Honda LPGA Thailand

  • February 21 - 25, 2018
  • Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,576
  • Purse $1,600,000
    2018 Champion Jessica Korda

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Jessica Korda-25F-
2Lexi Thompson-21F-
2Moriya Jutanugarn-21F-
4Minjee Lee-18F-
5Shanshan Feng-17F-
5Ariya Jutanugarn-17F-
7Jin Young Ko-16F-
7Pornanong Phatlum-16F-
7Brittany Lincicome-16F-
7Brooke Henderson-16F-
11Michelle Wie-15F-
12Megan Khang-14F-
13Charley Hull-13F-
14Azahara Munoz-12F-
14Austin Ernst-12F-
14Nicole Broch Larsen-12F-
14Amy Yang-12F-
14Nelly Korda-12F-
19Anna Nordqvist-11F-
19Danielle Kang-11F-
19Carlota Ciganda-11F-
22Sei Young Kim-10F-
22Cristie Kerr-10F-
22Sung Hyun Park-10F-
22In Gee Chun-10F-
26Jacqui Concolino-8F-
26So Yeon Ryu-8F-
26Lizette Salas-8F-
26Angela Stanford-8F-
30Georgia Hall-7F-
31Lydia Ko-6F-
31Marina Alex-6F-
31Jeong Eun Lee-6F-
34Sarah Jane Smith-5F-
34Ha-Neul Kim-5F-
34Brittany Altomare-5F-
34Kim Kaufman-5F-
34Candie Kung-5F-
34Chella Choi-5F-
40Katherine Kirk-4F-
40Benyapa Niphatsophon-4F-
42Sandra Gal-3F-
42Ayako Uehara-3F-
44Eun-Hee Ji-2F-
44Angel Yin-2F-
44Ashleigh Buhai-2F-
44Misuzu Narita-2F-
48Jennifer Song-1F-
49Pei-Yun ChienEF-
49Caroline MassonEF-
51Jenny Shin+1F-
51Bo-Mee Lee+1F-
51Karine Icher+1F-
51Saranporn Langkulgasettri+1F-
55Mo Martin+2F-
56Jodi Ewart Shadoff+3F-
56Alena Sharp+3F-
56Supamas Sangchan+3F-
59Jing Yan+4F-
59Mi Hyang Lee+4F-
61Mirim Lee+5F-
62Su-Hyun Oh+6F-
62Madelene Sagstrom+6F-
62Jane Park+6F-
65Pernilla Lindberg+7F-
66Mi Jung Hur+11F-
66Haru Nomura+11F-
68Alison Lee+14F-
69Muni He+16F-

Now

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Eddie Pepperell is woke on the Twitters and now he's a European Tour champion, too, claiming his first career victory today.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Sam Burns is having a great Honda Classic playing on a sponsor exemption. And it gets better Sunday as he'll be paired with Tiger Woods. Burns, 21, turned pro last year. He competes on the Web.com Tour and last year was the NCAA Division I player of the year at LSU. He is tied for 11th and a top-10 finish would get him a spot in the Valspar Championship in two weeks.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods will start Sunday 7 shots behind the lead and tees off at 12:45pm ET paired with Sam Burns, who's playing on a sponsors invitation.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Luke List is your 54-hole leader. Still seeking his first career PGA Tour victory. Been a long time coming.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Bob Harig asked Tiger Woods if the "old Tiger" would be mad at a day like today on the golf course.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods has his worst day putting on Saturday. 29 putts, which is still pretty good, so the greens must be getting worse right? The opposite?! That's what Tiger told me.

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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods shot 69 on Saturday at the Honda Classic -- his first round in the 60s in nine rounds this year -- and said it was "probably the highest score I could have shot.'' Woods hit 13 of 18 greens but made just three birdies to finish at even par through 54 holes.