Jenny Shin

Korea, Republic of

5'4"

2011

$1,085,058.00

Torrance High School

Race to CME Globe

23

Rolex Ranking™

59

Jenny Shin News

Surviving a Rookie Season

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For several rookies on the LPGA Tour the increased attention from fans, exhilarating atmosphere, tiresome travel schedule, loads of rookie meetings and initial shock of being on tour can be slightly overwhelming.

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Rolex Rankings Move of the Week: Angela Stanford

Angela Stanford had the Rolex Rankings Move of the Week with her win at the HSBC Women's Champions 2012 moving three spots to No. 14. Stanford earned her fifth-career LPGA title.

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HSBC Women's Champions -- Third-round notes and interviews

Rolex Rankings No. 17 Angela Stanford, No. 65 Katie Futcher and No. 98 Jenny Shin remain in a tie atop the HSBC Women’s Champions leaderboard after three rounds with some of the Tour’s biggest names lurking close behind. The trio leads China’s Shanshan Feng by two shots and Rolex Rankings No. 1 Yani Tseng, No. 2 Na Yeon Choi and No. 7 Jiyai Shin by three shots with 18 holes remaining at the fifth-edition of the Singapore-based tournament.

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HSBC Women's Champions Final Round Notes and Interviews

Angela Stanford earned her fifth-career LPGA title and added Champion of Champions to her resume with a victory at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore. She joins a world-class list of past champions that include Lorena Ochoa (2008), Jiyai Shin (2009), Ai Miyazato (2010) and Karrie Webb (2011). “I feel extremely honored to be in that group of golfers and women, and to be the first American to get to win here is pretty special,” she said.

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Second-round notes and interviews

Angela Stanford, Katie Futcher and Jenny Shin are in a three-way tie for the second-round lead at the fifth-annual HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore. The trio enters the weekend tied at 8-under-par 136 with a three-shot advantage over Hee Young Park, Na Yeon Choi and 2010 HSBC winner Ai Miyazato. On a hot and humid day in Singapore, Shin and Futcher each carded 5-under-par 67’s to join first-round leader Stanford at the top of the leaderboard.

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