Final Qualifying Tournament Results 2007

Park earns medalist honors at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
LPGA Tour adds 17 exempt members for 2008 season

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Dec. 2, 2007 – LPGA Tour rookie Jane Park completed a wire-to-wire victory at the LPGA Final Qualifying School on Sunday to earn medalist honors at 17-under-par 343.

Park (65-70-71-68-69=343, -17) carded five birdies and two bogies on Sunday to post a final-round 69 for a three-stroke victory over fellow 2007 LPGA Tour rookie Su A Kim (70-72-70-68-66=346, 14). After birdies on holes three and four, Park made bogey on six, but countered with a birdie on hole eight to make the turn at 16-under-par overall. Park added back-to-back birdies on holes 10 and 11 with a bogey on 12 to finish the week at 17-under-par 343, three shots ahead of fellow LPGA Tour rookie Su A Kim.

“I was playing great so I knew I had a good chance to win,” Park said. “Just being able to pull it off was just a great confidence booster. I just proved to myself that I can go pretty deep under par. It's a great feeling.”

Park started her march toward exempt status on the 2008 LPGA Tour with a tournament-low 7-under-par 65 on Wednesday and maintained at least a two-stroke lead for the remainder of the week. On Tour in 2007, she played in 11 events, making nine cuts. Her best finish was a tie for 17th at the Sybase Classic Presented by ShopRite.

Kim fired a 6-under-par 66 on Sunday to earn exempt status. The 26-year-old carded seven birdies during the final-round with just one bogey to remain in second place. Kim started and ended her front nine on a good note with back-to-back birdies on holes one and two and holes eight and nine to make the turn at 12-under-par. Two more birdies on holes 10 and 11, coupled with a bogey on 13 and a birdie on 14 propelled her to 14-under-par 346 for the week.

“I made it, it was a good round,” Kim said. “When I started the final round, I felt comfortable. Before (the tournament), I thought that 2-under every day would make it.”

The South Korean played in just four events on Tour in 2007, with her best finish coming at the U.S. Women's Open, where she tied for 50th.

South Korean Hee Young Park (72-67-74-67-70) finished third at 10-under-par 350, while 10-year LPGA Tour veteran Kelli Kuehne (67-71-70-76-67=351) finished fourth at 9-under-par 351. Kuehne, who was in second place following the first three rounds, put early pressure on Park's lead with three rounds under par.

Four players tied for 14th place at 356 (-4) to round out the 17 exempt cards available for the 2008 LPGA Tour season: Sandra Gal, Danielle Downey, Liz Janangelo and LPGA Tour rookie Sophie Giquel. 36 players earned conditional status for next season.

The 90-hole tournament was staged at LPGA International, where 135 players played the Champions and Legends Courses twice, hoping to be among the top-70 to advance to Sunday. The final round was played on the Legends Course.
LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional—31 from Rancho Mirage; 34 from Venice—advanced to the final stage and joined 62 current LPGA Tour members, who were trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2008. The field was completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list. The top-five finishers on the Duramed Futures Tour money list automatically received their exempt card for 2008: Emily Bastel, Allison Fouch, Violeta Retamoza, Mollie Fankhauser and Seo-Jae Lee.

Consistent with the LPGA's history of showcasing the very best players from around the world, the 135-player field featured 62 international players from 22 countries outside the United States. South Korea was represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Australia (10); Sweden (5); Canada (4) and Thailand (4). Remaining countries represented were England (3); South Africa (2); Spain (2); and one player each from: Argentina; China; France; India; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Paraguay; Russia; Scotland; Taiwan; and Venezuela.

 

Sunday, December 2, 2007
2007 Final Q-School
Final Round Summary
LPGA International Golf and Country Club Daytona Beach FLORIDA

EXEMPT STATUS
POS NAME SCORES  
STATUS
MONEY
1 Jane Park 65-70-71-68-69 343
-17
$6000.00
2 Su A Kim 70-72-70-68-66 346
-14
$5000.00
3 Hee Young Park 72-67-74-67-70 350
-10
$4750.00
4 Kelli Kuehne 67-71-70-76-67 351
-9
$4500.00
5 Carolina Llano 69-71-69-73-70 352
-8
$4250.00
6 Yani Tseng 70-73-72-66-72 353
-7
$4100.00
7 Jacqueline Yang 69-73-71-72-69 354
-6
$3750.00
7 Russy Gulyanamitta 69-72-72-71-70 354
-6
$3750.00
9 Sarah Kemp 71-70-74-72-68 355
-5
$2312.50
9 Becky Lucidi 72-71-70-73-69 355
-5
$2312.50
9 ^Shanshan Feng 72-72-70-71-70 355
-5
(amateur)
9 Louise Friberg 71-73-71-68-72 355
-5
$2312.50
9 Meredith Duncan 69-71-71-71-73 355
-5
$2312.50
14 ^Sandra Gal 76-70-72-69-69 356
-4
(amateur)
14 Danielle Downey 72-71-71-72-70 356
-4
$1550.00
14 Liz Janangelo 70-71-70-73-72 356
-4
$1550.00
14 Sophie Giquel 72-70-71-70-73 356
-4
$1550.00
CONDITIONAL STATUS
1 Anna Rawson 72-73-72-71-69 357
-3
 
2 Ashleigh Simon 70-70-72-70-75 357
-3
3 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff 69-74-76-71-68 358
-2
4 Na Yeon Choi 68-74-73-75-68 358
-2
5 Sarah-Jane Kenyon 73-71-71-70-73 358
-2
6 Taylor Leon 73-71-68-70-76 358
-2
 
7 Simi Mehra 73-74-72-72-68 359
-1
 
8 Leah Wigger 72-73-73-72-70 360
E
* Song Hee Kim 74-68-77-70-71 360
E
Audra Burks 74-73-69-73-71 360
E
* Virada Nirapathpongporn 71-72-72-74-71 360
E
 
10 Eun Jung Yi 73-72-70-73-72 360
E
 
* Tracy Hanson 73-66-74-75-72 360
E
11 Anna Grzebien 70-72-70-75-73 360
E
12 Hannah Jun 73-67-71-74-75 360
E
 
