KPMG Women's PGA Championship

  • June 29 - July 2, 2017
  • Olympia Fields CC (North Course)
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,588
  • Purse $3,500,000
    2017 Champion Danielle Kang

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Danielle Kang-13F-
2Brooke Henderson-12F-
3Chella Choi-10F-
4Mi Hyang Lee-9F-
4Sei Young Kim-9F-
4Amy Yang-9F-
7Inbee Park-7F-
7Lexi Thompson-7F-
9Kelly Shon-6F-
9Stacy Lewis-6F-
11Lizette Salas-5F-
11Madelene Sagstrom-5F-
11Jiyai Shin-5F-
14Brittany Lincicome-4F-
14Jessica Korda-4F-
14Sarah Jane Smith-4F-
14So Yeon Ryu-4F-
14Gerina Piller-4F-
14Sung Hyun Park-4F-
20Carlota Ciganda-3F-
20Nelly Korda-3F-
20Moriya Jutanugarn-3F-
20Michelle Wie-3F-
20Candie Kung-3F-
25Marina Alex-2F-
25Brittany Altomare-2F-
25Wei Ling Hsu-2F-
25Suzann Pettersen-2F-
29Jenny Shin-1F-
29Karine Icher-1F-
29Joanna Klatten-1F-
29Gaby Lopez-1F-
29Aditi Ashok-1F-
29Austin Ernst-1F-
29Kim Kaufman-1F-
36Minjee LeeEF-
36Mi Jung HurEF-
36Haru NomuraEF-
36Angel YinEF-
36Ashleigh BuhaiEF-
36Alena SharpEF-
36Ai MiyazatoEF-
36Jodi Ewart ShadoffEF-
36Emily PedersenEF-
36Jane ParkEF-
46Su-Hyun Oh+1F-
46Ally McDonald+1F-
46Jaye Marie Green+1F-
46Georgia Hall+1F-
50Lee Lopez+2F-
50Holly Clyburn+2F-
50Alison Lee+2F-
50Ryann O'Toole+2F-
54Mirim Lee+3F-
54Karen Chung+3F-
54In Gee Chun+3F-
57Jeong Eun Lee+4F-
57Amelia Lewis+4F-
59Daniela Holmqvist+5F-
59Lydia Ko+5F-
59Katherine Kirk+5F-
59Belen Mozo+5F-
59Lindy Duncan+5F-
64Lee-Anne Pace+6F-
64Bronte Law+6F-
64Cydney Clanton+6F-
67Caroline Hedwall+7F-
68Eun-Hee Ji+8F-
68Min Lee+8F-
70Klara Spilkova+10F-
70Laura Gonzalez Escallon+10F-
72Sandra Changkija+12F-
72Dori Carter+12F-
72Paula Creamer+12F-

Now

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Looks like Chappell's birdie at 18 will knock Tiger out of Bridgestone... But Tiger had his own great chance to birdie the 18th.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele has 135 yards to the 18th green. He needs to hole this for a playoff with Franceso Molinari. It stops dead on its second bounce, 20 feet from the flag. Molinari celebrates on the practice green. He is the 2018 Open champion, with the only bogey-free round of the 79 players who took to the course today.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

That officially does it: Francesco Molinari has won The Open.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Schauffele's par putt at the 17th comes up short. As will his challenge to win The Open, unless he eagles the 18th.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele has a 20-foot putt for par on the 17th. If he doesn't make it, the engraver can start carving Francesco Molinari's name on to the Claret Jug.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele's chances of winning The Open rest on where exactly his ball has ended up, wide right and in the rough next to the 17th green.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Francesco Molinar, playing in the same group as a charging Tiger Woods, just shot 2-under 69 and now waits to see if he has won The Open.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger misses the birdie chance and is in the clubhouse at -5.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Francesco Molinari hasn't made a bogey since the 17th hole on FRIDAY (it was a double bogey). Molinari has a birdie try on the 18th from inside 6' to be the first man in the clubhouse at -8.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods had someone yell in his back swing causing him to hit a shot he thought was bad. It ended up ok, and his second shot ended up inside 6'. A birdie on the 18th could get Tiger into the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Schauffele can't convert his fantastic tee shot at 16 into a birdie. He will stay at 7-under, in a tie for the lead with Francesco Molinari, who is playing 18.

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

Lovely scenes as Alex Noren heads to sign his card. He's disappointed with his 3-over score for the day, but a wide smile spreads across his face as he sees wife Jennifer holding baby daughter Iris who waves and shouts at her dad. He smiles and waves back.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

It's this simple: For Tiger Woods to have any shot, he needs to birdie the last hole and have his playing partner, Francesco Molinari, make bogey. Otherwise, Woods' hopes for a major title will be done.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele just hit a contender for shot of the championship at the par-3 16th. The pin is way back left on a tiny shelf, and the American knocks it close enough for a good look at birdie, and the outright lead should he make it.

trey wingo @wingoz

Love listening to The English coverage of The Open. “It's all gone pear shaped after that”, “He hit an absolute stonker”

Pam Shriver @PHShriver

The Open mike Open golf can be priceless “Oh Sh#%” after missed shot. What a finish of a major championship.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Rory McIlroy had the exact same distance as Justin Rose at the 18th but couldn't make birdie. McIlroy's par puts him in the clubhouse at -6.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Xander Schaffele's eagle try burns the lip at the 14th but he taps in for birdie tying the lead at -7.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

This week the 18th hole so far has played as the 4th toughest hole at Carnoustie. Justin Rose didn't care, he birdied it EVERY DAY!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

His name is Francesco Molinari but maybe we should start calling him "Steady Eddie" as he's made 1 birdie (14th hole) and 14 pars. The Italian is leading at -7.