The Teva Championship was an annual golf tournament for professional women golfers on the Futures Tour, the LPGA Tour's developmental tour. The event has been played since 2007 in the Cincinnati, Ohio area.
The title sponsor was Teva Pharmaceuticals, the parent company of Duramed, which was the overall sponsor of the Futures Tour. Prior to the 2010, the tournament was known as The Duramed Championship.
The tournament was a 54-hole event, as are most Futures Tour tournaments, and included pre-tournament pro-am opportunities, in which local amateur golfers can play with the professional golfers from the Tour as a benefit for local charities. The benefiting charity of the Teva Championship was the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Ohio Valley Chapter.
|2011||Jun 10–12||Lisa Ferrero||United States||207 (−6)||The Golf Center at Kings Island||135,000||18,900|
|2010||Jun 11–13||Christine Song||United States||198 (−15)||The Golf Center at Kings Island||135,000||18,900|
|2009||Jun 19–21||Whitney Wade||United States||204 (−9)||The Golf Center at Kings Island||125,000||17,500|
|2008||Jun 20–22||Stephanie Otteson||United States||204 (−9)||The Golf Center at Kings Island||110,000||15,400|
|2007||Jun 22–24||Seo-Jae Lee||South Korea||201 (−15)||The Golf Club at Stonelick Hills||75,000||10,500|
|2007||Mollie Fankhauser||63 (−9)||3rd||The Golf Club at Stonelick Hills|
|2009||Pernilla Lindberg||63 (−8)||1st||The Golf Center at Kings Island|