Round Two Pairings

Meijer LPGA Classic

July 24th – Rd. 2 Pairings

 

Tee  1

 

7:15AM

 

Xi   Yu   Lin

 

China

 

71

 

E

 

Tee  10

 

7:15AM

 

Danah  Bordner

 

Indianapolis  IN

 

70

 

-1

Grp  1

 

Tiffany  Joh

San  Diego  CA

75

+4

Grp  2

 

Felicity  Johnson

England

73

+2

 

 

Haru  Nomura

Kanagawa,  Japan

72

+1

 

 

Katie  Burnett

Brunswick,  GA

69

-2

Tee  1

7:26AM

P.K.  Kongkraphan

Thailand

73

+2

Tee  10

7:26AM

Louise  Stahle

Sweden

73

+2

Grp  3

 

SooBin  Kim

South  Korea

70

-1

Grp  4

 

Caroline  Masson

Germany

69

-2

 

 

Jenny  Gleason

Clearwater  FL

70

-1

 

 

Eun-Hee  Ji

South  Korea

70

-1

Tee  1

7:37AM

Nicole  Jeray

Berwyn  IL

73

+2

Tee  10

7:37AM

Jenny  Suh

Fairfax  VA

75

+4

Grp  5

 

Mallory  Blackwelder

Versailles  KY

75

+4

Grp  6

 

Maria  Hernandez

Spain

73

+2

 

 

Jennifer  Kirby

Paris,  Ont.,  Canada

73

+2

 

 

Jacqui  Concolino

Orlando,  FL

73

+2

Tee  1

7:48AM

Elizabeth  Nagel

Lansing,  MI

71

E

Tee  10

7:48AM

Wei-Ling  Hsu

Chinese  Taipei

65

-6

Grp  7

 

Natalie  Gulbis

Lake  Las  Vegas  NV

75

+4

Grp  8

 

Jennifer  Rosales

Philippines

70

-1

 

 

Lisa  Ferrero

Lodi,  CA

70

-1

 

 

Stephanie  L   Meadow

Jordanstown

76

+5

Tee  1

7:59AM

Inbee  Park

Seoul  South  Korea

70

-1

Tee  10

7:59AM

Sydnee  Michaels

Upland,  CA

71

E

Grp  9

 

Chella  Choi

South  Korea

71

E

Grp  10

 

Min  Seo   Kwak

Seoul,  South  Korea

73

+2

 

 

Juli  Inkster

Los  Altos  CA

69

-2

 

 

Lee-Anne  Pace

South  Africa

71

E

Tee  1

8:10AM

Morgan  Pressel

Boca  Raton  FL

71

E

Tee  10

8:10AM

Pornanong  Phatlum

Chaiyaphum  Thailand

70

-1

Grp  11

 

Lexi  Thompson

Coral  Springs,   FL

69

-2

Grp  12

 

Sun  Young  Yoo

Seoul  South  Korea

73

+2

 

 

Ha  Na  Jang

South  Korea

71

E

 

 

Pat  Hurst

Arizona

68

-3

Tee  1

8:21AM

Pernilla  Lindberg

Bollnas  Sweden

70

-1

Tee  10

8:21AM

Mi  Hyang   Lee

South  Korea

69

-2

Grp  13

 

Mariajo  Uribe

Bucaramanga,  Colombia

72

+1

Grp  14

 

Min  Lee

Taoyuan  County,  Taiwan

70

-1

 

 

Julieta  Granada

Paraguay

71

E

 

 

Mi  Jung   Hur

South  Korea

73

+2

Tee  1

8:32AM

Christina  Kim

San  Jose  CA

72

+1

Tee  10

8:32AM

Kim  Kaufman

Clark,  SD

68

-3

Grp  15

 

Angela  Stanford

Saginaw,  TX

74

+3

Grp  16

 

Danielle  Kang

Oak  Park  CA

70

-1

 

 

Minjee  Lee

Australia

70

-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tee  1

8:43AM

Karlin  Beck

Montgomery,  AL

74

+3

Tee  10

8:43AM

Julie  Yang

Seoul,  South  Korea

71

E

Grp  17

 

Sophia  Popov

Germany

80

+9

Grp  18

 

Becky  Morgan

Monmouth  Wales

71

E

 

 

Joanna  Klatten

France

70

-1

 

 

Paula  Reto

Bloemfontein,   South  Africa

75

+4

Tee  1

8:54AM

Sadena    A  Parks

Raleigh,  NC

73

+2

Tee  10

8:54AM

Heather  Bowie  Young

Forth  Worth  TX

72

+1

Grp  19

 

