Ladies German Open

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The Ladies German Open, currently known for sponsorship reasons as the Unicredit Ladies German Open, is a professional golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour schedule. It has been held annually since 1984 except for two interruptions, 1992 to 1994 and 2002 to 2007.


Year Venue Winner Country Score Margin of victory Runner(s)-up Country
Ladies German Open presented by Marriott
2014 Golfclub Wörthsee Kylie Walker  Scotland 263 (−25) Playoff Charley Hull  England
Unicredit Ladies German Open presented by Audi
2013 Golfpark Gut Häusern Carlota Ciganda  Spain 101 (−6) Playoff Charley Hull  England
2012 Golfpark Gut Häusern Anne-Lise Caudal  France 275 (−13) Playoff Laura Davies  England
2011 Golfpark Gut Häusern Diana Luna  Italy 264 (−24) 7 strokes Minea Blomqvist  Finland
2010 Golfpark Gut Häusern Laura Davies  England 277 (−11) 2 strokes Melissa Reid  England
HypoVereinsbank Ladies German Open
2009 Golfpark Gut Häusern Jade Schaeffer  France 275 (−13) Playoff Paula Martí  Spain
2008 Golfpark Gut Häusern Amy Yang  South Korea 267 (−21) 4 strokes Louise Stahle  Sweden
2002–07 No tournament
Palmerston Ladies' German Open
2001 Bad Saarow Karine Icher  France 210 (−6) 1 stroke Suzann Pettersen  Norway
stilwerk Ladies' German Open
2000 Treudelberg Joanne Morley  England 274 (−14) 2 strokes Raquel Carriedo  Spain
1999 Treudelberg Anne-Marie Knight  Australia 278 (−10) 1 stroke Sophie Gustafson  Sweden
Laura Davies  England
Ladies' German Open
1998 Treudelberg Lora Fairclough  England 282 (−10) 3 strokes Stephanie Dallongeville  France
Joanne Morley  England
1997 Treudelberg Joanne Mills  Australia 283 (−9) Playoff Lynnette Brooky  New Zealand
1996 Treudelberg Joanne Morley  England 281 (−11) 4 strokes Maria Hjorth  Sweden
Maredo German Open
1995 Treudelberg Rachel Hetherington  Australia
1992–94 No tournament
Lufthansa Ladies' German Open
1991 Worthsee Florence Descampe  Belgium
1990 Worthsee Ayako Okamoto  Japan
1989 Worthsee Alison Nicholas  England 269 (−19) 5 strokes Patricia Gonzalez  Colombia
BMW Ladies' German Open
1988 Hubbelrath Liselotte Neumann  Sweden
1987 Wendlohe Marie-Laure Taya  France 275 (−13) 5 strokes Dale Reid  Scotland
1986 Olching Liselotte Neumann  Sweden
LBS Ladies' German Open
1985 Braunfels Julie Brown  Scotland
1984 Braunfels Beverly Huke  England

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