2018 Ladies European Tour

The 2018 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world, which took place from 1 February to 25 November. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET).

Schedule[]

The table below shows the 2018 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
1–4 Feb Oates Victorian Open Australia Australia Minjee Lee (1) 15 Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
9–11 Feb ActewAGL Canberra Classic Australia South Korea Jiyai Shin (n/a) 16.5 Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
22–25 Feb Australian Ladies Classic Australia France Céline Boutier (2) 8 Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
1–4 Mar Women's NSW Open Australia England Meghan MacLaren (1) 6 Co-sanctioned with the ALPG Tour
8–10 Mar Investec South African Women's Open South Africa South Africa Ashleigh Buhai (2) 6
19–22 Apr Lalla Meryem Cup Morocco Sweden Jenny Haglund (1) 6
31 May – 2 Jun Jabra Ladies Open France France Astrid Vayson de Pradenne (1) 6 Dual-ranking event with the LET Access Series
21–24 Jun Ladies European Thailand Championship Thailand Thailand Kanyalak Preedasuttijit (1) 6
26–29 Jul Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open Scotland Thailand Ariya Jutanugarn (3) 46 Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
2–5 Aug Ricoh Women's British Open England England Georgia Hall (1) 100 Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
6–9 Sep Lacoste Ladies Open de France France Sweden Caroline Hedwall (6) 8
13–16 Sep Evian Championship France United States Angela Stanford (n/a) 100 Co-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour
20–23 Sep Estrella Damm Ladies Open Spain Netherlands Anne van Dam (2) 16
18–21 Oct Hero Women's Indian Open India Wales Becky Morgan (1) 6
22–25 Nov Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open De España Femenino Spain Netherlands Anne van Dam (3) 12

Order of Merit rankings[]

Rank Player Country Points
1 Georgia Hall  England 667.73
2 Anne van Dam  Netherlands 518.18
3 Caroline Hedwall  Sweden 453.35
4 Jenny Haglund  Sweden 426.10
5 Sarah Kemp  Australia 354.71
6 Christine Wolf  Austria 281.44
7 Olivia Cowan  Germany 248.15
8 Karolin Lampert  Germany 241.08
9 Klára Spilková  Czech Republic 198.24
10 Céline Boutier  France 193.17

Source:[2]

See also[]

References[]

  1. ^ "Australian swing to kick off 2018 on Ladies European Tour". Ladies European Tour. Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Order of Merit – 2018 Season". Ladies European Tour.

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