RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup

  • March 14 - 17, 2013
  • Wildfire at Desert Ridge
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,583
  • Purse $1,500,000

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Stacy Lewis-23F-
2Ai Miyazato-20F-
3Angela Stanford-17F-
4Jessica Korda-16F-
4Giulia Sergas-16F-
4Lizette Salas-16F-
4Jee Young Lee-16F-
8Lindsey Wright-15F-
8Candie Kung-15F-
8Sydnee Michaels-15F-
8Nicole Castrale-15F-
8Gerina Piller-15F-
13Paula Creamer-14F-
13Jiyai Shin-14F-
13Pernilla Lindberg-14F-
13In-Kyung Kim-14F-
13Jimin Kang-14F-
18Caroline Hedwall-13F-
18Mina Harigae-13F-
18Juli Inkster-13F-
18Amy Yang-13F-
18Sandra Gal-13F-
18Thidapa Suwannapura-13F-
18Karrie Webb-13F-
25Jacqui Concolino-12F-
25Stacy Prammanasudh-12F-
25Austin Ernst-12F-
25Inbee Park-12F-
29Na Yeon Choi-11F-
29Cristie Kerr-11F-
29So Yeon Ryu-11F-
29Daniela Iacobelli-11F-
33Belen Mozo-10F-
33Katherine Hull-Kirk-10F-
35Hee Kyung Seo-9F-
35Azahara Munoz-9F-
35Karine Icher-9F-
35Hee-Won Han-9F-
35Hee Young Park-9F-
35Danielle Kang-9F-
35Beatriz Recari-9F-
35Anna Nordqvist-9F-
43Lauren Doughtie-8F-
43Jodi Ewart Shadoff-8F-
43Moriya Jutanugarn-8F-
43Pornanong Phatlum-8F-
43Heather Bowie Young-8F-
48Mo Martin-7F-
48Chie Arimura-7F-
48Brittany Lang-7F-
51Julieta Granada-6F-
51Paige Mackenzie-6F-
51Veronica Felibert-6F-
54Kris Tamulis-5F-
54Eun-Hee Ji-5F-
54Jennifer Johnson-5F-
54Maria Hjorth-5F-
54Brooke Pancake-5F-
59Yani Tseng-4F-
59Sarah Kemp-4F-
61Seon Hwa Lee-3F-
61Cindy LaCrosse-3F-
63Christel Boeljon-2F-
63Katie Futcher-2F-
65Karen Stupples-1F-
66Jennifer Gleason+1F-
66Jennie Lee+1F-
68Moira Dunn+2F-
68Lexi Thompson+2F-
70Ilhee Lee+3F-
71Ryann O'Toole+6F-
71Meaghan Francella+6F-
73Silvia Cavalleri+7F-

Now

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

The bad news for Rory McIlroy? Out indefinitely with a rib fracture. The good news? It's still January. Decent timing if it's gotta happen.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Rory McIlroy has a rib injury that is going to keep him out of this week's Abu Dhabi event. Lost in a playoff Sunday in South Africa

ESPN Stats and Information  

Justin Thomas finished with a score of 253 at the Sony Open, the 72-hole scoring record in PGA TOUR history. The 23-year-old also became the first player to win back-to-back PGA TOUR events by at least 3 strokes each since Tiger Woods in 2009.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

How young are the PGA Tour's stars? From the projected world rankings, with Sony Open winner Justin Thomas jumping up to No. 8, six of the top nine players are all under age 30. And half of the top 10 is 27 or younger. The future is bright, indeed.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Thomas picked up $2.3 million for two weeks in Hawaii. That's nearly a half-million more than Arnold Palmer's earnings in his entire PGA Tour career.