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The 2019 LPGA Tour is a series of professional golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world. The season began at the Four Season Golf Club in Lake Buena Vista, Florida on January 17 and ends on November 24 at the Tiburón Golf Club in Naples, Florida.[1] The tournaments are sanctioned by the United States-based Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA).

Schedule and resultsEdit

The number in parentheses after each winners' name is the player's total number of wins in official money individual events on the LPGA Tour, including that event. Tournament and winner names in bold indicate LPGA majors.

Key
Major championships
Regular events
Team championships
Date Tournament Location Winner WWGR
points
Purse ($) Winner's
share ($)
Jan 17–20 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions   Florida   Ji Eun-hee (5) 28 1,200,000 180,000
Feb 7–10 ISPS Handa Vic Open   Australia   Céline Boutier (1) 20.5 1,100,000 165,000
Feb 14–17 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open   Australia   Nelly Korda (2) 37 1,300,000 195,000
Feb 21–24 Honda LPGA Thailand   Thailand   Amy Yang (4) 62 1,600,000 240,000
Feb 28 – Mar 3 HSBC Women's World Championship   Singapore   Park Sung-hyun (6) 62 1,500,000 225,000
Mar 21–24 Bank of Hope Founders Cup   Arizona   Ko Jin-young (3) 62 1,500,000 225,000
Mar 28–31 Kia Classic   California   Nasa Hataoka (3) 62 1,800,000 270,000
Apr 4–7 ANA Inspiration   California   Ko Jin-young (4) 100 3,000,000 450,000
Apr 17–20 Lotte Championship   Hawaii   Brooke Henderson (8) 56 2,000,000 300,000
Apr 25–28 Hugel-Air Premia LA Open   California   Minjee Lee (5) 62 1,500,000 225,000
May 2–5 LPGA Mediheal Championship   California   Kim Sei-young (8) 56 1,800,000 270,000
May 23–26 Pure Silk Championship   Virginia   Bronte Law (1) 56 1,300,000 195,000
May 30 – Jun 2 U.S. Women's Open   South Carolina   Lee Jeong-eun (1) 100 5,500,000 1,000,000
Jun 7–9 ShopRite LPGA Classic   New Jersey   Lexi Thompson (11) 26 1,750,000 262,500
Jun 13–16 Meijer LPGA Classic   Michigan   Brooke Henderson (9) 50 2,000,000 300,000
Jun 20–23 KPMG Women's PGA Championship   Minnesota   Hannah Green (1) 100 3,850,000 577,500
Jun 28–30 Walmart NW Arkansas Championship   Arkansas   Park Sung-hyun (7) 62 2,000,000 300,000
Jul 4–7 Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic   Wisconsin   Shanshan Feng (10) 31 2,000,000 300,000
Jul 11–14 Marathon Classic   Ohio   Kim Sei-young (9) 24 1,750,000 262,500
Jul 17–20 Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational   Michigan   Cydney Clanton (1)
  Jasmine Suwannapura (2)
n/a 2,000,000 241,269
(each)
Jul 25–28 Evian Championship   France   Ko Jin-young (5) 100 4,100,000 615,000
Aug 1–4 AIG Women's British Open   England   Hinako Shibuno (1) 100 4,500,000 675,000
Aug 8–11 Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open   Scotland   M. J. Hur (3) 31 1,500,000 225,000
Aug 22–25 CP Women's Open   Ontario   Ko Jin-young (6) 62 2,250,000 337,500
Aug 29 – Sep 1 Cambia Portland Classic   Oregon   Hannah Green (2) 46 1,300,000 195,000
Sep 13–15 Solheim Cup   Scotland   Europe n/a n/a n/a
Sep 26–29 Indy Women in Tech Championship   Indiana   M. J. Hur (4) 50 2,000,000 300,000
Oct 3–6 Volunteers of America Classic   Texas   Cheyenne Knight (1) 37 1,300,000 195,000
Oct 17–20 Buick LPGA Shanghai   China   2,100,000 315,000
Oct 24–27 BMW Ladies Championship   South Korea   2,000,000 300,000
Oct 31 – Nov 3 Taiwan Swinging Skirts LPGA   Taiwan   2,200,000 330,000
Nov 8–10 Toto Japan Classic   Japan   1,500,000 225,000
Nov 21–24 CME Group Tour Championship   Florida   5,000,000 1,500,000

Statistical informationEdit

Key
Major championships
Regular events

Points leadersEdit

Rolex Player of the YearEdit

Points distribution

Points were earned based on top-10 finishers, available points for regular events were as follows:

Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Points 30 12 9 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Points are doubled at each of the LPGA's five major championships.

Rank Player Country Points
1 Ko Jin-young   South Korea 237
2 Lee Jeong-eun   South Korea 123
3 Park Sung-hyun   South Korea 117
4 Lexi Thompson   United States 104
5 Brooke Henderson   Canada 102
6 Hannah Green   Australia 91
7 Nelly Korda   United States 85
8 Kim Sei-young   South Korea 78
9 Kim Hyo-joo   South Korea 74
10 M. J. Hur   South Korea 71
10 Minjee Lee   Australia 71

Source and complete list: LPGA official website.

Race to CME GlobeEdit

Rank Player Country Events Season
points
Reset
points
Final
points
Total
points
1 Ko Jin-young   South Korea 18 3,988
2 Brooke Henderson   Canada 23 2,659
3 Lee Jeong-eun   South Korea 20 2,546
4 Park Sung-hyun   South Korea 18 2,438
5 Minjee Lee   Australia 21 2,325
6 Lexi Thompson   United States 19 2,176
7 Kim Sei-young   South Korea 21 2,025
8 Nelly Korda   United States 16 1,924
9 Ariya Jutanugarn   Thailand 24 1,784
10 M. J. Hur   South Korea 18 1,755

Source and complete list: LPGA official website.

Rolex First-Time WinnersEdit

Player Country Event Score Victory margin
Céline Boutier   France ISPS Handa Vic Open 69-71-69-72=281 (−8) 2 strokes
Cydney Clanton   United States Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational
(with Jasmine Suwannapura)
67-64-63-59=253 (−27) 6 strokes
Hannah Green   Australia KPMG Women's PGA Championship 68-69-70-72=279 (−9) 1 stroke
Cheyenne Knight   United States Volunteers of America Classic 66-67-67-66=266 (−18) 2 strokes
Bronte Law   England Pure Silk Championship 65-68-67-67=267 (−17) 2 strokes
Lee Jeong-eun   South Korea U.S. Women's Open 70-69-69-70=278 (−6) 2 strokes

Statistics leadersEdit

Money list leadersEdit

Rank Player Events Prize
money ($)
1   Ko Jin-young 18 2,632,412
2   Lee Jeong-eun 20 1,913,357
3   Park Sung-hyun 18 1,500,237
4   Lexi Thompson 19 1,404,576
5   Brooke Henderson 23 1,373,027
6   Minjee Lee 21 1,203,124
7   Ariya Jutanugarn 24 1,060,804
8   Kim Sei-young 21 1,050,011
9   Kim Hyo-joo 16 1,022,717
10   Nelly Korda 16 1,007,423

Source and complete list: LPGA official website.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2019 to Bring Record-Breaking Excitement, Innovation to the LPGA Tour". LPGA. December 6, 2018.