Kraft Nabisco Championship

  • April 4 - 7, 2013
  • Mission Hills Country Club
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,738
  • Purse $2,000,000

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Inbee Park-15F-
2So Yeon Ryu-11F-
3Caroline Hedwall-9F-
3Suzann Pettersen-9F-
5Haeji Kang-6F-
5Karrie Webb-6F-
7Giulia Sergas-5F-
7Catriona Matthew-5F-
7Jodi Ewart Shadoff-5F-
7Anna Nordqvist-5F-
7Hee Young Park-5F-
7Jiyai Shin-5F-
13Jennifer Johnson-4F-
13Caroline Masson-4F-
13Moriya Jutanugarn-4F-
13Hee Kyung Seo-4F-
13Paula Creamer-4F-
13Pornanong Phatlum-4F-
19Se Ri Pak-3F-
19Jane Park-3F-
19Ayako Uehara-3F-
19Cristie Kerr-3F-
19Karine Icher-3F-
19Angela Stanford-3F-
25Shanshan Feng-2F-
25Lydia Ko-2F-
25Alison Walshe-2F-
25Jacqui Concolino-2F-
25Beatriz Recari-2F-
25Jessica Korda-2F-
25Lizette Salas-2F-
32Jee Young Lee-1F-
32Natalie Gulbis-1F-
32Mariajo Uribe-1F-
32Mina Harigae-1F-
32Chella Choi-1F-
32Na Yeon Choi-1F-
32Amy Yang-1F-
32Stacy Lewis-1F-
32Sarah Jane Smith-1F-
41Julieta GranadaEF-
41Christel BoeljonEF-
41Gerina PillerEF-
41Momoko UedaEF-
41Michelle WieEF-
41Belen MozoEF-
47Stephanie Meadow+1F-
48Ashlan Ramsey+2F-
48Lexi Thompson+2F-
48Eun-Hee Ji+2F-
48Yani Tseng+2F-
52Ha-Neul Kim+4F-
52Morgan Pressel+4F-
52Karin Sjodin+4F-
55In-Kyung Kim+5F-
55Angel Yin+5F-
55Pernilla Lindberg+5F-
55Vicky Hurst+5F-
55Karen Stupples+5F-
55Jenny Shin+5F-
55Ai Miyazato+5F-
62Hee-Won Han+6F-
63Mika Miyazato+7F-
63Paige Mackenzie+7F-
63Sophie Gustafson+7F-
66Mo Martin+8F-
66Carlota Ciganda+8F-
68Cindy LaCrosse+9F-
69Candie Kung+10F-
69Maria Hjorth+10F-
69Meena Lee+10F-
72Camilla Hedberg+13F-
73Lindsey Wright+16F-

Now

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

This is the second year that the nines have been reversed at East Lake, meaning instead of finishing on a tough par-3, the 18th is now a par-5, which played 586 yards on Thusday. Daniel Berger was the only player to make eagle during the opening round, hitting a 350-yard tee shot and knocking his approach to 13 feet. Berger is two shots behind leader Kyle Stanely.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

It's no secret that Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are good friends, a relationship dating back more than a decade. They also enjoy competing alongside each other, which is good, because it's been happening an awful lot lately. With early-round tee times for FedEx Cup playoff events based on the points list, they've played together seven times in the past four weeks. On Thursday at the Tour Championship, each one posted a 3-under 67 playing in the day's final twosome. Unlike other events, this one re-pairs after the opening round, but due to their identical scores, the result won't change: Spieth and Thomas will play an eighth round together during these playoffs on Friday, teeing it up at 1:30 p.m. ET.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Kyle Stanley has endured some narrow misses in trying to qualify for the Tour Championship, including being 31st on the points list five years ago, but his maiden voyage to East Lake has been worth the wait so far. Stanley opened with a 6-under 64 to grab a two-stroke lead, though one he couldn't quite explain after the round. "It's been a goal to be here," he said. "Once we accomplished that, it's not like all the stress goes away or anything. You still want to come here and play really well. I guess it kind of frees you up a little bit, being a small field and you can come in here and play pretty aggressively."

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

There were only 3 bogey free rounds at the Tour Championship Thursday. Dustin Johnson (-2), Gary Woodland (-3), and Brooks Koepka (-4). Koepka's bogey free round was made more interesting considering he hit a tee shot that got stuck in a tree! The reigning U.S. Open champ also explained why he's playing so well here this week.

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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

The projections will undoubtedly change, but after the first round of the Tour Championship, Jordan Spieth would be the FedEx Cup champion if it ended today. His opening 67 and tie for sixth kept him atop the standings. Tournament leader Kyle Stanley vaulted into second, with Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm following. At the very least, Stanley would need to win the Tour Championship and have Spieth finish no better than tied for 18th to win the FedEx.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

After a strong summer that saw him finish tied for second at the U.S. Open, win the WGC-Bridgestone and tie for fifth at the PGA, Hideki Matsuyama is in a rut. The Japaenese star has struggled in the playoffs, with a best finish a tie for 23rd and a missed cut. On Thursday, he opened the Tour Championship with a 5-over 75 and is 29th in the 30-player field.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

First time at the Tour Championship yet Tony Finau still has a little trouble focusing because of all the perks coming next year.

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Russell Henley is a diehard Atlanta Braves fan and Wednesday night he was at SunTrust Park, decked out in team gear, leading the fans in an official version of the Tomahawk Chop. Apparently that sparked a rally for him, too. Henley opened his Tour Championship campaign with three bogeys in his first seven holes, but six birdies in his last 11 to post a 3-under 67 that vaulted him near the top of the early leaderboard.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

PGA Tour pros Russell Henley and Jhonattan "Johnny" Vegas get the crowd at Sun Trust Stadium jacked up doing "The Chop" for the Atlanta Braves in there game vs. the Washington Nationals. Both players are in Atlanta for the PGA Tour's Tour Championship being played at East Lake Golf Club.