Open de España Femenino

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Open de España Femenino
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Tournament information
Location Marbella, Andalusia, Spain
Established 1982
Course(s) Real Club de Golf Guadalmina
Aloha Golf Club (2016)
Tour(s) Ladies European Tour
Format Stroke play – 72 holes
Prize fund 300,000
Month played September
Current champion
Spain Azahara Muñoz
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The Open de España Femenino is a professional golf tournament that has been part of the Ladies European Tour schedule since 2002.

Between 1982 and 1996 there were several unofficial editions of the Open De España Femenino.[1]

Winners[edit]

Year Venue Winner Country Score Winner's
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2017 Real Club de Golf Guadalmina Azahara Muñoz (2)  Spain 269 45,000
2016 Aloha Golf Club Azahara Muñoz  Spain 278 45,000
2015: No tournament
2014 Golf Costa Adeje Connie Chen  South Africa 276 52,500
2013 Club de Campo Villa de Madrid Lee-Anne Pace  South Africa 275 52,500
2012 Las Américas Golf Course Stacey Keating  Australia 279 52,500
2011 La Quinta Golf Resort Melissa Reid  England 280 52,500
2010 Flamingos Golf Club Laura Davies  England 202 52,500
2009 Panorámica Club de Golf Becky Brewerton  Wales 270 41,250
2008 Panorámica Club de Golf Emma Zackrisson  Sweden 281 41,250
2007 Club de Campo del Mediterráneo Nikki Garrett  Australia 275 41,250
2006 Panorámica Club de Golf Lynnette Brooky  New Zealand 275 41,250
2005 Panorámica Club de Golf Iben Tinning  Denmark 273 41,250
2004 Club de Golf La Coruña Stéphanie Arricau  France 279 41,250
2003 Campos de Golf de Salamanca Federica Dassù  Italy 282 37,500
2002 Campos de Golf de Salamanca Karine Icher  France 277 37,500
1997–2001: No tournament
La Manga Spanish Open
1996 La Manga Club Caryn Louw  South Africa 206 9,000
1995 La Manga Club Rachel Hetherington  Australia 202 7,500
1994 La Manga Club Marie-Laure de Lorenzi  France 282
1989–1993: No tournament
1988 La Manga Club Marie-Laure Taya  France 207
1987 La Manga Club Corinne Dibnah  Australia 276
1986 La Manga Club Laura Davies  England 286
1985 La Manga Club Alison Sheard  South Africa 285
1984 La Manga Club Maxine Burton  England 286
1983: No tournament
1982 Las Aves Rosie Jones  United States 224

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Open de España Femenino" (PDF). Real Federación Española de Golf. Retrieved 2009-05-26. [dead link]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 36°28′52″N 5°00′22″W / 36.481°N 5.006°W / 36.481; -5.006