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Watch: LPGA Tour Highlights from Round 4 of the Dana Open

The Dana Open, part of the LPGA Tour, concluded its fourth and final round at the Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio. The tournament featured a purse of $1,750,000.

The top five players in the leaderboard showcased impressive performances. Chanettee Wannasaen from Thailand secured the first position with a total score of 264, 20 under par. She was followed closely by Haeran Ryu from South Korea, who finished second with a total score of 265, 19 under par. Ssu-Chia Cheng from Taiwan and Linn Grant from Sweden both tied for the third position, each achieving a total score of 270, 14 under par. Yiyi Liu from China and Xi Yu Lin, also from China, shared the fifth position, each with a total score of 272, 12 under par.

On this final day, three players distinguished themselves with the best rounds. Haeran Ryu from South Korea recorded the best daily score of 6 under par. Jennifer Chang from the USA followed with a daily score of 7 under par. Dottie Ardina from the Philippines also had an impressive performance, carding a 5 under par score for the day.

This video is a compilation of the LPGA Tour Highlights specifically focusing on the Dana Open Highlights from the final round.

Dana Open: The LPGA Tour Round 4 Highlights

About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the largest professional tour in women’s golf. With over 30 tournaments a year, the American women’s tour mostly travels to the USA, but also visits destinations outside America with its players. In addition to the regular tournaments, the LPGA holds five majors per season, with the last two events being co-hosted by the Ladies European Tour and taking place in Europe. The LPGA Tour’s season ranking, the “Race to the CME Globe”, is decided in the season finale. The best 72 players of the season and the season winners qualify for the CME Group Tour Championship and compete for overall victory on the LPGA Tour.

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Watch: LPGA Tour highlights from round 1 of the Dana Open

The Dana Open, part of the LPGA Tour, is currently underway at the Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio, United States. With the tournament featuring a prize pool of $1,750,000, the competition has reached its fourth and final round.

After the completion of the rounds, the top players on the leaderboard are Natthakritta Vongtaveelap from Thailand and Paula Reto from South Africa, both tied in position 1 (T1) with a total score of 66. Four players are tied in position 3 (T3) with a total score of 67: Allie White (USA), Sarah Schmelzel (USA), Pajaree Anannarukarn (THA), Stacy Lewis (USA), Jennifer Song (USA), and Linn Grant (SWE).

The best daily scores of the day were also recorded by players Natthakritta Vongtaveelap (THA) and Paula Reto (RSA), both scoring -5 for their daily score. Joining them in the best daily rounds with a -4 daily score are Allie White (USA), Sarah Schmelzel (USA), Pajaree Anannarukarn (THA), Stacy Lewis (USA), Jennifer Song (USA), and Linn Grant (SWE).

The tournament highlights are captured in a video compilation, focusing on the exceptional performances during this final round. With the closing of the fourth round, the Dana Open has showcased intense competition among the top players on the LPGA Tour.

For those interested in the detailed performances and key moments, the video of the Dana Open highlights is a comprehensive summary of the LPGA Tour highlights from this tournament.

Dana Open: The LPGA Tour round 1 highlights

About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the largest professional tour in women’s golf. With over 30 tournaments a year, the American women’s tour mostly travels to the USA, but also visits destinations outside America with its players. In addition to the regular tournaments, the LPGA holds five majors per season, with the last two events being co-hosted by the Ladies European Tour and taking place in Europe. The LPGA Tour’s season ranking, the “Race to the CME Globe”, is decided in the season finale. The best 72 players of the season and the season winners qualify for the CME Group Tour Championship and compete for overall victory on the LPGA Tour.

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Watch: LPGA Tour highlights from round 1 of the Dana Open

The Dana Open, part of the LPGA Tour, is currently taking place at the Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio, United States. The tournament features a total prize money of $1,750,000. The competition has reached the final round, and the highlights of the first round have shown significant performances by several players.

