Honda LPGA Thailand
Siam Country Club,|
Pattaya Old Course
|Length||6,548 yards (5,987 m)|
|Format||Stroke play (72 holes, no cut)|
|Prize fund||$1.6 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||263 Jessica Korda (2018)|
|To par||−25 as above|
The Honda LPGA Thailand is a women's professional golf tournament in Thailand on the LPGA Tour. First played in 2006 at the Amata Spring Country Club, the tournament moved to the Siam Country Club in 2007, on its Pattaya Old Course. It was the first LPGA Tour event held in Thailand and it increased the number of countries on the 2006 LPGA schedule to eight, including the United States.
The tournament was not held in 2008, but returned to the LPGA schedule in 2009. It was held at the newer Plantation Course for this year only, then returned to the Old Course in 2010. The tournament is a limited-field event with no cut; in 2011, 60 players were in the tournament (57 professionals and 3 amateurs); a full-field LPGA tournament has about 144 players. The 2012 event included a field of 70 players, with top-ranked Yani Tseng successfully defending her title, one stroke ahead of runner-up Ai Miyazato, the 2010 champion.
The title sponsor is Honda, a Japanese-based manufacturer of automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, scooters, and robots.
- 2006–09: Honda LPGA Thailand
- 2010: Honda PTT LPGA Thailand
- 2011–present: Honda LPGA Thailand
|2018||Feb 22–25||Jessica Korda||United States||263 (−25)||4 strokes||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,600,000||240,000|
|2017||Feb 23–26||Amy Yang (2)||South Korea||266 (−22)||5 strokes||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,600,000||240,000|
|2016||Feb 25–28||Lexi Thompson||United States||268 (−20)||6 strokes||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,600,000||250,000|
|2015||Feb 26 – Mar 1||Amy Yang||South Korea||273 (−15)||2 strokes||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,500,000||225,000|
|2014||Feb 20–23||Anna Nordqvist||Sweden||273 (−15)||2 strokes||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,500,000||225,000|
|2013||Feb 21–24||Inbee Park||South Korea||276 (−12)||1 stroke||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,500,000||225,000|
|2012||Feb 16–19||Yani Tseng||Taiwan||269 (−19)||1 stroke||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,500,000||225,000|
|2011||Feb 17–20||Yani Tseng||Taiwan||273 (−15)||5 strokes||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,450,000||217,500|
|2010||Feb 18–21||Ai Miyazato||Japan||267 (−21)||1 stroke||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,300,000||195,000|
|2009||Feb 26 – Mar 1||Lorena Ochoa||Mexico||274 (−14)||3 strokes||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Plantation Course||1,450,000||217,500|
|2007||Oct 25–28||Suzann Pettersen||Norway||267 (−21)||1 stroke||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course||1,300,000||195,000|
|2006||Oct 20–22||Hee-Won Han||South Korea||202 (−14)||5 strokes||Amata Spring Country Club||1,300,000||195,000|
|2018||Jessica Korda||62 (−10)||2nd||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course|
|2009||Stacy Prammanasudh||63 (−9)||4th||Siam Country Club, Pattaya Plantation Course|
|2006||Nicole Castrale||65 (−7)||1st||Amata Spring Country Club|
|2006||Heather Young||65 (−7)||1st||Amata Spring Country Club|
- YouTube - LPGA Rewind, highlights of 2010 event
- "Yani Tseng rallies for Thailand win". ESPN.com. Associated Press. February 19, 2012. Retrieved April 27, 2012.