HSBC Women's World Championship

  • February 28 - March 4, 2018
  • Sentosa Golf Club (New Tanjong Course)
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,718
  • Purse $1,500,000
    2018 Champion Michelle Wie


1Michelle Wie-17F-
2Jenny Shin-16F-
2Brooke Henderson-16F-
2Danielle Kang-16F-
2Nelly Korda-16F-
6Jin Young Ko-15F-
6Minjee Lee-15F-
8Angela Stanford-13F-
8Atthaya Thitikul-13F-
10Sei Young Kim-12F-
10Amy Yang-12F-
10Jeong Eun Lee-12F-
10Lydia Ko-12F-
10Jessica Korda-12F-
15Caroline Masson-11F-
16So Yeon Ryu-10F-
16Ariya Jutanugarn-10F-
16Chella Choi-10F-
16Lizette Salas-10F-
16Charley Hull-10F-
16Ha-Na Jang-10F-
22Moriya Jutanugarn-9F-
23Mi Hyang Lee-8F-
24Anna Nordqvist-7F-
24Cristie Kerr-7F-
24Austin Ernst-7F-
24Hyo Joo Kim-7F-
24Sung Hyun Park-7F-
24Madelene Sagstrom-7F-
30Shanshan Feng-6F-
31Jennifer Song-5F-
31Mirim Lee-5F-
31Inbee Park-5F-
31Pornanong Phatlum-5F-
31In Gee Chun-5F-
31Lexi Thompson-5F-
31Eun-Hee Ji-5F-
31Marina Alex-5F-
39Angel Yin-4F-
39Carlota Ciganda-4F-
39Sarah Jane Smith-4F-
42Hye Jin Choi-3F-
43Jodi Ewart Shadoff-2F-
43Sandra Gal-2F-
43Katherine Kirk-2F-
46Nicole Broch Larsen-1F-
46Jane Park-1F-
48Su-Hyun OhEF-
48Georgia HallEF-
50Jacqui Concolino+1F-
50Candie Kung+1F-
50Ashleigh Buhai+1F-
50Brittany Altomare+1F-
54Brittany Lincicome+2F-
54Megan Khang+2F-
56Mi Jung Hur+3F-
57Pernilla Lindberg+5F-
57Karine Icher+5F-
59Kim Kaufman+6F-
60Alena Sharp+8F-
60In-Kyung Kim+8F-
62Tiffany Chan+12F-


Corey Pronman @coreypronman

With a 3 point night, TBL prospect Mathieu Joseph is 4th among all AHL rookies in scoring. He's also 2nd in shots on goal among AHL rookies.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

It's interesting to hear Bryson DeChambeau explain why even after having won a tournament, he's still gonna be learning on Sunday trying to while win.


Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

It's hard not to root for Bryson DeChambeau when you hear how self aware he is of his situation. He'll be in the final group Sunday one shot back of Henrik Stenson.


Bob Harig @BobHarig

Sunday tee times: Stenson-DeChambeau 2:20 p.m. Rose-McIlroy 2:10 Hoffman-Moore 2:00 Fowler-Gooch 1:50 Murray-An 1:40 Woods-Cauley 1:30

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Rose explains how the course has changed throughout the week, how wedges are EASIER with form greens, and what he's gotta do Sunday to win!


Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Henrik Stenson owns the 54-hole lead, as the API board looks spectacularly major-ish entering the final round.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Arnold Palmer leaderboard: Stenson -12 DeChambeau -11 McIlroy -10 Rose -9 Moore -9 Fowler, Hoffman, Gooch -8 Tiger among 4 at -7

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Rory McIlroy's 67 put him in final-round contention on the PGA Tour for the first time this year. "I started the day just outside the top-10 and wanted to at least give myself a chance going into tomorrow,'' he said. "So it was a great day out there. I can't really ask for much more.'' McIlroy is 2 strokes back of Henrik Stenson.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

From +4 to beating Tiger Woods! Justin Rose shows no fear being paired with Tiger today and could have just as easily missed the cut. U.S. Ryder Cup team take note...


Bob Harig @BobHarig

Rory McIlroy's 67 is his best round in five tournaments this year on the PGA Tour (doesn't include 2 tournaments in the Middle East)

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

The shot Tiger Woods hit on the 16th hole Saturday is an example of how far he has come. He had 205 yards from a bunker on the par-5 hole with the lip having him consider laying up. But after plenty of pondering, he decided on a 5-iron and hit the shot way up into the air and over the flag. He two-putted for birdie. "I had t flush it to get it there,'' Woods said. "And I pulled it off.''

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods had a few autograph requests after the round.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods, THAT'S the way to finish! Birdie at the 18th hole puts Tiger -7 going into Sunday. A Saturday 69 (-3) should keep Woods just within range of the leaders to have a chance to win come Sunday.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Intimidated by Tiger Woods?! Not Justin Rose. He's -5 on the day, -9 for the tournament and tied for 4th only two strokes behind the lead! European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn is secretly smiling.