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Tournament results: Order of Merit - LET

Results for the Order of Merit - LET are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2019
Awards
743.06 pts
€208,659
LET

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Henseleit, Esther

Venue

Score

743.06 pts

Prize money

€208,659

Title sponsor

LET

20-year-old Henseleit (Ger) won the LET season-long points chase, to capture the Tour's 2019 Order of Merit and €20,000 bonus. Henseleit accumulated 743.06 points (earning €208,777 in the process). Second was Marianne Skarpnord (Nor) 694.44 pts (earnings €174,455); third was Christine Wolf (Aut) 536.65 pts (earnings €138,156). Carlota Ciganda (Esp) was the No.1 money winner in 2019, with earnings of €247,668 from the Tour. Henseleit emulated Laura Davies (Eng; 1985) and Carlota Ciganda (Esp; 2012) in winning both the LET's Order of Merit and Rookie of the Year award in the same season.

2018
Awards
667.73 pts
€512,101
LET

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hall, Georgia

Venue

Score

667.73 pts

Prize money

€512,101

Title sponsor

LET

22-year-old Hall (Eng) won the LET season-long points chase, to capture the Tour's 2018 Order of Merit and €20,000 bonus. This was her second straight LET Order of Merit title. Hall accumulated 667.73 points (earning €512,101 in the process). Second was Anne Van Dam (Nld) 518.18 pts (€168,603); third was Caroline Hedwall (Swe) 453.35 pts (€124,013). For the first time since 2004, the LET Order of Merit was based on a points system versus the Tour's money list.

2017
Awards
€368,934
see Score
LET

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hall, Georgia

Venue

Score

€368,934

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

LET

Hall (Eng) won the LET 2017 Order of Merit, with earnings of €368,934 on the Tour. Carlota Ciganda (Esp) was second with €160,797; Azahara Munoz (Esp) was third with €111,749.

2016
Awards
€313,079
see Score
LET

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Allen, Beth

Venue

Score

€313,079

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

LET

Allen (USA) won the LET 2016 Order of Merit, with earnings of €313,079 on the Tour. Tour rookie Aditi Ashok (India) was second with €206,664; Florentyna Parker (Eng) was third with €175,361.

2015
Awards
€399,213
see Score
LET

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Feng, Shanshan

Venue

Score

€399,213

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

LET

Feng (China) won the LET 2015 Order of Merit, with earnings of €399,213 on the Tour. Melissa Reid (Eng) was second with €249,150; Nicole Broch Larsen (Den) was third with €235,877. Feng became the first Chinese winner of the LET Order of Merit.

2014
Awards
€263,096
see Score
ISPS Handa

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hull, Charley

Venue

Score

€263,096

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

ISPS Handa

Hull (Eng) won the LET 2014 ISPS Handa Order of Merit, with earnings of €263,096 on the Tour. Gwladys Nocera (Fra) was second with €233,288; Lee-Ann Pace (RSA) was third with €167,005.

2013
Awards
€518,448
see Score
ISPS Handa

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Pettersen, Suzann

Venue

Score

€518,448

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

ISPS Handa

Pettersen (Nor) won the LET 2013 ISPS Handa Order of Merit, with earnings of €518,448 on the Tour. Lee-Ann Pace (RSA) was second with €250,927; Lexi Thompson (USA) was third with €228,794.

2012
Awards
€251,289
see Score
ISPS Handa

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Ciganda, Carlota

Venue

Score

€251,289

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

ISPS Handa

Ciganda (Esp) won the LET 2012 ISPS Handa Order of Merit, with earnings of €251,289 on the Tour. Caroline Masson (Ger) was second with €241,831; Shanshan Feng (China) was third with €202,147. Ciganda became the first player since Laura Davies 27 years earlier to win the Tour's Order of Merit and Rookie titles in the same season.

2011
Awards
€363,079
see Score
Henderson

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Miyazato, Ai

Venue

Score

€363,079

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Henderson

Miyazato (Jpn) won the LET 2011 Order of Merit (Henderson Money List), with earnings of €363,079 on the Tour. Melissa Reid (Eng) was second with €286,577; rookie Caroline Hedwall (Swe) was third with €278,528. Miyazato only played two LET events, but won enough (especially from the Evian Masters) to win the Order of Merit.

