Cambia Portland Classic

  • August 31 - September 3, 2017
  • Columbia Edgewater Country Club
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,476
  • Purse $1,300,000
    2017 Champion Stacy Lewis

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Stacy Lewis-20F-
2In Gee Chun-19F-
3Brittany Altomare-14F-
3Moriya Jutanugarn-14F-
5Ai Miyazato-13F-
5Mirim Lee-13F-
5Gerina Piller-13F-
5Chella Choi-13F-
9Jane Park-12F-
9Wichanee Meechai-12F-
9Candie Kung-12F-
9Megan Khang-12F-
13Jodi Ewart Shadoff-11F-
13Wei Ling Hsu-11F-
15Kris Tamulis-10F-
15Aditi Ashok-10F-
15Daniela Holmqvist-10F-
15Brooke Henderson-10F-
15Ally McDonald-10F-
15Nasa Hataoka-10F-
21Karine Icher-9F-
21Lexi Thompson-9F-
21Sakura Yokomine-9F-
24Austin Ernst-8F-
24Regan De Guzman-8F-
24Mariah Stackhouse-8F-
24Kim Kaufman-8F-
24Gaby Lopez-8F-
29Hyo Joo Kim-7F-
29Su-Hyun Oh-7F-
29Dottie Ardina-7F-
29Beth Allen-7F-
33Annie Park-6F-
33Melissa Reid-6F-
33Alena Sharp-6F-
33Tiffany Joh-6F-
33Dori Carter-6F-
33Nicole Broch Larsen-6F-
39Olafia Kristinsdottir-5F-
39Ilhee Lee-5F-
41Brianna Do-4F-
41Hee Young Park-4F-
41Laura Diaz-4F-
41Azahara Munoz-4F-
41Emily Tubert-4F-
46Caroline Hedwall-3F-
46Amelia Lewis-3F-
46Min Lee-3F-
46Katherine Kirk-3F-
46Lee Lopez-3F-
46Dana Finkelstein-3F-
46Nontaya Srisawang-3F-
46Allyssa Ferrell-3F-
46Cheyenne Woods-3F-
55Bronte Law-2F-
55Karen Chung-2F-
55Ayako Uehara-2F-
55Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras-2F-
55Amy Yang-2F-
55Ryann O'Toole-2F-
55Sarah Jane Smith-2F-
55Cindy LaCrosse-2F-
55Pavarisa Yoktuan-2F-
55Sandra Gal-2F-
55Angela Stanford-2F-
66Alejandra Llaneza-1F-
66Giulia Molinaro-1F-
66Amy Olson-1F-
69Katie BurnettEF-
70Pornanong Phatlum+1F-
70Pernilla Lindberg+1F-
72Maude-Aimee Leblanc+2F-
73Kelly Tan+3F-
74Belen Mozo+4F-

Now

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Via ESPN Stats and Information: Jordan Spieth's 76 is his highest final round as a professional on the PGA Tour. His only final round that was higher (7-over-par 77) came at the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship as an amateur.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

With his T6 finish at The Open, Tiger Woods is back into the Top 50 in the World Golf Rankings, and will take part in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club in two weeks' time.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Tiger finished .0122 ranking points ahead of Russell Henley, who is No. 51.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

One minute it looked like we were gonna get a McIlroy, Spieth, Woods playoff and the next minute it was a Schauffele, Molinari playoff. Congrats to Francesco Molinari, Italy's first major champion.

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.