*Cat  Peters

Williamsville,  NY

79

+8

Grp  20

 

Laura  Diaz

Scotia  NY

73

+2

 

 

Candie  Kung

Allen,  Texas

73

+2

 

 

Dewi  Claire  Schreefel

The  Netherlands

71

E

Tee  1

9:05AM

Jeong  Eun  Lee

South  Korea

71

E

Tee  10

9:05AM

Marta  Sanz  Barrio

Spain

73

+2

Grp  21

 

Christine  Meier

Rochester   Hills,  MI

71

E

Grp  22

 

Demi  Runas

Torrance,  CA

70

-1

 

 

Ju  Young   Park

South  Korea

72

+1

 

 

Rebecca  Lee-Bentham

Toronto,  Canada

76

+5

Tee  1

9:16AM

Jing  Yan

China

76

+5

Tee  10

9:16AM

Cydney  Clanton

Rockwell,  NC

73

+2

Grp  23

 

Ayako  Uehara

Japan

71

E

Grp  24

 

Kelly  W  Shon

Port  Washington,  NY

72

+1

 

 

Garrett  Phillips

St.  Simons  Island,  GA

73

+2

 

 

Meena  Lee

South  Korea

72

+1

 

 

Tee  1

 

12:15PM

 

Katy  Harris

 

Humble,  TX

 

68

 

-3

 

Tee  10

 

12:15PM

 

Lisa  McCloskey

 

Houston,  TX

 

71

 

E

Grp  25

 

Kristy  McPherson

Conway  SC

72

+1

Grp  26

 

Moira  Dunn

Utica  NY

73

+2

 

 

Jee  Young  Lee

South  Korea

69

-2

 

 

Kim  Williams

Bethesda  MD

77

+6

Tee  1

12:26PM

Simin  Feng

Beijing,  China

72

+1

Tee  10

12:26PM

Sandra  Changkija

Orlando,  FL

68

-3

Grp  27

 

Marissa    L  Steen

Cincinnati,  OH

71

E

Grp  28

 

Jennifer  Song

Ann  Arbor,   MI

75

+4

 

 

Chie  Arimura

Japan

69

-2

 

 

Kelly  Tan

Malaysia

76

+5

Tee  1

12:37PM

Amy  Anderson

Oxbow,  ND

68

-3

Tee  10

12:37PM

Dori  Carter

Valdosta  GA

64

-7

Grp  29

 

Kelli   M  Pry

Coatesville,  PA

78

+7

Grp  30

 

Ji  Young    Oh

South  Korea

68

-3

 

 

Amelia  Lewis

Jacksonville  FL

73

+2

 

 

Alison  Walshe

Westford  MA

76

+5

Tee  1

12:48PM

Jane  Rah

Torrance  CA

66

-5

Tee  10

12:48PM

Belen  Mozo

Spain

68

-3

Grp  31

 

Caroline  Westrup

Sweden

69

-2

Grp  32

 

Jaye  Marie  Green

Boca  Raton,  FL

65

-6

 

 

Paz  Echeverria

Santiago,  Chile

72

+1

 

 

Sarah  Kemp

Tuncurry  Australia

67

-4

Tee  1

12:59PM

Sakura  Yokomine

Japan

72

+1

Tee  10

12:59PM

Anna  Nordqvist

Eskilstuna  Sweden

72

+1

Grp  33

 

Karine  Icher

France

70

-1

Grp  34

 

Brittany  Lincicome

Seminole  FL

70

-1

 

 

Lorie  Kane

Prince  Edward  Island  Can

ada73

+2

 

 

Sandra  Gal

Cologne,  Germany

73

+2

Tee  1

1:10PM

Ilhee  Lee

Seoul  South  Korea

66

-5

Tee  10

1:10PM

Azahara  Munoz

Malaga  Spain

70

-1

Grp  35

 

Amy  Yang

South  Korea

70

-1

Grp  36

 

Gerina  Piller

Roswell,  NM

69

-2

 

 

Beatriz  Recari

Pamplona,  Spain

73

+2

 

 

Cristie  Kerr

Miami  FL

73

+2

Tee  1

1:21PM

Moriya  Jutanugarn

Thailand

69

-2

Tee  10

1:21PM

Lizette  Salas

Azusa  CA

64

-7

Grp  37

 

Ai  Miyazato

Okinawa,  Japan

73

+2

Grp  38

 

Alison  Lee

Valencia,  CA

67

-4

 

 

