2019 Race to the CME Globe standings: The 60 players advancing to the CME Group Tour Championship
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2019 Race to the CME Globe standings: The 60 players advancing to the CME Group Tour Championship



The LPGA Tour's 2019 Race to the CME Globe comes down to the final tournament of the year, the CME Group Tour Championship, which is played at the Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla. to end the LPGA season.

The CME Group Tour Championship features the top 60 players in the Race to the CME Globe at the conclusion of the Toto Japan Classic. Two weeks later, a winner will be crowned in the Tour Championship.

The Race to the CME Globe and the CME Group Tour Championship effectively are decided in the season-ending tournament. The winner of the CME Group Tour Championship wins the Race to the CME Globe, and the combined payday is $1.5 million, the largest in women's golf.

The full purse for the rest of the field is $3.5 million.

2019 Race to the CME Globe standings: 60 LPGA Tour players who qualified for the 2019 CME Group Tour Championship

  • 1. Jin Young Ko -- 4148 points
  • 2. Brooke M. Henderson -- 2907 points
  • 3. Minjee Lee -- 2870 points
  • 4. Jeongeun Lee6 -- 2743 points
  • 5. Nelly Korda -- 2547 points
  • 6. Sung Hyun Park -- 2494 points
  • 7. Sei Young Kim -- 2340 points
  • 8. Danielle Kang -- 2259 points
  • 9. Lexi Thompson -- 2223 points
  • 10. Hyo Joo Kim -- 2202 points
  • 11. Ariya Jutanugarn -- 2033 points
  • 12. Mi Jung Hur -- 1979 points
  • 13. Amy Yang -- 1835 points
  • 14. Nasa Hataoka -- 1826 points
  • 15. Carlota Ciganda -- 1754 points
  • 16. Brittany Altomare -- 1735 points
  • 17. Shanshan Feng -- 1716 points
  • 18. Yu Liu -- 1712 points
  • 19. Hannah Green -- 1687 points
  • 20. Eun-Hee Ji -- 1623 points
  • 21. Azahara Munoz -- 1559 points
  • 22. Moriya Jutanugarn -- 1488 points
  • 23. Inbee Park -- 1438 points
  • 24. Bronte Law -- 1433 points
  • 25. Lizette Salas -- 1388 points
  • 26. Celine Boutier -- 1365 points
  • 27. Jessica Korda -- 1344 points
  • 28. Caroline Masson -- 1308 points
  • 29. Su Oh -- 1297 points
  • 30. Gaby Lopez -- 1154 points
  • 31. Mi Hyang Lee -- 1122 points
  • 32. Angel Yin -- 1113 points
  • 33. So Yeon Ryu -- 1083 points
  • 34. Megan Khang -- 1073 points
  • 35. Kristen Gillman -- 1026 points
  • 36. Lydia Ko -- 1019 points
  • 37. Marina Alex -- 1018 points
  • 38. Nanna Koerstz Madsen -- 975 points
  • 39. Morgan Pressel -- 974 points
  • 40. Chella Choi -- 943 points
  • 41. Jing Yan -- 930 points
  • 42. Ally McDonald -- 926 points
  • 43. Jasmine Suwannapura -- 923 points
  • 44. Mirim Lee -- 904 points
  • 45. Jenny Shin -- 881 points
  • 46. Alena Sharp -- 871 points
  • 47. Jennifer Kupcho -- 848 points
  • 48. Annie Park -- 826 points
  • 49. Nicole Broch Larsen -- 786 points
  • 50. Georgia Hall -- 778 points
  • 51. Charley Hull -- 751 points
  • 52. Jodi Ewart Shadoff -- 742 points
  • 53. Wei-Ling Hsu -- 735 points
  • 54. Amy Olson -- 718 points
  • 55. Jaye Marie Green -- 712 points
  • 56. Ashleigh Buhai -- 707 points
  • 57. Cheyenne Knight -- 704 points
  • 58. Katherine Kirk -- 685 points
  • 59. Anna Nordqvist -- 684 points
  • 60. Stacy Lewis -- 658 points

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