The championship is open to any female professional or amateur golfer with a USGA handicap index not exceeding 2.4. 40.
60. Professionals ranked No. 51. Past winners of the Women's PGA Championship, Shanshan Feng (4,6,12), Brooke Henderson (3,4,5,6,12), Danielle Kang (3,4,6,9,12), Cristie Kerr (4,9,12), Anna Nordqvist (3,4,9,12), Inbee Park (3,4,6,12), Park Sung-hyun (3,4,5,6,12), 3. $23,145 Green is looking for her first LPGA Tour win and major victory this week. $22,163 27.
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Additional players are exempt from qualifying because of past performances in professional or amateur tournaments around the world. $79,433 , Cumulative tournament scores, relative to par. $87,280
$60,408 Players qualify by competing in one of 24 36-hole qualifying tournaments held at sites across the United States and at international sites in China, England, Japan, and South Korea.
$24,123 6. Girls' Junior and U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur (must be an amateur). $10,201
63.  Mamiko Higa shot an even-par 71 to maintain a one-stroke lead over Céline Boutier and Jessica Korda. Top 50 point leaders from the current Rolex Rankings and anyone tying for 50th place as of May 27, 19. 15.
12. 17. Below is the payout breakdown for the top 70 in the field at the 2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Professionals who have won an LPGA major championship in the previous five years and during the current year, Chun In-gee (4,6,12), Georgia Hall (4,6,9,12), Ariya Jutanugarn (4,6,12), Kim Hyo-joo (12), In-Kyung Kim (4,5,6,12), Ko Jin-young (4,6,12), Lydia Ko (4,6,12), Brittany Lang (9,12), Lee Jeong-eun (4,6,12), Pernilla Lindberg (4,12), Ryu So-yeon (4,5,6,12), Angela Stanford (4,12), Lexi Thompson (4,6,9,12), Michelle Wie (4,9,12), 4.
$8,435 $9,807 35. 1. 32. 39. 48.
Members of the European and United States Solheim Cup teams in 2017, Paula Creamer (12), Austin Ernst (12), Jodi Ewart Shadoff (12), Karine Icher, Caroline Masson (12), Catriona Matthew, Emily Kristine Pedersen, Gerina Piller (12), Mel Reid (12), Madelene Sagström (12). 11.
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Changing weather conditions led to only 16 players breaking par and 20 players shooting scores in the 80s. 57. 31. 8.
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The field includes 156 players who met one or more of the selection criteria and commit to participate by a designated deadline. Even for an artist like Phil Mickelson, science has changed how he plays the game, The short of it: How Augusta National’s Par-3 Course became a little piece of perfection. $73,548 61. $50,995 "U.S. Women's Open champion will earn $1 million for the first time", "74th U.S. Women's Open Championship – Entry Form", "Michelle Wie drops out of U.S. Women's Open with ailing wrist issue", "Entries closed for U.S. Women's Open as ages 11 to 63 try to qualify", "Stacy Lewis receives exemption into the U.S. Women's Open as USGA plans to review maternity policy", "2019 U.S. Women's Open Qualifying Results", "ANWA stars Jennifer Kupcho, Maria Fassi qualify for U.S. Women's Open", "Higa cards 65, lowest U.S. Women's Open debut", "Higa Retains Lead in Weather-Delayed Round 2", "Ex-Duke teammates Liu, Boutier take Open lead", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2019_U.S._Women%27s_Open&oldid=982552831, May 2019 sports events in the United States, June 2019 sports events in the United States, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 October 2020, at 21:23. 56. 4. $12,551
$26,084 The purse for the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship is set at $3.85 million, with the winner earning $577,500.
Any player who did not compete in the 2018 KPMG Women's PGA Championship due to maternity, provided she was otherwise qualified to compete.