Q  Baek

South  Korea

66

-5

 

 

So  Yeon  Ryu

South  Korea

70

-1

Tee  1

1:32PM

Jane  Park

Rancho  Cucamonga   CA

71

E

Tee  10

1:32PM

Brittany  Lang

Mckinney  TX

69

-2

Grp  39

 

Ariya  Jutanugarn

Bangkok,  Thailand

72

+1

Grp  40

 

Austin  Ernst

Greenville,  SC

70

-1

 

 

Hee  Young  Park

South  Korea

70

-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tee  1

1:43PM

Ryann  O'Toole

California

70

-1

Tee  10

1:43PM

Nontaya  Srisawang

Chaing  Mai,  Thailand

69

-2

Grp  41

 

Victoria  Elizabeth

Dayton,  OH

71

E

Grp  42

 

Thidapa  Suwannapura

Thailand

71

E

 

 

Katherine  Kirk

Sunrise  Beach,  Australia

64

-7

 

 

Alena  Sharp

Hamilton,  Canada

68

-3

Tee  1

1:54PM

Sarah  Jane  Smith

Caloundra  Queensland

68

-3

Tee  10

1:54PM

Mina  Harigae

Monterey  CA

69

-2

Grp  43

 

Nannette  Hill

Pelham   Manor  NY

70

-1

Grp  44

 

Jodi  Ewart  Shadoff

North  Yorkshire,  England

70

-1

 

 

Birdie  Kim

South  Korea

71

E

 

 

Kris  Tamulis

Naples,  FL

66

-5

Tee  1

2:05PM

Therese  Koelbaek

Copenhagen,  Denmark

73

+2

Tee  10

2:05PM

Yueer  Cindy  Feng

Chang  De,  China

73

+2

Grp  45

 

Kendall  Dye

Edmond,  OK

71

E

Grp  46

 

Paola  Moreno

Cali  Colombia

69

-2

 

 

Brooke  Pancake

Chattanooga,  TN

68

-3

 

 

Ashleigh  Simon

South  Africa

76

+5

Tee  1

2:16PM

Jackie  Stoelting

Vero  Beach,   FL

75

+4

Tee  10

2:16PM

Laetitia  Beck

Caesarea,  Israel

68

-3

Grp  47

 

Giulia  Sergas

Italy

70

-1

Grp  48

 

*Kaitlin  Park

Tustin,  CA

74

+3

 

 

Wendy  Doolan

Australia

76

+5

 

 

Marina  Alex

Wayne,  NJ

72

+1

Growing the Game in Grand Rapids

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Meijer co-chairman Hank Meijer welcomed a group of 150 junior golfers to Boulder Creek Golf Club for the Meijer LPGA Junior Clinic presented by Johnson & Johnson. LPGA professional Kim Kaufman along with sponsor exemptions Grace Choi and Lindsey McPherson gave the kids some tips on improving their golf game. The children were able to get a hands on experience while visiting three stations to work on different golf techniques. To close out the afternoon, the junior golfers were shuttled to Blythefield Country Club to interact with players and watch them practice. 

Empowering Women

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More than 120 women participated in the Meijer LPGA Ladies Day presented by P&G today at Blythefield Country Club. LPGA players Laura Diaz and Morgan Pressel joined in on a panel discussion regarding empowering women to start the morning.T he group also enjoyed a walking clinic with professionals Azahara Munoz and Brittany Lang who shared a few golf pointers and tips. Other Ladies Day activities included an argyle painting lesson, photo booth, cooking demonstration and a “fanicure” station for the ladies to receive festive argyle manicures in the spirit of the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft. 

Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft Looking for Volunteers

Golf Tournament Volunteer Registration Now Open

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (April 28, 2014) – A large summer event for Grand Rapids is rapidly approaching, and your help could be invaluable. The LPGA tour returns to Michigan this August at Blythefield Country Club and is looking for volunteers.

The event, which takes place Aug. 4-10, will need approximately 600 volunteers to work every aspect of the tournament from assisting the media to being a walking scorer on the course.

“We have been overwhelmed with the positive support we have received from the community already. Now we need to rally that support for one of the most essential parts of the tournament: the volunteers,” said Lesley Baker, tournament director of the Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft. “Volunteers are the heart and soul of the event, and you don’t have to know or love golf to volunteer. The experience for our volunteers is priceless.”

The volunteer fee is $55 and includes two official tournament golf shirts, tournament hat, a volunteer badge valid for weeklong tournament access and parking, four weekly grounds tickets for guests of the volunteer’s choice, an invitation to the annual volunteer appreciation party, and meals and beverages during assigned shifts.

