Ladies / Women’s Scottish Open Open Winners and History

Ladies Scottish Open Winners

The Ladies Scottish Open is not as old as you might think. The first Ladies Scottish Open was played in 1986, but was not a regular Ladies European Tour event until 2010. It became an LPGA sanctioned event in 2017.

The current sponsor is Trust Golf, a Thailand based company that focuses on indoor golf training centers.

Thanks to the co-sanctioning, it now enjoys the biggest purse on the LET, outside of the Majors. One hundred fifty -ix players will compete for a purse of $1.5 million.

A list of Ladies Scottish Open Winners follows:

Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open
2021Dumbarnie Links
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open (LPGA/LET Co-Sanctioned)
2020Renaissance ClubStacy Lewis279 (-5)playoff
2019Renaissance ClubM.J. Hur264 (-20)4 strokes
2018Gullane Golf ClubAriya Jutanugarn271 (-13)1 stroke
2017Dundonald LinksLee Mi-hyang281 (-6)1 stroke
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
2016Dundonald LinksIsabelle Boineau205 (−11)1 stroke
2015Dundonald LinksRebecca Artis210 (−6)2 strokes
2014Archerfield LinksTrish Johnson209 (−7)2 strokes
2013Archerfield LinksCatriona Matthew208 (−8)2 strokes
2012Archerfield LinksCarly Booth212 (−4)1 stroke
Aberdeen Ladies Scottish Open
2011Archerfield LinksCatriona Matthew201 (−15)10 strokes
Ladies Scottish Open
2010Archerfield LinksVirginie Lagoutte-Clément217 (+1)1 stroke
2009: No tournament
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
2008The CarrickGwladys Nocera208 (−5)2 strokes
De Vere Ladies Scottish Open
2007The CarrickSophie Gustafson210 (−3)5 strokes
1996–2006: No tournament
Payne & Gunter Scottish Open
1995DalmahoyAlison Nicholas272 (−16)1 stroke
The New Skoda Women’s Scottish Open
1994DalmahoyLaura Davies278 (−10)1 stroke
1989–93: No tournament
Bowring Ladies Scottish Open
1988CawderCatherine Panton293 (+1)1 stroke
1987CawderDale Reid285 (−3)Playoff
1986DalmahoyMeredith Marshall283 (−5)7 strokes
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