The Finnair Masters was a women's professional golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour. Held in Finland, the 54-hole event was founded in 2005 as the Ladies Finnish Masters. The title sponsor since 2006 has been Finnair, the country's largest airline. The tournament was played every year at the Helsinki Golf Club and had one of the smaller prize funds on the tour. The last event was played in 2011.
|2011||2 Jul||Caroline Hedwall||Sweden||202||−11||2 strokes||Christel Boeljon||30,000|
|2010||29 Aug||Lee-Anne Pace||South Africa||199||−14||3 strokes||Vikki Laing||30,000|
|2009||30 Aug||Beatriz Recari||Spain||202||−11||Playoff 1||Iben Tinning||30,000|
|2008||31 Aug||Minea Blomqvist||Finland||202||−11||1 stroke||Ursula Wikström||30,000|
|2007||2 Sep||Bettina Hauert||Germany||207||−6||3 strokes||Johanna Westerberg||30,000|
|2006||3 Sep||Virginie Lagoutte||France||203||−10||2 strokes||Elin Ohlsson||30,000|
|Ladies Finnish Masters|
|2005||28 Aug||Lisa Holm Sorensen||Denmark||140 2||−2||1 stroke|| Cecilia Ekelundh
Caroline Westrup (a)
1 Recari won on the first extra hole in 2009 with an eagle from the fairway.
2 The inaugural 2005 tournament was reduced to 36 holes due to inclement weather.