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Tournament Statistics

Lexi Thompson

Lexi Thompson has the longest average driving distance at the ANA Inspiration since 2015 for players with a minimum of 12 rounds played. Thompson ranked first in the field for this stat the last three years. In 20 rounds played, she has averaged 288.03 yards off the tee.

Longest Average Driving Distance Since 2015 - Minimum 12 Rounds
Lexi Thompson 288.03 yards
Sung Hyun Park

283.92 yards

Angel Yin

282.63 yards

Brooke Henderson

280.57 yards

Brittany Lincicome

277.08 yards

Charley Hull

Since 2015, Charley Hull and Lexi Thompsonhave each recorded a total of 81 birdies at Mission Hills Country Club. During this timeframe, the winner of the ANA Inspiration averaged 16.4 birdies for the tournament. The most birdies by a winner in the last five years was Pernilla Lindberg (2018) and Jin Young Ko (2019) with 19.

Players with the Most Birdies Since 2015
Charley Hull 81
Lexi Thompson


Inbee Park


Ariya Jutanugarn


Stacy Lewis


Stacy Lewis

The last nine winners at Mission Hills Country Club have been in the top three after the second round. The winners who trailed after 36 holes were within four strokes of the lead heading into the weekend. 

36-Hole Position of ANA Inspiration Winner Since 2011
Year Winner Position Stokes Ahead/Behind
2011 Stacy Lewis Leader Three strokes ahead
2012 Sun Young Yoo T3 Two strokes behind
2013 Inbee Park Leader One stroke ahead
2014 Lexi Thompson Co-Leader One stroke ahead
2015 Brittany Lincicome T3 Three strokes behind
2016 Lydia Ko T3 One stroke behind
2017 So Yeon Ryu T2 One stroke behind
2018 Pernilla Lindberg Co-leader Three strokes ahead
2019 Jin Young Ko T3 Four strokes behind

So Yeon Ryu

Twenty players have recorded at least two bogey-free rounds at Mission Hills Country Club in the last five years. Three of the last five winners had two bogey-free rounds when they won.

So Yeon Ryu posted two bogey-free rounds when she won in 2017 in the second and final round of the major championship. In 2018, Pernilla Lindberg began the event by making 13 birdies and no bogeys through her first 40 holes played. Lindberg finished at 15-under 273 before winning in the third longest playoff in LPGA Tour history with a birdie on the eighth sudden-death playoff hole against Inbee Park. Finally, in 2016, Lydia Ko scored six birdies and no bogeys in the closing 36 holes to earn a one-stroke victory over Charley Hull and In Gee Chun.

Most Bogey-Free Rounds Since 2015
So Yeon Ryu 4
Ariya Jutanugarn


Pernilla Lindberg


Pornanong Phatlum