RACE TO THE CME GLOBE UPDATE
The first round of play saw the top-3 in the Race to the CME Globe struggle, giving the other six competitors a chance to catch up in the standings. Shanshan Feng’s tournament lead moves her to the top of the race today and with no worse than a fourth-place finish in her last six tournaments, the Race to the CME Globe title is certainly a real possibility.
|Projected Finish||Name||Reset Points||Projected Final Points||Current Tournament Position|
|2||Ha Na Jang||3600||5400||T4th|
|4||Sei Young Kim||3200||5000||T4th|
|7||In Gee Chun||2000||3800||T4th|
TIGHT RACE FOR THE VARE TROPHY
In Gee Chun’s 4-under (68) in the first round of the CME Group Tour Championship was just enough to overtake Lydia Ko’s .021 point lead in the Vare Trophy race, awarded to the player with the lowest scoring average for the season. Chun holds a .006 point lead with three rounds to play.
|Vare Trophy Rank||Name||Scoring Average||Previous Rank|
|1||In Gee Chun||69.609||2nd|
|3||Ha Na Jang||69.825||3rd|