13 Beth Allen 71-71-71-71-76 360
E
 
14 Onnarin Sattayabanphot 74-71-74-73-69 361
+1
 
15 Cindy Pasechnik 73-69-77-73-69 361
+1
 
16 Kristen Samp 74-73-74-69-71 361
+1
 
17 Anja Monke 72-70-76-72-71 361
+1
 
18 Nicole Hage 71-72-68-73-77 361
+1
 
19  Jimin Jeong     74-74-73-71-70    362
+2
 
++ (20) Susie Redman    2007 Medical Extension                
 
 
* Lisa Fernandes 74-73-68-76-71 362
+2
21 Sarah Oh 70-76-72-71-73 362
+2
 
22 Louise Stahle 75-72-71-70-74 362
+2
23 Angela Jerman 72-73-67-76-74 362
+2
 
24 Jeanne Cho-Hunicke 71-76-72-68-75 362
+2
* Lee Ann Walker-Cooper 74-71-74-68-75 362
+2
 
25 Jennifer Greggain 73-74-75-71-70 363
+3
26 Hwan Hee Lee 70-71-73-78-71 363
+3
 
* Michelle Ellis 75-71-71-74-72 363
+3
 
* Nina Reis 73-71-70-75-74 363
+3
 
27 Hana Kim 71-74-74-74-71 364
+4
 
28 Sarah Lynn Sargent 69-71-77-76-71 364
+4
29 Emma Cabrera-Bello 73-69-72-78-72 364
+4
30 Sofie Andersson 73-69-74-74-74 364
+4
31  Jennifer Gleason 73-69-74-74-74  365 
+5
 
++ (32) Cathy Johnston-Forbes 2007 Medical Extension   
 
 
33 Amie Cochran 72-70-75-77-71 365
+5
34 Chris Brady 75-70-68-81-71 365
+5
35 May Wood 72-71-76-74-72 365
+5
36 Brandi Jackson 77-68-73-74-73 365
+5
37 Amy Yang 72-73-70-77-73 365
+5
* Na Ri Kim 74-73-72-72-74 365
+5
Cutoff for LPGA status
  Kristina Tucker 70-76-70-77-73 366
+6
 
* Joanne Morley 76-76-73-69-73 367
+7
* Clarissa Childs 71-73-74-74-75 367
+7
  Maru Martinez 72-71-72-75-77 367
+7
 
  Song Choi 77-71-77-69-74 368
+8
 
* Allison Hanna-Williams 74-71-75-74-74 368
+8
 
* Nicole Jeray 74-71-74-74-75 368
+8
 
  Tiffany Tavee 77-71-73-71-76 368
+8
  Nontaya Srisawang 73-71-77-71-76 368
+8
 
  ^Kristie Smith 74-74-71-73-76 368
+8
 
 
* Player already has non-exempt status
++2007 Medical Extension
^ denotes amateur

 

Park extends lead to six strokes at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
70 players with scores of 6-over-par or better advance to final round

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Dec. 1, 2007 – LPGA Tour rookie Jane Park (65-70-71-68=274, -14) made a decisive move toward earning an exempt card for the 2008 LPGA Tour season with a fourth-round 68 (-4) at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament on Saturday. The Californian extended her lead to six strokes entering Sunday's final round at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla. LPGA Tour rookie Su A Kim (70-72-70-68) and Hee Young Park (72-67-74-67) are tied for second place at 8-under-par 280. After four rounds of play, the field was cut to 70 players at 6-over-par 294 or better at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.

The 90-hole tournament is staged at LPGA International, where 137 players played the Champions and Legends Courses twice, hoping to be among the top-70 to advance to Sunday. After Sunday's final round, the top-17 finishers will earn exempt status for the 2008 Tour season, while the next 35 will earn conditional status.

Park, who has now led wire-to-wire, entered the day with a two-stroke advantage. Playing on the Legends Course, she made birdies on holes two, six and eight before a bogey on nine to make the turn at 2-under on the day. Park added birdies on holes 13 and 16 to finish the day at 4-under-par 68.

“I was very excited to play today. I was on Legends; I was back on the course I like better, so I had a good feeling about today,” Park said. “I was more confident on the greens. They were more readable and not as grainy as the other course. I had confidence in my stroke. I trusted my line more and trusted what I was doing.”

Hee Young Park, who entered the day tied for 13th place at 3-under-par 213, carded a fourth-round 67 (-5) to jump into a tie for second place. The South Korean used six birdies – holes four, six, seven, eight, 15 and 18 – and a lone bogey on hole five to move to 8-under 280 entering Sunday's final round. Park finished fourth at the LPGA Sectional Qualifying School this October in Venice, Fla. She is currently sixth on the 2007 Korea LPGA money list.

“Today, the weather was good and I had some good reads on the greens to make birdies. My caddy helped me with putting,” Park said. “I like the Legends Course better. The speeds (of the greens) are better. Tomorrow, I will try to be aggressive. I want to make birdies.”

LPGA Tour rookie Kim began the day in a tie for eighth place, but five birdies in her first eight holes – including making a 50-foot birdie putt on her first hole – allowed her to climb up the leaderboard into a tie for second by day's end. Kim made birdies on holes one, two, six, seven and eight with a bogey on five to make the turn at 4-under for the day. She carded nine pars on the back-nine to finish at 8-under-par 280 through four rounds. The 26-year-old played in four events on Tour in 2007, with her best finish coming at the U.S. Women's Open where she tied for 50th.

“I was happy with my round. I think I gave myself some breathing room,” Kim said. “My goal was to shoot 2-under each day and that's what I've been doing for the most part.”

Yani Tseng (70-73-72-66=281, -7) fired the low round of the day, a 6-under-par 66, to move into solo fourth place.
On Sunday, the players were repaired based on scores and all will play the Legends Course off the first and 10th tees beginning at 7:45 a.m.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional—31 from Rancho Mirage; 34 from Venice—advanced to the final stage and join 62 current LPGA Tour members, who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2008. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list.

Consistent with the LPGA's history of showcasing the very best players from around the world, the 137-player field features 62 international players from 22 countries outside the United States. South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Australia (10), Sweden (5) Canada (4) and Thailand (4). Remaining countries represented include England (3), South Africa (2), Spain (2); and one player represents each of the following countries: Argentina; China; France; India; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Paraguay; Russia; Scotland; Taiwan; and Venezuela.

