For Immediate Release:
August 18, 2014
LONDON, Ont. (Golf Canada) – Twenty-nine players took to Sunningdale Golf and Country Club during Monday’s final qualifying event in hopes of securing one of the four final spots into the 2014 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open.
Amateur Jillian Hollis of Rocky River, OH and Emma Jandel of Dayton, OH shot matching 2-under par 70s to top the Monday Qualifier leaderboard and earn spots in the field for Canada’s National Women’s Open Championship. The pair will be joined by amateur Elizabeth Tong of Thornhill, Ont., who finished third after a 1-under 71.
Emma de Groot of Sydney, Australia grabbed the final spot, winning a three-for-one sudden death playoff over Carmen Bandea of Atlanta, GA and Hannah Hellyer of Quinte West, Ont. The trio all finished regulation play tied for fourth at even-par 72.
With the addition of Tong to the field, a total of 15 Canadians will now compete for Canada’s National Women’s Open Championship at London Hunt and Country Club.
Click here for complete results from the 2014 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open Monday Qualifier at Sunningdale Golf and Country Club.
The following interviews will take place in the media centre onsite at London Hunt and Country Club.
London Hunt and Country Club Superintendent Jayson Griffiths – 1:30pm
Rebecca Lee-Bentham and Sue Kim - 2:30pm
Inbee Park - TBD
Brooke Henderson – 11am
Lydia Ko – 11:30am
Stacy Lewis – 2pm<
The 2014 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open Media Guide is available online by clicking here.
On Tuesday, August 19th, LPGA Tour star Lexi Thompson will be hosting a junior golf clinic offsite at Fire Rock Golf Club in London, Ont. The clinic – which will include chipping, putting, driving and iron play – gets underway at 2:30pm and media are invited to attend for photo opportunities.
Title sponsor CP has stepped up to encourage players to make birdies on the 17th green during tournament play by offering to donate $5,000 for each birdie made to the Children’s Health Foundation in support of paediatric heart health programs. CP Birdies for Heart is one of the fundraising activities taking place at CP Women’s Open, with all proceeds going to Children’s Health Foundation to support cardiac research and care of children with congenital heart disease from London and across Southwestern Ontario.
The stars of the LPGA Tour will challenge for the inaugural Canadian Pacific Women’s Open from August 18-24 at the London Hunt and Country Club in London, Ont. The Canadian Pacific Women’s Open, Canada’s National Women’s Open Golf Championship, is proudly sponsored by Canadian Pacific, RBC Wealth Management, CVS Controls LTD., Molson Canadian 67, TaylorMade adidas Golf, The Glenlivet, Sony, London Hydro, Four Points by Sheraton London and Coca Cola. For tickets, visit www.CPwomensopen.com, or call 1-866-571-5742.
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