Honda LPGA Thailand

  • February 23 - 26, 2017
  • Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,642
  • Purse $1,600,000
    2017 Champion Amy Yang

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Amy Yang-22F-
2So Yeon Ryu-17F-
3Sei Young Kim-15F-
4Lexi Thompson-13F-
4Danielle Kang-13F-
4In Gee Chun-13F-
7Moriya Jutanugarn-12F-
8Lydia Ko-11F-
8Mirim Lee-11F-
8Austin Ernst-11F-
8Ariya Jutanugarn-11F-
8Jodi Ewart Shadoff-11F-
13Brittany Lincicome-10F-
14Stacy Lewis-9F-
14Hyo Joo Kim-9F-
14Jessica Korda-9F-
14Yani Tseng-9F-
18Eun-Hee Ji-8F-
18Angela Stanford-8F-
18Cristie Kerr-8F-
21Chella Choi-7F-
21Shanshan Feng-7F-
23Charley Hull-6F-
23Azahara Munoz-6F-
25Brittany Lang-5F-
25Inbee Park-5F-
25Minjee Lee-5F-
25Carlota Ciganda-5F-
25Mi Jung Hur-5F-
25Mi Hyang Lee-5F-
25Kim Kaufman-5F-
32Lee-Anne Pace-4F-
32Anna Nordqvist-4F-
32Ha-Na Jang-4F-
32Suzann Pettersen-4F-
32Sandra Gal-4F-
37Karine Icher-3F-
37Atthaya Thitikul-3F-
37Hee Young Park-3F-
40Jenny Shin-2F-
40Caroline Masson-2F-
40Megan Khang-2F-
40Xi Yu Lin-2F-
44Ryann O'Toole-1F-
45Morgan PresselEF-
45Pornanong PhatlumEF-
45Sarah Jane SmithEF-
45Brooke HendersonEF-
45Catriona MatthewEF-
45Haru NomuraEF-
45Alison LeeEF-
45Alena SharpEF-
53Georgia Hall+1F-
54Lizette Salas+2F-
54Su-Hyun Oh+2F-
56Nasa Hataoka+3F-
56Karrie Webb+3F-
56Ai Miyazato+3F-
59Gerina Piller+4F-
59Mo Martin+4F-
61Gaby Lopez+5F-
61Beatriz Recari+5F-
63Candie Kung+6F-
64Jennifer Song+7F-
64Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras+7F-
64Pajaree Anannarukarn+7F-
67Christina Kim+8F-
67Pernilla Lindberg+8F-
69Na Yeon Choi+16F-
70Porani Chutichai+24F-

Now

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

18 of the last 20 Open champions were T6th or better after 54 holes, which is good news for no less than 12 of this week's field ahead of Sunday. One of those exceptions was Paul Lawrie, who was T14th ahead of the final round here at Carnoustie back in 1999. The other comeback winner was Phil Mickelson (T9th at Muirfield five years ago).

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

31 of the 79 golfers who teed it up on Saturday broke 70. The scoring average for the field was 70.228 (almost -1).

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Jordan Spieth will be just the third reigning Open champion in the last 30 years to hold at least a share of the lead entering the final round. Tiger Woods, who won in 2006, was the last instance. He'll be paired with Xander Schauffele, who is playing just his second Open.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Spieth/Schauffele, Eisner/Chappell, Molinari/Woods.... That's your final three pairings Sunday at The Open! Try to remain calm.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Tommy Fleetwood is having a wild old time of things on the back nine. He's gone birdie-double bogey-bogey-birdie-birdie-bogey-birdie from the 11th to the 17th, leaving him at 5 under. Too far back for a Sunday push? Perhaps, but remember he is the course record holder having shot a 63 in the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Easiest vs. Hardest: The par 5 14th hole played -71 Saturday for the 79 players who made the cut vs. the par 4 12th hole which played at +40!

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Zander Lombard has likely just won "shot of the week". Having double bogeyed the 17th, he holes out from the fairway on 18 for eagle. You're more likely to see Haley's Comet than another 2 at the 18th any time soon.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Remember when everyone said Jordan Spieth has "lost" his putter? So far this week Spieth has 28, 25, and 29 putts each round. I'd say he "found" it again.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Big birdie for Jordan at the 16th. Just the 11th of the day there and 19th of the tournament. Playing .345 over par. #TheOpen

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Rory McIlroy just hit a 408 yard drive on the 14th hole!! It was on the ground rolling for the last 92 yards.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

At 6:23pm local time Jordan Spieth took the outright lead of The Open.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Jordan Spieth moves to 9 under with a birdie at 16. That's like stealing two shots off the field, with the hole playing so difficult this week.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Tiger did nothing to hurt his standing as leader in third-round scoring average on PGA Tour. He is now 31 under par in third rounds in 2018.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

With the temperature is dropping and the wind picking up, easy scoring conditions have officially left Carnoustie Saturday.