 

Saturday, December 1, 2007
2007 Final Q-School
Final Round Summary
LPGA International Golf and Country Club Daytona Beach FLORIDA

* - Amateur
1 Jane Park     65-70-71-68 274 -14  
2 Su A Kim     70-72-70-68 280 -8  
2 Hee Young Park     72-67-74-67 280 -8  
4 Yani Tseng     70-73-72-66 281 -7  
5 Meredith Duncan     69-71-71-71 282 -6  
5 Carolina Llano     69-71-69-73 282 -6  
5 Taylor Leon     73-71-68-70 282 -6  
5 Ashleigh Simon     70-70-72-70 282 -6  
9 Sophie Giquel     72-70-71-70 283 -5  
9 Louise Friberg     71-73-71-68 283 -5  
11 Liz Janangelo     70-71-70-73 284 -4  
11 Kelli Kuehne     67-71-70-76 284 -4  
11 Nicole Hage     71-72-68-73 284 -4  
11 Beth Allen     71-71-71-71 284 -4  
11 Russy Gulyanamitta     69-72-72-71 284 -4  
16 Jacqueline Yang     69-73-71-72 285 -3  
16 Hannah Jun     73-67-71-74 285 -3  
16 Sarah-Jane Kenyon     73-71-71-70 285 -3  
16 *Shanshan Feng     72-72-70-71 285 -3  
20 Becky Lucidi     72-71-70-73 286 -2  
20 Danielle Downey     72-71-71-72 286 -2  
22 Sarah Kemp     71-70-74-72 287 -1  
22 Anna Grzebien     70-72-70-75 287 -1  
22 *Sandra Gal     76-70-72-69 287 -1  
22 Jeanne Cho-Hunicke     71-76-72-68 287 -1  
22 Lee Ann Walker-Cooper     74-71-74-68 287 -1  
27 Tracy Hanson     73-66-74-75 288 E  
27 Angela Jerman     72-73-67-76 288 E  
27 Eun Jung Yi     73-72-70-73 288 E  
27 Louise Stahle     75-72-71-70 288 E  
27 Anna Rawson     72-73-72-71 288 E  
32 Virada Nirapathpongporn     71-72-72-74 289 +1  
32 Nina Reis     73-71-70-75 289 +1  
32 Audra Burks     74-73-69-73 289 +1  
32 Song Hee Kim     74-68-77-70 289 +1  
32 Sarah Oh     70-76-72-71 289 +1  
37 Sofie Andersson     73-69-74-74 290 +2  
37 Maru Martinez     72-71-72-75 290 +2  
37 Na Yeon Choi     68-74-73-75 290 +2  
37 Anja Monke     72-70-76-72 290 +2  
37 Kristen Samp     74-73-74-69 290 +2  
37 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff     69-74-76-71 290 +2  
37 Leah Wigger     72-73-73-72 290 +2  
44 Michelle Ellis     75-71-71-74 291 +3  
44 Lisa Fernandes     74-73-68-76 291 +3  
44 Na Ri Kim     74-73-72-72 291 +3  
44 Simi Mehra     73-74-72-72 291 +3  
48 Clarissa Childs     71-73-74-74 292 +4  
48 Brandi Jackson     77-68-73-74 292 +4  
48 Amy Yang     72-73-70-77 292 +4  
48 Hwan Hee Lee     70-71-73-78 292 +4  
48 Emma Cabrera-Bello     73-69-72-78 292 +4  
48 Cindy Pasechnik     73-69-77-73 292 +4  
48 Jimin Jeong     74-74-73-71 292 +4  
48 Tiffany Tavee     77-71-73-71 292 +4  
48 Nontaya Srisawang     73-71-77-71 292 +4  
48 Onnarin Sattayabanphot     74-71-74-73 292 +4  
48 *Kristie Smith     74-74-71-73 292 +4  
59 May Wood     72-71-76-74 293 +5  
59 Sarah Lynn Sargent     69-71-77-76 293 +5  
59 Kristina Tucker     70-76-70-77 293 +5  
59 Jennifer Greggain     73-74-75-71 293 +5  
59 Nicole Jeray     74-71-74-74 293 +5  
59 Hana Kim     71-74-74-74 293 +5  
65 Jennifer Gleason     73-72-73-76 294 +6  
65 Amie Cochran     72-70-75-77 294 +6  
65 Chris Brady     75-70-68-81 294 +6  
65 Joanne Morley     76-76-73-69 294 +6  
65 Song Choi     77-71-77-69 294 +6  
65 Allison Hanna-Williams     74-71-75-74 294 +6  
CUT Angie Hill     76-76-76-74 302 +14  
CUT Beth Bauer     76-77-75-74 302 +14  
CUT Nikki Garrett     70-83-77-72 302 +14  
CUT Brooke Tull     74-78-71-79 302 +14  
CUT Leah Hart     74-79-76-74 303 +15  
CUT Jin Hyun Kim     77-78-74-74 303 +15  
CUT Lisa Ferrero     79-74-78-72 303 +15  
CUT Celeste Troche     74-78-71-78 301 +13  
CUT Lauren Espinosa     75-71-76-78 300 +12  
CUT Jamie Hullett     71-73-79-77 300 +12  
CUT Kim Williams     74-73-77-76 300 +12  
CUT Mandy Goins     73-75-80-73 301 +13  
CUT Lori Atsedes     75-74-76-76 301 +13  
CUT Isabelle Beisiegel     76-73-77-75 301 +13  
CUT Siew-Ai Lim     76-74-76-75 301 +13  
CUT Sae Hee Son     75-77-77-74 303 +15  
CUT Ashley Gomes     78-74-81-76 309 +21  
CUT Caryn Wilson     76-80-77-76 309 +21  
CUT *Manuela Maria Tarazona     78-76-76-76 306 +18  
CUT Vanessa Brockett     79-77-74-79 309 +21  
CUT Caroline Larsson     76-81-86-79 322 +34  
CUT Shayna Miyajima     80-73-80-78 311 +23  
CUT Christi Cano     71-78-80-80 309 +21  
CUT Kiran Matharu     83-74-71-77 305 +17  
CUT A.J. Eathorne     73-77-77-77 304 +16  
CUT Lee-Anne Pace     81-74-72-77 304 +16  
CUT Patricia Baxter-Johnson     79-79-71-75 304 +16  
CUT Anastasia Kostina     77-71-77-79 304 +16  
CUT Michelle Simpson     76-77-77-75 305 +17  
CUT Danah Ford     81-75-75-74 305 +17  
CUT Hana Chae     76-72-73-83 304 +16  
CUT Riko Higashio     76-74-76-74 300 +12  
CUT LeAnna Wicks     77-71-72-76 296 +8  
CUT Misun Cho     73-74-76-73 296 +8  
CUT Irene Cho     73-76-77-70 296 +8  
CUT Paula Marti     75-72-73-76 296 +8  
CUT Whitney Wade     75-75-75-72 297 +9  
CUT Vikki Laing     76-77-74-70 297 +9  
CUT Adrienne White     70-74-74-78 296 +8  
CUT Paige Mackenzie     75-74-78-69 296 +8  
CUT Samantha Head     73-74-76-72 295 +7  
CUT Hanna Kang     73-76-74-72 295 +7  
CUT Annie Young     79-72-74-70 295 +7  
CUT Yeon Joo Lee     74-75-72-74 295 +7  
CUT Eileen Vargas     73-70-76-76 295 +7  
CUT Dana Je     77-72-70-76 295 +7  
CUT Jean Bartholomew     76-72-73-74 295 +7  
CUT Sarah Huarte     74-74-77-72 297 +9  
CUT Jennifer Ackerson     74-75-76-74 299 +11  
CUT Kim Welch     76-73-76-74 299 +11  
CUT Jin Y. Pak     76-75-77-72 300 +12  
CUT Pornanong Phatlum     75-78-71-75 299 +11  
CUT Christina Lecuyer     71-72-78-78 299 +11  
CUT Kelly Cap     74-73-75-77 299 +11  
CUT Shinah Ham     81-71-72-75 299 +11  
CUT Ashley Prange     76-73-76-74 299 +11  
CUT Rachel Bailey     72-74-74-77 297 +9  
CUT Catherine Matranga     74-75-74-74 297 +9  
CUT Janell Howland     74-72-78-73 297 +9  
CUT Mo Martin     77-71-77-73 298 +10  
CUT Kelly Lagedrost     76-71-76-75 298 +10  
CUT Sophia Sheridan     76-73-74-75 298 +10  
CUT D'Rae Ward     78-72-74-74 298 +10  
WD Natalie Tucker     79-81-84 244 +28  
WD Diane Irvin     83-76-75 234 +18  

