Honda LPGA Thailand

  • February 21 - 24, 2013
  • Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,469
  • Purse $1,500,000

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Inbee Park-12F-
2Ariya Jutanugarn-11F-
3Yani Tseng-10F-
3So Yeon Ryu-10F-
3Beatriz Recari-10F-
3Stacy Lewis-10F-
7Na Yeon Choi-9F-
8Shanshan Feng-8F-
8Lizette Salas-8F-
10In-Kyung Kim-7F-
10Gerina Piller-7F-
12Lexi Thompson-6F-
12Amy Yang-6F-
14Jessica Korda-5F-
14Lydia Ko-5F-
14Jiyai Shin-5F-
14Nicole Castrale-5F-
14Catriona Matthew-5F-
19Danielle Kang-4F-
19Se Ri Pak-4F-
21Caroline Hedwall-3F-
21Azahara Munoz-3F-
21Suzann Pettersen-3F-
21Ai Miyazato-3F-
25Katie Futcher-2F-
25Hee-Won Han-2F-
25Angela Stanford-2F-
28Sandra Gal-1F-
28Karrie Webb-1F-
28Ayako Uehara-1F-
31Julieta GranadaEF-
31Pornanong PhatlumEF-
33Chella Choi+1F-
33Karine Icher+1F-
33Mika Miyazato+1F-
33Brittany Lincicome+1F-
33Paula Creamer+1F-
38Sun Young Yoo+2F-
38Karin Sjodin+2F-
38Cristie Kerr+2F-
38Jodi Ewart Shadoff+2F-
38Hee Kyung Seo+2F-
38Eun-Hee Ji+2F-
38Mi Jung Hur+2F-
45Michelle Wie+3F-
46Mina Harigae+4F-
46Stacy Prammanasudh+4F-
46Brittany Lang+4F-
49Jennifer Johnson+5F-
49Hee Young Park+5F-
49Cindy LaCrosse+5F-
52Katherine Hull-Kirk+7F-
52Haeji Kang+7F-
52Meena Lee+7F-
52Momoko Ueda+7F-
56Anna Nordqvist+8F-
56Jenny Shin+8F-
56Ilhee Lee+8F-
59Moriya Jutanugarn+9F-
59Juli Inkster+9F-
61Shinobu Moromizato+10F-
61Suppamas Sangchan+10F-
63Natalie Gulbis+12F-
64Giulia Sergas+13F-
64Vicky Hurst+13F-
66Candie Kung+14F-
67Morgan Pressel+16F-
68Cheyenne Woods+17F-
68Numa Gulyanamitta+17F-
70Mamiko Higa+20F-

Now

Field Yates @FieldYates

Source: following Greg Olsen's injury, the Panthers worked out TE's Gavin Escobar, Jace Amaro & Kellen Davis. Ed Dickson is now the starter.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Can Justin Thomas learn from what Jordan Spieth went thru in 2016 after a great year on the course? More importantly, Justin gave himself FGP on Monday... Fat Guy Problems!!

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Thomas ranks 2nd in the FedEx Cup so he'll be paired with his buddy Jordan Spieth (who's ranked #1). Is he cool with that? What about playing on an empty golf course on Tuesday's practice round?

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

I asked Jordan Spieth to compare 2017 to 2016. His honest answer is why he's such an easy guy to root for... until he tried to sneak in his shoutout to the Dallas Cowboys!

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Hey Jordan Spieth, what's the best part and worst part of being number 1 in the FedEx Cup coming into the Tour Championship in Atlanta?

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Two tournaments on the 2017-18 PGA Tour schedule do not have title sponsors at this moment. Houston and The National, the second of which doesn't even have a course to play on yet! Here's what Jay Monahan, PGA Tour Commissioner, had to say about that and getting more gray hair.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

"It's like having a $7 million bet on a fight that you're not in." -- Jordan Spieth on the possibility of winning FedEx Cup after finishing.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

The 2017-18 PGA Tour season will have 49 events! Before you jump up and scream, "I thought the season was gonna be shorter!" Let PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan give you a little history lesson.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

After his very first "State of Golf" press conference with the media at the Tour Championship, I asked PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monaghan, "Looking back at the season since you started as commissioner, I'll give you one mulligan. Where would you use it?" His response completely caught me off guard.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

PGA Tour releases full 2017-18 schedule. Total of 49 events, including former Quicken Loans listed as "The National" at host course TBD.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

The full 2017-18 PGA Tour schedule has just been released!