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2013 Women's British Open
The 2013 Ricoh Women's British Open
Women's British Open
was played 1–4 August at the Old Course at St Andrews
St Andrews
in St Andrews, Scotland. It was the 37th Women's British Open, and the 13th as a major championship on the LPGA Tour. It was the second Women's British Open
Women's British Open
at St Andrews, the first was six years earlier in 2007. ESPN
ESPN
televised the tournament in the United States and BBC Sport
BBC Sport
broadcast the event in the United Kingdom. Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
won her second major, two shots ahead of runners-up Na Yeon Choi and Hee Young Park. High winds on Saturday caused a suspension of play at mid-day until Sunday morning; the leaders played 36 holes on Sunday under clear skies and breezy conditions
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St Andrews
St Andrews
St Andrews
(Latin: S. Andrea(s);[2] Scots: Saunt Aundraes;[3] Scottish Gaelic: Cill Rìmhinn)[4] is a town on the east coast of Fife
Fife
in Scotland, 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Dundee
Dundee
and 30 miles (50 km) northeast of Edinburgh. The town is home to the University of St Andrews, the third oldest university in the English-speaking world
English-speaking world
and the oldest in Scotland.[5] According to some rankings, it is ranked as the third best university in the United Kingdom, behind Oxbridge.[6][7] The University is an integral part of the burgh and during term time students make up approximately one third of the town's population[citation needed]. St Andrews
St Andrews
has a population of 16,800 (in 2012).[8] The town is named after Saint Andrew the Apostle
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U.S. Women's Amateur
The U.S. Women's Amateur is the leading golf tournament in the United States for female amateur golfers. It is played annually and is one of the 13 United States
United States
national golf championships organized by the United States
United States
Golf
Golf
Association (USGA). Female amateurs from all nations are eligible to compete and there are no age restrictions. It was established in 1895, one month after the men's U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open. It is the third oldest USGA championship, over a half century older than the U.S. Women's Open, which was first played in 1946. Along with the British Ladies Amateur, the U.S. Women's Amateur is considered the highest honor in women's amateur golf.Contents1 Robert Cox Cup 2 Winners2.1 Multiple winners3 Notes 4 External linksRobert Cox Cup[edit] Since 1896 the Robert Cox Cup has been awarded annually by the USGA to the winner
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Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
(/ˈskɒtlənd/; Scots: [ˈskɔtlənd]; Scottish Gaelic: Alba
Alba
[ˈal̪ˠapə] ( listen)) is a country that is part of the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
and covers the northern third of the island of Great Britain.[16][17][18] It shares a border with England
England
to the south, and is otherwise surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, with the North Sea
North Sea
to the east and the North Channel and Irish Sea
Irish Sea
to the south-west. In addition to the mainland, the country is made up of more than 790 islands,[19] including the Northern Isles
Northern Isles
and the Hebrides. The Kingdom of Scotland
Kingdom of Scotland
emerged as an independent sovereign state in the Early Middle Ages
Early Middle Ages
and continued to exist until 1707
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Women's World Golf Rankings
The Women's World Golf
Golf
Rankings, also known for sponsorship reasons as the Rolex
Rolex
Rankings, were introduced in February 2006
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LPGA Of Japan Tour
The LPGA
LPGA
of Japan
Japan
Tour is a professional golf tour for women organised by the Ladies Professional Golfers' Association of Japan. It is the second richest women's golf tour in the world. The U.S.-based LPGA Tour is the most important women's tour, but the prize money gap has closed markedly since the American tour's total prize fund peaked at just over $60 million in 2008. While the Japan
Japan
Tour is the second-most lucrative women's tour, two other non-U.S
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KLPGA
The LPGA of Korea Tour is a South Korean professional golf tour for women. LPGA stands for Ladies Professional Golf Association; it is the independent LPGA of Korea which runs this tour, not the American LPGA. It is one of the world's five leading women's golf tours. In 2007 there were 25 events on the main tour, including one co-sanctioned by the LPGA Tour and one co-sanctioned by the Ladies Asian Tour, plus a Korea versus Japan team match at the end of the season
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Japan LPGA Tour Championship Ricoh Cup
Japan
Japan
LPGA Tour Championship Ricoh
Ricoh
Cup was historically the final event of golf's LPGA of Japan Tour season. It is usually played in November and in recent years at the Miyazaki Country Club, Miyazaki, Miyazaki. It was founded in 1979
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Manulife Financial LPGA Classic
The Manulife LPGA Classic was a women's professional golf tournament on the LPGA Tour. The 72-hole, full-field event was first played in June 2012 at the Grey Silo Golf Course in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.[1] The title sponsor was Manulife Financial, a global insurance company and financial services provider with headquarters in Toronto. At the inaugural event in 2012, Brittany Lang won her first LPGA title in a four-way sudden-death playoff
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ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters
The ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters is a golf tournament on the Ladies European Tour. It is played at the Golf Club Hubbelrath in Düsseldorf, Germany. The Ladies British Masters was first played at Mottram Hall in the North West of England in 2000 and 2001.[1] After a ten-year hiatus, it was re-established in 2012 at Buckinghamshire Golf Club near London, home to the Ladies European Tour’s headquarters. Held 16–18 August, it fell between the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics in London, 20 minutes away.[2] The tournament was renamed the Ladies European Masters in 2013 to signify its importance on the LET schedule, with ISPS Handa remaining the title sponsor.[3] Winners[edit]Year Venue Player Country Score To par Margin of victory Runner-up Purse (€) Winner's share (€) NoteISPS Handa Ladies European Masters2016 Golf Club Hubbelrath I.K
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British Ladies Amateur
The British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship was founded in 1893 by the Ladies' Golf Union
Ladies' Golf Union
(now merged into The R&A) of Great Britain. Until the dawn of the professional era in 1976, it was the most important golf tournament for women in Great Britain
Great Britain
and would eventually begin to draw golfers from continental Europe. Along with the United States
United States
Women's Amateur Golf Championship, it is considered the highest honor in women's amateur golf. A match play tournament with 18 holes per match, the first tournament was played at the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in Lytham St Annes in Lancashire, England
England
and was won by Lady Margaret Scott
Lady Margaret Scott
(who also won the following two years)
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International European Ladies Amateur Championship
The International European Ladies Amateur Championship
Championship
is an annual amateur golf tournament. It is organized by the European Golf Association and was first played in 1986. It is one of the "elite" tournaments in the World Amateur Golf
Golf
Ranking
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2011 Kraft Nabisco Championship
The 2011 Kraft Nabisco Championship was played at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California, from March 31 – April 3. This was the 40th edition of the Kraft Nabisco Championship and its 29th year as a women's major golf championship. Stacy Lewis shot 69 (−3) in the final round to win her first major, three strokes ahead of runner-up Yani Tseng, the defending champion, 54-hole leader, and number one player in the women's world rankings. It was also her first official victory on the LPGA Tour.[2] Lewis had the 36-hole lead at 135 (−9), but lost five strokes on Saturday to Tseng, who fired a 66 (−6) for 204 (−12) and a two-stroke lead entering the final round, and Lewis joined her in the final pairing.[3]Contents1 Past champions in the field1.1 Made the cut 1.2 Missed the cut2 Round summaries2.1 First round 2.2 Second round 2.3 Third round 2.4 Final round 2.5 Scorecard3 References 4 External linksPast champions in th
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Mark H. McCormack Medal
The Mark H. McCormack Medal is presented annually by The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews to the leading player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking after the last 'elite' event of the season. The award is named after World Golf Hall of Famer Mark McCormack, who was an avid supporter of golf and the founder of IMG.[1] In 2011, New Zealand's Lydia Ko
Lydia Ko
was awarded the first ever women's Mark H. McCormack Medal,[2] a trophy she retained in 2012[3] and 2013. Beginning in 2012, the previous year's men's winner receives an invitation to both the U.S. Open and The Open Championship
The Open Championship
provided he remains an amateur.[4][5]Contents1 Winners1.1 Men 1.2 Women2 ReferencesWinners[edit] Men[edit] The medal is awarded to the male player ranked number one in the World Amateur Golf Ranking the week after the U.S
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Catriona Matthew
Catriona Isobel Matthew (née Lambert) MBE (born 25 August 1969) is a Scottish professional golfer who plays mainly on the US-based LPGA Tour and is also a member of the Ladies European Tour.Contents1 Amateur career 2 Professional career 3 Personal life 4 Professional wins (11)4.1 LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
wins (4) 4.2 Ladies European Tour wins (6) 4.3 Other wins (2)5 Major championships5.1 Wins (1) 5.2 Results timeline 5.3 Summary6 LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
career summary 7 World ranking 8 Team appearances8.1 Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
record9 References 10 External linksAmateur career[edit] Catriona Lambert was born in Edinburgh, and grew up in North Berwick. She learned to play golf on the Children's Course and North Berwick West Links in the town. She had a successful junior and amateur career, becoming Scottish Girls champion in 1986 and Scottish Under-21 Stroke Play champion in 1988 and 1989
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Jiyai Shin
Jiyai Shin
Jiyai Shin
(Korean: 신지애 Shin Ji-ae, [ɕin dʑi.ɛː]; born 28 April 1988) is a former world No. 1 ranked South Korean professional golfer who primarily plays on the LPGA of Japan Tour as of the 2017 golf season. Shin previously played primarily on the LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
and the LPGA of Korea Tour (KLPGA). She has broken all existing K LPGA
LPGA
records, winning 10 events in 19 starts on the K LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
in 2007. In 2008, playing only 10 tournaments on the LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
as a non-member, she won three events, including the Women's British Open
Women's British Open
and the ADT Championship. She has been ranked No. 1 in the Women's World Golf Rankings for 25 weeks and was the first Asian to be ranked No
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