Ladies / Women’s Scottish Open Open Winners and History

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 six players will compete for a purse of $2 million.

A list of Ladies Scottish Open Winners follows:

Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open
2022Dundonald LinksAyaka Furue267 (-21)3 strokes
2021Dumbarnie LinksRyann O’Toole271 (-17)3 strokes
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
Liked it? Take a second to support The Original Golf Blogger on Patreon!
Become a patron at Patreon!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: