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The grand finale of the 2014 LPGA Tour season, the CME Group Tour Championship, will played at the Tiburón Golf Club located at the Ritz Carlton Golf Resort Nov. 20-23. The CME Group Tour Championship brings the world’s best players to Southwest Florida in a unique, season-long point based qualifying format.  Last year, China’s Shanshan Feng outdueled a star-studded leaderboard for her third-career victory and took home the winners check of $500,000.

The “Race to the CME Globe” is a season-long points program that showcases the best performing players from the 2014 LPGA Tour season, and also highlights each and every title sponsor on the LPGA Tour.

CME Group Tour Championship Eligibility

The CME Group Tour Championship field will be determined as follows:

  • Top 72 LPGA Members and those tied for 72nd on the Race to the CME Globe Points Standings, ranked in the order of their position on the standings at the conclusion of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex
  • LPGA Members, not otherwise qualified, who win at least one Official LPGA Tournament during the season
  • Non-members who win at least one Official LPGA Tournament during the season

CME Group Tour Championship Reset

Following the Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex, LPGA Members who meet the entry criteria for the CME Group Tour Championship will be seeded based on their position on the Race to the CME Globe Points Standings. Points for each Member will then be reset for the CME Group Tour Championship based on the points reset table listed on the next page.  The reset will ensure that the race will be won at the season-ending tournament.

  • All LPGA Members eligible for the CME Group Tour Championship field will receive reset points
  • In the event an LPGA Member is eligible for the Tour Championship, but she does not compete, her reset points will not be reallocated to the next player on the list
  • The leader on the Race to the CME Globe Points Standings through the Lorena Ochoa Invitational will have her points reset to 5,000
  • Reset points will give the year’s top performers an advantage heading into the Tour Championship, but they will not guarantee any player the Race to the CME Globe victory
  • After the reset, the players in the top-3 positions on the Race to the CME Globe Points Standings will be able to win the Race to the CME Globe with a win at the Tour Championship; and the players in the top-9 positions will have a mathematical chance to win the race (based on various scenarios)

LPGA Members finishing in the top 40 and ties at the Tour Championship will receive Race to the CME Globe points (CME Group Tour Championship Points Distribution table is shown on the next page) and the winner of the CME Group Tour Championship will receive 3,500 points.

At the conclusion of the CME Group Tour Championship, the points each player earns at the Tour Championship will be added to her reset points. The player with the highest point total will be named the winner of the Race to the CME Globe

In the event of a tie in the Race to the CME Globe, the winner will be decided by a sudden-death playoff immediately following the completion of the competition. 

Note:  Ties – Players tied in the Race to the CME Globe Points Standings at the conclusion of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational will each be awarded reset points for the tied position.  Points will not be averaged and distributed to the tied positions.

Note: CME Group Tour Championship Ties – Players tying for a finish position will each be awarded points for the tied position. Points will not be averaged and distributed to the tied positions.


CME Group Tour Championship Reset and Point Distribution by Finish Position

The table below shows the reset points and the points to be awarded at the CME Group Tour Championship:

Finish 
Position
CME Group Tour
Championship
Reset Points
CME Group Tour
Championship
Points Distribution
Finish 
Position
CME Group Tour
Championship
Reset Points
CME Group Tour
Championship
Points Distribution
 1
5000 3500 37 280 240
 2 4500 2400 38 260 230
 3 4000 2200 39 240 220
 4 3600 1800 40
220 210
 5 3200 1500 41 210 -
 6 2800 1200 42 200 -
 7 2400 1000 43 190 -
 8 2000 750 44 180 -
 9 1600 650 45 170 -
 10 1200 550 46 160 -
 11 960 500 47 150 -
 12 920 490  48 140 -
 13 880 480  49 130 -
 14 840 470  50 120 -
 15 800
460  51 115 -
 16 760 450 52 110 -
 17 720 440 53 105 -
 18 680 430 54 100 -
 19 640 420 55 95 -
 20 620 410 56 90 -
 21 600 400 57 85 -
 22 580
390 58 80 -
 23 560 380 59 75 -
 24 540 370 60 70 -
 25 520 360 61 65 -
 26 500 350 62  60 -
 27 480 340 63 55 -
 28 460 330 64 50 -
 29 440 320 65 45 -
 30 420 310 66 40 -
 31 400 300 67 35 -
 32
380 290 68
30 -
 33
360 280 69 25 -
 34
340 270 70 20 -
 35
320 260 71 15 -
 36 300 250 72+ 10 -


Tiburón Golf Club

2600 Tiburón Dr
Naples, FL 34109
Contact Number: 239-593-2000
Tiburón Golf Club Website


Tiburón Golf Club at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples

Tiburón Golf Club, a WCI managed facility, featuring two Greg Norman-designed golf courses, was carved from 800 acres of prime southwest Florida real estate. The courses reflect Norman’s appreciation for pristine natural settings and his passion for great golf. The Black and The Gold courses contain a combination of stacked sod-wall bunkers and tricky coquina waste bunkers. Certified as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International, Tiburón reflects a strong commitment to enhancing and protecting the natural resources. Tiburón Golf Club at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples annually hosts the Franklin Templeton Shootout and is home of the TaylorMade Performance Lab and the PGA TOUR Academy Tiburón.



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