Beth Bauer 74-77-75 226 +10
Emily Bastel 77-74-75 226 +10
Lisa Meldrum 74-76-76 226 +10
Kitty Hwang 75-75-76 226 +10
Katie Bakken 75-74-77 226 +10
Annette DeLuca 76-73-77 226 +10
Na Ri Lee 69-79-78 226 +10
107 Brandi Jackson 76-80-71 227 +11
May Wood 73-80-74 227 +11
Caroline Blaylock 77-76-74 227 +11
Anna Rawson 70-81-76 227 +11
Tara Bateman 72-79-76 227 +11
Minny Yeo 74-76-77 227 +11
113 Angela Buzminski 74-80-74 228 +12
Vikki Laing 78-75-75 228 +12
Gwladys Nocera 80-71-77 228 +12
Audra Burks 74-74-80 228 +12
Sarah Martin 73-74-81 228 +12
118 Kim Augusta 72-85-72 229 +13
D'Rae Ward 78-75-76 229 +13
Nontaya Srisawang 74-78-77 229 +13
Caryn Wilson 75-77-77 229 +13
122 Kuan-Pei Chen 77-79-74 230 +14
Ashley Gomes 78-76-76 230 +14
Minea Blomqvist 69-82-79 230 +14
Bernadette Luse 71-80-79 230 +14
Shayna Miyajima 76-74-80 230 +14
Jessica Reese-Quayle 77-73-80 230 +14
128 Kate Golden 77-78-76 231 +15
Kris Tamulis 74-80-77 231 +15
Julie Tvede 75-78-78 231 +15
Diana Ramage 73-77-81 231 +15
Jana Peterkova 73-76-82 231 +15
133 Amanda McCurdy 76-78-78 232 +16
Jackie Beers 79-72-81 232 +16
135 Taya Battistella 77-80-78 235 +19
Janell Howland 77-75-83 235 +19
137 Libby Smith 92-73-71 236 +20

 

Choi, Park lead after second round at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament

Eighteen-year-old Angela Park and 2006 LPGA Tour rookie Hye Jung Choi are currently co-leaders after 36 holes at 7-under-par 137 on Thursday at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla.

The 90-hole tournament is staged at LPGA International, where 138 players will play the Champions and Legends courses twice, hoping to be among the top-70 to advance to Sunday. After Sunday's final round, the top-15 finishers will earn exempt status for the 2007 Tour season, while the next 35 will earn conditional status.

Park (70-67=137, -7) shot a low-round 67 on Thursday to tie for the lead after coming into the round tied for 11th-place at 2-under-par 70. Park, who played on the Legends course, recorded six birdies to go along with just one bogey on the day. She made birdies on holes four and nine on the front nine to make the turn at 2-under for the day. On the back nine, she birdied the par-3, 12th hole, bogeyed the par-5, 14th hole and then made back-to-back birdies on holes 15 and 16. She closed out her round with a birdie on 18 to finish the day with a 5-under 67.

“I just played steady out there. I putted fine; I hit the ball pretty well. I think the key out there today was my ball striking,” said Park, who tied for 15th at the Kraft Nabisco Championship this year, one of four major championships on the LPGA Tour.

“I was pretty calm out there. I wasn't really thinking about what I was going to shoot. We all know there's three more days and anything could happen. I'm not really looking ahead, just trying to stay calm and, if you make a birdie, there's another hole to birdie.”

Park was a medalist at the 2005 U.S. Women's Public Links and a semifinalist at the 2005 U.S. Women's Amateur. She turned professional in April and played on the Duramed Futures Tour this year, recording seven top-10 finishes in 16 starts. She finished third at the IOS Futures Golf Classic and tied for third at the Tuscson Duramed Futures Golf Classic.

“I've learned so much over the past year. I think this is the most I've learned for nine years; I think this is the year that adds it up,” said the 18-year-old from Torrance, Calif. “It's been a great experience going from amateur to professional. I've grown as a player and I want to keep that up.”

