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HOW THE RACE TO THE CME GLOBE WORKS:
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.” The 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.
Following the Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex, LPGA Members who meet the entry criteria for the CME Group Tour Championship will be seeded based on their position on the Race to the CME Globe Points Standings. Points for each Member will then be reset for the CME Group Tour Championship based on the points reset table.
More details and points breakdowns >>
Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends
Fans will also have one more exciting race to follow throughout the 2014 season with “Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends,” a season-long charity program that will be tied into the Race to the CME Globe. Each Saturday and Sunday at LPGA tournaments, CME Group will donate $1,000 to Wounded Warrior Project® for each eagle that is recorded. This amount will increase to $5,000 for each eagle during the weekend of the CME Group Tour Championship and a formal check will be presented to the Wounded Warrior Project® during the trophy ceremony at the CME Group Tour Championship.
After the HSBC Women's Champions:
Six total eagles were made over the weekend at the HSBC Women’s Champions and players raised $6,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project as part of the season-long Wounded Warrior Project® Weekends. The six eagles this weekend pushes the season-total to $52,000.
Wounded Warrior Project's Dan Nevins reacts to Wounded Warrior Weekends
Dan Nevins joined us at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic to help get Wounded Warrior Weekends started. Part of the Race to the CME Globe includes a $1,000 donation per eagle made on the weekend. The first eagle of the program was a hole-in-one by Karine Icher.