RACE TO THE CME GLOBE UPDATE
With Lydia Ko struggling on moving day, Ariya Jutanugarn took advantage with a bogey-free 66 to climb the leaderboard at the CME Group Tour Championship and retake the lead in the Race to the CME Globe projected standings. Both Ko and Jutanugarn control their own destiny and will take home the $1,000,000 prize with a win on Sunday. The second and third place finishers will take home $150,000 and $100,000, respectively.
|Projected Finish||Name||Reset Points||Projected Final Points||Current Tournament Position|
|5||In Gee Chun||2000||3800||T4th|
|6||Sei Young Kim||3200||3690||T12th|
|7||Ha Na Jang||3600||3600||T47th|
TIGHT RACE FOR VARE TROPHY
Lydia Ko and In Gee Chun are taking the battle for the Vare Trophy all the way to the final round of the 2016 season. Ko's 71 and Chun's 68 during the third round of the CME Group Tour Championship have brought their season scoring averages within 0.007 points, with Ko holding a slim lead.
|Vare Trophy Rank||Name||Scoring Average||Previous Rank|
|2||In Gee Chun||69.577||2nd|
Rolex Player Of the Year Update
The Rolex Player of the Year will be decided on Sunday of the CME Group Tour Championship with Lydia Ko needing a win to take home the trophy for the second consecutive season.
|Name||Current Tournament Position||Current POY Points||Projected POY Points|
2016 Money Title Update
Coming into the season finale, Ariya Jutanugarn lead the 2016 money list by $17,305 ahead of Lydia Ko. The winner of this season's money title along with the Race to CME Globe, Rolex Player of the Year and the Vare Trophy will be decided in the final round of the season.
|Name||Current Tournament Position||Current Season Money||Projected Season Money|