ISPS Handa Women'S Australian Open

  • February 14 - 18, 2018
  • Kooyonga Golf Club
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,599
  • Purse $1,300,000
    2018 Champion Jin Young Ko

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Jin Young Ko-14F-
2Hye Jin Choi-11F-
3Hannah Green-10F-
4Katherine Kirk-9F-
5Marina Alex-7F-
5Minjee Lee-7F-
7Ariya Jutanugarn-6F-
7Emma Talley-6F-
7Charley Hull-6F-
7Jiyai Shin-6F-
7So Yeon Ryu-6F-
7Sun Young Yoo-6F-
13Georgia Hall-5F-
13Cristie Kerr-5F-
13Tiffany Joh-5F-
16Nicole Broch Larsen-4F-
16Chella Choi-4F-
16Nasa Hataoka-4F-
19Olivia Cowan-3F-
19Lindy Duncan-3F-
19Ally McDonald-3F-
19Moriya Jutanugarn-3F-
19Stephanie Na-3F-
19Lydia Ko-3F-
19Katelyn Dambaugh-3F-
19Mo Martin-3F-
27Angela Stanford-2F-
27Ha-Na Jang-2F-
27Cindy LaCrosse-2F-
30Luna Sobron Galmes-1F-
30Madelene Sagstrom-1F-
30Yani Tseng-1F-
30Karine Icher-1F-
34Karis DavidsonEF-
34Wichanee MeechaiEF-
34Jenny HaglundEF-
34Wei Ling HsuEF-
34Robynn ReeEF-
34Yuri YoshidaEF-
40Caroline Masson+1F-
40Haru Nomura+1F-
40Pei-Yun Chien+1F-
40Nelly Korda+1F-
40Jodi Ewart Shadoff+1F-
40Laura Davies+1F-
46Caroline Inglis+2F-
46Sandra Changkija+2F-
48Brittany Lang+3F-
48Eun Hye Jo+3F-
48Cydney Clanton+3F-
48Ryann O'Toole+3F-
48Michele Thomson+3F-
48Amy Olson+3F-
48Celine Herbin+3F-
48Yu Liu+3F-
48Jeong Min Cho+3F-
57Laetitia Beck+4F-
57Maria Torres+4F-
57Valdis Thora Jonsdottir+4F-
57Xi Yu Lin+4F-
57Suzuka Yamaguchi+4F-
62Lindsey Weaver+5F-
62Na Yeon Choi+5F-
62Liv Cheng+5F-
62Lee-Anne Pace+5F-
62Ashleigh Buhai+5F-
62Pernilla Lindberg+5F-
62Megan Khang+5F-
62Mariajo Uribe+5F-
62Saranporn Langkulgasettrin+5F-
71Sakura Yokomine+7F-
71Kelly Shon+7F-
73Amelia Lewis+8F-
73Holly Clyburn+8F-
75Azahara Munoz+9F-
75Cathryn Bristow+9F-
75Perrine DeLacour+9F-
78Erynne Lee+10F-
78Angel Yin+10F-
80Jing Yan+15F-

Now

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

That's John McEnroe putting on his team jacket while Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson try to figure out how close the U.S. team is to winning. Greg Kinnear (blue glove) watches the 18th hole.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

That's Greg Kinnear, Luke Wilson, and James Blake sitting behind the 18th hole watching the rest of the American celebrity team finish.

Bjorn: I hope these players learn something from me

Europe Team captain Thomas Bjorn looked ahead on Tuesday to the 42nd Ryder Cup, as his players practiced at Le Golf National outside of Paris.

1:24

Furyk: We're just trying to learn the golf course

USA Team captain Jim Furyk looked ahead to the 42nd Ryder Cup on Tuesday while his players practiced at Le Golf National.

0:54

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Phil Mickelson said he would welcome playing with Tiger this week at the Ryder Cup. Will Captain Jim Furyk make it happen? Sounds like Phil knows, but he's not telling.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Bryson DeChambeau walked into a press center that was far less crowded than it was a few minutes earlier when it was occupied by Tiger Woods. He couldn't help but fire off a joke. "Sure, that's ok. I mean, I am higher in the world rankings than him but that's fine."

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

The European side wasn't going to set up Le Golf National golf to help the Anericans' longer hitters: "It's a little tighter and a lot more rough [than two years ago at Hazeltine]. Very different setup," Tiger Woods said.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's a peek at the 3 story grandstand horseshoeing the first tee at the Ryder Cup this year.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Surprising song being played on the grounds of the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National: Born in the U.S.A. We are in France, right?

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Watch me attempt to drive the worlds worst traffic circle. It's in Paris,France at the Arc De Triomphe. Thanks to my editor Nick P. for not screaming while filming.

1:43

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson has kick-started the European-American rivalry here at the Ryder Cup, having arrived in Paris earlier today. He tweeted: "Arrived in Paris with team USA. Heading to the course now and can't wait to get started! So fun having that little extra piece of luggage with us. You know...THE CUP!" Team Europe will hope the Cup was brought here on a single, rather than a return ticket.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Football stadium? Nope. Baseball? Nope. This is the first tee at the Ryder Cup. And these grandstands hold 6,500 fans. Bring the noise.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

The European team bonded over a 10-minute video of impressions by Conor Moore on Monday night here at the Ryder Cup in Paris. Francesco Molinari was chief victim. He faced the press Tuesday morning and was his usual, understated self but commenting on the impression said: "I'm actually thinking of it all the time now answering questions, trying to smile a bit more....can't you tell the difference?"

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Ian Poulter lost his game once upon a time and wondered if he'd ever get it back. So he knows, at least a little, what Tiger Woods was going through. "It's inspirational to see the way he's come back," Poulter said.