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The Evian Championship
The Evian Championship
Evian Golf Club
Evian-Les-Bains, France
September 11th - 14th 2014
Contracted Prize Fund: US $3,250,000
Euro Prize Fund:  2,407,470
Field Size: TBC
 
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Hyo-Joo Kim wins Evian on Major Championship Debut
South Korea’s Hyo-Joo Kim became the third youngest winner of a women’s Major as she held off a final round charge from Australian Karrie Webb to win the Evian Championship in France...... more
Hyo-Joo Kim two clear going into the back nine
South Korean teenager Hyo-Joo Kim was closing in on her first major as she kept her lead heading into the back nine on Sunday at the Evian Championship...... more
Hyo-Joo Kim back on pole
First round leader Hyo-Joo Kim fired a third round one-over-par 72 to regain her lead at the Evian Championship. On a day when tricky gusts and tucked pin positions made the Evian Resort Golf Course play much tougher than the first two days, a round containing four birdies and five bogeys saw the 19-year-old South Korean end on eight-under-par, one stroke ahead of seven-time major champion Karrie Webb from Australia. ..... more
Lincicome goes one clear at Evian
Practising barefoot helped Brittany Lincicome to shoot a six-under-par 65 and take a one stroke lead after the second round of the Evian Championship...... more
Hyo-Joo Kim shoots lowest ever round in a Major Championship
Hyo-Joo Kim fired a stunning 10-under-par 61 – the lowest ever round in men’s or women’s major - to take a four stroke lead after the first round of the Evian Championship in France...... more
Interview with World No.3 Lydia Ko
Lydia Ko finished second at the 2013 Evian Championship, her last tournament as an amateur, ending two strokes behind Suzann Pettersen in the weather shortened 54-hole event. She already has four victories on the LPGA and one on the LET but this is her last chance to become the world´s youngest major championship winner. On Sunday, Lydia will be aged 17 years, 4 months and 21 days and Young Tom Morris was 17 years, 5 months and 8 days when he won the 1868 Open Championship...... more
Ariane Provot: from fan to participant
French Ladies European Tour rookie Ariane Provot was a young spectator when Paula Creamer won the Evian Masters. Nine years on, she is making her first appearance at The Evian Championship as a competitor, having won the inaugural qualifier at the Evian Resort Golf Club in June...... more
Lee-Anne Pace eyes first major
Lee-Anne Pace is back in action after a two week break from tournament golf and feels ready to contend for her first major at the Evian Championship in France...... more
Nikki Campbell makes Evian Championship debut
Australian Nikki Campbell is playing in the Evian Championship for the first time this week in her second season as a member of the Ladies European Tour. With seven top 10 finishes from 12 starts this season, including second at the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters, she is lying in fifth place on the order of merit and she has another experienced tour player on her bag this week with South African Stacy Lee Bregman acting as her caddie. ..... more
Valentine Derrey confident ahead of Evian debut
Frenchwoman Valentine Derrey is full of confidence on her Evian Championship debut having finished fourth in the Helsingborg Open last week. ..... more
Gwladys Nocera and Evian: unfinished business
Gwladys Nocera has been the Ladies European Tour’s leading French player for a number of years having collected 12 trophies since 2006 and won the order of merit in 2008, but so far she has not played her best golf at the Evian Masters, now the Evian Championship...... more
Florentyna Parker has a secret weapon
Those watching Florentyna Parker at the Evian Championship may need to do a double take when they see a familiar face carrying her golf bag...... more
Julie Greciet set for major debut
Julie Greciet, who earned her first Ladies European Tour title at the Sberbank Golf Masters in the Czech Republic in late July, is making her first appearance in a major championship this week. ..... more
Trish Johnson excited to be back at Evian
England’s Trish Johnson earned her place in this week’s Evian Championship with her 19th Ladies European Tour victory at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open a fortnight ago and she is looking forward to playing on the new layout, which was redesigned for the major championship last year...... more
Ariane Provot on all things French
Ladies European Tour rookie Ariane Provot from France is making her first appearance in the Evian Championship having qualified at Evian Resort Golf Club. Here we get to know her a little better. ..... more
Ladies European Tour says ‘Bonjour’ to The Evian Championship
The final major of the 2014 Ladies European Tour season takes place this week with the Evian Championship at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France, on September 11-14...... more
Inaugural Rolex Annika Major Award to be decided at Evian Championship
Michelle Wie currently leads the standings with 84 points following her victory at the U.S. Women’s Open and her runner-up finish at the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Sitting just 10 points behind Wie is Rolex Rankings No. 2 Inbee Park, who recently won the Wegmans LPGA Championship, and Lexi Thompson sits in third with 68 points. ..... more
Minjee Lee makes professional debut
Minjee Lee, the No. 1 ranked female amateur golfer in the world, announced earlier this week that she will make her professional debut at the Evian Championship. Lee is coming off a strong week at the Women’s World Amateur Team Championship where she led Team Australia to victory with rounds of 64-65 in Japan. ..... more
Pettersen looking for strong title defence
Suzann Pettersen heads back to the site of her second major championship this week as defending champion and has been playing very solid golf as of late. Pettersen, ranked No. 4 in the Rolex Rankings, has recorded five top-10 finishes in her last six starts but has struggled closing out tournaments. ..... more
Kylie Walker on the road to recovery
Scotland’s Kylie Walker was forced to retire from the Helsingborg Open in Sweden on Sunday morning due to injury, having been tied for 10th place going into the final round. Now at the Evian Resort Golf Club, she is preparing to play in the Evian Championship for the first time, but taking additional care. ..... more
Michelle Wie returns to action after injury
It’s been a little over a month since fans last saw Michelle Wie in action but the two-time winner this year will make her return to competition this week at The Evian Championship. Wie will be vying for her second major victory of the season after sitting out for five weeks due to a stress reaction in her right index finger. Wie last played at the Meijer LPGA Classic in early August where she had to withdraw during the first round due to the injury...... more

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