The Race to the CME Globe was first contested in 2014 and, over the course of its short history, has created a fun and exciting way to end the LPGA Tour season.
The format has changed over the years, with the CME Group Tour Championship originally serving as the final points-awarding event of the year to determine the winner of the season-long points race. However, since 2019 the season finale has been a single tournament to determine the champion. Whoever wins the tournament wins the Race to the CME Globe.
Race to the CME Globe champions from 2014-present
|2019||Sei Young Kim|
|2020||Jin Young Ko|
|2021||Jin Young Ko|
The Race to the CME Globe champion earns $2 million for taking the season-long series, with the total payout of $7 million to the top 60 players in the final CME Group Tour Championship. standings.
From 2019-2020, the Race to the CME Globe winner won $1.5 million. From 2014-2018, the winner received $1 million.