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LPGA awards, results & earnings

Money Leaders: 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 -2011 - 2010 - 2009 - 2008 - 2007 - 2006 - 2005 - 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001 - 2000
Statistics for 2015 - 2016 - 2017
(e.g. Stroke average, driving distance, top-10s, eagles)
Career Victories
Leading money winners 1950-today
Leading career money winners
Total prize money awarded in past years
Historical tour schedules and results
Scoring average leaders by year
LPGA Tour Awards
Year
Player of the Year *
Vare Trophy **
Rookie of the Year ***
2017
Sung Hyun Park KOR
So Yeon Ryu KOR
Lexi Thompson USA
Sung Hyun Park KOR
2016
Ariya Jutanugarn THA
In Gee Chun KOR
In Gee Chun KOR
2015
Lydia Ko NZL
Inbee PARK KOR
Sei Young Kim KOR
2014
Stacy Lewis USA
Stacy Lewis USA
Lydia Ko[14] NZL
2013
Inbee Park KOR
Stacy Lewis USA
Moriya Jutanugarn THA
2012
Stacy Lewis USA
Inbee Park KOR
So Yeon Ryu kor
2011
Yani Tseng TPE
Yani Tseng TPE
Hee Kyung Seo KOR
2010
Yani Tseng TPE
Na Yeon Choi KOR
Azahara Muñoz SPA
2009
Lorena Ochoa MEX
Lorena Ochoa MEX
Jiyai Shin KOR
2008
Lorena Ochoa MEX
Lorena Ochoa MEX
Yani Tseng TPE
2007
Lorena Ochoa MEX
Lorena Ochoa MEX
BRA
2006
Lorena Ochoa MEX
Lorena Ochoa MEX
Seon Hwa Lee KOR
2005
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Paula Creamer USA
2004
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Grace Park KOR
Shi Hyun Ahn KOR
2003
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Se Ri Pak KOR
Lorena Ochoa MEX
2002
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Beth Bauer USA
2001
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Hee-Won Han KOR
2000
Karrie Webb AUS
Karrie Webb AUS
Dorothy Delasin USA
1999
Karrie Webb AUS
Karrie Webb AUS
Mi Hyun Kim KOR
1998
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Se Ri Pak KOR
1997
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Karrie Webb AUS
Lisa Hackney ENG
1996
Laura Davies ENG
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Karrie Webb AUS
1995
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Annika Sörenstam SWE
Pat Hurst USA
1994
Beth Daniel USA
Beth Daniel USA
Annika Sörenstam SWE
1993
Betsy King USA
Betsy King USA
Suzanne Strudwick ENG
1992
Dottie Mochrie USA
Dottie Mochrie USA
Helen Alfredsson SWE
1991
Pat Bradley USA
Pat Bradley USA
Brandie Burton USA
1990
Beth Daniel USA
Beth Daniel USA
Hiromi Kobayashi JAP
1989
Betsy King USA
Beth Daniel USA
Pamela Wright SCO
1988
Nancy Lopez USA
Colleen Walker USA
Liselotte Neumann SWE
1987
Ayako Okamoto JAP
Betsy King USA
Tammie Green USA
1986
Pat Bradley USA
Pat Bradley USA
Jody Rosenthal USA
1985
Nancy Lopez USA
Nancy Lopez USA
Penny Hammel USA
1984
Betsy King USA
Patty Sheehan USA
Juli Inkster USA
1983
Patty Sheehan USA
JoAnne Carner USA
Stephanie Farwig USA
1982
JoAnne Carner USA
JoAnne Carner USA
Patti Rizzo USA
1981
JoAnne Carner USA
JoAnne Carner USA
Patty Sheehan USA
1980
Beth Daniel USA
Amy Alcott USA
Myra Blackwelder USA
1979
Nancy Lopez USA
Nancy Lopez USA
Beth Daniel USA
1978
Nancy Lopez USA
Nancy Lopez USA
Nancy Lopez USA
1977
Judy Rankin USA
Judy Rankin USA
Debbie Massey USA
1976
Judy Rankin USA
Judy Rankin USA
Bonnie Lauer USA
1975
Sandra Palmer USA
JoAnne Carner USA
Amy Alcott USA
1974
JoAnne Carner USA
JoAnne Carner USA
Jan Stephenson AUS
1973
Kathy Whitworth USA
Judy Rankin USA
Laura Baugh USA
1972
Kathy Whitworth USA
Kathy Whitworth USA
Jocelyne Bourassa CAN
1971
Kathy Whitworth USA
Kathy Whitworth USA
Sally Little RSA
1970
Sandra Haynie USA
Kathy Whitworth USA
JoAnne Carner USA
1969
Kathy Whitworth USA
Kathy Whitworth USA
Jane Blalock USA
1968
Kathy Whitworth USA
Carol Mann USA
Sandra Post CAN
1967
Kathy Whitworth USA
Kathy Whitworth USA
Sharron Moran USA
1966
Kathy Whitworth USA
Kathy Whitworth USA
Jan Ferraris USA
1965
Kathy Whitworth USA
Margie Masters AUS
1964
Mickey Wright USA
Susie Maxwell USA
1963
Mickey Wright USA
Clifford Ann Creed USA
1962
Mickey Wright USA
Mary Mills USA
1961
Mickey Wright USA
1960
Mickey Wright USA
1959
Betsy Rawls USA
1958
Beverly Hanson USA
1957
Louise Suggs USA
1956
Patty Berg USA
1955
Patty Berg USA
1954
Babe Zaharias USA
1953
Patty Berg USA
* The Rolex Player of the Year: Points are awarded for top-10 finishes and doubled at the LPGA's 4 major championships and at the season-ending Tour Championship.
30 points for first; 12 points for second; nine points for third; seven points for fourth; six points for fifth; five points for sixth; four points for seventh; three points for eighth; two points for ninth and one point for 10th.
** The Vare Trophy: Named for Glenna Collett-Vare, given to the player with the lowest scoring average for the season.
*** The Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year Award: Awarded to the first-year player on the LPGA Tour who scores the highest in a points competition in which points are awarded based on a player's finish in an event.
The points system is: 150 points for first; 80 points for second; 75 points for third; 70 points for fourth; and 65 points for fifth.
After fifth place, points are awarded in decrements of three, beginning at sixth place with 62 points.
Points are doubled in the major events and at the season-ending Tour Championship.
Rookies who make the cut in an event and finish below 41st each receive five points. The award is named after Louise Suggs, one of the founders of the LPGA.
Historical tour schedules and results
Year
Number of official tournaments
Countries hosting tournaments
Tournaments in United States
Tournaments in other countries
Total prize money $
2017
34
15
17
17
67,650,000
2016
33
14
18
15
63,000,000
2015
31
14
17
14
59,100,000
2014
32
14
17
15
57,550,000
2013
28
14
14
14
48,900,000
2012
27
12
15
12
47,000,000
2011
23
11
13
10
41,500,000
2010
24
10
14
10
41,400,000
2009
28
9
18
10
47,600,000
2008
34
8
24
10
60,300,000
2007
31
8
23
8
54,285,000
2006
33
8
25
8
50,275,000
2005
32
7
25
7
45,100,000
2004
32
6
27
5
42,875,000

 




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