LPGA Tour
$3,250,000 Evian Masters Field
Evian Masters Golf Club
Par 72 - 6345 Yards
Evian-les-Bains, France
Jul 22 - Jul 25, 2010
 
Shi Hyun Ahn
Sun Ju Ahn
Helen Alfredsson
Kaori Aoyama
Chie Arimura
Yukari Baba
Kyeong Bae
Amanda Blumenherst
Na Yeon Choi
Paula Creamer
Laura Davies
Laura Diaz
Tamie Durdin
Shanshan Feng
Meaghan Francella
Yuri Fudoh
Asako Fujimoto
Sandra Gal
Nicole Gergely
Natalie Gulbis
Sophie Gustafson
Hee-Won Han
Mayu Hattori
Maria Hernandez
Ran Hong
Amy Hung
Mi Jung Hur
Pat Hurst
Vicky Hurst
Karine Icher
Akane Iijima
Juli Inkster
Jeong Jang
Mi Jeong Jeon
Eun-Hee Ji
Felicity Johnson
Trish Johnson
Haeji Kang
Jimin Kang
Soo-Yun Kang
Cristie Kerr
Christina Kim
I.K. Kim
Ji-Hyun Kim
Song-Hee Kim
Katherine Kirk
Rui Kitada
Miho Koga
Yoshimi Kohda
Candie Kung
Virginie Lagoutte-Clement
Brittany Lang
Bo-Mee Lee
Jee Young Lee
Meena Lee
Seon Hwa Lee
Stacy Lewis
Brittany Lincicome
Teresa Lu
Diana Luna
Karen Lunn
Catriona Matthew
Maria McBride
Kristy McPherson
Simi Mehra
Ai Miyazato *
Mika Miyazato
Anja Monke
Janice Moodie
Rikako Morita
Azahara Munoz
Gwladys Nocera
Anna Nordqvist
Ji Young Oh
Lee-Anne Pace
Hee Young Park
Inbee Park
Florentyna Parker
Suzann Pettersen
Stacy Prammanasudh
Morgan Pressel
Beatriz Recari
Melissa Reid
Caroline Rominger
Miki Saiki
Hee Kyung Seo
Giulia Sergas
Alena Sharp
Jiyai Shin
Marianne Skarpnord
Kristie Smith
Angela Stanford
Sherri Steinhauer
Karen Stupples
Bo Mi Suh
Lexi Thompson
Iben Tinning
Yani Tseng
Momoko Ueda
Ayako Uehara
Mariajo Uribe
Maria Verchenova
Wendy Ward
Karrie Webb
Linda Wessberg
Michelle Wie
Lindsey Wright
Amy Yang
Eunjung Yi
Sakura Yokomine
Sun Young Yoo
* - Defending Champion
 
NOTES
Last year, Ai Miyazato captured the Evian Masters for her first victory in four full seasons on the LPGA Tour. This week, she returns to the site of that win as the No. 1 player in the world. What a difference a year makes. Miyazato beat Sophie Gustafson in a playoff last year to finally break through for her long-awaited maiden title. The talented Japanese star has already won four times this season and is currently the top-ranked women`s player by a very slim margin over Cristie Kerr. Outside of the major championships, the Evian Masters might be the next-best draw on tour, so all of the top names in women`s golf will be in the field this week. Among them are all three of the 2010 major champions -- Yani Tseng (Kraft Nabisco Championship), Kerr (LPGA Championship) and Paula Creamer (U.S. Open) -- as well as top draw Michelle Wie and former winner Natalie Gulbis. Golf Channel will have coverage of all four rounds, including three hours on Saturday and Sunday from 1-4 p.m. (et). Next week is the final major of the season, the Women`s British Open, which was won by Catriona Matthew last year.