Hye Jin Choi from South Korea leads the leaderboard with a total score (TTP) of 64. She also achieved the best daily score (TODAY) of -7 in the first round. Tied for second place are Aditi Ashok from India and Xi Yu Lin from China, both with a total score of 65 and a daily score of -6. Tied for fourth place with total scores of 66 are Chanettee Wannasaen from Thailand, Natthakritta Vongtaveelap from Thailand, and Paula Reto from South Africa, each with a daily score of -5.

The best rounds of the day were played by Hye Jin Choi with a daily score of -7, followed by Aditi Ashok and Xi Yu Lin, who both achieved a daily score of -6.

A video compilation of the Dana Open highlights from round one showcases these key moments. The tournament will conclude after four rounds, and these early highlights provide an insight into potential outcomes, although the final positions are yet to be determined.

For more details on the results and LPGA Tour highlights, you can continue following the updates from the Dana Open.

Dana Open: The LPGA Tour round 1 highlights

About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the largest professional tour in women’s golf. With over 30 tournaments a year, the American women’s tour mostly travels to the USA, but also visits destinations outside America with its players. In addition to the regular tournaments, the LPGA holds five majors per season, with the last two events being co-hosted by the Ladies European Tour and taking place in Europe. The LPGA Tour’s season ranking, the “Race to the CME Globe”, is decided in the season finale. The best 72 players of the season and the season winners qualify for the CME Group Tour Championship and compete for overall victory on the LPGA Tour.

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Watch: LPGA Tour Round 4 Highlights of The Amundi Evian Championship

The Amundi Evian Championship, part of the LPGA Tour, is currently taking place in Evian-les-Bains, France, at the Evian Resort Golf Club. The tournament features a prize fund of $8,000,000. This article focuses on the highlights of the fourth and final round of the tournament.

Leading the leaderboard after the fourth and final round is Ayaka Furue from Japan with a total score of 265. She concludes the round with a daily score of -6, achieving an overall score of -19. Stephanie Kyriacou from Australia follows closely in second place with a total score of 266 and a daily score of -4, resulting in an overall score of -18. Patty Tavatanakit from Thailand claims third place, registering a total score of 267 and a daily score of -8, culminating in an overall score of -17. Lauren Coughlin from the USA is in fourth place with a total score of 269 and a daily score of -2, bringing her overall score to -15. Completing the top five is Haeran Ryu from South Korea, who has a total score of 271 and a daily score of -6, with an overall score of -13.

On this particular day, the standout performances came from Patty Tavatanakit, who recorded the best daily score of -8. Ayaka Furue and Haeran Ryu both registered daily scores of -6, also marking them as notable performers for the day.

Golf enthusiasts can watch a video compilation of the LPGA Tour Highlights from The Amundi Evian Championship Highlights, showcasing the most memorable moments from the final round of the tournament.

The Amundi Evian Championship: The LPGA Tour Round 4 highlights

About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the largest professional tour in women’s golf. With over 30 tournaments a year, the American women’s tour mostly travels to the USA, but also visits destinations outside America with its players. In addition to the regular tournaments, the LPGA holds five majors per season, with the last two events being co-hosted by the Ladies European Tour and taking place in Europe. The LPGA Tour’s season ranking, the “Race to the CME Globe”, is decided in the season finale. The best 72 players of the season and the season winners qualify for the CME Group Tour Championship and compete for overall victory on the LPGA Tour.

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Watch: LPGA Tour highlights from round 3 of the The Amundi Evian Championship

The Amundi Evian Championship, part of the LPGA Tour, is being held in Evian-les-Bains, France, at the Evian Resort Golf Club. The tournament features a prize pool of $8,000,000.

During the current fourth round, Stephanie Kyriacou from Australia leads the leaderboard with a total score of -14. Tied in second place are Lauren Coughlin from the USA and Ayaka Furue from Japan, both with a total score of -13. In fourth place is Pajaree Anannarukarn from Thailand with a total score of -10. Sharing the fifth position are Ally Ewing from the USA, Hye Jin Choi from South Korea, and Paphangkorn Tavatanakit from Thailand, all with a total score of -9.

Noteworthy performances for the day include Chanettee Wannasaen from Thailand, who achieved the best daily score with a score of -8. Following her, Na Rin An from South Korea recorded a daily score of -8, and Yu Jin Sung from South Korea also finished the day with a score of -8.

