Australian Ladies Masters

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Volvik RACV Ladies Masters
Tournament information
Location  Australia
Established 1990
Course(s) Royal Pines Resort
Tour(s) ALPG
LET
Format Stroke play
Prize fund 250,000
Month played February
Tournament record score
Aggregate 262 Karrie Webb (1999, 2010)
To par −26 Karrie Webb (1999, 2010)
Current champion
United States Cheyenne Woods

The Australian Ladies Masters is a golf tournament that is played in Australia. It is one of the leading tournaments on the ALPG Tour and has been co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET) since 2001. Between 1997 and 2000 it was an event on the LPGA Tour.

In 2007 the Masters was the richest women's golf tournament in Australia, with a prize fund of AUD 800,000. Although the 2008 prize fund dropped to AUD 600,000, the tournament remained the richest in Australia. The 150 strong 2007 field consisted of 55 ALPG players, 55 LET players, 18 LPGA of Korea Tour players, 3 LPGA of Japan Tour players and 19 sponsor's invitees. The tournament was founded in 1990 as a 54 hole stroke play event, and was originally called the Australian Ladies Masters. It expanded to 72 holes in 1994. Australia's most successful women golfer Karrie Webb has won the event a record eight times.

Tournament winners[edit]

Year Venue Winner Country Score Margin of victory Runner(s)-up Country
Volvik RACV Ladies Masters
2014 Royal Pines Resort Cheyenne Woods  United States 276 (−16) 2 strokes Minjee Lee (amateur)  Australia
2013 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 275 (−13) 2 strokes Chella Choi  South Korea
Ariya Jutanugarn  Thailand
Su-Hyun Oh  Australia
Gold Coast RACV Australian Ladies Masters
2012 Royal Pines Resort Christel Boeljon  Netherlands 267 (−21) 1 stroke Diana Luna  Italy
Kim Ha-neul  South Korea
Ryu So-yeon  South Korea
ANZ RACV Ladies Masters
2011 Royal Pines Resort Yani Tseng  Taiwan 264 (−24) 4 strokes Nikki Campbell  Australia
Stacy Lewis  United States
ANZ Ladies Masters
2010 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 262 (−26) 6 strokes Katherine Hull  Australia
Lee Bo-Mee  South Korea
2009 Royal Pines Resort Katherine Hull  Australia 272 (−16) 5 strokes Ryu So-Yeon  South Korea
Tamie Durdin  Australia
2008 Royal Pines Resort Lisa Hall  England 203 (−13) 1 stroke Shin Hyun-Ju  South Korea
2007 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 269 (−19) 2 strokes Shin Ji-Yai  South Korea
2006 Royal Pines Resort Amy Yang (amateur)  South Korea 275 (−13) Playoff Catherine Cartwright  United States
2005 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 271 (−16) 1 stroke Ai Miyazato  Japan
2004 Royal Pines Resort Annika Sörenstam  Sweden 269 (−19) 4 strokes Karen Stupples  England
2003 Royal Pines Resort Laura Davies  England 275 (−13) 1 stroke Rebecca Stevenson  Australia
Karrie Webb  Australia
2002 Royal Pines Resort Annika Sörenstam  Sweden 278 (−10) Playoff Karrie Webb  Australia
2001 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 271 (−17) 8 strokes Rachel Teske  Australia
Australian Ladies Masters
2000 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 274 (−14) 1 stroke Lorie Kane  Canada
1999 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 262 (−26) 10 strokes Janice Moodie  Scotland
1998 Royal Pines Resort Karrie Webb  Australia 272 (−16) 5 strokes Park Hyun-Soon  South Korea
Annika Sörenstam  Sweden
Alpine Australian Ladies Masters
1997 Royal Pines Resort Gail Graham  Canada 273 (−15) 1 stroke Karrie Webb  Australia
1996 Royal Pines Resort Jane Crafter  Australia 273 (−19) 1 stroke Jane Geddes  United States
Laura Davies  England
1995 Royal Pines Resort Annika Sörenstam  Sweden 270 (−22) 8 strokes Jane Geddes  United States
1994 Royal Pines Resort Laura Davies  England 272 (−20) 4 strokes Karrie Webb  Australia
1993 Royal Pines Resort Laura Davies  England 211 (−8) 1 stroke Leigh Ann Mills  United States
Jane Geddes  United States
Muffin Spencer-Delvin  United States
1992 Royal Pines Resort Jane Crafter  Australia 207 (−15) 3 strokes Brandie Burton  United States
Jane Geddes  United States
Leigh Ann Mills  United States
Daikyo Australian Ladies Masters
1991 Palm Meadows Jane Geddes  United States 209 (−13) 3 strokes Corinne Dibnah  Australia
1990 Palm Meadows Jane Geddes  United States 209 (−13) Playoff Kristal Parker  United States

Contested over 54 holes from 1990 through 1993, and reduced to 54 holes due to adverse weather in 2008

Multiple winners[edit]

Five players have won this tournament more than once through 2013.

  • 8 wins
    • Karrie Webb: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2013

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