Choi, who played the Champions course, held on to her first-round lead after carding a second-round 70 on Thursday to move to 7-under (67-70=137) for the tournament.

“I didn't hit (the ball) very good today. I had a chance, but I didn't make it. I wanted to go to 10-under, but I was a little nervous,” said Choi, who carded four birdies against two bogeys. “I will be practicing more putting and keep focused and enjoy the day tomorrow.”

On the front nine, Choi recorded back-to-back birdies on holes four and five after sinking two-foot birdie putts. She bogeyed the par-4, seventh hole, but came back to birdie the ninth hole and made the turn at 2-under for the day. On the back nine, she bogeyed the par-5, 13th hole, but finished strong making a 15-foot birdie putt on 18 to finish with a 70.

Choi, who earned non-exempt status for the LPGA Tour at the 2005 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, played just two events this season, and her best finish was a tie for 21st at the Corona Morelia Championship in October. She also competed on the Duramed Futures Tour, where she won 2006 The Power of a Dream Futures Golf Classic and posted four other top-10s this year.

Choi leads a 58-strong contingent of LPGA Tour players in the field. Clarissa Childs is among them and just one stroke off the lead after carding a 4-under-par 68 in the second round to go to 70-68=138 (-6) for the tournament. Childs is looking to regain the exempt status she held during the 2003 season. She just missed out on exempt status last year as she tied for 22nd, but lost in a three-hole, seven-way playoff to earn one the final three exempt cards.

The players have been split between LPGA International Champions and Legends courses and will be repaired by scores for the third round based on the course they started on the first round. The new groups will play the third and fourth rounds together before the Saturday cut to the top-70 and ties.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the Final LPGA Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional advanced to the final stage and join 58 current LPGA Tour members who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2007. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2006 Duramed Futures Tour money list. The top-five finishers on the Duramed Futures Tour money list automatically received their exempt card for 2007: Song-Hee Kim, Charlotte Mayorkas, In-Bee Park, Kristy McPherson and Meaghan Francella.

Consistent with the LPGA's history as being a true World Tour, the 138-player field features 54 international players from 21 countries outside the United States, as well as one player from Puerto Rico. South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Canada (7), Sweden (5), Australia (4), England (2), France (2), Mexico (2), Scotland (2) and Taiwan (2). The remaining countries are Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, India, Ireland, Paraguay, South Africa, Spain, Thailand and Venezuela with one player each.

There is no shortage of homegrown talent either. Twenty-nine states are represented in the final qualifying tournament, with California leading the way with 17 entrants, followed by Florida with 12. Texas has five representatives, while Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina and Ohio each has four. Minnesota, New York and Illinois each have three players in the field.

Thursday, November 30, 2006
2006 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
Second Round Summary
LPGA International Daytona Beach FL

1 Angela Park 70 67 137 -7
Hye Jung Choi 67 70 137 -7
3 Clarissa Childs 70 68 138 -6
4 Ashley Hoagland 70 69 139 -5
Kimberly Hall 70 69 139 -5
Kelly Lagedrost 71 68 139 -5
Maru Martinez 70 69 139 -5
8 Natalie Tucker 72 68 140 -4
Danielle Downey 72 68 140 -4
*In-Kyung Kim 67 73 140 -4
Irene Cho 68 72 140 -4
12 Jin Young Pak 72 69 141 -3
Katherine Hull 71 70 141 -3
14 Aram Cho 71 71 142 -2
*Adrienne Millican 70 72 142 -2
Carrie Wood 72 70 142 -2
Na On Min 71 71 142 -2
Diane Irivin 71 71 142 -2
Paige MacKenzie 68 74 142 -2
20 *Ji-Young Oh 73 70 143 -1
Lisa Fernandes 72 71 143 -1
Jeanne Cho 71 72 143 -1
Nancy Harvey 73 70 143 -1
Jennifer Gleason 71 72 143 -1
Sasha Medina 72 71 143 -1
Angela Jerman 70 73 143 -1
Erica Blasberg 68 75 143 -1
28 Sophia Sheridan 73 71 144 E
Beth Allen 73 71 144 E
Linda Wessberg 72 72 144 E
Nicole Keller 73 71 144 E
Kristen Samp 73 71 144 E
Eun-Hee Ji 72 72 144 E
Cathy Johnston-Forbes 73 71 144 E
Annie Young 74 70 144 E
Violeta Retamoza 72 72 144 E
Meredith Duncan 70 74 144 E
Jane Park 71 73 144 E
39 Marilyn Lovander 75 70 145 +1
Nicole Jeray 72 73 145 +1
Teresa Lu 69 76 145 +1
Jenna Daniels 71 74 145 +1
Simi Mehra 73 72 145 +1
Sarah Lynn Johnston 72 73 145 +1
Allison Fouch 72 73 145 +1
Ashley Prange 69 76 145 +1
47 Charlotta Sorenstam 76 70 146 +2
Liz Janangelo 74 72 146 +2
Celeste Troche 72 74 146 +2
Cindy Pasechnik 76 70 146 +2
Maggie Will 72 74 146 +2
Yeon Joo Lee 72 74 146 +2
Su A Kim 73 73 146 +2
Kim Brozer 74 72 146 +2
Lee-Anne Pace 70 76 146 +2
Kelly Cap 73 73 146 +2
Lisa Ferrero 69 77 146 +2
58 Sarah Martin 73 74 147 +3
Hae-Jung Kim 72 75 147 +3
Hana Kim 74 73 147 +3
Salimah Mussani 73 74 147 +3
Samantha Head 74 73 147 +3
Cecilia Ekelundh 72 75 147 +3
Sophie Giquel 73 74 147 +3
Hyun-Hee Moon 70 77 147 +3
Hwanhee Lee 72 75 147 +3
Rebecca Coakley 71 76 147 +3
Joanne Mills 74 73 147 +3
Tina Miller 73 74 147 +3
70 Audra Burks 74 74 148 +4
Angie Hill 77 71 148 +4
Seo-Jae Lee 73 75 148 +4
Kim Welch 71 77 148 +4
Paula Marti 75 73 148 +4
Mollie Fankhauser 72 76 148 +4
Kathryn Imrie 74 74 148 +4
Na Ri Lee 69 79 148 +4
78 Kelly Cavanaugh 74 75 149 +5
Jimin Jeong 76 73 149 +5
Annette DeLuca 76 73 149 +5
Carolina Llano 75 74 149 +5
Isabelle Beisiegel 75 74 149 +5
Ashli Bunch 75 74 149 +5
Jana Peterkova 73 76 149 +5
Kristina Tucker 73 76 149 +5
Stephanie Louden 73 76 149 +5
Brooke Tull 76 73 149 +5
Louise Stahle 71 78 149 +5
Sarah Huarte 73 76 149 +5
Katie Bakken 75 74 149 +5
LeAnna Wicks 74 75 149 +5
Meredith Ward 72 77 149 +5
93 Ha-Na Chae 76 74 150 +6
Jessica Reese-Quayle 77 73 150 +6
Shayna Miyajima 76 74 150 +6
Courtney Erdman 75 75 150 +6
Diana Ramage 73 77 150 +6
Kitty Hwang 75 75 150 +6
Lisa Meldrum 74 76 150 +6
Minny Yeo 74 76 150 +6
101 Gwladys Nocera 80 71 151 +7
Emily Bastel 77 74 151 +7
Jackie Beers 79 72 151 +7
Jean Bartholomew 74 77 151 +7
Beth Bauer 74 77 151 +7
Jo Clingan 74 77 151 +7
Adrienne Gautreaux 74 77 151 +7
Anna Rawson 70 81 151 +7
Linda Ishii 72 79 151 +7
Marianne Morris 75 76 151 +7
Minea Blomqvist 69 82 151 +7
Kris Lindstrom 75 76 151 +7
Bernadette Luse 71 80 151 +7
Tara Bateman 72 79 151 +7
115 Caryn Wilson 75 77 152 +8
Janell Howland 77 75 152 +8
Nontaya Srisawang 74 78 152 +8
Sarah-Jane Kenyon 74 78 152 +8
Naree Song 74 78 152 +8
120 Vikki Laing 78 75 153 +9
D'Rae Ward 78 75 153 +9
Caroline Blaylock 77 76 153 +9
Julie Tvede 75 78 153 +9
May Wood 73 80 153 +9
Michelle Simpson 74 79 153 +9
126 Angela Buzminski 74 80 154 +10
Amanda McCurdy 76 78 154 +10
Kris Tamulis 74 80 154 +10
Ashley Gomes 78 76 154 +10
Becky Lucidi 77 77 154 +10
131 Kate Golden 77 78 155 +11
132 Kuan-Pei Chen 77 79 156 +12
Brandi Jackson 76 80 156 +12
134 Taya Battistella 77 80 157 +13
Krista Bartlett 78 79 157 +13
Kim Augusta 72 85 157 +13
137 Angie Rizzo 85 79 164 +20
138 Libby Smith 92 73 165 +21

 

Kim, Choi take early lead

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Nov. 29, 2006 – Amateur In-Kyung Kim and 2006 LPGA Tour rookie Hye Jung Choi are co-leaders after 18 holes with matching 5-under-par 67s on Wednesday at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla.

The 90-hole tournament is staged at LPGA International, where 138 players will play the Champions and Legends courses twice, hoping to be among the top-70 to advance to Sunday. After Sunday's final round, the top-15 finishers will earn exempt status for the 2007 Tour season, while the next 35 will earn conditional status.

Kim, who has been playing golf since she was nine, has already earned a spot on the Duramed Futures Tour after winning the November qualifier. But now the 18-year-old has her sights set on the LPGA.

“I just want to play on the LPGA Tour,” said the 2005 U.S. Girls' Junior Champion. “I had 16 greens in regulation and putted pretty well. I had one three-putt and six birdies. I played really solid.”

On her front nine—the back nine of the Legends Course—Kim started the day with a birdie on 10 followed by two more on holes 13 and 17. A missed two-foot putt for par on the par-3 15th was her only hiccup of the day as she would more than compensate on her final nine holes with three consecutive birdies on holes three through five. “I like everything (about golf),” she said. “All of it is different. It isn't one round, it's each hole; the wind changes, everything can change on the next hole. I like making my own choices.”

Choi, who earned non-exempt status for the LPGA Tour at the 2005 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, played just two events this season and her best finish was a tie for 21st at the Corona Morelia Championship in October. On Wednesday, she took her first step toward retaining her Tour card with a bogey-free round and five birdies, including three on her first four holes.

“I'm just enjoying this. I had a strong finish and for the first day it was very important for me. I putted well, but my iron shots were very good today,” said the 21-year-old from South Korea. “It was very important for me to shoot low today because I was very nervous before the round today, but I feel comfortable now.”

Choi leads a 58-strong contingent of LPGA Tour players in the field. Erica Blasberg is among them and just one stroke off the lead with a 4-under-par 68. Blasberg earned more than $62,000 in 2006 for non-exempt status in 2007, but this week is her chance to earn the exempt card that has eluded her since she went through Q-School in 2004.

“I'm pretty relaxed. I have a pretty good mindset coming in here; whatever happens, happens. I've been here a couple times and have some experience,” said Blasberg, who has finished tied for 32nd and tied for 22nd in 2004 and 2005, respectively. “I had a good round, I only made one bogey, so I want to stay relaxed, keep giving myself chances and not putting any pressure on myself. Just play golf.”

Paige MacKenzie also got off to a strong start to join Blasberg in a three-way tie for third with Irene Cho. MacKenzie, who is best known in the golf world as a 23-year-old All-American from the University of Washington, is looking for a new title: LPGA Tour rookie. MacKenzie lost to Kim by one stroke at the Duramed Futures Tour Qualifier in November and is keeping the amateur in her sights this week.

“I had the usual adrenaline of a golf tournament, but I was amazingly relaxed out there, which was nice because that was my whole goal coming into this week. To try to keep in mind that this is just another event and that you just need to keep that same mentality and not try to do something different,” she said.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the Final LPGA Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional advanced to the final stage and join 58 current LPGA Tour members who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2007. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2006 Duramed Futures Tour money list. The top-five finishers on the Duramed Futures Tour money list automatically received their exempt card for 2007: Song-Hee Kim, Charlotte Mayorkas, In-Bee Park, Kristy McPherson and Meaghan Francella.

Consistent with the LPGA's history as being a true World Tour, the 138-player field features 54 international players from 21 countries outside the United States, as well as one player from Puerto Rico. South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Canada (7), Sweden (5), Australia (4), England (2), France (2), Mexico (2), Scotland (2) and Taiwan (2). The remaining countries are Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, India, Ireland, Paraguay, South Africa, Spain, Thailand and Venezuela with one player each.

There is no shortage of homegrown talent either. Twenty-nine states are represented in the final qualifying tournament, with California leading the way with 17 entrants, followed by Florida with 12. Texas has five representatives, while Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina and Ohio each has four. Minnesota, New York and Illinois each have three players in the field.

 

Wednesday, November 29, 2006
2006 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
First Round Summary
LPGA International Daytona Beach FL

