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Photo Chun In-gee keeps the lead (Photo: Shizuka Minami)

Chun In-gee keeps first place Hinako Shibuno abstains, Yuka Saso 12th, Nasa Hataoka 35th

 
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Minjee Lee (Australia), who is aiming for a major consecutive win following the "US Women's Open", is tied for 2th place with a total of 10 under.
 

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    US Women's Open

    United States Women's Open Championship(Zenbeijo Open Championship,British: US Women's Open Championship) IsThe United States of AmericaGirls to be held inGolf OfMajor championshipone of.

    Overview

    United States Golf Association (USGA)Sponsored by, the first Sunday of June is set as the last day of each year.The venue changes every year.1946It is also the oldest surviving women's major since the first tournament was held in Japan.The total prize pool is $ 1 million and the winning prize is $ 1000 million.[1]..Men'sUS OpenCorresponds to.However, unlike the men's US Open, it is not a globally unified major championship,European Tour,Japan tourNot built into.

    Initially sponsored by the Women's Professional Golf Association (WPGA), 1950Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA)Since its establishment, it has become an LPGA official tournament, and since 1953 it has become a USGA-sponsored championship.

    If the 72 holes are not settled, the playoffs will be played in 2 holes.It used to be the playoffs of 18 holes and 3 holes the next day.

    The winner of this tournament will be awarded a gold medal and the Hartton S. Semple Trophy.

    Qualification for final selection

    Qualification as an amateur must be an amateur as of the first day of the event[2].

