HSBC Women's Champions

  • March 2 - 5, 2017
  • Sentosa Golf Club (New Tanjong Course)
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,683
  • Purse $1,500,000
    2017 Champion Inbee Park

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Inbee Park-19F-
2Ariya Jutanugarn-18F-
3Sung Hyun Park-16F-
4Brooke Henderson-14F-
4Ha-Na Jang-14F-
4Michelle Wie-14F-
7So Yeon Ryu-13F-
7Anna Nordqvist-13F-
9Mirim Lee-12F-
9Chella Choi-12F-
9Lydia Ko-12F-
12Moriya Jutanugarn-11F-
12Charley Hull-11F-
12Shanshan Feng-11F-
15Beatriz Recari-10F-
15Jodi Ewart Shadoff-10F-
15Morgan Pressel-10F-
15Jessica Korda-10F-
15Suzann Pettersen-10F-
20Angela Stanford-9F-
21Pornanong Phatlum-8F-
21Mo Martin-8F-
21Caroline Masson-8F-
21Carlota Ciganda-8F-
25Lexi Thompson-7F-
25Karine Icher-7F-
25Stacy Lewis-7F-
25Hyo Joo Kim-7F-
25Amy Yang-7F-
30Austin Ernst-6F-
30Jennifer Song-6F-
30Eun-Hee Ji-6F-
30Minjee Lee-6F-
30Catriona Matthew-6F-
30Paula Creamer-6F-
30Mi Jung Hur-6F-
37In Gee Chun-5F-
37Haru Nomura-5F-
37Danielle Kang-5F-
37Sei Young Kim-5F-
41Mi Hyang Lee-4F-
42Lizette Salas-3F-
42Alison Lee-3F-
44Ryann O'Toole-2F-
44Megan Khang-2F-
44Brittany Lincicome-2F-
44Pernilla Lindberg-2F-
48Karrie Webb-1F-
48Cristie Kerr-1F-
48Su-Hyun Oh-1F-
51Candie KungEF-
51Christina KimEF-
53Brittany Lang+1F-
54Gerina Piller+2F-
55Azahara Munoz+3F-
55Kim Kaufman+3F-
55Sarah Jane Smith+3F-
58Lee-Anne Pace+5F-
59Alena Sharp+6F-
60Na Yeon Choi+7F-
61Jenny Shin+8F-
62Hee Young Park+9F-
63Amanda Tan+13F-

Now

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Last tee time is at 4 p.m. local (11 a.m. ET) for Johnson and Kisner. Tiger off at 1:15 (8:15 a.m. ET) with Shaun Norris.

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

Wonderful scenes on the 18th hole late in the day. Welshman Rhys Enoch, playing in the penultimate group, secures a par to make the weekend on the number. His Japanese playing partner and the Japanese media are very excited for him. The reason? Enoch, like Japanese golf commentator Rex Kuramoto, went to East Tennessee State and the shared past led to them all supporting the 30-year-old's quest for the biggest weekend of his golfing life.

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

Zander Lombard is at high altitude in only the second major start of his career, but the South African does have form maintaining a quick start. He's four times been top five after 18 holes on the European Tour, as he was last night, and he's always remained there after 36 holes. Now in a three-way tie for the lead.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Justin Rose becomes Just-In Rose. He holes a birdie on the last to get to +3 and all but secure a spot on the weekend. He's going to need to do something special to end his lackluster record at The Open, however -- his best finish remains tied fourth as an amateur in 1998.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

GOLF SHADE THROWN!! Colin Montgomery makes fun of how slow Bernhard Langer plays golf then congratulated him on making the cut at 60 years old.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson's 69 is his first under-par score in six rounds at Carnoustie across three Open appearances. He opened the 1999 Open with an 79 and in 2007 he had a second-round 77. After scores of 73-69 Mickelson is even par. He has now made the cut in 20 of his 25 Open appearances.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Bernhard Langer, at 60 years old, finishes his second round at two over par, meaning he will make the cut. Not making the cut as things stand? The top three players in the world: Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas and Justin Rose. Links golf remains the great equalizer.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Did You Know? Pat Perez used to work for his caddie Michael "H" Hartford before making it to the PGA Tour. At one time "H" owned a landscaping business and Perez was his employee.