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Tournament results: Skins Game (LPGA)

Results for the Skins Game (LPGA) are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2003
America
12 skins
$470,000
ConAgra

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Webb, Karrie

Score

12 skins

Prize money

$470,000

Title sponsor

ConAgra

Played as the ConAgra LPGA Skins Game (Jan 25/26; for the first time since 1998; unofficial LPGA Tr event). Webb (Aus) won with a total of 12 skins worth a record $470,000. Second: Annika Sorenstam (Swe) 3 skins worth $70,000. Third: Laura Diaz (USA) 3 skins worth $60,000. Defending champion Laura Davies (Eng) was shut out with no skins. [Gold course, Wailea GC, Maui, Hawaii].

1998
America
Stonebriar CC
10 skins
$270,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

10 skins

Prize money

$270,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (May 23/24; for the last time until 2003) (unofficial LPGA Tr event). Davies (Eng) won with a total of 10 skins worth $270,000. Second: Karrie Webb (Aus) 4 skins worth $140,000. Third: defending champion Annika Sorenstam (Swe) 3 skins worth $100,000. Fourth: Nancy Lopez (USA) 1 skin worth $30,000. [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

1997
America
Stonebriar CC
8 skins
$220,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sorenstam, Annika

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

8 skins

Prize money

$220,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (May 24/25; unofficial LPGA Tr event). Sörenstam (Swe) won with a total of 8 skins worth $220,000. Second: Laura Davies (Eng) 5 skins worth $140,000. Third: Karrie Webb (Aus) 3 skins worth $100,000. Fourth: Dottie Pepper (USA) 2 skins worth $80,000. [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

1996
America
Stonebriar CC
12 skins
$340,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

12 skins

Prize money

$340,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (May 25/26; unofficial LPGA Tr event). Davies (Eng) won with a total of 12 skins worth a record $340,000; her birdie at the 14th contributed $300,000 of that total. Second: Annika Sörenstam (Swe) and defending champion Dottie Pepper (USA) each collected 3 skins worth $100,000. Fourth: Beth Daniel (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

1995
America
Stonebriar CC
8 skins
$290,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Pepper, Dottie

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

8 skins

Prize money

$290,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (May 27/28; unofficial LPGA Tr event). Dottie Mochrie (USA, née Pepper) won with a total of 8 skins worth $290,000. At the par-4 15th Mochrie's birdie was good enough to win a four-hole carryover, adding $180,000 to her tally. Second: Laura Davies (Eng) 6 skins worth $140,000. Third: defending champion Patty Sheehan (USA) 4 skins worth $110,000. For the second straight year Nancy Lopez (USA) was shutout with no skins. [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

1994
America
Stonebriar CC
13 skins
$285,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sheehan, Patty

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

13 skins

Prize money

$285,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (unofficial LPGA Tr event). Sheehan (USA) won with a total of 13 skins worth $285,000 (at the time the highest first prize ever won by an LPGA Tour player). Second: defending champion Betsy King (USA) 5 skins worth $165,000. Brandie Burton (USA) and Nancy Lopez (USA) were both shutout with no skins. [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

1993
America
Stonebriar CC
7 skins
$185,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

King, Betsy

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

7 skins

Prize money

$185,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (unofficial LPGA Tr event). King (USA) won with a total of 7 skins worth $185,000. Second: Nancy Lopez (USA) with skins worth $110,000. Third: defending champion Pat Bradley (USA) with skins worth $85,000. Fourth: Dottie Mochrie (USA, née Pepper) with skins worth $70,000. [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

1992
America
Stonebriar CC
8 skins
$200,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Bradley, Pat

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

8 skins

Prize money

$200,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (unofficial LPGA Tr event). Bradley (USA) won with a total of 8 skins worth $200,000. Second: Nancy Lopez (USA). Also competing: Meg Mallon (USA) and defending champion Jan Stephenson (Aus). [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

1991
America
(not played)
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

(not played)

Venue

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

x

LPGA Skins Game not played in 1991.

1990
America
Stonebriar CC
6 skins
$200,000
JCPenney

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Stephenson, Jan

Venue

Stonebriar CC

Score

6 skins

Prize money

$200,000

Title sponsor

JCPenney

Played as the inaugural JCPenney LPGA Skins Game (unofficial LPGA Tr event). Stephenson won with a total of 6 skins worth $200,000. Second: JoAnne Carner (USA). Third: Nancy Lopez (USA). Fourth: Betsy King (USA) with skins worth $45,000. [Stonebriar CC, Frisco, nr Dallas, Texas].

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