 

Park holds two-stroke lead at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament

DAYTONA BEACH , Fla. , Nov. 30, 2007 – For the third straight day, LPGA Tour rookie Jane Park and 10-year Tour veteran Kelli Kuehne are atop the leaderboard at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. Park (65-70-71=206, -10) holds the third-round lead following a 1-under-par 71 on Friday, two-strokes ahead of Kuehne (67-71-70=208, -8), who carded a 2-under-par 70.

The 90-hole tournament is staged at LPGA International, where 137 players 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-17 finishers will earn exempt status for the 2008 Tour season, while the next 35 will earn conditional status.

Park, who jumped out to an early lead on Wednesday following a first-round 65, has led after each of the first three rounds. Playing the Champions Course on Friday, she registered birdies on hole seven, a 377-yard par-4 and hole 18, a 395-yard par-4. The lone blemish on her card came on hole 14, a par-3, where she made bogey.

“Once I sank my last putt, I realized how cold it was. Each hole was literally playing 20 yards longer,” Park said, hinting at the windy and wet conditions that players faced on Friday. “I hit 5-iron into greens I was hitting 9-iron into yesterday. It was much tougher and didn't really allow us to attack. I was very pleased with my round and pleased to be under par, again.”

Kuehne, who has been in second place following each of the first three rounds, carded a 2-under-par 70 in the third round. The 1999 LPGA Corning Classic champion made the turn at 1-under-par for the day on the Champions Course following a birdie on the third hole, a 179-yard par-3. She recorded birdies on hole 10, a 338-yard par-4 and hole 13, a 533-yard par-5, before a bogey on hole 15 set her back to 2-under 70 for the day.

“I played well and gave myself opportunities. I hit it close and, if I didn't make it, I was able to tap it in,” Kuehne said. “It was definitely longer and we played into the wind more, but I was hitting it well enough and my shots were on-line. I just want to take it one day at a time, make pars and post rounds under par.

Columbia's Carolina Llano (69-71-69=209, -7) fired a 3-under-par 69 on Friday to move into solo third place, while four players – Nicole Hage, Liz Janangelo, Hannah Jun and Meredith Duncan – are tied for fourth place at 5-under-par 211.

Two golfers recorded holes-in-one on Friday: Michelle Ellis aced the sixth hole on the Champions Course with a 7-iron from 140 yards, and Shayna Miyajima, of Hawaii, hit a 19-degree rescue from 174 yards to ace hole 12 on the Legends Course.

The players have been split between LPGA International Champions and Legends courses and will be repaired by scores for the fourth round based on the course they started on the first round.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional—31 from Rancho Mirage; 34 from Venice—advanced to the final stage and join 62 current LPGA Tour members, who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2008. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list.

Consistent with the LPGA's history of showcasing the very best players from around the world, the 137-player field features 62 international players from 22 countries outside the United States. South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Australia (10), Sweden (5) Canada (4) and Thailand (4). Remaining countries represented include England (3), South Africa (2), Spain (2); and one player represents each of the following countries: Argentina; China; France; India; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Paraguay; Russia; Scotland; Taiwan; and Venezuela.

2007 Final Q-School
Friday, November 30, 2007
Round 3 Summary
LPGA International Golf and Country Club Daytona Beach FLORIDA

