2004 LPGA Championship
|Dates||June 10–13, 2004|
|Course(s)||DuPont Country Club|
|Format||Stroke play - 72 holes|
|Length||6,408 yards (5,859 m)|
|Prize fund||$1.6 million|
Defending champion Annika Sörenstam won the second of her three consecutive LPGA championships, three strokes ahead of runner-up Shi Hyun Ahn. Due to heavy rains on Friday, the final 36 holes were played on Sunday. It was the seventh of Sörenstam's ten major titles.
Beginning in 1994, the DuPont Country Club hosted this championship for eleven consecutive seasons, ending with this edition.
Sunday, June 13, 2004
|Place||Player||Country||Score||To par||Money ($)|
|2||Shi Hyun Ahn||South Korea||69-70-69-66=274||−14||144,780|
|3||Grace Park||South Korea||68-70-70-68=276||−12||105,028|
|T4||Gloria Park||South Korea||67-72-68-71=278||−10||73,322|
|Angela Stanford||United States||69-71-67-71=278|
|T6||Juli Inkster||United States||70-66-70-73=279||−9||49,145|
|Christina Kim||United States||74-69-64-72=279|
|Soo-Yun Kang||South Korea||69-68-71-72=280|
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