Aug 17, 2013; Parker, CO, USA; Stacy Lewis of team U.S tees off from the first hole during the final round of the 2013 Solheim Cup at the Colorado Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

LPGA 2014: Updated Race to the CME Globe standings

Stacy Lewis’ win at the ShopRite LPGA Classic gave her a sizable lead in the season-long Race to the CME Globe standings. With ten top-10s finishes including two wins, Lewis has an 841 point lead over Michelle Wie. It is also crazy to know that Lewis has only finished outside the top-10 in two events all season! Stacy is playing consistently unbelievable golf!

Wie is also having a great season with seven top-10s including one win. Wie secured her first win since 2010, and will be one of the main contenders at the U.S Women’s Open in a couple weeks.

Anna Nordqvist moved from fourth to third in the standings with a T3 finish at the ShopRite LPGA Classic. Nordqvist has two wins this season, and will be able to challenge Lewis and Wie for the top spot if she begins to register more top-10s.

Karrie Webb is also a two-time winner this season, and moved from fifth to fourth with a T8 at the ShopRite.

Lexi Thompson slid from third to fifth after a lackluster T66 at the ShopRite. Thompson will have a couple weeks to get ready for the Women’s Open at Pinehurst No. 2 where she will have the ability to dominate because of her length off the tee.

17-year-old Lydia Ko is in sixth place in the Race, and Azahara Munoz moved from eighth to seventh with a T8 finish.

Jessica Korda moved from seventh to eighth, and Paula Creamer remained in ninth place.

Lizette Salas held on to the tenth spot after missing the cut.

Race to the CME Globe standings.
The winner of the Race earns a million dollar bonus at the end of the season.

Tags: Anna Nordqvist Azahara Muñoz Jessica Korda Karrie Webb Lexi Thompson Lizette Salas LPGA Lydia Ko Michelle Wie Paula Creamer Race To The CME Globe Stacy Lewis

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