1. Brooke Henderson 2. Lydia Ko 3. Cristie Kerr 4. Lexi Thompson 5. Stacy Lewis 6. Anna Nordquist 7. Ha Na Jang 8. Sei Young Kim 9. Paula Creamer 10 Shanshan Feng 11. Mirim Lee 12. Inbee Park alt 1. Sakura Yokomine alt 2. Megan Khang alt 3. Alison Lee
1. Lydia Ko 2. Stacy. Lewis 3. Lexi Thompson 4. Sei Young Kim 5. Brooke Henderson 6. HaNa Jang 7. Paula Creamer 8. Pornanong Phlatnum 9. Christie Kerr 10. Charley Hull 11. Anna Nordquist 12. Hyo Joo Kim
1. Lewis, Stacy 2. Ko, Lydia 3. Park, Inbee 4. Jang, Na Ha 5. Kim, Sei Young 6. Kim, Hyo Joo 7. Thompson, Lexi 8. Henderson, Brooke 9. Kerr, Cristie 10. Nordqvist, Anna 11. Feng, Shanshan 12. Ji, Eun-Hee
Alt's Creamer, Paula Green, Jaye Marie Tiger Woods
1) Kim, Sei Young 2) Ko, Lydia 3) Jang, Ha Na 4) Lewis, Stacy 5) Thompson, Lexi 6) Kim, Hyo Joo 7) Nordqvist, Anna 8) Ji, Eun-Hee 9) Henderson, Brooke 10) Park, Inbee 11) Creamer, Paula 12) Pak, Se Ri (YOLO)
Another busy, tiring week at work meant a cram session scoring this week's contest.
Lydia and Lexi were this week's only unanimous selections from our 18 contestants this week, although Brooke, Ha Na and Stacy each came one shy of that distinction.
Blue is the only entrant in this week's 404 Report: he mistakenly thought that Amy Yang was playing, but even with his first alternate Hyo Joo entering the scoring frame he couldn't avoid the wooden spoon this time around.
Five contestants led with six scoring selections apiece. Olamin was alone in picking Tutta but since she finished T12 it gave him two players with that result which actually cost him points relative to the field. Cannuck and tatkins tied for the bronze as neither selected Inbee. The top two each had 1-2-6-6-10-12 so placement points were key this week, as they often are. Four and a half points separated dennis from shung, giving him his first win of the year and making him the sixth different winner this season.