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Golf Australia Express : May 2014
November 23, when the season wraps up at the CME Group Tour Championship at Tiburon Golf Club. The top 72 players on the points table will be invited to the tournament, as well as anyone who’s won an LPGA Tournament throughout the year, with points reset to ensure everyone has a sporting chance of snatching the big one. Consistency will be the players’ best friend. Paula Creamer’s victory at the HSBC and her two other top 10s had her atop the standings early in the season, before Australia’s Karrie Webb overtook her with a couple of victories and three top 10s. Michelle Wie’s recent, consistent form has catapulted her into third spot with a winless yet consistent Stacy Lewis on top thanks to seven top 10s already. Yet while the FedEx Cup prizemoney runs deep, on the women’s side only the top three will leave the Race to the CME Globe with extra dough: $150,000 for second and $100,000 for third. Nevertheless, there’s little doubt the new season-long race will add some much needed spice to the end of the LPGA season, even if the LPGA Tour has been a little slow promoting the concept to players and fans. The Race is definitely on. OTG the tour 1 Lewis, Stacy 8 1479 0 7 2 Webb, Karrie 7 1417 2 3 3 Wie, Michelle 8 1350 1 5 4 Ko, Lydia 9 1290 1 4 5 Nordqvist, Anna 8 1150 2 2 6 Creamer, Paula 9 1111 1 3 7 Munoz, Azahara 9 1086 0 4 8 Thompson, Lexi 7 1035 1 3 9 Park, Inbee 7 976 0 6 10 Choi, Chella 9 830 0 3 Karrie Webb led the Race to the CME Globe until Stacy Lewis [below right] overtook her this week. Michelle Wie [top right] is close behind in third place. Rank Player Event Points Wins Top 10s