Omega Dubai Ladies Masters

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Omega Dubai Ladies Masters
Tournament information
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Established 2006
Course(s) Emirates Golf Club
Par 72
Length 6,425 yards (5,875 m)
Tour(s) Ladies European Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund 500,000
Month played December
Tournament record score
Aggregate 267 Shanshan Feng (2012)
To par −21 Shanshan Feng (2012)
Current champion
China Shanshan Feng

The Omega Dubai Ladies Masters is a professional golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour (LET) that was played for the first time in October 2006. Its prize fund of 500,000 makes it the fourth most valuable tournament on the LET. Promoted and organised by golf in Dubai, the tournament is played on the Majlis course at Emirates Golf Club, which also hosts the Omega Dubai Desert Classic on the men's European Tour.

Since 2009, Omega, a luxury watch company based in Switzerland, has been the title sponsor of the tournament.

Annika Sörenstam won the event the first two times it was played. Sörenstam beat out Karrie Webb in 2006, and in 2007 defeated Iben Tinning by two shots. The 2008 event, which was Sörenstam's final tournament before her retirement, was won by Germany's Anja Monke.

Winners[edit]

Year Dates Champion Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Purse (€) Winner's
share
Omega Dubai Ladies Masters
2014 Dec 10–13 Shanshan Feng (2)  China 66-67-66-70=269 −19 5 strokes 500,000 75,000
2013 Dec 4–7 Pornanong Phatlum  Thailand 68-70-69-66=273 −15 1 stroke 500,000 75,000
2012 Dec 5–8 Shanshan Feng  China 66-65-67-69=267 −21 5 strokes 500,000 75,000
2011 Dec 14–17 Lexi Thompson  United States 70-66-70-67=273 −15 4 strokes 500,000 75,000
2010 Dec 8–11 Iben Tinning  Denmark 70-69-69-69=277 −11 2 strokes 500,000 75,000
2009 Dec 9–12 In-Kyung Kim  South Korea 70-65-67-68=270 −18 3 strokes 500,000 75,000
Dubai Ladies Masters
2008 Dec 11–14 Anja Monke  Germany 68-71-68-68=275 −13 3 strokes 500,000 75,000
2007 Dec 16–19 Annika Sörenstam (2)  Sweden 70-70-68-70=278 −10 2 strokes 500,000 75,000
2006 Oct 26–29 Annika Sörenstam  Sweden 65-68-68-69=270 −18 6 strokes 500,000 75,000

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