2010
Awards
€339,517
see Score
Henderson

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Pace, Lee-Anne

Venue

Score

€339,517

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Henderson

Pace (RSA) won the LET 2010 Order of Merit (Henderson Money List), with earnings of €339,517 on the Tour. Laura Davies (Eng) was second with €311,573; Melissa Reid (Eng) was third with €270,871.

2009
Awards
€281,315
see Score
Henderson

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Gustafson, Sophie

Venue

Score

€281,315

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Henderson

Gustafson (Swe) won her fourth LET Order of Merit (Henderson Money List), with 2009 season earnings of €281,315 on the Tour. Catriona Matthew (Scot) was second with €259,871; Becky Brewerton (Wales) was third with €221,496.

2008
Awards
€391,840
see Score
New Star

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Nocera, Gwladys

Venue

Score

€391,840

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

New Star

Nocera (Fra) won the LET 2008 Order of Merit (New Star Money List), with earnings of €391,840 on the Tour. Helen Alfredsson (Swe) was second with €320,099; Martina Eberl (Ger) was third with €277,296.

2007
Awards
€222,081
see Score
New Star

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Gustafson, Sophie

Venue

Score

€222,081

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

New Star

Gustafson (Swe) won her third LET Order of Merit (New Star Money List), with 2007 season earnings of €222,081 on the Tour. Bettina Hauert (Ger) was second with €219,863; Gwladys Nocera (Fra) was third with €207,824.

2006
Awards
€471,727
see Score
New Star

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Score

€471,727

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

New Star

Davies (Eng) won her seventh LET Order of Merit (New Star Money List), with 2006 season earnings of €471,727 on the Tour. Gwladys Nocera (Fra) was second with €415,020; Annika Sörenstam (Swe) was third with €225,822.

2005
Awards
€204,672
see Score
Robe di Kappa

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Tinning, Iben

Venue

Score

€204,672

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Robe di Kappa

Tinning (Den) won the LET 2005 Robe di Kappa Order of Merit, with earnings of €204,672 on the Tour. Annika Sörenstam (Swe) was second with €180,639; Sophie Gustafson (Swe) was third with €168,825. For the first time since 1999, the Order of Merit was based on the money list, versus a points system.

2004
Awards
777 pts
€254,774
Robe di Kappa

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Score

777 pts

Prize money

€254,774

Title sponsor

Robe di Kappa

Davies (Eng) won her sixth LET Robe di Kappa Order of Merit, based on a season-long points total of 777.26 pts. Trish Johnson (Eng) was second with 672.65 pts; Stephanie Arricau (Fra) was third with 657.77 pts. On the LET money list Davies finished with earnings of €254,774, Johnson with €160,179 and Arricau with €171,143.

2003
Awards
917 pts
€244,685
Evian

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Gustafson, Sophie

Venue

Score

917 pts

Prize money

€244,685

Title sponsor

Evian

Gustafson (Swe) won her second LET Evian Order of Merit, based on a season-long points total of 917.95 pts in 2003. Elisabeth Esterl (Ger) was second with 702.46 pts; Laura Davies (Eng) was third with 681.25 pts. On the LET money list Gustafson finished with earnings of €244,685, Esterl with €159,298 and Davies with €171,701.

2002
Awards
6,589 pts
€222,501
Evian

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Marti, Paula

Venue

Score

6,589 pts

Prize money

€222,501

Title sponsor

Evian

Marti (Esp) won the LET 2002 Evian Order of Merit, based on a season-long points total of 6,589 pts. Maria Hjorth (Swe) was second with 6,483 pts; Sophie Gustafson (Swe) was third with 5,613 pts. On the LET money list Marti finished with earnings of €222,501, Hjorth with €266,066 and Gustafson with €148,741.

2001
Awards
10,661 pts
£160,441
Evian

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Carriedo, Raquel

Venue

Score

10,661 pts

Prize money

£160,441

Title sponsor

Evian

Carreido (Esp) won the LET 2001 Evian Order of Merit, based on a season-long points total of 10,661 pts. Suzann Pettersen (Nor) was second with 8,014 pts; Karine Icher (Fra) was third with 6,927 pts. Carriedo also won the money list, with 2001 earnings of £160,441 on the Tour. Pettersen (Nor) was second with £129,546; Marine Monnet (Fra) was third with £121,193; Icher was fourth with £101,016.

