ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters

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ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters
Tournament information
Location Düsseldorf, Germany
Established 2012
Course(s) Golf Club Hubbelrath
Par 72
Tour(s) Ladies European Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund €500,000
Month played September
Current champion
South Korea I.K. Kim
Golf ClubHubbelrath is located in Germany
Golf ClubHubbelrath
Golf Club
Location in Germany

The ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters is a golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour. It is played at the Golf Club Hubbelrath in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The Ladies British Masters was first played at Mottram Hall in the North West of England in 2000 and 2001.[1] After a ten-year hiatus, it was re-established in 2012 at Buckinghamshire Golf Club near London, home to the Ladies European Tour’s headquarters. Held 16–18 August, it fell between the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics in London, 20 minutes away.[2]

The tournament was renamed the Ladies European Masters in 2013 to signify its importance on the LET schedule, with ISPS Handa remaining the title sponsor.[3]


Year Venue Player Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner-up Purse (€) Winner's
share (€)
ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters
2016 Golf Club Hubbelrath I.K. Kim (2)  South Korea 67-70-71-63=271 −17 5 strokes Spain Belén Mozo 500,000 75,000
2015 Buckinghamshire GC Beth Allen  United States 71-70-68-67=276 −12 1 stroke Republic of Ireland Leona Maguire (a) 500,000 75,000
2014 Buckinghamshire GC I. K. Kim  South Korea 71-68-63-68=270 −18 5 strokes Australia Nikki Campbell 500,000 75,000 [4][5]
2013 Buckinghamshire GC Karrie Webb  Australia 68-67-65=200 −16 1 stroke South Africa Ashleigh Simon 400,000 60,000 [6]
ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters
2012 Buckinghamshire GC Lydia Hall  Wales 66-71-72=209 −7 1 stroke United States Beth Allen £300,000 £45,000 [7][8]
2002–2011 No tournament
Kellogg’s All-Bran Ladies British Masters presented by The Daily Telegraph
2001 Mottram Hall GC Paula Marti  Spain 71-70-68=209 −10 1 stroke Spain Raquel Carriedo £100 000 [9][10]
The Daily Telegraph Ladies British Masters presented by Kellogg’s
2000 Mottram Hall GC Trish Johnson  England 68-71-68=207 −9 2 strokes Norway Vibeke Stensrud £100 000 [11][12]


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Coordinates: 51°08′N 6°28′E / 51.14°N 6.47°E / 51.14; 6.47