Canadian Pacific Women's Open

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

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-

Now

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Tiger finished .0122 ranking points ahead of Russell Henley, who is No. 51.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

One minute it looked like we were gonna get a McIlroy, Spieth, Woods playoff and the next minute it was a Schauffele, Molinari playoff. Congrats to Francesco Molinari, Italy's first major champion.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Looks like Chappell's birdie at 18 will knock Tiger out of Bridgestone... But Tiger had his own great chance to birdie the 18th.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele has 135 yards to the 18th green. He needs to hole this for a playoff with Franceso Molinari. It stops dead on its second bounce, 20 feet from the flag. Molinari celebrates on the practice green. He is the 2018 Open champion, with the only bogey-free round of the 79 players who took to the course today.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

That officially does it: Francesco Molinari has won The Open.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Schauffele's par putt at the 17th comes up short. As will his challenge to win The Open, unless he eagles the 18th.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele has a 20-foot putt for par on the 17th. If he doesn't make it, the engraver can start carving Francesco Molinari's name on to the Claret Jug.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele's chances of winning The Open rest on where exactly his ball has ended up, wide right and in the rough next to the 17th green.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Francesco Molinar, playing in the same group as a charging Tiger Woods, just shot 2-under 69 and now waits to see if he has won The Open.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger misses the birdie chance and is in the clubhouse at -5.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Francesco Molinari hasn't made a bogey since the 17th hole on FRIDAY (it was a double bogey). Molinari has a birdie try on the 18th from inside 6' to be the first man in the clubhouse at -8.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods had someone yell in his back swing causing him to hit a shot he thought was bad. It ended up ok, and his second shot ended up inside 6'. A birdie on the 18th could get Tiger into the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Schauffele can't convert his fantastic tee shot at 16 into a birdie. He will stay at 7-under, in a tie for the lead with Francesco Molinari, who is playing 18.

Matt Cooper Special to ESPN.com 

Lovely scenes as Alex Noren heads to sign his card. He's disappointed with his 3-over score for the day, but a wide smile spreads across his face as he sees wife Jennifer holding baby daughter Iris who waves and shouts at her dad. He smiles and waves back.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

It's this simple: For Tiger Woods to have any shot, he needs to birdie the last hole and have his playing partner, Francesco Molinari, make bogey. Otherwise, Woods' hopes for a major title will be done.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Xander Schauffele just hit a contender for shot of the championship at the par-3 16th. The pin is way back left on a tiny shelf, and the American knocks it close enough for a good look at birdie, and the outright lead should he make it.