Remember that incredible finish by Sei Young Kim who holed out for eagle to beat Inbee Park at the LOTTE Championship? Or Minjee Lee going 5-under in five holes to win at the Kingsmill Championship? How about Gerina Piller’s clutch putt on the final hole of her Sunday Singles Match at the Solheim Cup to keep the American hopes of winning alive?
Eight finalists have been named for the season-ending Kia Most Compelling Performance Award and the winner will be selected by fan voting. The winner of the 2015 Kia Most Compelling Performance Award will be announced November 18th at the final event of the season, the CME Group Tour Championship.
Between October 1st and October 19th, fans can vote at LPGA.com, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram for who had the most compelling performance of the season.
Here are this year’s nominees and the hashtags to cast your vote!
2015 Kia Most Compelling Performance Award Nominees:
Lydia Ko captured her sixth victory on the LPGA Tour with her two-stroke victory at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open.
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Cristie Kerr carded four straight birdies on the back nine on Sunday to hold of a charging Lydia Ko to win the Kia Classic, her 17th victory on the LPGA Tour and first win as a mother. Kerr’s win ended a 42-event winless streak for the veteran.
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SEI YOUNG KIM
2015 LPGA Rookie Sei Young Kim captured her second title on the LPGA Tour with a dramatic chip-in for eagle to beat Inbee Park on the first playoff hole of the LOTTE Championship Presented by Hershey.
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Rookie Minjee Lee posted three birdies and an eagle in a five-hole stretch to win in a Monday finish at the weather delayed Kingsmill Championship for her first victory on the LPGA Tour.
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Inbee Park won her third consecutive KPMG Women’s PGA Championship by matching the lowest scoring record in a major at 19-under par. With her win, Park became just the second player to win the same event three straight years, the only other player to do so was Annika Sorenstam.
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Chella Choi carded a final round 66 at the Marathon Classic Presented by Owens Corning & O-I to force a playoff with Ha Na Jang, defeating her on the first playoff hole for her first victory on the LPGA Tour. Choi’s first win came in her 157th start on Tour.
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After 10 years and 185 starts, Kris Tamulis captured her first win on the LPGA Tour at the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. Tamulis posted a final round 7-under 65 on Sunday to win by one-stroke ahead of Yani Tseng and Austin Ernst.
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Facing a nine-footer for par on the final hole of her singles match with Caroline Masson, Gerina Piller drained the putt to win the match 1-up and keep the American hopes of winning the cup alive, contributing to the biggest come from behind victory in the history of the Solheim Cup.
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After voting, fans can enter to win a trip to the CME Group Tour Championship, including round-trip airfare for two, hotel accommodations for five nights, a Kia automobile to use during the week, weekly passes to the tournament and more!