Manulife LPGA Classic

  • June 8 - 11, 2017
  • TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm - Potomac, MD
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,613
  • Purse $1,700,000

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Ariya Jutanugarn-17F-
2In Gee Chun-17F-
2Lexi Thompson-17F-
4Jodi Ewart Shadoff-16F-
5Laura Gonzalez Escallon-14F-
5Mi Hyang Lee-14F-
7Perrine DeLacour-13F-
7Minjee Lee-13F-
7Lindy Duncan-13F-
10Suzann Pettersen-12F-
11Austin Ernst-11F-
11Chella Choi-11F-
11Brooke Henderson-11F-
11Hyo Joo Kim-11F-
15Mi Jung Hur-10F-
15Lizette Salas-10F-
15Angel Yin-10F-
15Tiffany Joh-10F-
15Shanshan Feng-10F-
15Paula Reto-10F-
15Alena Sharp-10F-
22Alison Lee-9F-
22Charley Hull-9F-
22Emily Pedersen-9F-
25Karine Icher-8F-
25Candie Kung-8F-
25Ashleigh Buhai-8F-
28Belen Mozo-7F-
28Pavarisa Yoktuan-7F-
28Danielle Kang-7F-
28Caroline Masson-7F-
28Haeji Kang-7F-
28Megan Khang-7F-
28Lee-Anne Pace-7F-
28Sarah Jane Smith-7F-
36Lee Lopez-6F-
36Jackie Stoelting-6F-
38Jing Yan-5F-
38In-Kyung Kim-5F-
38Jane Park-5F-
38Amy Yang-5F-
38Mariajo Uribe-5F-
43Dori Carter-4F-
43Angela Stanford-4F-
43Gaby Lopez-4F-
46Ryann O'Toole-3F-
46Mina Harigae-3F-
46Beatriz Recari-3F-
46Bronte Law-3F-
46Sun Young Yoo-3F-
46Brittany Marchand-3F-
52Annie Park-2F-
52Nicole Broch Larsen-2F-
52Felicity Johnson-2F-
55Thidapa Suwannapura-1F-
55Mindy Kim-1F-
55Sadena Parks-1F-
55Giulia Molinaro-1F-
55Jacqui Concolino-1F-
55Daniela Holmqvist-1F-
61Ilhee Lee+1F-
62Holly Clyburn+2F-
62Allie White+2F-
62Catriona Matthew+2F-
62Kelly Shon+2F-
62Karen Chung+2F-
67Laura Davies+4F-
68Min Seo Kwak+6F-
68Laetitia Beck+6F-
70Britney Yada+8F-
71Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras+10F-

Now

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 

Brooks Koepka announced Friday that he will be sidelined for the next 10 weeks due to a partially torn tendon in his left wrist. While attempting to play through the injury, the reigning U.S. Open champion finished last in limited fields at both last month's Hero World Challenge and the recent Sentry Tournament of Champions. He's hopeful to return to competition in time for the Masters.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Andrew Landry earned name recognition at the 2016 U.S. Open, as the then-Web.com Tour regular reached Sunday's final pairing at Oakmont, eventually finishing in a share of 15th place. He's now a PGA Tour member and leads the Career Builder Challenge entering the weekend, seeking his first career title on this circuit.

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 

A big difference at this year's Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale will be the white scrim along the course, as can be seen in this photo from the 16th hole tee box. It used to be green, and now shows better on TV because of the contrast between the white and the course.

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 

Country star Colt Ford said he could average 1.1 points a game in the NBA today. Hall of Fame candidate Ray Allen has a hard truth for the short fat hoop dreamer.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Former A.L. MVP Josh Donaldson talks about the difference between nerves and adrenaline in golf and baseball. Advice on equipment when watching him golf?

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

It took six extra holes, but Patton Kizzire outlasted James Hahn in the Sony Open sudden death playoff. This isn't just Kizzire's second career win, it's his second this season, making him the first player of the 2017-18 PGA Tour campaign with multiple titles.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Toronto Blue Jays Josh Donaldson explains how he found out about his new deal, and how it affected his game... his golf game!

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

At 8:07 a.m. local time, people in Hawaii received an emergency alert to their phones regarding an inbound ballistic missile threat. Those people included competitors at this week's Sony Open in Honolulu, which led to a brief period of panic less than three hours before the third round was scheduled to begin. The alert, however, was soon found to be a false alarm, leaving it business as usual at the tournament and its surrounding area.

SportsCenter: McIlroy reveals heart irregularity

Rory McIlroy has played down concerns over his health after revealing he has a minor heartbeat irregularity.

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Kirk finished T-4 at the RSM Classic in his last start of 2017, his first top-10 in over a year. Picking up where he left off, he's early clubhouse leader at the Sony Open after a 7-under 63.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Mr. October Reggie Jackson playing golf with Brooke Henderson talking smack having fun during the pro-am at the Diamond Resorts Invitational.

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