European Women's Open


 

European Women's Open

 
European Women's Open tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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1979
Colgate
282 (-14)
US$15,000
Played as the Colgate European Women's Open (Aug 2-5; LPGA Tr event). Second-placed Joyce Kazmierski (USA) finished four shots behind defending champion Lopez (USA). [Old course, Sunningdale GC, Sunningdale, Berks].
1978
Colgate
Lopez, Nancy
289 (-7)
US$15,000
Played as the Colgate European Women's Open (Aug 3-6; LPGA Tr event). Mary Dwyer (USA), JoAnne Carner (USA) and Sally Little (RSA) finished in second place behind Lopez (USA), who recorded her eighth win of the year. [Old course, Sunningdale GC, Sunningdale, Berks].
1977
Colgate
281 (-15)
US$15,000
Played as the Colgate European Women's Open (Aug 3-6; LPGA Tr event). Second-placed Nancy Lopez (USA) finished 6 shots behind Rankin (USA), who recorded her second win in this event in four years. [Old course, Sunningdale GC, Sunningdale, Berks].
1976
Colgate
284 (-12)
US$15,000
Played as the Colgate European Women's Open (Aug 4-7; LPGA Tr event). Second-placed Kathy Whitworth (USA) and Sandra Palmer (USA) finished 6 shots behind Hisako "Chako" Higuchi (Jpn). [Old course, Sunningdale GC, Sunningdale, Berks].
1975
Colgate
283 (-13)
£5,000
Played as the Colgate European Women's Open (Aug 6-9; unofficial LPGA Tr event). Second-placed Sandra Palmer (USA) finished 2 shots behind Donna Caponi Young (USA). [Old course, Sunningdale GC, Sunningdale, Berks].
1974
Colgate
218 (+2)
£4,000
Played as the inaugural Colgate European Women's Open (Aug 7-10; unofficial LPGA Tr event). Sue Roberts (USA) and Mary Mills (USA) finished 5 shots behind Rankin (USA). [Old course, Sunningdale GC, Sunningdale, Berks].
 

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