The U.S. Women’s Open in Pebble Beach has a record number of entries; Paula Creamer, Cristie Kirr and others will be trying to qualify.

By Fly Pin High |
May 4, 2023

No surprise, the USGA has received a record number of 2,107 entries to the 2023 U.S. Women’s Open on Pebble Beach Golf Links. It is the first time entries have exceeded 2,000. The previous record was 1,874 last year, set at Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club.

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Paula Creamer, Cristie Kerr and other past champions will need to qualify to compete at the first Women’s Open to be held ever at Pebble Beach. The qualifier for May 15 will be held at Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield, New Jersey. Both had previously received special exemptions to the championship.

World No. Nelly Korda, the current World No. The field will include players who have won LPGA sanctioned events in the period between now and the 3rd of July, as well as those who are among the 75 top Rolex Rankings points leaders as at July 3. A spot will be reserved for the winner of 2023 NCAA Women’s Division I Championship.

Anna Nordqvist, a three-time major winner, played Pebble Beach last week for the first and almost aced its par-3 7th hole. She said it was “probably” the most difficult course she has ever played in America.

Nordqvist said, “I got lucky with the weather.” “It began blowing on the back nine but what a fantastic golf course.

The U.S. Women’s Open is going to be a fantastic tournament. “I’ve been a professional since 2009 and to be able to play golf at such an iconic venue is a great opportunity for women’s golf.”

Korda stated that she has never played Pebble Beach. Danielle Kang also said the same. Lexi Thompson first played it last year, during an outing with Cypress Point.

Thompson said, “It is an incredible venue.” Thompson said, “I played it for the very first time at the end of the last year. The weather was perfect. “It was 70 degrees with a wind of 5 miles per hours and everyone was saying, don’t become accustomed to this.”

Bella Simoes is a Brazilian amateur aged 9 years old. The oldest is Kimberly Williams (60), a professional from Bethesda in Maryland.

The following list includes all players eligible for the U.S. Women’s Open in 2023 (as at May 4).

  • Marina Alex
  • Na Rin An
  • Aditi Ashok
  • a-Saki Baba
  • a-Jessica Baker
  • Celine Boutier
  • Ashleigh Buhai
  • a-Krissy Carman
  • Chella Choi
  • Hye-Jin Choi
  • In Gee Chun
  • a-Monet Chun
  • Carlota Ciganda
  • Allisen Corpuz
  • Gemma Dryburgh
  • Ally Ewing
  • Ayaka Furue
  • Linn Grant
  • Hannah Green
  • Georgia Hall
  • Mina Harigae
  • Nasa Hataoka
  • Brooke Henderson
  • Charley Hull
  • Mone Inami
  • Chisato Iwai
  • Eun-Hee Ji
  • Ariya Jutanugarn
  • Danielle Kang
  • Minami Katsu
  • Haruka Kawasaki
  • Megan Khang
  • A Lim Kim
  • Grace Kim
  • Hyo Joo KIM
  • Sei Young Kim
  • Cheyenne Knight
  • Jin Young Ko
  • Lydia Ko
  • Jessica Korda
  • Nelly Korda
  • Jennifer Kupcho
  • Brittany Lang
  • Bronte Law
  • Alison Lee
  • Andrea Lee
  • Da Yeon Lee
  • Minjee Lee
  • Mirim Lee
  • So Mi Lee
  • Jeongeun Lee6
  • Hee Jeong Kim
  • Xiyu Li
  • Gaby Lopez
  • Nanna Koerstz Madsen
  • Leona Maguire
  • Jill McGill
  • Yuna Nishimura
  • Anna Nordqvist
  • Ryann O’Toole
  • Min Ji Park
  • Sung Hyun Park
  • Paula Reto
  • Hae Ran Ryu
  • Madelene Sagstrom
  • Mao Saigo
  • Lizette Salas
  • Yuka Saso
  • Jodi Ewart Shadoff
  • Hinako Shibuno
  • Jiyai shin
  • Annika Sorenstam
  • Angela Stanford
  • Maja Stark
  • Patty Tavatanakit
  • Atthaya Thitikul
  • Lexi Thompson
  • Momoko Ueda
  • Lilia Vu
  • Michelle Wie West
  • Miyu Yamashita
  • Amy Yang
  • Angel Yin
  • Ruoning Yun
  • Yuri Yoshida
  • a-Yana wilson
  • a-Rose Zhang
  • (a-amateur)

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