2000
Awards
8,777 pts
£207,288
LET

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Gustafson, Sophie

Venue

Score

8,777 pts

Prize money

£207,288

Title sponsor

LET

Gustafson (Swe) won the LET 2000 Order of Merit, based on a season-long points total of 8,777 pts (the first year a points system was used). Trish Johnson (Eng) was second with 5312.45 pts; Marine Monnet (Fra) was third with 5130.62 pts. Annika Sorenstam (Swe) was the leading money winner, with earnings of £208,283 on the Tour. Gustafson was second with £207,288; Kirsty Taylor (Eng) was third with £82,909. Johnson was fifth (£69,638) and Monnet was eighth (£59,162).

1999
Awards
£204,521
see Score
Eurpn LPGA

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Score

£204,521

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Eurpn LPGA

Davies (Eng) won her fifth European LPGA Tour Order of Merit, with 1999 season earnings of £204,521 on the Tour. Catrin Nilsmark (Swe) was second with £131,565; Alison Nicholas (Eng) was third with £128,223.

1998
Awards
£125,975
see Score
Eurpn LPGA

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Alfredsson, Helen

Venue

Score

£125,975

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Eurpn LPGA

Alfredsson (Swe) won the European LPGA Tour 1998 Order of Merit, with earnings of £125,975 on the Tour. Sophie Gustafson (Swe) was second with £103,443; Maria Hjorth (Swe) was third with £77,733.

1997
Awards
£94,589
see Score
WPG Eurpn Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Nicholas, Alison

Venue

Score

£94,589

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPG Eurpn Tr

Nicholas (Eng) won the WPG European Tour 1997 Order of Merit, with earnings of £94,589 on the Tour. Helen Alfredsson (Swe) was second with £92,927; Marie-Laure de Lorenzi (Fra) was third with £89,523.

1996
Awards
£110,880
see Score
Ford

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Score

£110,880

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Ford

Davies (Eng) won her fourth WPG European Tour Ford Order of Merit, with 1996 season earnings of £110,880 on the Tour. Helen Alfredsson (Swe) was second with £97,804; Trish Johnson (Eng) was third with £80,333.

1995
Awards
£130,324
see Score
Ford

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Venue

Score

£130,324

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Ford

Sörenstam (Swe) won the WPG European Tour 1995 Ford Order of Merit, with earnings of £130,324 on the Tour. Laura Davies (Eng) was second with £100,697; Karrie Webb (Aus) was third with £90,556.

1994
Awards
£102,750
see Score
WPG Eurpn Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Neumann, Liselotte

Venue

Score

£102,750

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPG Eurpn Tr

Neumann (Swe) won the WPG European Tour 1994 Order of Merit, with earnings of £102,750 on the Tour. Helen Alfredsson (Swe) was second with £63,315; Laura Davies (Eng) was third with £59,384.

1993
Awards
£81,266
see Score
WPG Eurpn Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Lunn, Karen

Venue

Score

£81,266

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPG Eurpn Tr

Lunn (Aus) won the WPG European Tour 1993 Order of Merit, with earnings of £81,266 on the Tour. Laura Davies (Eng) was second with £64,938; Annika Sorenstam (Swe) was third with £55,927.

1992
Awards
£66,333
see Score
WPG Eurpn Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Score

£66,333

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPG Eurpn Tr

Davies (Eng) won her third WPG European Tour Order of Merit, with earnings of £66,333 on the Tour. Helen Alfredsson (Swe) was second with £55,900; Corinne Dibnah (Aus) was third with £53,211.

1991
Awards
£89,058
see Score
Woolmark

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Dibnah, Corinne

Venue

Score

£89,058

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Woolmark

Dibnah (Aus) won the WPG European Tour 1991 Woolmark Order of Merit, with earnings of £89,058 on the Tour. Helen Alfredsson (Swe) was second with £75,900; Dale Reid (Scot) was third with £64,494.

