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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
-1.250
Rank Name Score
1

Xiyu Lin

-1.250
3

Christina Kim

-1.000
3

Jane Park

-1.000
3

Ashleigh Buhai

-1.000

AON Risk Reward Challenge Holes

Upcoming Risk Reward Holes

Par 43

ISPS Handa Australia Women's Open - Royal Adelaide Golf Club

Short Par 4 over the hill plays shorter than yardage allowing tee shot to release towards the green. A player will need a precise tee shot hugging tbe large dune on the right for access to the green on the drive. The pitch to the flag from the left forces you over mounding which is difficult to left side hole locations.
Par 515

Founders Cup - Wildfire Golf Club at JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort

This hole is a reachable par 5 which presents good opportunities for birdies and eagles late in the round. A desert area borders the entire left side, and this must be avoided at all costs, but the fairway here is wide enough for the player to be aggressive off the tee. A well-protected green will provide a reasonable birdie chance for those who play the hole strategically. If the wind is favorable, the green light is definitely on here for either birdie or eagle.
Par 416

Kia Classic - Aviara Golf Club

This is a reachable but challenging par 4 where risk and reward lurk in equal measure on and around the green, which is hourglass-shaped with water lying in wait to the left. This hole, a dogleg left, has a generous landing area off the tee but can become especially tricky because of its sloping fairway and uneven lies. Accurate club selection for an approach into an exceptionally deep green is critical, and care must be taken when the pin is cut left.

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