Senior LPGA Championship

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Senior LPGA Championship
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Tournament information
Location French Lick, Indiana, U.S.
Established 2017
Course(s) The Pete Dye Course
Par 72
Length 6,117 yards (5,593 m)
Tour(s) Legends Tour
Format Stroke play – 54 holes
Prize fund $600,000
Month played October
Tournament record score
Aggregate 212 Trish Johnson (2017)
To par −4 as above
Current champion
England Trish Johnson
French Lick is located in the US
French Lick
French Lick
Location in the United States
French Lick is located in Indiana
French Lick
French Lick
Location in Indiana

The Senior LPGA Championship is a women's professional golf tournament on the Legends Tour. It began in 2017 and the first event was played at The Pete Dye Course in French Lick, Indiana.[1] The minimum age is 45, although with the USGA instituting the new U.S. Senior Women's Open in 2018, the tour may change the minimum age to accommodate the USGA's rule since not all Senior LPGA Championship players are eligible for the U.S. Senior Women's Open.


Year Dates Champion Country Winning score To par Margin
of victory
2017 Jul 10–12 Trish Johnson  England 67-72-73=212 −4 3 strokes United States Michele Redman


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Coordinates: 38°33′14″N 86°37′10″W / 38.5538°N 86.6195°W / 38.5538; -86.6195