Bright House Networks Open
The Bright House Networks Open was an annual golf tournament for professional women golfers on the Futures Tour, the LPGA Tour's developmental tour. The event was part of the Futures Tour's schedule from 1998 through 2008. From 1998 through 2003, it was played at The Club at Eaglebrooke. From 2004 to 2008, it was played at Cleveland Heights Golf Course. Both courses are located in Lakeland, Florida.
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 could play with the professional golfers from the Tour as a benefit for local charities. Charities benefiting from the Bright House Networks Open included the The First Tee of Lakeland.
Tournament names through the years:
- 2002–2003: Florida Futures Golf Challenge
- 2004–2007: Lakeland Duramed FUTURES Classic
- 2008: Bright House Networks Open
|2008*||Mar 14–16||Sunny Oh||South Korea||211 (−5)||Cleveland Heights Golf Course||85,000||11,900|
|2007||Mar 9–11||Lori Atsedes||United States||212 (−4)||Cleveland Heights Golf Course||80,000||11,200|
|2006||Mar 10–12||Meaghan Francella||United States||209 (−7)||Cleveland Heights Golf Course||70,000||9,800|
|2005||Mar 11–13||Jin Young Pak||South Korea||211 (−5)||Cleveland Heights Golf Course||65,000||9,100|
|2004||Mar 12–14||Kimberly Adams||Canada||205 (−11)||Cleveland Heights Golf Course||65,000||9,100|
|2003||Mar 13–16||Soo Young Moon||South Korea||206 (−10)||The Club at Eaglebrooke||60,000||8,400|
|2002||Mar 22–24||Sue Ginter-Brooker||United States||212 (−4)||The Club at Eaglebrooke||60,000||8,400|
*Tournament won in sudden-death playoff.
|2004||Cortney Reno||65 (−7)||2nd||Cleveland Heights Golf Course|