If you are interested in a leadership position for the week, please contact Colleen Lienesch at colleen.lienesch@octagon.com for possible opportunities.

The Meijer LPGA Classic presented by Kraft will host a full-field of 144 players playing 72 holes of stroke play over four days of competition. With Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Meijer as title sponsor, the driving mission of the Meijer LPGA Classic is focused on feeding the hungry and improving the quality of life within the region. The tournament will coincide with the retailer’s Simply Give program, which has generated $8 million for food pantries in the communities it serves.

“This area has such passionate golf fans, and this tournament is a great way to get them engaged,” Meijer President J.K. Symancyk said. “We are pleased to partner with the LPGA to continue our fundamental philosophy of strengthening the communities where our customers and team members work and live.”

For more information on the tournament or to volunteer visit meijerlpgaclassic.com.

LPGA Tour Adds Meijer LPGA Classic to 2014 Schedule

Event marks first time in more than 10 years the LPGA stops in Michigan, benefits retailer’s Simply Give hunger relief program

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 8, 2013) – The LPGA announced today that the best players in women’s golf will head to Grand Rapids, Mich. for the first time in more than a decade to take part in the inaugural Meijer LPGA Classic, which will be held August 7-10, 2014 at Blythefield Country Club.

The $1.5 million Meijer LPGA Classic will host a full-field of 144 players playing 72 holes of stroke play over four days of competition. The tournament will be the LPGA Tour’s first stop in Michigan since 2000 when the Oldsmobile Classic in East Lansing, Mich. ended its 9-year run. It will also mark the first annual golf event to take place in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula since 2009 when the PGA Tour last hosted the Buick Open in Grand Blanc.

“The Midwest has a great history when it comes to women’s golf and we are truly excited to partner with a company like Meijer to bring the LPGA Tour back to the state of Michigan,” LPGA Commissioner Michael Whan said. “The area has such passionate golf fans and with Meijer’s commitment to giving back to their community, this tournament could not be a better fit for the LPGA.”

With Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Meijer as title sponsor, the driving mission of the Meijer LPGA Classic is focused on feeding the hungry and improving the quality of life within the region. The tournament will coincide with the retailer’s Simply Give program, which has generated more than $6.5 million – equaling 39 million meals – for food pantries in the communities it serves.

“Hunger is a problem that impacts one out of six people in nearly every community,” Meijer President J.K. Symancyk said. “The Simply Give program gives everyone a chance to work toward ensuring no one has to go to bed hungry. We are pleased to partner with the LPGA to continue our fundamental philosophy of strengthening the communities where our customers and team members work and live.”

Although this is the first time the LPGA will play in Grand Rapids, the area has a strong history of showcasing premier golf events. The city played host to a Champions Tour event for 19 years, from 1986-2004, and the LPGA hopes to continue the long-standing relationship that professional golf has within the community.

“Octagon looks forward to teaming up with Meijer and the LPGA to create a sustainable event that spotlights the Grand Rapids Community. With Meijer’s deep community relations and charitable impact, the best women golfers in the world, and Blythefield Country Club as the perfect backdrop, this event could not be built on a better foundation” said Octagon Senior Vice President Andy Bush.

Located just north of Grand Rapids in Belmont, Blythefield Country Club has hosted a number of prestigious golf events including the 1953 Western Amateur, the 1961 Western Open and the 2005 Western Junior. The exquisite 18-hole, 6,859-yard golf course will provide a true championship test for the best women golfers in the world who come there to compete in August.

“The passionate membership of Blythefield Country Club is honored to be selected by generous community leader Meijer to partner on this important initiative SIMPLY GIVE. We look forward to partnering with the LPGA in offering the greater golf community the opportunity to experience the 144 best women golfers in the world” said Patti Butcher, 2010 LPGA National Golf Professional of the Year and Director of Golf and Club Operations of historic Blythefield Country Club.

Meijer LPGA Classic Supports Simply Give

Meijer is a family-owned retailer based in Grand Rapids, Mich. with a fundamental philosophy aimed at strengthening the communities it serves. Meijer operates 204 supercenters and grocery stores throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky, and proudly donates more than 6 percent of its net profit each year to charities throughout the Midwest. With hunger as a corporate philanthropic focus, Meijer partners with hundreds of food banks and pantries through its Simply Give and food rescue programs. Meijer also supports education, disaster relief, and health and wellness initiatives.

Learn more about Simply Give here.