1 Hye Jung Choi 35 32 67 -5
1 *Inkyung Kim 33 34 67 -5
3 Paige MacKenzie 33 35 68 -4
3 Irene Cho 32 36 68 -4
3 Erica Blasberg 32 36 68 -4
6 Ashley Prange 36 33 69 -3
6 Teresa Lu 35 34 69 -3
6 Minea Blomqvist 34 35 69 -3
6 Lisa Ferrero 33 36 69 -3
6 Na Ri Lee 32 37 69 -3
11 Maru Martinez 36 34 70 -2
11 Lee-Anne Pace 35 35 70 -2
11 Meredith Duncan 35 35 70 -2
11 Angela Jerman 35 35 70 -2
11 *Adrienne Millican 35 35 70 -2
11 Ashley Hoagland 35 35 70 -2
11 Hyun-Hee Moon 34 36 70 -2
11 Anna Rawson 34 36 70 -2
11 Angela Park 34 36 70 -2
11 Kimberly Hall 34 36 70 -2
11 Clarissa Childs 34 36 70 -2
22 Aram Cho 37 34 71 -1
22 Kim Welch 37 34 71 -1
22 Na On Min 37 34 71 -1
22 Jennifer Gleason 37 34 71 -1
22 Katherine Hull 36 35 71 -1
22 Rebecca Coakley 36 35 71 -1
22 Bernadette Luse 36 35 71 -1
22 Jane Park 36 35 71 -1
22 Jenna Daniels 35 36 71 -1
22 Kelly Lagedrost 34 37 71 -1
22 Diane Irivin 33 38 71 -1
22 Jeanne Cho 33 38 71 -1
22 Louise Stahle 33 38 71 -1
35 Eun-Hee Ji 37 35 72 E
35 Celeste Troche 37 35 72 E
35 Hwanhee Lee 37 35 72 E
35 Yeon Joo Lee 37 35 72 E
35 Cecilia Ekelundh 37 35 72 E
35 Sarah Lynn Johnston 37 35 72 E
35 Jin Young Pak 36 36 72 E
35 Nicole Jeray 36 36 72 E
35 Meredith Ward 36 36 72 E
35 Danielle Downey 36 36 72 E
35 Maggie Will 36 36 72 E
35 Mollie Fankhauser 36 36 72 E
35 Allison Fouch 36 36 72 E
35 Linda Ishii 35 37 72 E
35 Violeta Retamoza 35 37 72 E
35 Hae-Jung Kim 35 37 72 E
35 Kim Augusta 34 38 72 E
35 Carrie Wood 34 38 72 E
35 Sasha Medina 34 38 72 E
35 Natalie Tucker 34 38 72 E
35 Linda Wessberg 34 38 72 E
35 Tara Bateman 34 38 72 E
35 Lisa Fernandes 33 39 72 E
58 Tina Miller 38 35 73 +1
58 Seo-Jae Lee 38 35 73 +1
58 Beth Allen 38 35 73 +1
58 Kristina Tucker 37 36 73 +1
58 Cathy Johnston-Forbes 37 36 73 +1
58 Jana Peterkova 37 36 73 +1
58 Sarah Huarte 37 36 73 +1
58 Nancy Harvey 37 36 73 +1
58 Sarah Martin 36 37 73 +1
58 Sophia Sheridan 36 37 73 +1
58 Kristen Samp 36 37 73 +1
58 *Ji-Young Oh 36 37 73 +1
58 Simi Mehra 36 37 73 +1
58 Diana Ramage 36 37 73 +1
58 Su A Kim 36 37 73 +1
58 Nicole Keller 35 38 73 +1
58 Kelly Cap 35 38 73 +1
58 Stephanie Louden 35 38 73 +1
58 Sophie Giquel 35 38 73 +1
58 Salimah Mussani 34 39 73 +1
58 May Wood 33 40 73 +1
79 Kris Tamulis 40 34 74 +2
79 Samantha Head 39 35 74 +2
79 Kathryn Imrie 38 36 74 +2
79 LeAnna Wicks 38 36 74 +2
79 Jean Bartholomew 38 36 74 +2
79 Minny Yeo 38 36 74 +2
79 Nontaya Srisawang 38 36 74 +2
79 Sarah-Jane Kenyon 38 36 74 +2
79 Hana Kim 38 36 74 +2
79 Liz Janangelo 38 36 74 +2
79 Joanne Mills 37 37 74 +2
79 Kelly Cavanaugh 37 37 74 +2
79 Adrienne Gautreaux 37 37 74 +2
79 Naree Song 37 37 74 +2
79 Kim Brozer 36 38 74 +2
79 Angela Buzminski 36 38 74 +2
79 Annie Young 36 38 74 +2
79 Michelle Simpson 36 38 74 +2
79 Beth Bauer 36 38 74 +2
79 Lisa Meldrum 35 39 74 +2
79 Audra Burks 34 40 74 +2
79 Jo Clingan 34 40 74 +2
101 Marianne Morris 40 35 75 +3
101 Courtney Erdman 39 36 75 +3
101 Paula Marti 38 37 75 +3
101 Katie Bakken 38 37 75 +3
101 Ashli Bunch 38 37 75 +3
101 Marilyn Lovander 38 37 75 +3
101 Julie Tvede 38 37 75 +3
101 Caryn Wilson 38 37 75 +3
101 Kitty Hwang 37 38 75 +3
101 Isabelle Beisiegel 37 38 75 +3
101 Carolina Llano 37 38 75 +3
101 Kris Lindstrom 35 40 75 +3
113 Charlotta Sorenstam 39 37 76 +4
113 Annette DeLuca 39 37 76 +4
113 Cindy Pasechnik 39 37 76 +4
113 Jimin Jeong 38 38 76 +4
113 Ha-Na Chae 37 39 76 +4
113 Brooke Tull 37 39 76 +4
113 Amanda McCurdy 37 39 76 +4
113 Brandi Jackson 36 40 76 +4
113 Shayna Miyajima 35 41 76 +4
122 Kate Golden 40 37 77 +5
122 Jessica Reese-Quayle 39 38 77 +5
122 Becky Lucidi 39 38 77 +5
122 Taya Battistella 38 39 77 +5
122 Kuan-Pei Chen 38 39 77 +5
122 Angie Hill 38 39 77 +5
122 Janell Howland 37 40 77 +5
122 Caroline Blaylock 37 40 77 +5
122 Emily Bastel 36 41 77 +5
131 D'Rae Ward 40 38 78 +6
131 Vikki Laing 38 40 78 +6
131 Krista Bartlett 38 40 78 +6
131 Ashley Gomes 36 42 78 +6
135 Jackie Beers 38 41 79 +7
136 Gwladys Nocera 40 40 80 +8
137 Angie Rizzo 42 43 85 +13
138 Libby Smith 42 50 92 +20

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