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Tournament results: Women's World Championship

Results for the Women's World Championship 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
(Kim, Hyo Joo)
Mar 3-6
$240,000
HSBC

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

(Kim, Hyo Joo)

Score

Mar 3-6

Prize money

$240,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's World Championship (Mar 3-6; LPGA Tour event). [New Tanjong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

2021
Asia
Kim, Hyo Joo
271 (-17)
$240,000
HSBC

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Kim, Hyo Joo

Score

271 (-17)

Prize money

$240,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's World Championship (Apr 29-May 2). Second-placed Hannah Green (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Hyo Joo Kim (S Kor). [New Tanjong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

(cancelled)

Score

x

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

HSBC

HSBC Women's World Championship not played in 2020 (scheduled for Feb 27-Mar 1; cancelled due to global coronavirus pandemic). [New Tanjong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Park, Sung Hyun

Score

273 (-15)

Prize money

US$225,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's World Championship (Feb 28-Mar 3; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Minjee Lee (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Sung Hyun Park (S Kor). [New Tanjong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Wie, Michelle

Score

271 (-17)

Prize money

US$225,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's World Championship (March 1-4; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Brooke Henderson (Can), Danielle Kang (USA), Nelly Korda (USA) and Jenny Shin (S Kor) finished 1 shot behind Michelle Wie (USA), who recorded her fifth LPGA Tour win. [New Tanjong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Park, Inbee

Score

269 (-19)

Prize money

US$225,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (March 2-5; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Ariya Jutanugarn (Thai) finished 1 shot behind Inbee Park (S Kor), who won this event for the second time in three years. [New Tanjong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

2016
Asia
Jang, Ha Na
269 (-19)
US$225,000
HSBC

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Jang, Ha Na

Score

269 (-19)

Prize money

US$225,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (March 3-6; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Pornanong Phatlum (Thai) finished 4 shots behind Ha Na Jang (S Kor), who recorded her second LPGA Tour win. [Serapong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Park, Inbee

Score

273 (-15)

Prize money

US$210,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (March 5-8; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Lydia Ko (NZ) finished 2 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Inbee Park (S Kor). [Serapong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Creamer, Paula

Score

278 (-10)

Prize money

US$210,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (Feb 27-Mar 2; LPGA Tour event). Paula Creamer (USA) beat Azahara Muñoz (Esp) with a 75-foot putt for an eagle-three at the second playoff hole, to record her tenth LPGA Tour win. [Serapong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Lewis, Stacy

Score

273 (-15)

Prize money

US$210,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (Feb 28-Mar 3; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Na Yeon Choi (S Kor) finished 1 shot behind Stacy Lewis (USA). [Serapong course, Sentosa GC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Stanford, Angela

Score

278 (-10)

Prize money

US$210,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (Feb 23-26; LPGA Tour event). Angela Stanford (USA) beat Jenny Shin (S Kor) at the third playoff hole, to record her fifth LPGA Tour win. Shanshan Feng (China) was eliminated at the first playoff hole and Na Yeon Choi (S Kor) at the second. [Garden course, Tanah Merah CC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Webb, Karrie

Score

275 (-13)

Prize money

US$210,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (Feb 24-27; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Chie Arimura (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Karrie Webb (Aus). [Garden course, Tanah Merah CC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Miyazato, Ai

Score

278 (-10)

Prize money

US$195,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (Feb 25-28; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Cristie Kerr (USA) finished 2 shots behind Ai Miyazato (Jpn), whose win gave her the LPGA Tour's opening two titles of 2010. [Garden course, Tanah Merah CC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Shin, Jiyai

Score

277 (-11)

Prize money

US$300,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the HSBC Women's Champions (March 5-8; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Katherine Hull (Aus) finished 2 shots behind 20-year-old Jiyai Shin (S Kor), who recorded her first win as a rookie member of the Tour. Her three LPGA Tour wins in 2008 were not as a member of the Tour. [Garden course, Tanah Merah CC, Singapore].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Ochoa, Lorena

Score

268 (-20)

Prize money

US$300,000

Title sponsor

HSBC

Played as the inaugural HSBC Women's Champions (Feb 28-Mar 2; LPGA Tour event). Second-placed Annika Sörenstam (Swe) finished 11 shots behind Lorena Ochoa (Mex). [Garden course, Tanah Merah CC, Singapore].

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