Canadian Pacific Women's Open

  • August 24 - 27, 2017
  • Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,419
  • Purse $2,250,000

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Sung Hyun Park-13F-
2Mirim Lee-11F-
3Marina Alex-10F-
3Shanshan Feng-10F-
3Cristie Kerr-10F-
3In Gee Chun-10F-
3Nicole Broch Larsen-10F-
8Jane Park-9F-
8Hyo Joo Kim-9F-
8Mo Martin-9F-
11Beatriz Recari-8F-
12So Yeon Ryu-7F-
12Mi Jung Hur-7F-
12Stacy Lewis-7F-
12Brooke Henderson-7F-
16Jennifer Song-6F-
16Chella Choi-6F-
16Caroline Masson-6F-
16Brittany Lincicome-6F-
20Megan Khang-5F-
20Amy Yang-5F-
22Yani Tseng-4F-
22Haru Nomura-4F-
22Joanna Klatten-4F-
22Sei Young Kim-4F-
22Pernilla Lindberg-4F-
22Angel Yin-4F-
22Christina Kim-4F-
22Nelly Korda-4F-
30Brittany Marchand-3F-
30Wei Ling Hsu-3F-
30Holly Clyburn-3F-
30Caroline Hedwall-3F-
34Sandra Changkija-2F-
34Gaby Lopez-2F-
34Cheyenne Woods-2F-
34Jenny Shin-2F-
34Laetitia Beck-2F-
39Rachel Rohanna-1F-
39Pavarisa Yoktuan-1F-
39Candie Kung-1F-
39Madelene Sagstrom-1F-
39Azahara Munoz-1F-
39Paula Creamer-1F-
39Austin Ernst-1F-
39Sarah Jane Smith-1F-
39Moriya Jutanugarn-1F-
48Thidapa SuwannapuraEF-
48Morgan PresselEF-
48Sher. SantiwiwatthanaphongEF-
48Pannarat ThanapolboonyarasEF-
52Marissa Steen+1F-
52Ayako Uehara+1F-
52Ashleigh Buhai+1F-
52Jing Yan+1F-
52Minjee Lee+1F-
57Pei-Yun Chien+2F-
57Brittany Altomare+2F-
59Ryann O'Toole+3F-
60Amy Olson+4F-
60Min-G Kim+4F-
60Jacqui Concolino+4F-
63Lindy Duncan+5F-
64Min Lee+6F-
64Charley Hull+6F-
64Alison Lee+6F-
67Karrie Webb+11F-
68Amelia Lewis+12F-
69Laura Gonzalez Escallon+13F-

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