Honda LPGA Thailand Winners and History
Played since 2006, the Honda LPGA Thailand is part of the LPGA’s global outreach program. The current format is 72 hole, no cut, limited field event. Seventy players are invited, including the 60 top available LPGA players and 10 sponsors invitees.
The tournament’s first edition was held at Thailand’s Amata Spring County Club in 2006. It was the first LPGA event held in Thailand, and increased to eight the number of different countries on the LPGA schedule.
The following year, the LPGA Thailand moved to the Siam Country Club. There was no tournament in 2008.
A full list of Honda LPGA Thailand winners follows:
|2023||Lilia Vu||United States||266 (-22)||1 shot|
|2022||Nanna Koerstz Madsen||Denmark||262 (-26)||playoff|
|2021||Ariya Jutanugarn||Thailand||266 (-22)||1 stroke|
|2019||Any Yang (3)||South Korea||266 (-22)||1 strokes|
|2018||Jessica Korda||United States||266 (-25)||4 strokes|
|2017||Amy Yang||South Korea||266 (-22)||5 strokes|
|2016||Lexi Thompson||United States||268 (-20)||5 strokes|
|2015||Amy Yang||South Korea||273 (-15)||2 strokes|
|2014||Anna Nordqvist||Sweden||273 (-15)||2 strokes|
|2013||Inbee Park||South Korea||276 (-12)||2 strokes|
|2012||Yani Tseng||Taiwan||269 (-19)||1 stroke|
|2011||Yani Tseng||Taiwan||273 (-15)||5 strokes|
|2010||Ai Miyazato||Japan||267 (-21)||1 stroke|
|2009||Lorena Ochoa||Mexico||274 (-14)||3 strokes|
|2007||Suzann Pettersen||Norway||267 (-21)||1 stroke|
|2006||Hee-Won Han||South Korea||202 (-14)||5 strokes|