    Successive winners

    Held yearWinnerCountry of originHeld courseWinning scoreParthe amount
    ($)
    Winning prize ($)
    1946Patty BergUnited States flag The United States of AmericaSpokane Country Club5 & 419,7005,600
    1947Betty JamesonUnited States flag The United States of AmericaStarmount Forest Country Club295-97,5002,000
    1948Babe ZahariasUnited States flag The United States of AmericaAtlantic City Country Club300E7,5002,000
    1949Louise SuggsUnited States flag The United States of AmericaPrince George Golf & Country Club291-97,5002,000
    1950Babe ZahariasUnited States flag The United States of AmericaRolling Hills Country Club291-95,0001,000
    1951Betsy RawlsUnited States flag The United States of AmericaDruid Hills Golf Club293+57,5002,000
    1952Louise SuggsUnited States flag The United States of AmericaRose golf club284+87,5002,000
    1953Betsy RawlsUnited States flag The United States of AmericaCountry Club of Rochester230+10 PO7,5002,000
    1954Babe ZahariasUnited States flag The United States of AmericaSalem Country Club291+37,5002,000
    1955Fay CrockerUruguay flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.euWichita Country Club299+117,5002,000
    1956Kathy CorneliusUnited States flag The United States of AmericaNorthland Country Club302+11 PO6,0001,500
    1957Betsy RawlsUnited States flag The United States of AmericaWinged Foot Golf Club(East)299+77,2001,800
    1958Mickey lightUnited States flag The United States of AmericaForest Lake Country Club290-27,2001,710
    1959Mickey lightUnited States flag The United States of AmericaChurchill Valley Country Club287-17,2001,710
    1960Betsy RawlsUnited States flag The United States of AmericaWarsester Country Club292+47,2001,710
    1961Mickey lightUnited States flag The United States of AmericaBaltus roll golf club293+58,0001,710
    1962Mule LindstromUnited States flag The United States of AmericaDan Golf and Beach Club301+138,0001,710
    1963Mary MillsUnited States flag The United States of AmericaKenwood Country Club289-39,0001,900
    1964Mickey lightUnited States flag The United States of AmericaSan Diego Country Club290-3 PO9,9002,090
    1965Carol MannUnited States flag The United States of AmericaAtlantic City Country Club290+217,7803,800
    1966Sandra SpujitchUnited States flag The United States of AmericaHazeltin National Golf Club297+920,0004,000
    1967Catherine Lacoste (a)French flag FranceVirginia Hot Springs294+625,0000
    1968Susie BurningUnited States flag The United States of AmericaMoslem Springs Golf Club289+525,0005,000
    1969Donna CaponiUnited States flag The United States of AmericaScénic Hills Country Club294+631,0405,000
    1970Donna CaponiUnited States flag The United States of AmericaMascogie Country Club287-130,0005,000
    1971Joanne CarnerUnited States flag The United States of AmericaKirka Club288E31,0005,000
    1972Susie BurningUnited States flag The United States of AmericaWinged Foot Golf Club(East)299+1140,0006,000
    1973Susie BurningUnited States flag The United States of AmericaCountry Club of Rochester290+240,0006,000
    1974Sandra HaynieUnited States flag The United States of AmericaLa Grande Country Club295+740,0006,073
    1975Sandra PalmerUnited States flag The United States of AmericaAtlantic City Country Club295+755,0008,044
    1976Joanne CarnerUnited States flag The United States of AmericaRolling green golf club292+8 PO60,0009,054
    1977Hollis StacyUnited States flag The United States of AmericaHazeltin National Golf Club292+475,00011,040
    1978Hollis StacyUnited States flag The United States of AmericaCountry Club of Indianapolis289+5100,00015,000
    1979Gerlin BlitzUnited States flag The United States of AmericaBrook Lawn Country Club284E125,00019,000
    1980Amy AlcottUnited States flag The United States of AmericaRichland Country Club280-4140,00020,047
    1981Pat BradleyUnited States flag The United States of AmericaLa Grande Country Club279-9150,00022,000
    1982Janet AndersonUnited States flag The United States of AmericaDel Paso Country Club283-5175,00027,315
    1983Jan StephensonAustralian flag AustraliaCedar Ridge Country Club290+6200,00032,780
    1984Hollis StacyUnited States flag The United States of AmericaSalem Country Club290+2225,00036,000
    1985Kathy GuadaninoUnited States flag The United States of AmericaBarstalol Golf Club280-8250,00041,975
    1986Jane GeddiesUnited States flag The United States of AmericaNCR Country Club287-1 PO300,00050,000
    1987Laura DaviesEngland flag EnglandPlainfield country club285-3 PO325,00055,000
    1988Lisa Lotte Neumann SwedenBaltimore Country Club277-7400,00070,000
    1989Betsy KingUnited States flag The United States of AmericaIndianwood Golf and Country Club278-2450,00080,000
    1990Betsy KingUnited States flag The United States of AmericaAtlanta Athletic Club284-4500,00085,000
    1991Meg MallonUnited States flag The United States of AmericaColonial Country Club283-1600,000110,000
    1992Patty SheehanUnited States flag The United States of AmericaOakmont Country Club280E PO700,000130,000
    1993Raleigh MartenUnited States flag The United States of AmericaCrooked Stick Golf Club280-4800,000144,000
    1994Patty SheehanUnited States flag The United States of AmericaIndianwood Golf & Country Club277-7850,000155,000
    1995Anika Sorenstam SwedenBroadmoor Golf Club East Course278-21,000,000175,000
    1996Anika Sorenstam SwedenPine Needles Lodge & Golf Club272-81,200,000212,500
    1997Allison NicholasEngland flag EnglandPumpkin Ridge Golf Club274-101,300,000232,500
    1998Park SeriRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaBlackwolf Run Golf Course290+6 PO1,500,000267,500
    1999Julie InksterUnited States flag The United States of AmericaOld Waverley Golf Club272-161,750,000315,000
    2000Curry webAustralian flag AustraliaMerit club282-62,750,000500,000
    2001Curry webAustralian flag AustraliaPine Needles Lodge & Golf Club273-72,900,000520,000
    2002Julie InksterUnited States flag The United States of AmericaPrairie Dunes Golf Club276-43,000,000535,000
    2003Hillary RankiUnited States flag The United States of AmericaPumpkin Ridge Golf Club283-1 PO3,100,000560,000
    2004Meg MallonUnited States flag The United States of AmericaOrchards Golf Club274-103,100,000560,000
    2005Birdie KimRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaCherry Hills Country Club287+33,100,000560,000
    2006Anika Sorenstam SwedenNewport Country Club284E PO3,100,000560,000
    2007Christy kerrUnited States flag The United States of AmericaPine Needles Lodge & Golf Club279-53,100,000560,000
    2008Park JinRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaInterlaken Country Club283-93,250,000585,000
    2009Ji EunhuiRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaSokon Valley Country Club284E3,250,000585,000
    2010Paula CreamerUnited States flag The United States of AmericaOakmont Country Club281-33,250,000585,000
    2011WillowRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaBroadmoor Golf Club East Course281-3 PO3,250,000585,000
    2012Choi Na YeonRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaBlackwolf Run Golf Course281-73,250,000585,000
    2013Park JinRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaSebonak Golf Club280-83,250,000585,000
    2014Michelle WieUnited States flag The United States of AmericaPinehurstNO.2278-24,000,000720,000
    2015Satoshi Tani[3]Republic of Korea flag South KoreaLancaster CC272-84,500,000810,000
    2016(English editionUnited States flag The United States of AmericaCord veil golf club282-6 PO4,500,000810,000
    2017Park Sung HyunRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaTrump National GC277-115,000,000900,000
    2018Ariya JutanugarnKingdom of Thailand flag ThailandShoal Creek Club277-11PO5,000,000900,000
    2019Lee Jung Eun 6[4]Republic of Korea flag South KoreaCC of Charleston278-65,500,0001,000,000
    2020(Korean versionRepublic of Korea flag South KoreaChampions GC281-35,500,0001,000,000
    2021Yuka SasasaPhilippines flag フィリピンOlympic club lake course280-4PO5,500,0001,000,000
    2022Minjee LeePine Needles Lodge & GC271 10,000,0001,800,000
    (a) is an amateur
    PO Wins the playoffs
    † The first match play was played, beating Betty Jameson 1 & 5.