The video showcases The Amundi Evian Championship Highlights from the fourth round, providing a summary of the notable moments and performances from the current round of the tournament. These include the remarkable play that has positioned Stephanie Kyriacou at the top of the leaderboard and the efforts of the players closely following her. The numerous leading performances and significant daily scores reflect the high level of competition present at the tournament.

The LPGA Tour Highlights illustrate the competitive nature and skill level required to compete at events like The Amundi Evian Championship.

The Amundi Evian Championship: The LPGA Tour round 3 highlights

About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the largest professional tour in women’s golf. With over 30 tournaments a year, the American women’s tour mostly travels to the USA, but also visits destinations outside America with its players. In addition to the regular tournaments, the LPGA holds five majors per season, with the last two events being co-hosted by the Ladies European Tour and taking place in Europe. The LPGA Tour’s season ranking, the “Race to the CME Globe”, is decided in the season finale. The best 72 players of the season and the season winners qualify for the CME Group Tour Championship and compete for overall victory on the LPGA Tour.

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Women’s Major: Highlights From Round 1 of the The Amundi Evian Championship

The Amundi Evian Championship, part of the LPGA Tour, is currently taking place at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France. The tournament offers a prize fund of $8,000,000. The fourth round of the competition just concluded, deciding the winner.

Gemma Dryburgh from Scotland, Ingrid Lindblad from Sweden, and Paphangkorn Tavatanakit from Thailand share the top position on the leaderboard with a total score of 64. Gaby Lopez from Mexico, Hye Jin Choi from South Korea, Ayaka Furue from Japan, Hyo Joo Kim from South Korea, Lydia Ko from New Zealand, and Lauren Coughlin from the USA are tied for fourth place with a total score of 65.

The three best rounds of the day were played by Gemma Dryburgh, Ingrid Lindblad, and Paphangkorn Tavatanakit, each achieving a daily score of -7.

For golf enthusiasts looking to see the tournament highlights, a video compilation of The Amundi Evian Championship Highlights is available. This video offers a comprehensive look at the challenges and standout moments from the final round of the competition. This installment of LPGA Tour Highlights showcases exceptional golfing talent and strategic play on a world-renowned course.

The Amundi Evian Championship: The LPGA Tour round 1 highlights

About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the largest professional tour in women’s golf. With over 30 tournaments a year, the American women’s tour mostly travels to the USA, but also visits destinations outside America with its players. In addition to the regular tournaments, the LPGA holds five majors per season, with the last two events being co-hosted by the Ladies European Tour and taking place in Europe. The LPGA Tour’s season ranking, the “Race to the CME Globe”, is decided in the season finale. The best 72 players of the season and the season winners qualify for the CME Group Tour Championship and compete for overall victory on the LPGA Tour.

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LPGA Tour Tee Times: Nelly Korda and Other Americans at The Amundi Evian Championship

The Amundi Evian Championship, part of the LPGA Tour, is set to take place at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France. The course is a Par 71, and the total prize fund for the tournament stands at $8,000,000. Celine Boutier is the defending champion. The championship will be broadcast on DAZN, starting at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, and at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

LPGA Tour: Tee Times of The Amundi Evian Championship

Nelly Korda starts her first round at 7:36 a.m. alongside Amy Yang from Korea and Sei Young Kim from Korea. Her second-round tee time is still to be confirmed.

Lilia Vu’s first-round tee time is at 7:48 a.m. She will be playing with Lydia Ko from New Zealand and Charley Hull from England. Her second-round tee time has not been set yet.

Angel Yin takes to the course at 8:00 a.m. for her first round. She will be accompanied by Hyo Joo Kim from Korea and Megan Khang from the USA. The timing for her second round will be updated later.

Marina Alex tees off at 8:36 a.m. for her initial round and will play with Sarah Kemp from Australia and Jin Hee Im from Korea. Her second-round start time remains to be confirmed.

Ally Ewing starts her first round at 12:48 p.m. Her group includes Paula Reto from South Africa and Jin Young Ko from Korea. The second-round tee time is still to be determined.

