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LPGA finalizes field for first International Crown since 2018

April 03, 2023
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Sam Greenwood

The field is now set for the first Hanwha LifePlus International Crown since 2018. Those eligible to represent their countries were finalized following the Rolex Women’s World Rankings release on Monday. All players have until April 7 to accept their spot. The eight countries to play in the tournament were decided back in November based on the average world ranking points of the top four players from each country.

Here are the 32 players that make up the teams for their respective nations to tee it up May 4-7 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. The seeding for the countries will remain the same, independent of who commits to playing for the team.

1: United States (34 points)
Nelly Korda (2)
Lexi Thompson (6)
Lilia Vu (12)
Danielle Kang (14)

2: South Korea (44 points)
Jin Young Ko (3)
Hyo-Joo Kim (9)
In Gee Chun (11)
Min Ji Park (21)

3: Japan (86 points)
Nasa Hataoka (13)
Ayaka Furue (19)
Miyu Yamashita (25)
Yuka Saso (29)

4: Sweden (111 points)
Linn Grant (22)
Maja Stark (27)
Madelene Sagstrom (28)
Anna Nordqvist (34)

5: England (174 points)
Georgia Hall (10)
Charley Hull (16)
Jodi Ewart Shadoff (45)
Bronte Law (103)

6: Thailand (213 points)
Atthaya Thitikul (4)
Patty Tavatanakit (57)
Moriya Jutanugarn (71)
Ariya Jutanugarn (81)

7: Australia (309 points)
Minjee Lee (5)
Hannah Green (23)
Stephanie Kyriacou (107)
Sarah Kemp (177)

8: China (323 points)
Xiyu Lin (17)
Ruoning Yin (32)
Haruka Morita (130)
Yuting Shi (144)