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Full field released for #WomensAusOpen

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If you’re coming to Adelaide for the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, you’re in for a treat.

There will be eight past champions – who’ve combined for 14 victories – on show at Kooyonga from 15-18 February.

Remarkably, there will be 15 major championship winners – who’ve pocketed an astonishing 32 major titles – also in the field.

More than half of last year’s Solheim Cup teams will be on hand; a record number of full LPGA Tour members from Australia will also tee it up.

And that’s all on top of three women – Lydia Ko, Ariya Jutanugarn and So Yeon Ryu – who held the women’s No.1 world ranking at various stages of season 2017.

“We’re very proud of the field we’ve assembled,” tournament director Trevor Herden said.

THE FIELD BY THE NUMBERS:

4 in world top 10
8 in top 20
12 in top 30
14 in top 40
19 in top 50
30 in top 75
38 in top 100


Comments

Posted by Ken at
14/02/2018 12:57 AM
Who are the five alternates? Are there 5 alternates from qualifying?
Posted by Max waters at
29/01/2018 06:45 PM
Sorry kate , but where did the oz masters finish ..
Posted by Kate Burton at
29/01/2018 03:22 PM
A superb field and rightly so. One of the best events on the LPGA. Aussies just know how to run quality events! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻??
Posted by Martin Hayward at
29/01/2018 03:18 PM
Magnificent field. To be able to see some top Amercians at last, Kerr, Pressel and Creamer is a treat for those who follow the tour. SA do this very well. Hope it continues to grow in status.

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