1990
Awards
£83,043
see Score
Woolmark

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Johnson, Trish

Venue

Score

£83,043

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Woolmark

Johnson (Eng) won the WPG European Tour 1990 Woolmark Order of Merit, with earnings of £83,043 on the Tour. Alison Nicholas (Eng) was second with £63,199; Helen Alfredsson (Swe) was third with £63,079.

1989
Awards
£77,534
see Score
Woolmark

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

de Lorenzi, Marie-Laure

Venue

Score

£77,534

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Woolmark

de Lorenzi (Fra) won her second straight WPG European Tour Woolmark Order of Merit, with 1989 season earnings of $77,534 on the Tour. Alison Nicholas (Eng) was second with £56,529; Kitrina Douglas (Eng) was third with £48,534.

1988
Awards
£109,360
see Score
Woolmark

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

de Lorenzi, Marie-Laure

Venue

Score

£109,360

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Woolmark

de Lorenzi (Fra) won the WPG European Tour 1988 Woolmark Order of Merit, with earnings of £99,360 on the Tour. Alison Nicholas (Eng) was second with £76,409; Corinne Dibnah (Aus) was third with £66,906. De Lorenzi was competing under her married name Marie-Laure Taya.

1987
Awards
£53,815
see Score
Woolmark

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Reid, Dale

Venue

Score

£53,815

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Woolmark

Reid (Scot) won her second WPGA Tour Woolmark Order of Merit, with 1987 season earnings of £53,815 on the Tour. Laura Davies (Eng) was second with £47,151; Corinne Dibnah (Aus) was third with £40,474.

1986
Awards
£37,500
£5,000
Ring & Brymer

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Score

£37,500

Prize money

£5,000

Title sponsor

Ring & Brymer

Davies (Eng) won her second straight WPGA Tour Ring & Brymer Order of Merit, with 1986 season earnings of £37,500 on the Tour. Liselotte Neumann (Swe) was second with £37,006; Corinne Dibnah (Aus) was third with £26,969. Davies received a £5,000 bonus as the Order of Merit winner.

1985
Awards
£21,736
£2,500
Ring & Brymer

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Score

£21,736

Prize money

£2,500

Title sponsor

Ring & Brymer

Davies (Eng) won the WPGA Tour 1985 Ring & Brymer Order of Merit, with earnings of £21,736 on the Tour. Jane Connachan (Scot) was second with £21,234; Beverly Huke (Eng) was third with £18,702. Davies received a £2,500 bonus as the Order of Merit winner.

1984
Awards
£28,239
see Score
Ring & Brymer

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Reid, Dale

Venue

Score

£28,239

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Ring & Brymer

Reid (Scot) won the WPGA Tour 1984 Ring & Brymer Order of Merit, with earnings of £28,239 on the Tour. Kitrina Douglas (Eng) was second with £19,899; Peggy Conley (USA) was third with £18,702.

1983
Awards
Thomson, Muriel
£9,225
£1,000
WPGA Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Thomson, Muriel

Venue

Score

£9,225

Prize money

£1,000

Title sponsor

WPGA Tr

Thomson (Scot) won her second WPGA Tour Order of Merit, with 1983 season earnings of £9,225 on the Tour. Mickey Walker (Eng) was second; Beverly Huke (Eng) was third. Thomson received a £1,000 bonus as the Order of Merit winner.

1982
Awards
£12,551
see Score
WPGA Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Smith, Jenny Lee

Venue

Score

£12,551

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPGA Tr

Smith (Eng) won her second straight WPGA Tour Order of Merit, with 1982 season earnings of £12,551 on the Tour. Rose Jones was second with £7,016.

1981
Awards
£13,518
see Score
WPGA Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Smith, Jenny Lee

Venue

Score

£13,518

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPGA Tr

Smith (Eng) won the WPGA Tour 1981 Order of Merit, with earnings of £13,518 on the Tour.

1980
Awards
Thomson, Muriel
£8,008
see Score
WPGA Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Thomson, Muriel

Venue

Score

£8,008

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPGA Tr

Thomson (Scot) won the WPGA Tour 1980 Order of Merit, with earnings of £8,008 on the Tour.

1979
Awards
£4,965
see Score
WPGA Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Panton, Cathy

Venue

Score

£4,965

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

WPGA Tr

Panton (Scot) won the inaugural WPGA Tour Order of Merit, with 1979 season earnings of £4,965 on the Tour.

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