2024 The Chevron Championship end results show how much money was won by each golfer, as well as the LPGA Tour leaderboard.

The 2024 Nelly Korda is in first place in the Chevron Championship final. She won at The Club at Carlton Woods in The Woodlands, Texas, this week, giving her the top spot on the LPGA Tour rankings.

2024 The Chevron Championship end results show how much money was won by each golfer, as well as the LPGA Tour leaderboard
2024 The Chevron Championship end results show how much money was won by each golfer, as well as the LPGA Tour leaderboard

Korda won her second major title of her career this week and tied the record for most straight LPGA Tour wins by two shots in the first major of the year at 13-under 275.

Maja Stark won by herself with a score of 11 under par, and Lauren Coughlin and Brooke Henderson tied for third place with a score of 10 under par.

Korda got the $1,185,000 prize, which was part of the $7,900,000 prize pool.

Notes on the Chevron Championship summary

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Finally, Korda wins the ninth LPGA Tour event of the season. This is her 13th win of the season, and she becomes the first player since 2004 to win five straight LPGA Tour events.

Korda won the event and received 650 points in the Race to the CME Globe. The top 60 players in points get to play in the CME Group Tour Championship at the end of the season.

As of this week, 73 players had made it through the 36-hole cut in the first major event of the season.

Next week, the 2024 JM Eagle LA Championship will be held in Los Angeles, California, as part of the 2024 LPGA Tour.

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2024 The final scores, leaderboard, and prize money for the Chevron Championship

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1Nelly Korda-1368696969275$1,185,000
2Maja Stark-1170696969277$733,210
T3Lauren Coughlin-1066737168278$471,675
T3Brooke Henderson-1071716472278$471,675
5Hae Ran Ryu-972666774279$331,182
6Carlota Ciganda-875676870280$270,965
7Esther Henseleit-772726770281$226,807
8Jin Hee Im-669677274282$198,710
T9A Lim Kim-572707071283$163,917
T9Yealimi Noh-571697172283$163,917
T9Minami Katsu-568717074283$163,917
12Atthaya Thitikul-469677276284$140,498
T13Jasmine Koo (a)-374707071285$0
T13Xiyu Lin-369717372285$123,904
T13Weiwei Zhang-372677274285$123,904
T13Nasa Hataoka-371716875285$123,904
T17Miyu Yamashita-272727171286$98,484
T17Linn Grant-275716872286$98,484
T17Anna Nordqvist-270707373286$98,484
T17Nanna Koerstz Madsen-274726674286$98,484
T17Andrea Lee-271697274286$98,484
T17Lydia Ko-269717175286$98,484
T23Jennifer Kupcho-172737171287$78,279
T23Ruoning Yin-174726972287$78,279
T23Charley Hull-174717072287$78,279
T23Georgia Hall-170737272287$78,279
T23Isabella Fierro-172707372287$78,279
T23Lottie Woad (a)-171697374287$0
T23Jiyai Shin-172736676287$78,279
T30Akie IwaiE71757171288$57,284
T30Ally EwingE74697471288$57,284
T30Brittany LincicomeE72717372288$57,284
T30Stephanie MeadowE71727372288$57,284
T30Sei Young KimE72727173288$57,284
T30Yuka SasoE72727074288$57,284
T30Madelene SagstromE71736975288$57,284
T30Narin AnE73706976288$57,284
T30Auston KimE72697176288$57,284
T30Marina AlexE68737176288$57,284
T40Caroline Masson172737371289$41,012
T40Olivia Cowan171757172289$41,012
T40Peiyun Chien173707373289$41,012
T40Shinsil Bang174657674289$41,012
T40Stephanie Kyriacou172697375289$41,012
T40Gabriela Ruffels169737077289$41,012
T46Mone Inami274727371290$33,519
T46Hye-Jin Choi273727273290$33,519
T46Chanettee Wannasaen271717573290$33,519
T46Amy Yang273707275290$33,519
T50Ayaka Furue371717574291$28,801
T50Hinako Shibuno376697175291$28,801
T50Wei-Ling Hsu372737076291$28,801
T50Jodi Ewart Shadoff370707279291$28,801
T54Paula Reto476687771292$25,691
T54Robyn Choi473736977292$25,691
T54Gemma Dryburgh474687080292$25,691
T57Jenny Shin570767374293$23,282
T57Xiaowen Yin574717177293$23,282
T57Allisen Corpuz572717377293$23,282
T60Alexa Pano672747078294$21,278
T60Lindy Duncan670717578294$21,278
T62Kristen Gillman770737775295$19,269
T62Aditi Ashok775717376295$19,269
T62Moriya Jutanugarn774727376295$19,269
T62Cheyenne Knight773737277295$19,269
T62Hee Young Park773707478295$19,269
T67Yuna Nishimura874727476296$17,863
T67Lindsey Weaver-Wright875707180296$17,863
69Ryann O’Toole972737577297$17,263
T70Caroline Inglis1071747380298$16,658
T70Sarah Kemp1070737580298$16,658
T72Mi Hyang Lee1171737877299$15,958
T72Karis Davidson1172747479299$15,958

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