Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open

  • July 26 - 29, 2018
  • Gullane Golf Club
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,480
  • Purse $1,500,000
    2018 Champion Ariya Jutanugarn

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Ariya Jutanugarn-13F-
2Minjee Lee-12F-
3Jin Young Ko-8F-
3Haeji Kang-8F-
5Carlota Ciganda-7F-
5Amy Yang-7F-
7In-Kyung Kim-6F-
8Jacqui Concolino-5F-
8Lee-Anne Pace-5F-
8Tiffany Joh-5F-
11Pei-Yun Chien-4F-
11Sung Hyun Park-4F-
11Jenny Haglund-4F-
11Cristie Kerr-4F-
11Karrie Webb-4F-
11So Yeon Ryu-4F-
17Bronte Law-3F-
17Ashleigh Buhai-3F-
17Anne Van Dam-3F-
17Gaby Lopez-3F-
21Sei Young Kim-2F-
21Yu Liu-2F-
21Melissa Reid-2F-
21Mo Martin-2F-
21Thidapa Suwannapura-2F-
21Sophia Popov-2F-
21Georgia Hall-2F-
28Maria Torres-1F-
28Ryann O'Toole-1F-
28Pornanong Phatlum-1F-
28Brittany Altomare-1F-
28Charley Hull-1F-
28Sarah Kemp-1F-
28Mina Harigae-1F-
35Paula CreamerEF-
35Nuria IturriosEF-
35Lindy DuncanEF-
35Cheyenne WoodsEF-
35Celine BoutierEF-
35Pannarat ThanapolboonyarasEF-
35Jane ParkEF-
35Caroline MassonEF-
35Moriya JutanugarnEF-
44Isi Gabsa+1F-
44Sandra Gal+1F-
44Nanna Madsen+1F-
44Brittany Marchand+1F-
44Katherine Kirk+1F-
44Su-Hyun Oh+1F-
44Manon Molle+1F-
44Casey Danielson+1F-
52Ally McDonald+2F-
52Nicole Broch Larsen+2F-
52Mika Miyazato+2F-
52Karolin Lampert+2F-
52Amy Boulden+2F-
52Jenny Shin+2F-
52Angela Stanford+2F-
59Jodi Ewart Shadoff+3F-
59Caroline Inglis+3F-
59Nasa Hataoka+3F-
59Marianne Skarpnord+3F-
59Aditi Ashok+3F-
59Kelsey MacDonald+3F-
65Jaye Marie Green+4F-
65Sarah Jane Smith+4F-
67Alena Sharp+5F-
67Wei Ling Hsu+5F-
67Kylie Henry+5F-
67Christina Kim+5F-
71Isabelle Boineau+6F-
71Chella Choi+6F-
73Anna Nordqvist+7F-
74Karoline Lund+8F-
74Lydia Hall+8F-
74Xi Yu Lin+8F-
74Annabel Dimmock+8F-
78Robynn Ree+9F-
79Jeong Eun Lee+10F-
80Lauren Kim+11F-

Now

trey wingo @wingoz

There's a reason Justin Rose is #1 in the world... he's not going to give in. Tremendous comeback after that bogey-bogey start

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Even with a bogey, it was an amazing nine holes for Tiger Woods at East Lake on Saturday. He started his round with 5 straight 3s, made 6 birdies and and shot 30 after a bogey at the long par-3 ninth. He is -12 and 4 strokes ahead of Justin Rose heading to the back at the Tour Championship.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods has started the third round of the Tour Championship with a flurry of birdies to take a 4-shot lead at East Lake. He made five consecutive 3s to begin his round before a birdie-4 at the sixth got him to -5 today and -12 overall. He began tied with Justin Rose, who is -1 and in second place. Rory McIlroy is 6 back.