China LPGA Tour

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China LPGA Tour
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Founded2008[1]
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The China LPGA Tour is a professional golf tour for women organized by the China Ladies Professional Golfers' Association.

Founded in late 2008, the China LPGA Tour hosted six professional events in 2009, eight events the following year, and 12 events in 2011.[1] By 2015 the tour had 15 events, four co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour and one each with the LPGA Tour,[2] the ALPG Tour and the LAGT.[3]

As one of the eight major women's tours (along with LPGA, JLPGA, KLPGA, LET, ALPG, Symetra Tour and LET Access Series) performances on the China LPGA Tour carry Women's World Golf Rankings points.

Tournaments of the China LPGA Tour[edit]

2018 season[edit]

Date[4] Tournament Winner Note
17–19 Mar Brunei Ladies Open South Korea Hong Ran Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour
22–24 Mar Henquin Phoenix Tree Building Orient Golf Challenge Thailand Chonlada Chayanun
29–31 Mar CTBC Ladies Classic Chinese Taipei Yu-Ju Chen
26–28 Apr Zhangjiagang Shuangshan Challenge Thailand Saranporn Langkulgasettrin
11–13 May EFG Hong Kong Ladies Open Thailand Saranporn Langkulgasettrin
24–26 May Le Coq Sportif Beijing Ladies Classic China Shi Yuting
31 May–2 Jun Orient Masters Wuhan Challenge Chinese Taipei Ching Huang
7–9 Jun CLPGA Zhuhai Heritage Thailand Yupaporn Kawinpakorn
6–8 Jul Asiana Airlines Open South Korea Kim Ji-hyun2 Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour
12–14 Sep Tieling Longshan Golf Challenge China Luo Ying
19–21 Sep PTT Thailand LPGA Masters Thailand Parinda Phokan
11–13 Oct Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Orient Masters South Korea Lee Solar
18–21 Oct Buick LPGA Shanghai United States Danielle Kang Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
7–10 Nov Blue Bay LPGA Mexico Gaby López Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
13–16 Dec China Women's Open

2017 season[edit]

Date[5] Tournament Winner Note
16–19 Mar World Ladies Championship South Korea Kim Hae-rym Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour and LPGA of Korea Tour
23–25 Mar Zhuhai Henquin Phoenix Tree Building Challenge China Zhang Weiwei
20–22 Apr Zhangjiagang Shuangshan Challenge China Liu Wenbo (a)
1–3 Jun Le Coq Sportif Beijing Ladies Classic China Shi Yuting
9–11 Jun Hong Kong Ladies Open Thailand Supamas Sangchan
15–17 Jun Wuhan Challenge Thailand Saranporn Langkulgasettrin
7–9 Jul Kumho Tire Ladies Open South Korea Park Bo-mi Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour
13–15 Sep Thailand LPGA Masters Thailand Saranporn Langkulgasettrin
5–8 Oct Alisports LPGA Tournament canceled[6] Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
12–14 Oct Xiamen Orient Masters Thailand Prima Thammaraks
8–11 Nov Blue Bay LPGA China Shanshan Feng Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
17–19 Nov Sanya Ladies Open France Céline Boutier Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour and the LAGT
7–9 Dec ICTSI Philippines Ladies Masters Thailand Renuka Suksukont
15–17 Dec China Ladies Open Tournament canceled Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour
21–23 Dec CTBC Ladies Open Chinese Taipei Hsu Wei-Ling

2016 season[edit]

Date[7] Tournament Winner Note
10–13 Mar World Ladies Championship South Korea Lee Jung-min (n/a) - individual
South Korea Lee Jung-min & Ko Jin-young - team
Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour
17–19 Mar Zhuhai Henquin Phoenix Tree Building Challenge China Shi Yuting
12–15 May Buick Championship China Shanshan Feng Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour
26–28 May Le Coq Sportif Beijing Ladies Classic China Li Jia-yun
3–5 Jun CTBC Shanghai Ladies Classic Thailand Ploychompoo Wirairungrueng
1–3 Jul Kumho Tire Ladies Open South Korea Lee Min-young Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour
1–3 Sep CTBC Ladies Open Chinese Taipei Teresa Lu
29 Sep – 2 Oct Reignwood LPGA Classic South Korea Kim In-kyung Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
13–16 Oct Xiamen International Ladies Open Netherlands Anne van Dam Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour
21–23 Oct Blue Bay LPGA Australia Minjee Lee Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
27–29 Oct Sanya Ladies Open Thailand Supamas Sangchan Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour and the LAGT
9–11 Nov CLPGA Beijing Heritage Chinese Taipei Rebecca Tsai
16–18 Dec Hyundai China Ladies Open South Korea Kim Hyo-joo Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour

2015 season[edit]

Date[3] Tournament Winner Note
12–15 Mar World Ladies Championship South Korea Ryu So-yeon - individual
South Korea Ryu So-yeon & Inbee Park - team
Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour
26–28 Mar Zhuhai Classic Chinese Taipei Liu Babe
17–19 Apr Australia Classic China Pan Yan-hong Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
7–10 May Buick Championship China Shanshan Feng Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour
22–24 May Srixon XXIO Ladies Open Thailand Budsabakorn Sukapan
28–30 May Bank of Qingdao Golden Mountain Challenge China Yan Panpan
4–6 Jun Beijing Challenge China Pan Yan-hong
12–14 Jun CTBC Shanghai Ladies Classic Malaysia Michelle Koh
3–5 Jul Kumho Tire Ladies Open South Korea Kim Hyo-joo Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour
3–5 Sep Wuhan Challenge South Korea Suh Bo-mi
24–26 Sep CTBC Ladies Open Thailand Budsabakorn Sukapan
8–11 Oct Xiamen International Ladies Open South Korea Hye In Yeom Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour
29 Oct – 1 Nov Blue Bay LPGA South Korea Kim Sei-young Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
6–8 Nov Sanya Ladies Open China Lin Xiyu Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour and the LAGT
11–13 Dec Hyundai China Ladies Open South Korea Park Sung-hyun Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour

2014 season[edit]

Date[8] Tournament Winner Note
7–10 Mar World Ladies Championship South Korea Inbee Park - individual
South Korea Inbee Park & Ryu So-Yeon - team
Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour
20–22 Mar Zhuhai Classic Chinese Taipei Babe Liu
14–17 May Buick Ladies Invitational Chinese Taipei Pan Yanhong
22–24 May Bank of Qingdao Golden Mountain Challenge Chinese Taipei Babe Liu
29–31 May Beijing Challenge South Korea Jang So-young
5–7 Jun Srixon XXIO Ladies Open Chinese Taipei Pan Yanhong
19–21 Jun Shanghai Classic Chinese Taipei Li Jiayun
26–28 Jul Wuhan Challenge Thailand Pavarisa Yoktuan
4–6 Jul Kumho Tire Ladies Open South Korea Kim Hyo-joo Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour
28–30 Aug Xiamen Challenge China Wang Ziyi (a)
18–20 Sep CTBC Ladies Open Thailand Pimpadsorn Sangkagaro
2–5 Oct Reignwood LPGA Classic South Korea Mirim Lee Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
23–26 Oct Blue Bay LPGA South Africa Lee-Anne Pace Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
7–9 Nov Sanya's Hills Ladies Classic China Lin Xiyu
14–16 Nov Sanya Ladies Open China Lin Xiyu Co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour and the LAGT
21–23 Nov Xiamen Open International Chinese Taipei Cheng Ssu-chia (a)
12–14 Dec Hyundai China Ladies Open South Korea Kim Hyo-joo Co-sanctioned with the LPGA of Korea Tour

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b China LPGA Tour, Sport SE Asia
  2. ^ "LPGA heads back to China as international tour continues". LPGA. 20 October 2014.
  3. ^ a b "China LPGA Tour 2015". China LPGA Tour.
  4. ^ China LPGA Tour 2018
  5. ^ China LPGA Tour 2017
  6. ^ "LPGA Tour cancels October tournament in Shanghai". ESPN. Associated Press. 13 September 2017.
  7. ^ China LPGA Tour 2016
  8. ^ China LPGA Tour 2014, China LPGA Tour

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