Canadian Pacific Women’s Open Winners and History

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The Canadian Pacific Women’s Open has been Canada’s national championship tournament since its founding in 1973. Over the years, it has been known by a variety of names:

1973: La Canadienne
1974–1983: Classique Peter Jackson Classic
1984–1987: Classique du Maurier Classic
1988–2000: du Maurier Ltd Classic, Classique du Maurier Ltée
2001–2002: Bank of Montreal Canadian Women’s Open, Omnium canadien féminin Banque de Montréal
2003–2005: BMO Financial Group Canadian Women’s Open, Omnium canadien féminin BMO Groupe financier
2006–2013: CN Canadian Women’s Open, Omnium canadien féminin CN
2014–Present: Canadian Pacific Women’s Open, Omnium féminin Canadien Pacifique

Considered one of the LPGA’s majors from 1979 to 2000, the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open was eclipsed when the LPGA decided to instead include the Women’s British Open. The Women’s British Open was a major on the Ladies European Tour and including it on the LPGA list gave the tours one common major. Today, both tours recognize the Women’s British Open and the Evian Championship. The Ladies European Tour does not sanction any of the US-based majors.

For the first six years, the tournament was 54 holes

In 2012, Lydia Ko made history by becoming the youngest winner of an LPGA Tour event. She was fifteen years, four months. She is also only the fifth amateur — and the first in more than forty years — to win an LPGA Tour event. She defended tah twin as an amateur in 2013.

A complete list of Canadian Pacific Women’s Open Winners follows:

YearChampionCountryScoreTo par
2022Paula RetoSouth Africa265-19
2019Ko Jin-youngSouth Korea262-26
2018Brooke HendersonCanada267-21
2017Park Sung-hyunSouth Korea271-13
2016Arya JutanugarnThailand265-23
2015Lydia Ko (3) New Zealand276−12
2014Ryu So-yeon South Korea265−23
2013Lydia Ko (a) (2) New Zealand265−15
2012Lydia Ko (a) New Zealand275−13
2011Brittany Lincicome United States275−13
2010Michelle Wie United States276−12
2009Suzann Pettersen Norway269−15
2008Katherine Hull Australia277−11
2007Lorena Ochoa Mexico268−16
2006Cristie Kerr United States276−12
2005Meena Lee South Korea279−9
2004Meg Mallon (3) United States270−18
2003Beth Daniel United States276−13
2002Meg Mallon (2) United States284−4
2001Annika Sörenstam Sweden272−16
2000Meg Mallon United States282−6
1999Karrie Webb Australia277−11
1998Brandie Burton (2) United States270−18
1997Colleen Walker United States278−14
1996Laura Davies England277−11
1995Jenny Lidback Peru/Sweden280−8
1994Martha Nause United States279−9
1993Brandie Burton United States277−11PO
1992Sherri Steinhauer United States277−11
1991Nancy Scranton United States279−9
1990Cathy Johnston United States276−16
1989Tammie Green United States279−9
1988Sally Little United States279−9
1987Jody Rosenthal United States272−16
1986Pat Bradley (3) United States276−12PO
1985Pat Bradley (2) United States278−10
1984Juli Inkster United States279−9
1983Hollis Stacy United States277−11
1982Sandra Haynie United States280−8
1981Jan Stephenson Australia278−10
1980Pat Bradley United States277−15
1979Amy Alcott United States285−7
1978JoAnne Carner (2) United States278−14
1977Judy Rankin United States212−4
1976Donna Caponi United States212−4PO
1975JoAnne Carner United States214−5PO
1974Carole Jo Skala United States208−11
1973Jocelyne Bourassa Canada214−5PO

CP Women’s Open Venues

YearTournament Location
2022Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club
2019Magna Golf Club (Aurora, ON)
2018Wascana Country Club (Regina, SK)
2017Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club
2016Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club (Calgary, AB)
2015Vancouver Golf Club, (Coquitlam, BC)
2014London Hunt and Country Club (London, ON)
2013Royal Mayfair Golf Club, (Edmonton, AB)
2012Vancouver Golf Club, (Coquitlam, BC)[4]
2011Hillsdale Golf & Country Club, (Mirabel, QC)[5]
2010St. Charles Country Club, (Winnipeg, MB)
2009Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club (Calgary, AB)
2008Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club (Ottawa, ON)
2007Royal Mayfair Golf Club (Edmonton, AB)
2006London Hunt and Country Club (London, ON)
2005Glen Arbour Golf Course (Halifax, NS)
2004Legends on the Niagara (Niagara Falls, ON)
2003Point Grey Golf & Country Club (Vancouver, BC)
2002Summerlea Golf and Country Club (Montreal, QC)
2001Angus Glen Golf Club (Markham, ON)
2000Royal Ottawa Golf Club (Gatineau, QC)
1999Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club (Calgary, AB)
1998Essex Golf & Country Club (Windsor, ON)
1997Glen Abbey Golf Course (Oakville, ON)
1996Edmonton Country Club (Edmonton, AB)
1995Beaconsfield Golf Club (Beaconsfield, QC)
1994Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club (Ottawa, ON)
1993London Hunt Club (London, ON)
1992St. Charles Country Club (Winnipeg, MB)
1991Vancouver Golf Club (Coquitlam, BC)
1990Westmount Golf and Country Club (Kitchener, ON)
1989Beaconsfield Golf Club (Beaconsfield, QC)
1988Vancouver Golf Club (Coquitlam, BC)
1987Islesmere Golf Club (Laval, QC)
1986Board of Trade Country Club (Woodbridge, ON)
1985Beaconsfield Golf Club (Beaconsfield, QC)
1984St. George’s Golf and Country Club (Toronto, ON)
1983Beaconsfield Golf Club (Beaconsfield, QC)
1982St. George’s Golf and Country Club (Toronto, ON)
1981Summerlea Golf & Country Club (Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC)
1980St. George’s Golf and Country Club (Toronto, ON)
1979Richelieu Valley Golf Club (Sainte-Julie, QC)
1978St. George’s Golf and Country Club
1977Lachute Golf Club
1976Cedar Brae Golf & Country Club
1975St. George’s Golf and Country Club
1974Candiac Golf Club
1973Montreal Municipal Golf Club

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