The Evian Championship

  • September 15 - 17, 2017
  • Evian Resort Golf Club
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,479
  • Purse $3,350,000
    2017 Champion Anna Nordqvist

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Anna Nordqvist-9F-
2Brittany Altomare-9F-
3Lydia Ko-8F-
3Katherine Kirk-8F-
3Moriya Jutanugarn-8F-
6Sei Young Kim-7F-
6Shanshan Feng-7F-
8Jennifer Song-6F-
9Mi Hyang Lee-5F-
10Georgia Hall-4F-
10In-Kyung Kim-4F-
10Ayako Uehara-4F-
13Ally McDonald-3F-
14Hye Jin Choi-2F-
14Hyo Joo Kim-2F-
14Sandra Gal-2F-
14Su-Hyun Oh-2F-
18Gaby Lopez-1F-
18Cristie Kerr-1F-
18Danielle Kang-1F-
18Morgan Pressel-1F-
18In Gee Chun-1F-
18Nicole Broch Larsen-1F-
18Eun-Hee Ji-1F-
18Angela Stanford-1F-
26Mo MartinEF-
26Pornanong PhatlumEF-
26Juli InksterEF-
26Gerina PillerEF-
26Marina AlexEF-
26Sung Hyun ParkEF-
32Ai Miyazato+1F-
32Haru Nomura+1F-
32Brittany Lincicome+1F-
32Minjee Lee+1F-
32Candie Kung+1F-
32Bronte Law+1F-
32Charley Hull+1F-
32Carlota Ciganda+1F-
40Pei-Yun Chien+2F-
40Joanna Klatten+2F-
40Caroline Hedwall+2F-
40Suzann Pettersen+2F-
40Kelly Shon+2F-
40So Yeon Ryu+2F-
40Jing Yan+2F-
40Jeong Eun Lee+2F-
48Lexi Thompson+3F-
48Austin Ernst+3F-
48Do Yeon Kim+3F-
48Azahara Munoz+3F-
48Sarah Jane Smith+3F-
48Jenny Shin+3F-
48Lee-Anne Pace+3F-
48Chella Choi+3F-
48Olafia Kristinsdottir+3F-
48Amy Yang+3F-
58Megan Khang+4F-
58Sophia Schubert+4F-
58Wei Ling Hsu+4F-
58Katie Burnett+4F-
58Ryann O'Toole+4F-
58Brooke Henderson+4F-
64Tiffany Joh+5F-
64Mi Jung Hur+5F-
64Atthaya Thitikul+5F-
64Sun Young Yoo+5F-
68Mariah Stackhouse+6F-
68Melissa Reid+6F-
70Karine Icher+8F-
70Amy Olson+8F-
72Caroline Masson+10F-

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.

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

The phrase "Hogan's Alley" connects this week's venue Carnoustie with Colonial Country Club, host venue for the Dean & Deluca Invitational, one of Kevin Kisner's two PGA Tour career victories (in 2017). The Texan club is known as that in honor of five-time champion Ben Hogan and this week's sixth hole also holds that title in deference to the great man's line of attack on the par-5. Kisner has signed for a second round 70 and a 6-under 136 halfway total that ties Zach Johnson's clubhouse lead.