    Future venues

    YearsOur CoursesvenueScheduleAchievements
    2023Pebble Beach Golf LinksPebble Beach, California6-1 November
    2024May 5-June 30
    2025May 5-June 29
    2026TBD
    2027Invanes ClubTBD
    2028Oakmont Country ClubTBD1992, 2010
    2029TBD2014
    2030TBD2008
    2031TBD
    2034TBD

    Oakmont Country Club is also slated to host in 2038.
    Oakland Hills Country Club is also slated to host in 2042.
    Merion Country Club is also slated to host in 2046.

    Source:[5][6][7]

    TV broadcast

    America

    In the United States after 2020NBC sportsOwns the broadcasting rights.The first and second days are the third and last daysNBCBroadcast on.Long time agoABC(ESPN) AndFoxWas being broadcast on.

    Japan

    Until 2017 in JapanUS OpenSimilarly,TV AsahiseriesIt was being broadcast on.In the past, the four days of the tournament were held from 4:5 to 00:8 in the early morning for three hours each day.ANN News] Was put in between.If the competition continues after 8:00 on the last day,Shinichi Hatori Morning Show』(In this case 8: 00-9: 55) was included and broadcast until the final group hole out.For this reason, only when broadcasting on TV,Good Morning"("Good morning morning sun』<Asahi Broadcasting <Current: Asahi Broadcasting Television>(Including local information programs such as>) is broadcast on Friday (first day) and Monday (last day) in Japan time, and Saturday's "Weekly news reader(Including local information programs such as "Good morning Asahi Saturday" <Asahi Broadcasting <current: Asahi Broadcasting Television >>), Sunday "TOKYO support declaration],Animation frame produced by Me-Tele,Super squadron seriesWas also suspended.

    Until 2003, it was almost the same sponsor as the US Open Golf. Network sales were reduced in 2004 and 2005, but in 2006 it was changed to full-length network sales.

    20067/1On the second day of the tournament, from 2:3 in the early morning, "2006 FIFA World Cup Best 16』\ For organization, organized at 6:10.After that, "It's morning! It's raw travel saladWas broadcast as a shortened version of 8:30, irregular organization.The US Open was 22 minutes long, while the US Women's Open was 2 minutes on Saturday's second day and 19 minutes on other tournament days.

    At the 2011th competition in 66,7/8The first day of the tournament is 1:7-00:9,7/9The second day of the tournament is 2:6-30:9,7/10The third day of the tournament was broadcast from 3:4 to 00:7.Due to suspension and suspension due to stormy weather, the schedule was delayed and delayed.7/11On the 4th day of the tournament, the initial schedule was changed, and in addition to the broadcast at 3:00-7:00 (Kanto local until 4:00), the front frame "GET SPORTS(1:05-3:00, broadcast only in some areas such as Kanto after 1:30) ・ "Information-filled live show Morning Bird!』(8: 00-9: 55, also broadcast on 3 NTV affiliated stations) was also broadcast in some time zones within each frame. Since the tournament could not be completed in 4 days, the final day of the tournament (5th day)7/12And this was broadcast at 4:55-6:30.After the 3rd day of the tournament, "ANN News" was included and broadcast.

    On the second day (2014st) of 2, from 21:6 in the early morning, "2014 FIFA World Cup "Honduras x Ecuador"』Broadcast from 20:3 midnight on the 30th for organization.

