Ladies Swiss Open


 

The Ladies Swiss Open

 
The Ladies Swiss 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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2012
Deutsche Bank
Booth, Carly
276 (-12)
€78,750
Played as the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open (June 14-17). Booth (Scot) beat Anja Monke (Ger) and Caroline Masson (Ger) at the fourth playoff hole to record her second win in 2012. [Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland].
2011
Deutsche Bank
Luna, Diana
203 (-13)
€78,750
Played as the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open (June 16-19). Second-placed Kristie Smith (Aus), Sophie Giquel-Bettan (Fra) and defending champion Lee-Anne Pace (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Luna (Italy). Reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather. [Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland].
2010
Deutsche Bank
Pace, Lee-Anne
204 (-12)
€78,750
Played as the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open (June 17-20). Second-placed Vikki Laing (Scot) finished 1 shot behind first-time Ladies European Tour winner Pace (RSA). [Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland].
2009
Deutsche Bank
Skarpnord, Marianne
276 (-16)
€78,750
Played as the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open (May 14-17). Second-placed Melissa Reid (Eng) finished 1 shot behind first-time Ladies European Tour winner Skarpnord (Nor). [Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland].
2008
Deutsche Bank
194 (-22)
€78,750
Played as the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open (May 22-25). Second-placed Amy Yang (S Kor) finished 6 shots behind Pettersen (Nor). Reduced to 54 holes after final round was washed-out. [Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland].
2007
Deutsche Bank
Hauert, Bettina
285 (-3)
€78,750
Played as the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open (May 17-20). First-time Ladies European Tour winner Hauert (Ger) beat Anna Rawson (Aus) and Paula Marti (Esp) at the fourth playoff hole. [Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland].
2006
Deutsche Bank
273 (-15)
€75,000
Played as the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open (May 18-21; last played in 1997). Second-placed Laura Davies (Eng) finished 3 shots behind first-time Ladies European Tour winner Nocera (Fra). [Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland].
1997
Deesse
de Lorenzi, Marie-Laure
280 (-8)
£13,500
Played as the Déesse Ladies Swiss Open (June 12-15; next played in 2006). De Lorenzi (Fra) beat Trish Johnson (Eng) in a playoff. [G&CC Maison Blanche, Échenevex, nr Geneva, France].
1996
Déesse
280 (-8)
£12,000
Played as the Déesse Ladies Swiss Open (July 13-16). Second-placed Lisa Hackney (Eng; Lisa Hall from 1999) finished 1 shot behind Gustafson (Swe), who recorded her first win on the Women's Professional Golf European Tour. [G&CC Maison Blanche, Échenevex, nr Geneva, France].
 

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