Schedule of selected American Players

Round Time American Player Player 1 Nationality Player 2 Nationality
1 7:36 Nelly Korda Amy Yang KOR Sei Young Kim KOR
1 7:48 Lilia Vu Lydia Ko NZL Charley Hull ENG
1 8:00 Angel Yin Hyo Joo Kim KOR Megan Khang USA
1 8:36 Marina Alex Sarah Kemp AUS Jin Hee Im KOR
1 12:48 Ally Ewing Paula Reto RSA Jin Young Ko KOR
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LPGA Tour Tee Times: Charley Hull and Georgia Hall at The Amundi Evian Championship

The Amundi Evian Championship will be held at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France. This event is part of the LPGA Tour and features a Par 71 course with a total prize fund of $8,000,000. The reigning champion is Celine Boutier

LPGA Tour: Tee Times for selected British Players at Amuni Evian Championship

Charley Hull, representing England, tees off at 07:48 AM in the first round. Her group includes Lydia Ko from New Zealand and Lilia Vu from the USA. 

Another English player, Georgia Hall, begins her first round at 13:24 PM with Carlota Ciganda of Spain and Kristen Gillman from the USA. 

Gemma Dryburgh from Scotland has her first-round tee time set for 08:48 AM on Thursday. She will play alongside Yuna Nishimura from Japan and Wei Ling Hsu from Chinese Taipei. 

Jodi Ewart Shadoff from Great Britain starts her first round at 09:00 AM on Thursday. She is paired with Lindy Duncan from the USA and Stephanie Meadow from Northern Ireland.

RoundTimeBritish PlayerNationalityPlayer 2NationalityPlayer 3Nationality
107:48Charley HullENGLydia KoNZLLilia VuUSA
108:48Gemma DryburghSCOYuna NishimuraJPNWei Ling HsuTPE
109:00Jodi Ewart ShadoffENGLindy DuncanUSAStephanie MeadowNIR
113:24Georgia HallENGCarlota CigandaESPKristen GillmanUSA
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The Amundi Evian Championship: Celebrating 30 Years of Golf’s Only Major To Be Staged In Continental Europe

Golf’s only Major to be staged in continental Europe, The Amundi Evian Championship is a reference point in the women’s game. First played in 1994, it was elevated to become the fifth women’s Major championship in 2013. Over the years, the tournament has developed its own history, balancing tradition with innovation while maintaining an unwavering respect for the spirit of the game. Rolex has been a Main Partner and Official Timekeeper at this tournament since 2000 as part of its broad and enduring commitment to women’s golf that dates back to 1980 when the Swiss watchmaker became a partner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA).

Celebrating 30 Years of The Amundi Evian Championship

The Amundi Evian Championship is held annually in July on The Champions Course at the Evian Resort Golf Club, nestled between the shores of Lake Geneva and the foot of the Alps. This year’s edition, from 11–14 July, marks the 30th anniversary of the inaugural tournament.

Each year, the tournament gathers the world’s elite from the Rolex Rankings to contest the season’s penultimate Major. Its honour roll of past champions includes Rolex Testimonee Annika Sörenstam (2000, 2002), one of the greatest golfers in the history of the women’s game and who set a benchmark of excellence to which the modern generation can aspire, along with fellow Swede Anna Nordqvist (2017).

Anna Nordqvist at The Amundi Evian Championship. (Photo: ROLEX MEDIA CONTENT)

Reflecting on her victory, which came in a thrilling playoff, Anna Nordqvist said: “Being European and winning a Major championship on European soil was very special. I would say that with all the history associated with The Amundi Evian Championship, the stunning views, amazing atmosphere, how well it is run and it being a tournament that I used to watch every summer growing up, it was an unforgettable moment. To have my name etched on the trophy is so special.

Other members of the Rolex family to triumph at this visually stunning venue include Suzann Pettersen of Norway (2013), New Zealand’s Lydia Ko (2015) and Brooke Henderson of Canada (2022). In capturing her second Major title at The Amundi Evian Championship in 2022, Henderson became the first LPGA player to begin any Major with successive rounds of 64. She also became the first Canadian golfer, man or woman, to win more than one Major title.