* - Amateur
1 Jane Park 65-70-71 206 -10
2 Kelli Kuehne 67-71-70 208 -8
3 Carolina Llano 69-71-69 209 -7
4 Hannah Jun 73-67-71 211 -5
  Meredith Duncan 69-71-71 211 -5
  Nicole Hage 71-72-68 211 -5
  Liz Janangelo 70-71-70 211 -5
8 Anna Grzebien 70-72-70 212 -4
  Ashleigh Simon 70-70-72 212 -4
  Su A Kim 70-72-70 212 -4
  Angela Jerman 72-73-67 212 -4
  Taylor Leon 73-71-68 212 -4
13 Russy Gulyanamitta 69-72-72 213 -3
  Jacqueline Yang 69-73-71 213 -3
  Hee Young Park 72-67-74 213 -3
  Tracy Hanson 73-66-74 213 -3
  Becky Lucidi 72-71-70 213 -3
  Chris Brady 75-70-68 213 -3
  Beth Allen 71-71-71 213 -3
  Sophie Giquel 72-70-71 213 -3
21 Emma Cabrera-Bello 73-69-72 214 -2
  Hwan Hee Lee 70-71-73 214 -2
  Danielle Downey 72-71-71 214 -2
  Nina Reis 73-71-70 214 -2
  *Shanshan Feng 72-72-70 214 -2
26 Virada Nirapathpongporn 71-72-72 215 -1
  Maru Martinez 72-71-72 215 -1
  Yani Tseng 70-73-72 215 -1
  Sarah Kemp 71-70-74 215 -1
  Na Yeon Choi 68-74-73 215 -1
  Eun Jung Yi 73-72-70 215 -1
  Lisa Fernandes 74-73-68 215 -1
  Amy Yang 72-73-70 215 -1
  Louise Friberg 71-73-71 215 -1
  Sarah-Jane Kenyon 73-71-71 215 -1
36 Sofie Andersson 73-69-74 216 E
  Kristina Tucker 70-76-70 216 E
  Audra Burks 74-73-69 216 E
39 Amie Cochran 72-70-75 217 +1
  Sarah Lynn Sargent 69-71-77 217 +1
  Michelle Ellis 75-71-71 217 +1
  Anna Rawson 72-73-72 217 +1
43 Clarissa Childs 71-73-74 218 +2
  Leah Wigger 72-73-73 218 +2
  Anja Monke 72-70-76 218 +2
  Adrienne White 70-74-74 218 +2
  Jennifer Gleason 73-72-73 218 +2
  *Sandra Gal 76-70-72 218 +2
  Louise Stahle 75-72-71 218 +2
  Brandi Jackson 77-68-73 218 +2
  Sarah Oh 70-76-72 218 +2
52 Eileen Vargas 73-70-76 219 +3
  Hana Kim 71-74-74 219 +3
  Lee Ann Walker-Cooper 74-71-74 219 +3
  May Wood 72-71-76 219 +3
  Cindy Pasechnik 73-69-77 219 +3
  Song Hee Kim 74-68-77 219 +3
  Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff 69-74-76 219 +3
  Na Ri Kim 74-73-72 219 +3
  *Kristie Smith 74-74-71 219 +3
  Dana Je 77-72-70 219 +3
  Simi Mehra 73-74-72 219 +3
  Onnarin Sattayabanphot 74-71-74 219 +3
  Nicole Jeray 74-71-74 219 +3
  Jeanne Cho-Hunicke 71-76-72 219 +3
66 Rachel Bailey 72-74-74 220 +4
  Allison Hanna-Williams 74-71-75 220 +4
  LeAnna Wicks 77-71-72 220 +4
  Paula Marti 75-72-73 220 +4
70 Kristen Samp 74-73-74 221 +5
  Jimin Jeong 74-74-73 221 +5
  Christina Lecuyer 71-72-78 221 +5
  Nontaya Srisawang 73-71-77 221 +5
  Tiffany Tavee 77-71-73 221 +5
  Yeon Joo Lee 74-75-72 221 +5
  Hana Chae 76-72-73 221 +5
  Jean Bartholomew 76-72-73 221 +5
78 Lauren Espinosa 75-71-76 222 +6
  Jennifer Greggain 73-74-75 222 +6
  Kelly Cap 74-73-75 222 +6
81 Misun Cho 73-74-76 223 +7
  Kelly Lagedrost 76-71-76 223 +7
  Jamie Hullett 71-73-79 223 +7
  Samantha Head 73-74-76 223 +7
  Hanna Kang 73-76-74 223 +7
  Brooke Tull 74-78-71 223 +7
  Celeste Troche 74-78-71 223 +7
  Catherine Matranga 74-75-74 223 +7
  Sophia Sheridan 76-73-74 223 +7
90 Kim Williams 74-73-77 224 +8
  Janell Howland 74-72-78 224 +8
  D'Rae Ward 78-72-74 224 +8
  Pornanong Phatlum 75-78-71 224 +8
  Shinah Ham 81-71-72 224 +8
95 Mo Martin 77-71-77 225 +9
  Jennifer Ackerson 74-75-76 225 +9
  Song Choi 77-71-77 225 +9
  Sarah Huarte 74-74-77 225 +9
  Anastasia Kostina 77-71-77 225 +9
  Lori Atsedes 75-74-76 225 +9
  Annie Young 79-72-74 225 +9
  Joanne Morley 76-76-73 225 +9
  Whitney Wade 75-75-75 225 +9
  Ashley Prange 76-73-76 225 +9
  Kim Welch 76-73-76 225 +9
106 Irene Cho 73-76-77 226 +10
  Isabelle Beisiegel 76-73-77 226 +10
  Siew-Ai Lim 76-74-76 226 +10
  Riko Higashio 76-74-76 226 +10
110 Paige Mackenzie 75-74-78 227 +11
  A.J. Eathorne 73-77-77 227 +11
  Lee-Anne Pace 81-74-72 227 +11
  Vikki Laing 76-77-74 227 +11
114 Jin Y. Pak 76-75-77 228 +12
  Mandy Goins 73-75-80 228 +12
  Kiran Matharu 83-74-71 228 +12
  Beth Bauer 76-77-75 228 +12
  Angie Hill 76-76-76 228 +12
119 Sae Hee Son 75-77-77 229 +13
  Christi Cano 71-78-80 229 +13
  Patricia Baxter-Johnson 79-79-71 229 +13
  Jin Hyun Kim 77-78-74 229 +13
  Leah Hart 74-79-76 229 +13
124 Nikki Garrett 70-83-77 230 +14
  Michelle Simpson 76-77-77 230 +14
  Vanessa Brockett 79-77-74 230 +14
  *Manuela Maria Tarazona 78-76-76 230 +14
128 Lisa Ferrero 79-74-78 231 +15
  Danah Ford 81-75-75 231 +15
130 Ashley Gomes 78-74-81 233 +17
  Caryn Wilson 76-80-77 233 +17
  Shayna Miyajima 80-73-80 233 +17
133 Caroline Larsson        76-81-86  243 +27
WD Diane Irvin 83-76-75 234 +18
WD Natalie Tucker 79-81-84 244 +28

 

Park maintains lead at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, Kuehne three behind

DAYTONA BEACH , Fla. , Nov. 29, 2007 – LPGA Tour rookie Jane Park (65-70=137, -9) maintained her first-round lead at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament on Thursday, as she carded a second-round 2-under-par 70 to climb to a three-stroke lead over 10-year Tour veteran Kelli Kuehne (67-71=138, -6). Park and Kuehne remain in first and second places, respectively, after 36 holes of play at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.

