There's all to play for at the Evian Championship after a fourth consecuative major winner leaves the race to the Rolex Annika Award wide open.
There's all to play for at the Evian Championship after a fourth consecutive major winner leaves the race to the Rolex Annika Award wide open.
Despite In-Kyung Kim winning her first major trophy at the Ricoh Women's British Open, So Yeon Ryu continues to top the rankings for the award, which charts a player's performance over the course of the season's five majors. With Sung Hyun Park and Danielle Kang also becoming first time major winners, the Korean World No. 1 is likely to be pushed all the way to if she is to follow in the footsteps of Lydia Ko, crowned the best performing player at the majors in 2016.
The event at the beautiful Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Baines, France, takes place on Sept. 14-17 with In Gee Chun set to defend, and will this year feature the second biggest purse in women's golf.
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