Wales Ladies Championship of Europe

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The Wales Ladies Championship of Europe was a women's professional golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour.

The tournament was first played in 1996 at Gleneagles in Scotland. It was titled as the McDonald's WPGA Championship and was the first event on the tour to be played solely for charity.[1] Following the withdrawal of McDonald's as sponsors after just four years, there was a one year break before the tournament returned to the tour in 2001 with a new home in Wales. It was last played in 2010.

Winners[edit]

Year Venue Winner Country Score Margin of victory Runner(s)-up Country
S4/C Wales Ladies Championship of Europe
2010 Conwy Golf Club Lee-Anne Pace  South Africa 282 (−6) 3 strokes Christel Boeljon  Netherlands
Melissa Reid  England
2009 Royal St. David's Karen Stupples  England 276 (−12) 1 stroke Amy Yang  South Korea
2008 Machynys Peninsula Lotta Wahlin  Sweden 209 (−7) Playoff Martina Eberl  Germany
2007 Machynys Peninsula Joanne Mills  Australia 282 (−6) 1 stroke Bettina Hauert  Germany
Georgina Simpson  England
Wales Ladies Championship of Europe
2006 Machynys Peninsula Linda Wessberg  Sweden 274 (−14) 1 stroke Laura Davies  England
2005 Machynys Peninsula Kirsty Taylor  England 274 (−14) 3 strokes Laura Davies  England
Trish Johnson  England
Wales "Golf as it should be" Ladies Open
2004 Royal Porthcawl Trish Johnson  England 277 (−15) 3 strokes Iben Tinning  Denmark
Laura Davies  England
The Wales WPGA Championship of Europe
2003 Royal Porthcawl Shani Waugh  Australia 286 (−6) 2 strokes Becky Brewerton  Wales
2002 Royal Porthcawl Asa Gottmo  Sweden 285 (−7) 2 strokes Maria Hjorth  Sweden
WPGA Championship of Europe
2001 Royal Porthcawl Helen Alfredsson  Sweden 276 (−16) 4 strokes Suzann Pettersen  Norway
2000 No tournament
McDonald's WPGA Championship of Europe
1999 Gleneagles (King's) Laura Davies  England 280 (−8) Playoff Maria Hjorth  Sweden
1998 Gleneagles (King's) Catriona Matthew  Scotland 276 (−12) 5 strokes Helen Alfredsson  Sweden
Laura Davies  England
1997 Gleneagles (King's) Helen Alfredsson  Sweden 276 (−12) 4 strokes Charlotta Sorenstam  Sweden
Kathryn Marshall  Scotland
1996 Gleneagles (King's) Tina Fischer  Germany 278 (−10) 1 stroke Helen Wadsworth  Wales
Charlotta Sorenstam  Sweden
Trish Johnson  England
Loraine Lambert  Australia

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Women's tour welcomes new events". The Independent. 7 December 1995. Retrieved 2010-03-10. 

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