Stacy Lewis continues to hold the top spot in the season-long Race to the CME Globe with yet another top-10 at the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic. Lewis has 11 total top-10s on the LPGA, including two wins. She is on the fast track to earning the million dollar bonus at the end of the year.
Michelle Wie is number two in the standings, and she registered her eighth top-10 of the season at the Manulife Financial. Wie tied Lewis for sixth place in Canada to remain in the second spot.
Anna Nordqvist finished T10 in Canada for her fifth top-10 of the season. She is third in the Race to the CME Globe.
Inbee Park shot a final round 10-under 61 at the Manulife Financial for her first win of the season. She began the final round two strokes behind Shanshan Feng, and cruised to victory after going nine-under through the first 14 holes of Sunday’s round. Park jumped from 11th in the standings to fourth, and is in a good place with a hot putter for the U.S. Women’s Open in a couple weeks.
Karrie Webb slipped from fourth to fifth in the Race after opting to skip the Manulife Financial.
Lydia Ko registered her sixth top-10 in Canada, and is sixth in the standings.
No. 7 Jessica Korda and No. 8 Azahara Munoz switched places from last week.
Lexi Thompson fell from fifth to ninth, showing some volatility in the rankings. She did not play the Manulife Financial.
Paul Creamer moved from ninth to tenth.