The 2018 UL International Crown final leaderboard is headed by the winning South Korean team, with So Yeon Ryu, In Gee Chun, I.K. Kim and Sung Hyun Park picking up a four-point victory in the standings after the conclusion of the 10 singles matches on Sunday.
The Korean side had 15 total points between 10 matches over four days, including six fourballs matches in pool play over the first three days and four singles matches on Sunday among the five teams to make it to Sunday.
On Sunday, the Korean side went 2-1-1 to lock up the victory.
The United States ane England finished tied for second on 11 total points.
South Korea won the $400,000 tournament winner's share of the $1,600,000 purse, earning $100,000 each.
2018 UL International Crown final leaderboard, results and prize money payouts
Showing overall record and Sunday team record
- 1. South Korea - $400,000 - 15 points (7-2-1, 2-1-1)
- T-2. USA - $225,000 - 11 points (5-4-1, 1-2-1)
- T-2. England - $225,000 - 11 points (5-4-1, 2-2-0)
- 4. Thailand - $190,000 - 10 points (4-4-2, 2-1-1)
- 5. Sweden - $170,000 - 9 points (4-5-1, 1-2-1)
- 6. Australia - $140,000 - 7 points (3-2-1)
- 7. Japan - $130,000 - 5 points (2-3-1)
- 8. Taiwan - $120,000 - 0 points (0-6-0)
- Caroline Hedwall halved vs. Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong
- Charley Hull wins 1 up vs. Pornanong Phatlum
- Pernilla Lindberg wins 1 up vs. Jodi Ewart Shadoff
- Moriya Jutanugarn wins 2 and 1 vs. Michelle Wie
- Ariya Jutanugarn wins 2 and 1 vs. Sung Hyun Park
- Jessica Korda wins 4 and 3 vs. Madelene Sagstrom
- In Gee Chun wins 1 up vs. Anna Nordqvist
- Georgia Hull wins 2 and 1 vs. Cristie Kerr
- In-Kyung Kim wins 2 up vs. Bronte Law
- So Yeon Ryu halved vs. Lexi Thompson