The 90-hole tournament is staged at LPGA International, where 137 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-17 finishers will earn exempt status for the 2008 Tour season, while the next 35 will earn conditional status.

Playing on the Legends Course, Park quickly recovered from a bogey on the first hole with an ensuing birdie on the next. She notched back-to-back birdies on holes four and five before carding her second bogey of the day on the par-4, 369-yard eighth hole. After making the turn, the 2004 U.S. Women's Amateur champion clinched her fourth and final birdie on the 12 th hole.

“A 70 is definitely not 65, but I'm very pleased with my score. I was able to pull out another sub-par round, and overall, I'm very pleased with how I played,” Park said. “I think of it as one day at a time. After I shot 65, I quickly erased it from mind. You have to come out with the mindset that everyone starts at even-par. Tomorrow I am looking to do the same thing I've been doing. It's just one shot at a time. I want to clean the slate and go out there and get another sub-par round.”

Kuehne carded a 1-under-par 71 on Thursday to tie for the lead after coming into the round two-strokes behind first-round leader Jane Park. Kuehne, who played on the Legends Course, recorded three birdies to go along with two bogeys on the day. After bogeying the par-5, 527-yard second hole, she made birdies on holes five and seven to make the turn at 1-under. On the back nine, she birdied the 10 th hole and followed with a bogey on the 12 th, but played even on the remaining six holes to finish the day with her second consecutive sub-par round.

“I've had some really good prep work coming into this event. For the past seven weeks, I've been on a mission to get ready for this, and I feel like I'm ready. Hopefully, this turns out the way that I planned for, but I'll accept my fate whatever may come of it,” Kuehne said. “Tracy Phillips is on my bag this week, and he caddied for me in 1999 and 2000. He's been coaching me for 17 years, and when I won the U.S. Girls' Junior. It's good to have him back this week.”

Daytona Beach local Tracy Hanson (73-66=139, -5) went bogey free on the Legends Course en route to firing a field-low 66, and jumped from a tie for 45 th to a share of third place with Hee Young Park (72-67=139).

“I played patient golf. I missed a couple of greens early and had three or four key up and downs for par. I putted really well, had a lot of birdie chances and made a good portion of them,” Hanson said. “It helps that I've played the course a lot and I'm from the area. I probably saw the lines a lot better than some of the other players.”

Sarah Lynn Sargent, Carolina Llano, Meredith Duncan, Hannah Jun and Ashleigh Simon are tied for fifth place at 4-under-par 140.

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 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.  The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional—31 from Rancho Mirage; 34 from Venice—advanced to the final stage and join 62 current LPGA Tour members who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2008.  The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15 th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list. 

Consistent with the LPGA's history of showcasing the very best players from around the world, the 137-player field features 62 international players from 22 countries outside the United States.  South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Australia (10), Sweden (5) Canada (4) and Thailand (4).  Remaining countries represented include England (3), South Africa (2), Spain (2); and one player represents each of the following countries:  Argentina; China; France; India; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Paraguay; Russia; Scotland; Taiwan; and Venezuela.

 

2007 Final Q-School
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Round 2 Summary
LPGA International Golf and Country Club Daytona Beach FLORIDA