Brooke Henderson at The Amundi Evian Championship. (Photo: ROLEX MEDIA CONTENT)

Commenting on the unique challenge of contesting the Major championships, Brooke Henderson said: “It is truly exciting to be able to compete in the Major championships and go up against the best female players in the world, and on such incredible and differing venues. During those weeks, you have to be at your best mentally, physically and even emotionally. You really do have to be in the right place on all fronts. There is always pressure when competing at Major championships as your career is ultimately defined by your performances and finishes during these tournaments. The challenge of playing impeccably, and to the best of your ability, is what makes those weeks so exciting.

Steeped in history dating back to 1904, The Champions Course offers an unrivalled golfing experience. In 2013, it underwent significant renovation. The redesign work, undertaken by European Golf Design, has resulted in the course becoming even more befitting of a Major championship venue, adding more drama and spectator viewing areas.

Since 2019, The Prize for a Better Tomorrow presented by Rolex has been awarded at The Amundi Evian Championship. The international prize celebrates initiatives that have significant societal impact and promote qualities shared by this women’s Major championship and the Swiss watchmaker, namely excellence, generosity, continuity and inspiration. The prize shines a light on the commitment of individuals and organizations who champion a charitable cause and implement actions that improve and reinvent people’s lives.

The inaugural recipient of the prize was former World No. 1 and Rolex Testimonee Lorena Ochoa for the creation of her Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation. The prize was awarded by fellow Testimonee Lindsey Vonn, one of the most successful women’s skiers, and rewarded the Mexican golfer for her involvement in the education of underprivileged children in her native country. Shortly after turning professional in 2002, Ochoa pledged to provide financial support to a Mexican school for underprivileged children near Guadalajara. She then became involved in creating her own foundation with a mission to provide opportunities for children and adults via family-based health, education and inclusion programmes delivered through family golf activities.

Rolex has been a committed partner of women’s golf for more than 40 years as part of one of the most successful relationships between a brand and sport. This enduring partnership contributes to the game’s development around the world. The Swiss watchmaker is part of the very fabric of golf and supports the game at all levels, including elite players and legends of the game, Major championships – including all five women’s Majors – the foremost professional tours and the world’s leading team competitions, among them the women’s Solheim Cup. The brand’s support also extends to amateur tournaments, international federations and organizations representing golfers of all ages.

Rolex’s association with the game is built on a strong sense of integrity and respect for tradition that promote the continuity of expertise and transfer of knowledge, and an appreciation of the importance to invest in the sport’s development for future generations.

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Watch: LPGA Tour highlights from round 4 of the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational

The Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, part of the LPGA Tour, is currently taking place at the Midland Country Club in Midland, Michigan, United States. This article covers the highlights from the fourth round of the tournament.

In the fourth and final round of the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, Ruoning Yin and Atthaya Thitikul from China led the leaderboard with a total score of -20. Ally Ewing and Jennifer Kupcho from the USA as well as Nicole Broch Estrup and Nanna Koerstz Madsen from Denmark followed closely with total scores of -18 and -17 respectively.

The total prize money for the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational is $3,000,000.

A video compilation of the highlights from the fourth round is available, showcasing significant moments and key plays from this phase of the tournament.

This event on the LPGA Tour has now concluded its fourth and final round, determining the event’s overall winner. For more details, fans can refer to LPGA Tour Highlights and Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational Highlights to catch up on all the notable performances.

Keep following our coverage for more updates and insights into upcoming LPGA Tour events.

Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational: The LPGA Tour round 4 highlights

About the LPGA Tour

The LPGA Tour is the largest professional tour in women’s golf. With over 30 tournaments a year, the American women’s tour mostly travels to the USA, but also visits destinations outside America with its players. In addition to the regular tournaments, the LPGA holds five majors per season, with the last two events being co-hosted by the Ladies European Tour and taking place in Europe. The LPGA Tour’s season ranking, the “Race to the CME Globe”, is decided in the season finale. The best 72 players of the season and the season winners qualify for the CME Group Tour Championship and compete for overall victory on the LPGA Tour.