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The Aon Risk Reward Challenge is a unique, season-long competition across the PGA TOUR and LPGA that highlights the game’s best players as they navigate some of the most strategically challenging holes on tour.

Players will take their best two scores from each Aon Risk Reward Challenge hole, with the winners having the best average score to par at the end of the regular season.

The winner from both the PGA TOUR and the LPGA will take home the first-ever Aon trophy and an equal $1Million prize.

AON Risk Reward Challenge

Rank
1
Score
-1.5
Rank Name Score
2

Brittany Lincicome

-1
2

Eun-Hee Ji

-1
2

Shanshan Feng

-1
2

Stacy Lewis

-1

AON Risk Reward Challenge Hole Descriptions

Upcoming Risk Reward Holes

Par 416

Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions - Tranquilo Golf Club

This hole, a short dogleg right which is drivable for the longer players, provides a great risk-reward opportunity because of its two-tiered green and the angle at which it sits. To drive the green, the player must clear a bunker and a few trees on the right side of the fairway. The risk off the tee is a miss to the right or a shot that ends up in the bunker. Failure to reach the green can leave a tricky pitch shot into an elevated putting surface guarded by a large bunker on the right side.
Par 513

ISPS Handa Australia Women's Open - The Grange Golf Club

This is a challenging risk-reward par 5 where the green is reachable in two, given a well-placed tee shot. Players must navigate a central fairway bunker off the tee and choose whether to play over, left or right of the sand. Bunkering further down the fairway on the right influences the second shot, requiring players to decide whether to play it safe or go for the green. Bunkers are located on both sides of the green, placing a premium on accuracy if the player is to have a chance at an eagle putt.
Par 415

Honda LPGA Thailand - Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course

This hole, a drivable par 4, offers players a strong risk-reward opportunity. It will be played at just 265 yards for two of the four rounds during the tournament with accessible hole locations for a possible eagle or albatross. Weather permitting, the hole will be set up as drivable on Friday and Sunday.
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