Ladies Swiss Open

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The Ladies Swiss Open was a women's professional golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour that is held in Switzerland. It was first played in 1988, again in 1996 and 1997, and returned to the tour schedule in 2006, with Deutsche Bank as the title sponsor. The last event was played in 2012.

Winners[edit]

Year Dates Venue Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up Winner's
share ()
Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open
2012 14-17 Jun Golf Gerre Losone Carly Booth  Scotland 70-71-67-68=276 –12 Playoff Germany Anja Monke 78,750
Germany Caroline Masson
2011 16-18 Jun Golf Gerre Losone Diana Luna  Italy 69-67-67=203 –13 1 stroke South Africa Lee-Anne Pace 78,750
France Sophie Giquel-Bettan
Australia Kristie Smith
2010 18-20 Jun Golf Gerre Losone Lee-Anne Pace  South Africa 69-67-68=204 –12 1 stroke Scotland Vikki Laing 78,750
2009 14-17 May Golf Gerre Losone Marianne Skarpnord  Norway 69-71-66-70=276 –16 1 stroke England Melissa Reid 78,750
2008 22-24 May Golf Gerre Losone Suzann Pettersen  Norway 67-63-64=194 –22 6 strokes South Korea Amy Yang 78,750
2007 17-20 May Golf Gerre Losone Bettina Hauert  Germany 68-73-72-72=285 –3 Playoff Australia Anna Rawson 78,750
Spain Paula Martí
2006 18-21 May Golf Gerre Losone Gwladys Nocera  France 69-70-63-71=276 –12 3 strokes United States Laura Davies 75,000
Déesse Ladies' Swiss Open
1998–2005 No tournament
1997 12-15 Jun Golf Club de Maison Blanche Marie-Laure de Lorenzi  France 72-68-70-70=280 −8 Playoff England Trish Johnson 20,155
1996 13-16 Jun Golf Club de Maison Blanche Sophie Gustafson  Sweden 69-69-73-69=280 −8 1 stroke England Lisa Hackney 12,000
St Moritz Open
1989–95 No tournament
1988 Engadin Janice Arnold  New Zealand

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