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World Golf Awards 2017

World Golf Awards 2017

World Golf Awards 2017 Live Stream Online,The most prestigious awards programme in the golf tourism industry will take place at the famous venue in Murcia, from 23-26 November 2017.

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World Golf Awards 2017

There are a lot more coveted prizes to be claimed here than just that glass cube full of $1 million in the last leg of the season-long Race to the CME Globe.

The Rolex world No. 1 ranking, the Rolex Player of the Year Award, the Vare Trophy for low scoring average and the LPGA money-winning title all hang in the balance.

Oh yeah, so does a $500,000 first-place tournament check.

The battles for big prizes are so tight, they threaten to make Sunday’s finish more pressure-packed than a major championship.

There is arguably more history to be made this week than in any single major, with multiple honors in the offering.

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A breakdown of what’s at stake:

Rolex world No. 1 ranking

Three hundredths of a point separate the top three players in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings.

The top three’s average world rankings:

1: Shanshan Feng, 8.46.

2: Sung Hyun Park, 8.44.

3: So Yeon Ryu, 8.43.

Feng took the top spot this week after winning the Blue Bay LPGA in China, her second consecutive victory and third of the season. The scenarios that could lead to another change this week will be head spinning.

Rolex Player of the Year

Four players are still in the hunt for this point-based award.

Ryu leads with 162 points. Feng is just three points back, Ryu only five behind and Lexi Thompson 15 behind. A victory is worth 30 points this week, second worth 12, third worth nine, with points awarded down to a single point for 10th place.

Vare Trophy

Hall of Famer Beth Daniel coveted the Vare Trophy for low scoring average more than the Player of the Year Award, because she believed it was the best measurement of consistent excellence through a season.

She isn’t alone.

Daniel, by the way, won three Player of the Year awards and three Vare Trophies.

Thompson leads the tour in scoring, 0.112 average strokes ahead of Park with In Gee Chun also still in the running.

The averages:

1: Lexi Thompson, 69.147

2: Sung Hyun Park, 69.259

3: In Gee Chun, 69.269

The LPGA estimates Park needs to finish about nine or 10 shots ahead of Thompson to claim the Vare Trophy.

Money winning title

Park leads in money won this season, but with the first-place tournament check of $500,000 this week, Park hasn’t locked up the title yet.

Park has won $298,047 more than Ryu.

Ryu can claim the title, but she has to win to do so, and then hope Park doesn’t finish solo second.

The money winning list:

1: Shung Hyun Park, $2,262,472

2: So Yeon Ryu, $1,964,425

3: Shanshan Feng, $1,703,326


Race to the CME Globe

Lexi Thompson leads the points re-set, but the season-long race for the $1 million jackpot is set up so that any one of the top 12 in Naples has a chance at the top money prize. The top five are guaranteed to win the top payout if they win the CME Group Tour Championship.

Thompson is trying to become the first American to win the jackpot since the CME Race was instituted four years ago.

The point standings:

1: Lexi Thompson, 5,000

2: Sung Hyun Park, 4,750

3: Shanshan Feng, 4,500

4: So Yeon Ryu, 4,250

5: Brooke Henderson, 4,000

6: In Gee Chun, 3,600

7: Cristie Kerr, 3,200

8: Moriya Jutanugarn, 2,800

9: Ariya Jutanugarn, 2,400

10: Anna Nordqvist, 2,100

11: Stacy Lewis, 1,800

12: Lydia Ko, 1,600

A victory this week is worth 3,500 points, with second place worth 2,450, third worth 2,250 with points awarded on down through 40th place.

AMA Awards 2017

AMA Awards 2017 Live Stream Online.The 45th edition of the AMAs will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. But before the show starts, you need a run-down of what to expect on the big night. Calling all music lovers and Black-ish fans: Tracee Ellis Ross is hosting the 2017 American Music Awards on Sunday night.

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Date: November 19, 2017, 5:00 PM PST

AMA Awards 2017

It was only announced a few days ago that Ross would emcee this year’s ceremony. She amusingly posted on Instagram, “I couldn’t miss the @AMAs honoring my mom @DianaRoss… so I’m hosting the show!” The actress’ iconic mother was chosen back in October to be the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. In addition to giving a speech, she’s expected to also do what will surely be a memorable performance.

Of course, she’s just one of many artists slated to take the stage during the three-hour live show. Kelly Clarkson and Pink will open the broadcast with their first-ever joint performance, while Imagine Dragons will be collaborating with Khalid. Hailee Steinfeld, Alesso, Florida Georgia Line and Watt are all teaming up together, too, as are Zedd and Alessia Cara. Demi Lovato will belt “Sorry Not Sorry,” and Selena Gomez plans to give her debut TV performance of “Wolves.”

The event will also mark a “first” for BTS, as this will be the first time the K-pop group performs at an American awards show. Christina Aguilera also signed on to do a tribute in honor of Whitney Houston and the anniversary of The Bodyguard. Shawn Mendes, Niall Horan, Nick Jonas and Portugal. The Man are all performing, too. And then there’s Lady Gaga, who will be featured via satellite from her Washington, D.C. concert.

Amidst all the performances, awards will be handed out. For that, and to introduce all the special music moments, a number of stars from music, TV, movies and beyond have signed up to help out. DJ Khaled, Ciara, The Chainsmokers, Heidi Klum, Billy Eichner, Yara Shahidi, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jared Leto, Jenna Dewan Tatum and Mark Cuban are just some of the famous faces taking part. The AMAs are scheduled to air on ABC at 8 p.m. Eastern, following a Twitter-only red carpet pre-show. Stay tuned for the live stream!

Closing out the year in pop culture is ABC’s American Music Awards, hosted by black-ish’s Tracee Ellis Ross and featuring an impressive roster of performers, including Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, and Lady Gaga.

The awards, which are entirely decided and voted on by fans, offer an egalitarian read on the state of pop music outside of the Recording Academy, which decides Grammy winners, and nominally without industry interference. This is not to say, however, that the show will be at all short of A-list talent. Bruno Mars, The Chainsmokers, Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran are all up for Artist of the Year.

Host Tracee Ellis Ross’s mother, Diana Ross, will perform and receive the American Music Award for Lifetime Achievement, and Christina Aguilera will pay tribute to Whitney Houston by performing music from the late star’s movie, The Bodyguard, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this month.

Excitingly, Selena Gomez will perform for the first time in a year, after receiving a kidney transplant over the summer, and K-Pop group BTS will make their stateside television debut.

The show is scheduled to be broadcast live on ABC on Sunday, November 19, at 8 p.m. ET, and is shaping up to be a star-studded affair that should not be missed.