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Tournament results: Women's Indian Open

Results for the Women's Indian Open are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2022
Asia
(Wolf, Christine)
Oct 20-23
tba
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

(Wolf, Christine)

Score

Oct 20-23

Prize money

tba

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Oct 20-23; Eurpn/Asian Ladies Tours event). [Gary Player Black Knight course, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2021
Asia
(Wolf, Christine)
Cancelled
x
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

(Wolf, Christine)

Score

Cancelled

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

Hero

Hero Women's Indian Open not played in 2021 (scheduled for Sept 30-Oct 3, but cancelled due to ongoing global coronavirus pandemic; Eurpn/Asian Ladies Tours event). [Gary Player Black Knight course, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2020
Asia
(cancelled)
x
x
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

(cancelled)

Score

x

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

Hero

Hero Women's Indian Open not played in 2020 (scheduled for Oct 1-4; cancelled due to world coronavirus pandemic). [Gary Player Black Knight course, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2019
Asia
Wolf, Christine
277 (-11)
US$75,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Wolf, Christine

Score

277 (-11)

Prize money

US$75,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Oct 3-6; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Marianne Skarpnoord (Nor) finished 3 shots behind 30-year-old Christine Wolf (Aut), who recorded her first Ladies European Tour win in her 91st start on the Tour. [Gary Player Black Knight course, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2018
Asia
281 (-7)
US$75,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Morgan, Becky

Score

281 (-7)

Prize money

US$75,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Oct 18-21; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Caroline Hedwall (Swe), Felicity Johnson (Eng), Nicole Broch Larsen (Den) and Christine Wolf (Aut) finished 2 shots behind 44-year-old Becky Morgan (Wales), who recorded her first Ladies European Tour win in her 18th year on the tour. [Gary Player Black Knight course, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2017
Asia
Chevalier, Camille
204 (-12)
US$60,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Chevalier, Camille

Score

204 (-12)

Prize money

US$60,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Nov 10-13; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Michelle Thomson (Scot) finished 1 shot behind 23-year-old Ladies European Tour rookie Camille Chevalier (Fra), who recorded her first LET win. [Gary Player Black Knight course, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2016
Asia
213 (-13)
US$60,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Ashok, Aditi

Score

213 (-13)

Prize money

US$60,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Nov 11-13; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Brittany Lincicome (USA) and Belen Mozo (Esp) finished 1 shot behind 18-year-old rookie professional Aditi Ashok (India), the first home winner of this event. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Pedersen, Emily Kristine

Score

216 (E)

Prize money

US$60,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Oct 23-25; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Becky Morgan (Wales), Malene Jorgensen (Den) and Cheyenne Woods (USA) finished 1 shot behind Ladies European Tour rookie and wire-to-wire winner Emily Kristine Pedersen (Den), who won her first LET event. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2014
Asia
208 (-11)
US$45,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Nocera, Gwladys

Score

208 (-11)

Prize money

US$45,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Dec 4-6; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Fabienne In-Albon (Sui), Hannah Burke (Eng) and Hyeon-seo Kang (S Kor) finished 5 shots behind wire-to-wire Gwladys Nocera (Fra). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].

2013
Asia
Suwannapura, Thidapa
208 (-8)
US$45,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Suwannapura, Thidapa

Score

208 (-8)

Prize money

US$45,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Nov 28-30; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Valentine Derrey (Fra) finished 3 shots behind first-time Ladies Eurpn Tr winner Thidapa Suwannapura (Thai). [Delhi GC, New Delhi].

2012
Asia
Phatlum, Pornanong
203 (-13)
US$45,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Phatlum, Pornanong

Score

203 (-13)

Prize money

US$45,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Nov 30-Dec 2; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Defending champion and second-placed Caroline Hedwall (Swe) finished 4 shots behind Pornanong Phatlum (Thai), who claimed her third Women's Indian Open title, and first win on the Ladies European Tour. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2011
Asia
204 (-12)
US$45,000
Hero

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Hedwall, Caroline

Score

204 (-12)

Prize money

US$45,000

Title sponsor

Hero

Played as the Hero Women's Indian Open (Dec 9-11; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Second-placed Pornanong Phatlum (Thai) finished 2 shots behind tour rookie Caroline Hedwall, who recorded her fourth Ladies European Tour title of 2011. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2010
Asia
213 (-3)
US$45,000
Honda

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Davies, Laura

Score

213 (-3)

Prize money

US$45,000

Title sponsor

Honda

Played as the Hero Honda Women's Indian Open (Nov 11-13; Eurpn and Asian ladies tours event). Laura Davies (Eng) beat Louise Friberg (Swe), Nontaya Srisawang (Thai) and Tandi Cunningham (RSA) at the first playoff hole. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2009
Asia
Phatlum, Pornanong
208 (-8)
US$18,000
DLF

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Phatlum, Pornanong

Score

208 (-8)

Prize money

US$18,000

Title sponsor

DLF

Played as the DLF Women's Indian Open (Feb 25-27; Ladies Asian Tr event). Second-placed Hae-jung Kim (S Kor) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Pornanong Phatlum (Thai). [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2008
Asia
Phatlum, Pornanong
212 (-4)
US$18,000
DLF

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Phatlum, Pornanong

Score

212 (-4)

Prize money

US$18,000

Title sponsor

DLF

Played as the DLF Women's Indian Open (March 26-28; Ladies Asian Tr event). Second-placed Jun-jye Wei (Taiw) and Yuki Sakurai (Jpn) finished 4 shots behind 19-year-old Pornanong Phatlum (Thai). [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

2007
Asia
215 (-1)
US$15,000
DLF

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Tseng, Yani

Score

215 (-1)

Prize money

US$15,000

Title sponsor

DLF

Played as the inaugural DLF Women's Indian Open (March 14-16; Ladies Asian Tr event). Yani Tseng (Taiw) beat Russamee Gulyanamitta (Thai) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].

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