* - Amateur
 
1 Jane Park     65-70 135 -9  
2 Kelli Kuehne     67-71 138 -6  
3 Hee Young Park     72-67 139 -5  
3 Tracy Hanson     73-66 139 -5  
5 Sarah Lynn Sargent     69-71 140 -4  
5 Carolina Llano     69-71 140 -4  
5 Meredith Duncan     69-71 140 -4  
5 Hannah Jun     73-67 140 -4  
5 Ashleigh Simon     70-70 140 -4  
10 Hwan Hee Lee     70-71 141 -3  
10 Russy Gulyanamitta     69-72 141 -3  
10 Sarah Kemp     71-70 141 -3  
10 Liz Janangelo     70-71 141 -3  
14 Su A Kim     70-72 142 -2  
14 Beth Allen     71-71 142 -2  
14 Anja Monke     72-70 142 -2  
14 Na Yeon Choi     68-74 142 -2  
14 Jacqueline Yang     69-73 142 -2  
14 Anna Grzebien     70-72 142 -2  
14 Cindy Pasechnik     73-69 142 -2  
14 Sofie Andersson     73-69 142 -2  
14 Song Hee Kim     74-68 142 -2  
14 Amie Cochran     72-70 142 -2  
14 Sophie Giquel     72-70 142 -2  
14 Emma Cabrera-Bello     73-69 142 -2  
26 Virada Nirapathpongporn     71-72 143 -1  
26 Nicole Hage     71-72 143 -1  
26 Christina Lecuyer     71-72 143 -1  
26 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff     69-74 143 -1  
26 Yani Tseng     70-73 143 -1  
26 Maru Martinez     72-71 143 -1  
26 Eileen Vargas     73-70 143 -1  
26 Becky Lucidi     72-71 143 -1  
26 May Wood     72-71 143 -1  
26 Danielle Downey     72-71 143 -1  
36 Jamie Hullett     71-73 144 E  
36 Louise Friberg     71-73 144 E  
36 Adrienne White     70-74 144 E  
36 Clarissa Childs     71-73 144 E  
36 *Shanshan Feng     72-72 144 E  
36 Nontaya Srisawang     73-71 144 E  
36 Taylor Leon     73-71 144 E  
36 Sarah-Jane Kenyon     73-71 144 E  
36 Nina Reis     73-71 144 E  
45 Anna Rawson     72-73 145 +1  
45 Angela Jerman     72-73 145 +1  
45 Eun Jung Yi     73-72 145 +1  
45 Hana Kim     71-74 145 +1  
45 Leah Wigger     72-73 145 +1  
45 Amy Yang     72-73 145 +1  
45 Jennifer Gleason     73-72 145 +1  
45 Nicole Jeray     74-71 145 +1  
45 Chris Brady     75-70 145 +1  
45 Brandi Jackson     77-68 145 +1  
45 Allison Hanna-Williams     74-71 145 +1  
45 Lee Ann Walker-Cooper     74-71 145 +1  
45 Onnarin Sattayabanphot     74-71 145 +1  
58 Rachel Bailey     72-74 146 +2  
58 Kristina Tucker     70-76 146 +2  
58 Sarah Oh     70-76 146 +2  
58 Janell Howland     74-72 146 +2  
58 *Sandra Gal     76-70 146 +2  
58 Michelle Ellis     75-71 146 +2  
58 Lauren Espinosa     75-71 146 +2  
65 Misun Cho     73-74 147 +3  
65 Kim Williams     74-73 147 +3  
65 Kelly Cap     74-73 147 +3  
65 Jennifer Greggain     73-74 147 +3  
65 Jeanne Cho-Hunicke     71-76 147 +3  
65 Simi Mehra     73-74 147 +3  
65 Samantha Head     73-74 147 +3  
65 Louise Stahle     75-72 147 +3  
65 Paula Marti     75-72 147 +3  
65 Kelly Lagedrost     76-71 147 +3  
65 Na Ri Kim     74-73 147 +3  
65 Kristen Samp     74-73 147 +3  
65 Audra Burks     74-73 147 +3  
65 Lisa Fernandes     74-73 147 +3  
79 Sarah Huarte     74-74 148 +4  
79 Hana Chae     76-72 148 +4  
79 Jimin Jeong     74-74 148 +4  
79 Mandy Goins     73-75 148 +4  
79 *Kristie Smith     74-74 148 +4  
79 Jean Bartholomew     76-72 148 +4  
79 Tiffany Tavee     77-71 148 +4  
79 LeAnna Wicks     77-71 148 +4  
79 Song Choi     77-71 148 +4  
79 Mo Martin     77-71 148 +4  
79 Anastasia Kostina     77-71 148 +4  
90 Jennifer Ackerson     74-75 149 +5  
90 Catherine Matranga     74-75 149 +5  
90 Yeon Joo Lee     74-75 149 +5  
90 Christi Cano     71-78 149 +5  
90 Hanna Kang     73-76 149 +5  
90 Irene Cho     73-76 149 +5  
90 Paige Mackenzie     75-74 149 +5  
90 Ashley Prange     76-73 149 +5  
90 Sophia Sheridan     76-73 149 +5  
90 Dana Je     77-72 149 +5  
90 Lori Atsedes     75-74 149 +5  
90 Isabelle Beisiegel     76-73 149 +5  
90 Kim Welch     76-73 149 +5  
103 Whitney Wade     75-75 150 +6  
  A.J. Eathorne     73-77 150 +6  
  Riko Higashio     76-74 150 +6  
  D'Rae Ward     78-72 150 +6  
  Siew-Ai Lim     76-74 150 +6  
108 Jin Y. Pak     76-75 151 +7  
  Annie Young     79-72 151 +7  
110 Sae Hee Son     75-77 152 +8  
  Brooke Tull     74-78 152 +8  
  Celeste Troche     74-78 152 +8  
  Angie Hill     76-76 152 +8  
  Shinah Ham     81-71 152 +8  
  Ashley Gomes     78-74 152 +8  
  Joanne Morley     76-76 152 +8  
117 Pornanong Phatlum     75-78 153 +9  
  Vikki Laing     76-77 153 +9  
  Nikki Garrett     70-83 153 +9  
  Leah Hart     74-79 153 +9  
  Lisa Ferrero     79-74 153 +9  
  Shayna Miyajima     80-73 153 +9  
  Michelle Simpson     76-77 153 +9  
  Beth Bauer     76-77 153 +9  
125 *Manuela Maria Tarazona     78-76 154 +10  
126 Jin Hyun Kim     77-78 155 +11  
  Lee-Anne Pace     81-74 155 +11  
128 Caryn Wilson     76-80 156 +12  
  Vanessa Brockett     79-77 156 +12  
  Danah Ford     81-75 156 +12  
131 Caroline Larsson     76-81 157 +13  
  Kiran Matharu     83-74 157 +13  
133 Patricia Baxter-Johnson     79-79 158 +14  
134 Diane Irvin     83-76 159 +15  
135 Natalie Tucker     79-81 160 +16  

 

Park takes early lead at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, Kuehne two back

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Nov. 28, 2007 – LPGA Tour rookie Jane Park (33-32) carded a field-low, 7-under-par 65 in the first round of the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament on Wednesday at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., and holds a two-stroke lead over 10-year Tour veteran Kelli Kuehne (32-35).

The 90-hole tournament is staged at LPGA International, where 137 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-17 finishers will earn exempt status for the 2008 Tour season, while the next 35 will earn conditional status.

Park, who earned non-exempt status for the LPGA Tour at the 2006 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, played in 11 events this season and her best finish was a tie for 17th at the Sybase Classic Presented by ShopRite in May. On Wednesday, she took her first step toward retaining her Tour card on her very first hole – the 10th of the Legends Course – where she used her 9-iron from 128 yards for an eagle, marking the lone eagle of the day. She followed with a birdie on the 12th hole to drop to 3-under, but then lit up the front nine with five birdies, including three straight on holes two, three and four. Park's lone bogey came on the par-5, 487-yard eighth hole.

“I have really been working on just keeping the ball in the fairway. I am hitting the ball very well right now and so I was very fortunate to make the putts that were makeable today. Putting on Bermuda greens is really tough because I come from Southern California and the grass there is bent,” Park said. “I just don't want to get ahead of myself. I'm going to put my round today in the past. Tomorrow is a whole new day and everyone is playing on the same golf courses. I'm just going to go out there and try to do my best like I did today.”

Kuehne began her first round on the 10th tee of the Champions Course and rattled off consecutive birdies on her first three holes. With her fourth birdie on the 17th hole, Kuehne made the turn at 4-under before carding her final birdie on the first hole en route to a bogey-free round.

“I got off to a good start and had a lot of chances today, the course was nice to me. But I have to keep in mind that this is a five-day event, and come out again tomorrow and hit fairways and greens and make my putts. I'm here with the mindset that I already have status, so that puts less pressure on me. I know that I have a place to play,” Kuehne said. “I'll just play my best, accept my fate, and hopefully get through to the end.”

Rounding out the top-three on the leaderboard with a 4-under-par 68 is South Korean Na Yeon Choi (35-33), who also played on the Champions Course. Choi began her round on the back nine, where she notched a single birdie on the 17th hole. After bogeying the third hole, her 12th hole of the day, Choi rebounded with a birdie on the very next hole, and then carded three straight on holes six, seven and eight.

“I played good today. The course was wide, and that suits my game. Tomorrow's course, Legends, is more narrow and I have to concentrate and focus,” Choi said.

