2000 Ladies European Tour

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The 2000 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world which took place from January through December 2000. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET).


The table below shows the 2000 schedule.[1] The numbers in brackets after the winners' names show the number of career wins they had on the Ladies European Tour up to and including that event. This is only shown for members of the tour.

Date Name Venue Location Winner Notes
17–20 Feb AAMI Women's Australian Open Yarra Yarra Golf Club Australia Australia Karrie Webb (3) Co-sanctioned by the ALPG Tour
18–21 Mar Ladies Italian Open Poggio dei Medici Italy Sweden Sophie Gustafson (4)
26–28 May Ladies Hannover Expo 2000 Open Rethmar Golf Links Germany Australia Alison Munt (1)
1–4 Jun Chrysler Open Halmstad GK Sweden Sweden Carin Koch (1)
8–11 Jun Waterford Crystal Ladies' Irish Open Faithlegg Golf Club Ireland Sweden Sophie Gustafson (5)
14–17 Jun Evian Masters Evian Masters Golf Club France Sweden Annika Sörenstam (6)
29–2 Jul Ladies French Open Le Golf d'Arras France France Patricia Meunier-Lebouc (4)
6–9 Jul stilwerk Ladies German Open Treudelberg GCC Germany England Joanne Morley (2)
13–15 Jul Ladies Austrian Open Steiermarksischer GC Murhof Austria France Patricia Meunier-Lebouc (5)
4–6 Aug The Daily Telegraph Ladies British Masters Mottram Hall England England Trish Johnson (13)
17–20 Aug Weetabix Women's British Open Royal Birkdale Golf Club England Sweden Sophie Gustafson (6) Co-sanctioned by the LPGA Tour
24–27 Aug Compaq Open Barsebäck Golf & Country Club Sweden United States Juli Inkster (n/a)
31 Aug – 2 Sep Kronenbourg 1664 Chart Hills Classic Chart Hills Golf Club, Biddenden England New Zealand Gina Marie Scott (1)
15–17 Sep TSN Ladies World Cup Golf Adare Golf Club Ireland England Laura Davies (32)
 Sweden (Carin Koch & Sophie Gustafson)
Team event; unofficial
22–24 Sep Mexx Sport Open Kennemer Golf & Country Club Netherlands Germany Tina Fischer (2)
13–15 Oct Marrakech Palmeraie Open Palmeraie Golf Palace Morocco Australia Alison Munt (2)

Major championships in bold.

Order of Merit rankings[edit]

Rank Player Country Points
1 Sophie Gustafson  Sweden 8,777.17
2 Trish Johnson  Spain 5,312.45
3 Marine Monnet  France 5,130.62
4 Alison Munt  Australia 4,300.58
5 Patricia Meunier-Lebouc  France 4,269.44
6 Raquel Carriedo  Spain 4,234.53
7 Kirsty Taylor  England 3,875.67
8 Valérie Van Ryckeghem  Belgium 3,574.29
9 Alison Nicholas  England 2,953.74
10 Samantha Head  England 2,604.81

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