Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic

  • January 26 - 29, 2017
  • Ocean Club Golf Course
  • Par 73
    Yards 6,625
  • Purse $1,400,000

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Brittany Lincicome-26F-
2Lexi Thompson-26F-
3Stacy Lewis-25F-
4Gerina Piller-24F-
5Pornanong Phatlum-21F-
5Nelly Korda-21F-
7Austin Ernst-20F-
8Laetitia Beck-19F-
9Laura Gonzalez Escallon-18F-
9Hyo Joo Kim-18F-
11Simin Feng-16F-
11Mariajo Uribe-16F-
13Melissa Reid-15F-
13Marina Alex-15F-
13Xi Yu Lin-15F-
16Sandra Gal-14F-
16Jessica Korda-14F-
16Moriya Jutanugarn-14F-
16Katie Burnett-14F-
16Megan Khang-14F-
21Katherine Perry-13F-
21Brooke Henderson-13F-
21Wei Ling Hsu-13F-
24Ilhee Lee-12F-
24Maude-Aimee Leblanc-12F-
24Jacqui Concolino-12F-
24Jaye Marie Green-12F-
24Gaby Lopez-12F-
24Amy Anderson-12F-
24Ayako Uehara-12F-
31S. Santhiwiwatthanaphong-11F-
31Kim Kaufman-11F-
31Min Lee-11F-
31Mina Harigae-11F-
31P.K. Kongkraphan-11F-
31Lizette Salas-11F-
31Chella Choi-11F-
31Therese O'Hara-11F-
31Pernilla Lindberg-11F-
31Jing Yan-11F-
31Stephanie Meadow-11F-
42Brooke Pancake-10F-
42Candie Kung-10F-
42Sei Young Kim-10F-
42Marissa Steen-10F-
42Mo Martin-10F-
47Jeong Eun Lee-9F-
47Perrine DeLacour-9F-
47Kelly Tan-9F-
47Jennifer Song-9F-
47Cheyenne Woods-9F-
47Alena Sharp-9F-
47Paula Reto-9F-
47Amy Yang-9F-
47Ariya Jutanugarn-9F-
47Hee Young Park-9F-
57Karen Chung-8F-
57Pavarisa Yoktuan-8F-
57Giulia Molinaro-8F-
60Cydney Clanton-7F-
60Brittany Lang-7F-
60Julie Yang-7F-
60Karine Icher-7F-
60Angel Yin-7F-
65Sadena Parks-6F-
65Lindy Duncan-6F-
65Casey Grice-6F-
65Nicole Broch Larsen-6F-
69Maria Parra Luque-5F-
69Belen Mozo-5F-
69Amelia Lewis-5F-
69Olafia Kristinsdottir-5F-
73Juli Inkster-4F-
73Sandra Changkija-4F-
73Ally McDonald-4F-
76Sarah Jane Smith-3F-
76Joanna Klatten-3F-
78Celine Herbin-2F-
79Sun Young Yoo+2F-

Now

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Tommy Fleetwood wins in Abu Dhabi again, successfully defending his title, thanks to a mercurial back-nine 30 on Sunday. The guy who used to sneak onto Royal Birkdale as a kid is now sneaking up on the top-10 in the world for the first time.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

New equipment, same old result. Sergio Garcia opened his year Sunday with a victory at the Singapore Open. "I played nicely, but it wasn't easy," he said afterward. Could've fooled us. Garcia made it look easy, firing a final-round 68 to win by five.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

A brilliant leaderboard is brewing in Abu Dhabi, where Ross Fisher and Thomas Pieters lead Rory McIlroy by one stroke and Matthew Fitzpatrick and defending champion Tommy Fleetwood by two. A victory for McIlroy, in particular, would send quite the message, as he's competing in his first competitive event in more than three months.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Decent little three-ball in the marquee group Friday in Abu Dhabi. Dustin Johnson posted 64, Rory McIlroy 66 and Tommy Fleetwood 68, as they combined for an eagle, 17 birdies and just one bogey. And they spread it around, too. Combined, the group's best-ball score would've been an impressive 14-under 58.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

In case last year's breakthrough still didn't convince you that Tommy Fleetwood is a stud, here's more evidence: He just played alongside Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson and was hardly unnerved, cruising to a 6-under 66 and early lead.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

It took Rory McIlroy a dozen holes to post his first birdie of 2018, but once he did, the lid came off. Shaking off the rust of 102 days off, McIlroy made three birdies on the closing nine to post a bogey-free 3-under 69 in what can only be termed a successful return to competitive golf.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's the video of country music star Colt Ford saying he could average 1.1 points a game in the NBA this year!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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