    However, as with the US Open, USGA has jurisdiction over the broadcasting rights after 2016, and the contract between TV Asahi and USGA has been difficult, so if TV Asahi cannot be broadcast, there is a possibility that it will be broadcast on other stations. Sometimes[8], On May 5, the same year, TV Asahi was decided to broadcast as scheduled.But at the same timeUEFA Euro 2016On TV Asahi, on the 10th of the last dayfinalWill be broadcast, so until the end of the final matchBS AsahiBroadcast on.After that, it was broadcast on terrestrial broadcasting until the end of the competition.

    After 2017,WOWOWBut it is being broadcast[9]..In the same year, it was broadcast on TV Asahi as before, but in the same year7/15The second day of the tournament starts at 2:4 in the early morningKyushu Asahi BroadcastingThen,Run! Yamakasa』\ Because of the organization, it was returned to the net.

    From 2018 to 2020Television Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd.seriesWas being broadcast on[10]..For this reason, only when broadcasting on TV,News Morning Satellite''Good morning''Kinda TV] Will be suspended on Friday (first day) and Monday (last day) in Japan time.Also,Saturday morning 7 o'clock animation frame,Animation frame at 7 o'clock on Sunday morningMay be suspended (In addition, in 2018, ``Disney SundayWas broadcast on the same day from 16:00 to 16:30). For 2020New Coronavirus (COVID-19)It was broadcast from December 12th to 11th and 13th of the same year due to the influence of.The 15th of the same month was postponed due to rain.[11], 0:12-5:45 on the same day[Note 2]The program that was originally planned was suspended or transferred at a later date, and then the broadcast was broadcast.[12].

    The 2021 tournament will be held by BS broadcast WOWOW and CS broadcast.Golf networkBroadcast only.There was no broadcast about terrestrial broadcasting[13].

    The 2022 tournament will be broadcast live on DAZN[14].

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    注 釈

    1. ^ The Evian Championship is for after promotion to the major tournament from 2013
    2. ^ Youth High School 3rd Grade CSome programs such as.

    Source

    1. ^ "The highest prize money in the history of women's sports totaling over 11 billion yen "US Women's Open"”. Golf Digest Online (December 2022, 1). 2019/5/30Browse.
    2. ^ "2014 US Women's Open Entry Form”. USGA. 2014/3/25Browse.
    3. ^ Chun In-gee wins the major in a reversal Mt. Ooyama Shiho is in 5th place --Golf Digest Online, July 2015, 7
    4. ^ Mamiko Higa finishes in 5th place Thailand Lee Jung Eun 6 wins US tour for the first time in major league ALBA June 2019, 06
    5. ^ "Lancaster Country Club to Host 2024 US Women's Open Championship”. LPGA. 2018/11/27Browse.
    6. ^ Pine, Julia (April 2019, 4). “Erin Hills to Host 2025 Women's Open, 2022 Mid-Amateur”. USGA. 2022/4/6Browse.
    7. ^ "US Women's Open Future Sites”. USGA. 2021/10/24Browse.
    8. ^ "Can't you see Matsuyama's feat?" US Open broadcast "disappearance crisis". Tokyo Sports(July 2016, 4). https://www.tokyo-sports.co.jp/sports/golf/529621/ 2020/9/26Browse. 
    9. ^ "The world's highest LPGA women's golf tour "Major Round 3! US Women's Open" will be broadcast for the first time at WOWOW!". WOWOW (September 2017, 5). 2017/6/5Browse.
    10. ^ "73rd US Women's Open Golf”. TV TOKYO. 2018/5/20Browse.
    11. ^ "Waiting for 3 and a half hours in Shibuno ... Postponed tomorrow due to bad weather on the last day". Nikkan SportsNikkan Sports Newspaper (May 2020, 12). As of March 14, 2020originalMore archives.2020/12/15Browse.
    12. ^ "Emergency live broadcast!The final day of the US Women's Open Golf [Hinako Shibuno, 1 stroke difference alone top! ]”. TV TOKYO (April 2020, 12). As of June 15, 2020originalMore archives.2020/12/15Browse.
    13. ^ "Sasao's feat of golf US Women's Open Background without terrestrial broadcasting". Mainichi Newspapers (September 2021, 6). 2021/6/8Browse.
    14. ^ "Acquired broadcasting rights for XNUMX major tournaments such as DAZN Golf US Open and US Women's Open --Sponichi Annex Sports”(Japanese). Sponichi Annex. 2022/4/30Browse.

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