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Tournament results: CME Globe - LPGA

Results for the CME Globe - LPGA are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2020
Awards
2035 pts
n/a
CME Group

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Park, Inbee

Venue

Score

2035 pts

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

CME Group

Inbee Park (S Kor) won the LPGA Tour's 2020 season-long points chase, the Race to the CME Globe, with 2,035 pts. Danielle Kang (USA) was second with 1,961 pts; Sei Young Kim (S Kor) was third with 1,618 pts. The 2020 "Race", based on points earned for "above the cut line" finishes, determined the 70 competitors for the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship (which was won by Jin Young Ko).

2019
Awards
4148 pts
CME Group

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Ko, Jin Young

Venue

Score

4148 pts

Prize money

Title sponsor

CME Group

Jin Young Ko (S Kor; 4,148 pts) won the LPGA Tour's season-long points chase, the Race to the CME Globe. Brooke Henderson (Can) was second with 2,907 pts; Minjee Lee (Aus) was third with 2,870 pts. The 2019 "Race", based on points earned for "above the cut line" finishes, determined the 60 competitors for the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship (which was won by Sei Young Kim).

2018
Awards
6,750 pts
$1,000,000
CME Group

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Jutanugarn, Ariya

Venue

Score

6,750 pts

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

CME Group

Jutanugarn (Thai) won the LPGA Tour season-long points chase with 6,750 pts, to capture the Race to the CME Globe and $1 million bonus. Brooke Henderson (Can) was second with 5,200 pts; Nasa Hataoka (Jpn) was third with 5,100 pts. The Globe is awarded based on points earned for "above the cut line" finishes during the LPGA Tour season.

2017
Awards
7,450 pts
$1,000,000
CME Group

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Thompson, Lexi

Venue

Score

7,450 pts

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

CME Group

Thompson (USA) won the LPGA Tour season-long points chase, to capture the Race to the CME Globe and $1 million bonus. Sung-hyun Park (S Kor) was second with 6,250 pts; Ariya Jutanugarn (Thai) was third with 5,900 pts. The Globe is awarded based on points earned for "above the cut line" finishes during the LPGA Tour season.

2016
Awards
6,800 pts
$1,000,000
CME Group

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Jutanugarn, Ariya

Venue

Score

6,800 pts

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

CME Group

Jutanugarn (Thai) won the LPGA Tour season-long points chase, to capture the Race to the CME Globe and $1 million bonus. Lydia Ko (NZ) was second with 5,050 pts; Brooke M. Henderson (Can) was third with 4,370 pts. The Globe is awarded based on points earned for "above the cut line" finishes during the LPGA Tour season.

2015
Awards
6,000 pts
$1,000,000
CME Group

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Ko, Lydia

Venue

Score

6,000 pts

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

CME Group

Ko (NZ) won the LPGA Tour season-long points chase, to capture her second straight Race to the CME Globe and $1 million bonus. Inbee Park (S Kor) was second with 5,700 pts; Lexi Thompson (USA) was third with 5,000 pts. The Globe is awarded based on points earned for "above the cut line" finishes during the LPGA Tour season.

2014
Awards
7,500 pts
$1,000,000
CME Group

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Ko, Lydia

Venue

Score

7,500 pts

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

CME Group

Ko (NZ) won the inaugural LPGA Tour season-long points chase, to capture the Race to the CME Globe and $1 million bonus. Stacy Lewis (USA) was second with 5,650 pts; Michelle Wie (USA) was third with 5,100 pts. The Globe is awarded based on points earned for "above the cut line" finishes during the LPGA Tour season.

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