Hisako Higuchi – Ponta Ladies

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The Hisako Higuchi – Ponta Ladies is an annual golf tournament for professional female golfers on LPGA of Japan Tour. It is usually played in October and in recent years at the Musashigaoka Golf Course, Hannō, Saitama. It was founded in 1983.

Winners[edit]

Year Dates Winner Country Score To par
Hisako Higuchi – Ponta Ladies
2015 Oct 30 – Nov 1
Hisako Higuchi – Morinaga Ladies
2014 Oct 31 – Nov 2 Momoko Ueda  Japan 206 −10
Hisako Higuchi – Morinaga Weider Ladies
2013 Nov 1–3 Lee Bo-mee  South Korea 201 −15
2012 Oct 26–28 Jeon Mi-Jeong  South Korea 204 −12
2011 Oct 28–30 Chie Arimura  Japan 209 −7
Hisako Higuchi IDC Otsuka Kagu Ladies
2010 Oct 29–31 Rikako Morita  Japan 133 −11
2009 Oct 30 – Nov 1 Jeon Mi-Jeong  South Korea 203 −13
2008 Oct 31 – Nov 2 Mayu Hattori  Japan 210 −6
2007 Oct 26–28 Jeon Mi-Jeong  South Korea 210 −6
2006 Oct 27–29 Akiko Fukushima  Japan 207 −9
2005 Oct 28–30 Ai Miyazato  Japan 202 −14
Hisako Higuchi Hall of Fame Commemoration IDC Otsuka Kagu Ladies
2004 Oct 29–31 Miho Koga  Japan 210 −6
Hisako Higuchi Classic
2003 Oct 24–26 Cancelled
2002 Oct 25–27 Kasumi Fujii  Japan 209 −7
Hisako Higuchi Kibun Classic
2001 Oct 19–21 Chieko Amanuma  Japan 210 −6
2000 Oct 20–22 Woo-Soon Ko  South Korea 209 −10
1999 Oct 22–24 Kumiko Hiyoshi  Japan 211 −5
1998 Oct 23–25 Michiko Hattori  Japan 212 −4
1997 Oct 23–26 Annika Sörenstam  Sweden 287 −1
Kibun Ladies Classic
1996 Oct 18–20 Akane Oshiro  Japan 215 −4
1995 Oct 20–22 Hiromi Kobayashi  Japan 209 −7
1994 Apr 1–3 Woo-Soon Ko  South Korea 221 −1
1993 Mar 26–28 Kumiko Hiyoshi  Japan 208 −8
1992 Mar 27–29 Lee Young-Mee  South Korea 221 −1
1991 Mar 29–31 Ikue Ota  Japan 217 +1
1990 Mar 23–25 Ai-Yu Tu  Taiwan 217 −5
1989 Mar 24–26 Holly Hartley  United States 215 −1
1988 Mar 25–27 Nayoko Yoshikawa  Japan 220 −2
1987 Mar 27–29 Chen Li-Ying  Taiwan 215 −1
1986 Mar 28–30 Ai-Yu Tu  Taiwan 214 −2
1985 Mar 29–31 Ku Ok-Hee  South Korea 218 −4
1984 Mar 30 – Apr 1 Hisako Higuchi  Japan 223 +1
1983 Apr 1–3 Hisako Higuchi  Japan 227 +5