HSBC Women’s World Championship Winners and History

HSBC Women’s World Championship Winners and History

Inaugurated in 2008, the HSBC Women’s World Championship is a limited field event held in Singapore and sanctioned by the LPGA. It replaced the HSBC Women’s Match Play Championship, which ran from 2005 – 2007.

The current field consists of 63 players. To ensure an invitation, a player must have won an LPGA tournament in 2013 or have finished the year in the Top 20 of the Rolex Rankings. Others are invited based on rankings. Because it is a limited field event, there is no cut. All competitors will play four rounds.

In 2008 and 2008, the field was 78 players, with a $2 million purse. The current purse is $1.4 million, with the winner taking $210,000.

The HSBC Women’s Champions tournament was played on the Garden Course of the Tanah Merah Country Club in eastern Singapore, adjacent to Singapore Changi Airport from 2008 to 2012. It is now played at the Serapong Course at the Sentosa Golf Club in Sentosa.


Tanah Merah Country Club in eastern Singapore

HSBC, a financial corporation, is the title sponsor of the tournament as well as several events on the PGA TOUR.

A complete list of HSBC Women’s World Championship winners follows:

Year Winner Country Score 
2024Hannah GreenAustralia275 (-13)
2023Jin Young Ko (2)South Korea271 (-17)
2022Jin Young KoSouth Korea271 (-17)
2021 Kim Hyo-joo South Korea 271 (-17) 
2020 COVID   
2019 Park Sung-hyun South Korea 273 (-15) 
2018 Michelle Wie United States 271 (-17) 
2017 Inbee Park (2) South Korea 269 (-19) 
2016 Jang Ha-Na South Korea 269 (-19) 
2015 Inbee Park South Korea 273 (-15) 
2014 Paula Creamer US 278 (-10) 
2013 Stacey Lewis US 273(-15) 
2012 Angela Stanford US 278 (-10) 
2011 Karrie Webb Australia 275 (-13) 
2010 Ai Miyazato Japan 278 (-10) 
2009 Jiyai Shin South Korea 277 (-11) 
2008 Lorena Ochoa Mexico 268 (-20) 

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