Race to the CME Globe - Points Structure 2014

Basic Outline

The Race to the CME Globe is a season-long points competition in which LPGA Members accumulate points in every Official LPGA Tournament.  At the end of the season, the winning player will be named the “Race to the CME Globe Champion.

Season

The LPGA’s 2014 Race to the CME Globe competition begins with the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic in Paradise Island, Bahamas, continues through the Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex in Mexico, and concludes with the CME Group Tour Championship in Naples, Florida.

Points Eligibility

Points will be awarded to LPGA Members at all Official LPGA Tournaments in the following manner:

  • For all events with a cut, points will be awarded to Members who make the cut
  • For all events without a cut (except for the Lorena Ochoa Invitational) points will be awarded to Members who finish top 40 and ties
  • For the Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex, points will be awarded to Members who finish in the top 20 and ties

Points Distribution

  • The winner of each Official LPGA event will receive 500 Race to the CME Globe points
  • The five LPGA major championships will carry 25% more value and the winner of each LPGA major championship will receive 625 Race to the CME Globe points
  • Full point distribution tables are listed on the following pages

Note: Points for finish positions held by non-members will not be reallocated to the pool or allocated down to the next LPGA Member.

Note: Ties – Players tying for a finish position will each be awarded points for the tied position. Points will not be averaged and distributed to the tied positions.


Point Distribution by Finish Position

The table below shows the specific number of points awarded to each position in each type of LPGA tournament:

Finish
Position
LPGA Official
Events with a Cut
LPGA Major
Championship Events
LPGA Official Events
without a Cut
Lorena Ochoa
Invitational
 1
 500  625  500 500
 2  300  375  300 300
 3  190  238  190  190
 4  135  169 135
 135
 5  110 138
 110  110
 6  100  125  100  100
 7  90  113  90 90
 8  85  106  85  85
 9  80 100
 80  80
 10  75  94  75  75
 11  70  88  70  70
 12  65  81  65  65
 13  60  75  60  60
 14  57  71  57  57
 15 56
 70  56  56
 16  55  69 55
 55
 17  54  68  54 54
 18  53  66  53  53
 19  52  65  52  52
 20  51  64 51
 51
 21  50  63  50  -
 22 49
 61  49  -
 23  48  60  48  -
 24  47  59  47 -
 25  46  58 46 -
 26  45  56  45  -
 27  44 55
 44  -
 28  43  54  43  -
 29  42  53  42  -
 30  41 51
 41  -
 31  40 50  40  -
 32
39
49
39
 -
 33
38
48
38
 -
 34
37
46
37
 -
 35
36
45
36
 -
 36  35  44  35  -
 37  34  43 34  -
 38  33  41  33  -
 39  32  40  32  -
 40  31  39  31  -
 41  30  38  -  -
 42  29  36  -  -
 43  28  35  -  -
 44  27  34  -  -
 45  26  33  -  -
 46  25  31  -  -
 47  24  30  -  -
 48  23  29  -  -
 49  22  28  -  -
 50  21  26  -  -
 51  20  25  -  -
 52 19
 24  -  -
 53 18
 23  -  -
 54 17
 21  -  -
 55 16
 20  -  -
 56  15  19  -  -
 57  14  18  -  -
 58  13  16  -  -
 59  12  15  -  -
 60  11  14  -  -
 61  10  13  -  -
 62  9  11  -  -
 63  8  10  -  -
 64  7  9  -  -
 65 6
 8  -  -
 66  5  6  -  -
 67  4  5  -  -
 68  3  4  -  -
 69  2  3  -  -
 70+  1  2  -  -


Note (6): Finish positions 70 and higher carry the same point value.

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