Two LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournaments in Rancho Mirage, Calif., and Venice, Fla., were held to help determine the field for the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. The top-30 finishers and ties from each sectional—31 from Rancho Mirage; 34 from Venice—advanced to the final stage and join 62 current LPGA Tour members who are trying to improve or retain their playing status for 2008. The field is completed by the eligible players who finished sixth through 15th on the final 2007 Duramed Futures Tour money list.

Consistent with the LPGA's history of showcasing the very best players from around the world, the 137-player field features 62 international players from 22 countries outside the United States. South Korea is represented by the most international players with 16, followed by Australia (10), Sweden (5) Canada (4) and Thailand (4). Remaining countries represented include England (3), South Africa (2), Spain (2); and one player represents each of the following countries: Argentina; China; France; India; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Paraguay; Russia; Scotland; Taiwan; and Venezuela.

2007 Final Q-School
LPGA International, Daytona Beach, FL
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Results-Round 1
* - Amateur

1 Jane Park     65 -7
2 Kelli Kuehne     67 -5
3 Na Yeon Choi     68 -4
4 Russy Gulyanamitta     69 -3
4 Sarah Lynn Sargent     69 -3
4 Meredith Duncan     69 -3
4 Carolina Llano     69 -3
4 Sukjin Lee Wuesthoff     69 -3
4 Jacqueline Yang     69 -3
10 Su A Kim     70 -2
10 Hwan Hee Lee     70 -2
10 Yani Tseng     70 -2
10 Nikki Garrett     70 -2
10 Anna Grzebien     70 -2
10 Ashleigh Simon     70 -2
10 Adrienne White     70 -2
10 Kristina Tucker     70 -2
10 Liz Janangelo     70 -2
10 Sarah Oh     70 -2
20 Clarissa Childs     71 -1
20 Christi Cano     71 -1
20 Sarah Kemp     71 -1
20 Virada Nirapathpongporn     71 -1
20 Beth Allen     71 -1
20 Jeanne Cho-Hunicke     71 -1
20 Louise Friberg     71 -1
20 Jamie Hullett     71 -1
20 Nicole Hage     71 -1
20 Hana Kim     71 -1
20 Christina Lecuyer     71 -1
31 May Wood     72 E
31 Maru Martinez     72 E
31 Anja Monke     72 E
31 Rachel Bailey     72 E
31 Amy Yang     72 E
31 Hee Young Park     72 E
31 Sophie Giquel     72 E
31 Amie Cochran     72 E
31 Danielle Downey     72 E
31 Leah Wigger     72 E
31 Anna Rawson     72 E
31 Becky Lucidi     72 E
31 *Shanshan Feng     72 E
31 Angela Jerman     72 E
45 Samantha Head     73 +1
45 Cindy Pasechnik     73 +1
45 Nina Reis     73 +1
45 Sarah-Jane Kenyon     73 +1
45 Taylor Leon     73 +1
45 Eileen Vargas     73 +1
45 Eun Jung Yi     73 +1
45 Hannah Jun     73 +1
45 Irene Cho     73 +1
45 Mandy Goins     73 +1
45 Hanna Kang     73 +1
45 Jennifer Gleason     73 +1
45 Jennifer Greggain     73 +1
45 Emma Cabrera-Bello     73 +1
45 Misun Cho     73 +1
45 Sofie Andersson     73 +1
45 Simi Mehra     73 +1
45 A.J. Eathorne     73 +1
45 Nontaya Srisawang     73 +1
45 Tracy Hanson     73 +1
65 Lee Ann Walker-Cooper     74 +2
65 Kim Williams     74 +2
65 Audra Burks     74 +2
65 Allison Hanna-Williams     74 +2
65 Jimin Jeong     74 +2
65 Nicole Jeray     74 +2
65 Lisa Fernandes     74 +2
65 Catherine Matranga     74 +2
65 Celeste Troche     74 +2
65 Yeon Joo Lee     74 +2
65 Janell Howland     74 +2
65 Na Ri Kim     74 +2
65 *Kristie Smith     74 +2
65 Onnarin Sattayabanphot     74 +2
65 Brooke Tull     74 +2
65 Jennifer Ackerson     74 +2
65 Kelly Cap     74 +2
65 Sarah Huarte     74 +2
65 Song Hee Kim     74 +2
65 Kristen Samp     74 +2
65 Leah Hart     74 +2
86 Lauren Espinosa     75 +3
86 Sae Hee Son     75 +3
86 Michelle Ellis     75 +3
86 Paige Mackenzie     75 +3
86 Paula Marti     75 +3
86 Chris Brady     75 +3
86 Pornanong Phatlum     75 +3
86 Lori Atsedes     75 +3
86 Whitney Wade     75 +3
86 Louise Stahle     75 +3
96 Michelle Simpson     76 +4
96 Vikki Laing     76 +4
96 Kim Welch     76 +4
96 Beth Bauer     76 +4
96 *Sandra Gal     76 +4
96 Joanne Morley     76 +4
96 Ashley Prange     76 +4
96 Sophia Sheridan     76 +4
96 Jean Bartholomew     76 +4
96 Hana Chae     76 +4
96 Riko Higashio     76 +4
96 Angie Hill     76 +4
96 Siew-Ai Lim     76 +4
96 Caryn Wilson     76 +4
96 Kelly Lagedrost     76 +4
96 Isabelle Beisiegel     76 +4
96 Caroline Larsson     76 +4
96 Jin Y. Pak     76 +4
114 Jin Hyun Kim     77 +5
114 Brandi Jackson     77 +5
114 LeAnna Wicks     77 +5
114 Tiffany Tavee     77 +5
114 Anastasia Kostina     77 +5
114 Dana Je     77 +5
114 Mo Martin     77 +5
114 Song Choi     77 +5
122 *Manuela Maria Tarazona     78 +6
122 Ashley Gomes     78 +6
122 D'Rae Ward     78 +6
125 Patricia Baxter-Johnson     79 +7
125 Natalie Tucker     79 +7
125 Lisa Ferrero     79 +7
125 Vanessa Brockett     79 +7
125 Annie Young     79 +7
130 Shayna Miyajima     80 +8
131 Lee-Anne Pace     81 +9
131 Danah Ford     81 +9
131 Shinah Ham     81 +9
134 Kiran Matharu     83 +11
134 Diane Irvin     83 +11
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