New Zealand Women's Open


 

New Zealand Women's Open

 
New Zealand 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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2017
McKayson
Henderson, Brooke
Windross Farm
271 (-17)
US$195,000
Played as the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open (Sep 28-Oct 1; ALPG/LPGA Trs event; first time as an LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Jing Yan (China) finished 5 shots behind Henderson (Can), who recorded her fifth LPGA Tour win. [Windross Farm GC, Papakura, nr Auckland, NZ].
2016
ISPS Handa
Ko, Lydia
Clearwater Resort
206 (-10)
€30,000
Played as the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (Feb 12-14; ALPG/LET Trs event; LET season-opener). Second-placed Felicity Johnson (Eng), Nanna Koerstz Madsen (Den) and Choi Hye-jin (S Kor, amateur) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Ko (NZ). [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2015
ISPS Handa
202 (-14)
€30,000
Played as the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (Feb 27-Mar 1; ALPG/LET Trs event). Second-placed Hannah Green (Aus, amateur) finished 4 shots behind Ko (NZ), who claimed her second NZ Open title in three years. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2014
ISPS Handa
Lee, Mi-hyang
207 (-9)
€30,000
Played as the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (Jan 31-Feb 2; ALPG/LET Trs event; LET season-opener). Second-placed and defending champion Lydia Ko (NZ) finished 1 shot behind Lee (S Kor), who carded a final round, course record 9-under-par 63 to claim her first professional win. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2013
ISPS Handa
206 (-10)
amateur
Played as the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (Feb 8-10; ALPG/LET Trs event). Second-placed Amelia Lewis (USA) finished 1 shot behind home-country winner Ko (NZ, amateur). Still an amateur, Ko recorded her third win in a top professional women's event. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2012
ISPS Handa
Wright, Lindsey
206 (-10)
€33,333
Played as the ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open hosted by Christchurch (Feb 17-19; ALPG/LET Trs event). Second-placed Jessica Speechley (Aus) and Alison Walshe (USA) finished 1 shot behind first-time Ladies European Tour winner Wright (Aus). [Pegasus G&SC, Christchurch, NZ].
2011
Pegasus
Smith, Kristie
276 (-12)
€33,333
Played as the Pegasus New Zealand Women's Open hosted by Christchurch (Feb 17-20; ALPG/LET Trs event). Second-placed Tiffany Joh (USA) and Giulia Sergas (Italy) finished 3 shots behind Smith (Aus), who recorded her first Ladies European Tour win and second on the ALPG Tour. [Pegasus G&SC, Christchurch, NZ].
2010
Pegasus
279 (-9)
€33,333
Played as the Pegasus New Zealand Women's Open hosted by Christchurch (Feb 25-28; ALPG/LET Trs event; LET season-opener). Second-placed Pernilla Lindberg (Swe), Marianne Skarpnord (Nor) and Sarah Kemp (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Davies (Eng), who recorded the last of her eight ALPG Tour wins. [Pegasus G&SC, Christchurch, NZ].
2009
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208 (-8)
A$17,550
Played as the inaugural New Zealand Women's Open (Jan 30-Feb 1; ALPG Tr event). Second-placed Katherine Hull (Aus), Nikki Garrett (Aus), Bobea Park (S Kor) and Sarah Kemp (Aus) finished 6 shots behind Nocera (Fra), who recorded her first ALPG Tour win. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
 

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