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2019 Ladies European Tour

The 2019 Ladies European Tour is a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world, being played from January through November 2019. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET).

Schedule

The table below shows the 2019 schedule.[1] The numbers in brackets after the winners' names indicate the career wins on the Ladies European Tour, including that event, and is only shown for members of the tour.

Date Tournament Location Winner WWGR
points
Notes
10–12 Jan Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open United Arab Emirates England Charley Hull (2) 12
21–24 Feb Australian Ladies Classic Australia Norway Marianne Skarpnord (4) 10 Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
1–3 Mar ActewAGL Canberra Classic Australia Netherlands Anne van Dam (4) 10 Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
7–10 Mar Women's NSW Open Australia England Meghan MacLaren (2) 6 Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
14–16 Mar Investec South African Women's Open South Africa India Diksha Dagar (1) 6
4–6 Apr Jordan Mixed Open Jordan England Meghan MacLaren (n/c)
low woman
n/a Co-sanctioned with the Challenge Tour and European Senior Tour.
MacLaren was low woman of tournament.
25–28 Apr Lalla Meryem Cup Morocco Spain Nuria Iturrioz (2) 6
1–3 May Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic United Arab Emirates Spain Nuria Iturrioz (3) 6
16–19 May La Reserva de Sotogrande Invitational Spain France Céline Herbin (2) 6
24–26 May Jabra Ladies Open France England Annabel Dimmock (1) 6 Dual-ranking event with the LET Access Series
20–23 Jun Ladies European Thailand Championship Thailand Thailand Atthaya Thitikul (2, a) 6
25–28 Jul Evian Championship France South Korea Ko Jin-young (n/a) 100 Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
1–4 Aug AIG Women's British Open England Japan Hinako Shibuno (1) 100 Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
8–11 Aug Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open Scotland South Korea M. J. Hur (n/a) 31 Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
23–25 Aug Tipsports Czech Ladies Open Czech Republic Scotland Carly Booth (3) 6 Dual-ranking event with the LET Access Series
13–15 Sep The Solheim Cup Scotland Europe Europe n/a
19–22 Sep Lacoste Ladies Open de France France United States Nelly Korda (n/a) 14
26–29 Sep Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open Spain Spain Carlota Ciganda (4) 8
3–6 Oct Hero Women's Indian Open India Austria Christine Wolf (1) 6
28 Nov – 1 Dec Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open De España Femenino Spain
5–8 Dec Magical Kenya Ladies Open Kenya

See also

References

  1. ^ "More Excitement on the LET in 2019". Ladies European Tour. Retrieved 3 January 2019.

External links


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