2011 Ladies European Tour
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2011 Ladies European Tour

The 2011 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world which took place from February through December 2011. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET).

The tour featured 25 official money events, as well as the European Nations Cup and the Solheim Cup. Ai Miyazato won the Order of Merit with earnings of EUR363,080, despite only playing in two events. Caroline Hedwall won Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year honours, after finishing third in the Order of Merit and winning four events.


The table below shows the 2011 schedule. The numbers in brackets after the winners' names show the number of career wins they had on the Ladies European Tour up to and including that event. This is only shown for members of the tour.

Dates Tournament Host country Winner Notes
3-6 Feb ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open  Australia Taiwan Yani Tseng (n/a) Co-sanctioned by the ALPG Tour
10-13 Feb ANZ RACV Ladies Masters  Australia Taiwan Yani Tseng (n/a) Co-sanctioned by the ALPG Tour
17-20 Feb Pegasus New Zealand Women's Open  New Zealand Australia Kristie Smith (1) Co-sanctioned by the ALPG Tour
31 Mar - 3 Apr Lalla Meryem Cup  Morocco Slovakia Zuzana Kamasova (1)
14-17 Apr European Nations Cup  Spain Sweden Anna Nordqvist
Sophie Gustafson
Team event; unofficial prize money
5-8 May Turkish Airlines Ladies Open  Turkey Netherlands Christel Boeljon (1)
13-15 May ISPS Handa Portugal Ladies Open  Portugal South Africa Ashleigh Simon (2)
19-22 May UniCredit Ladies German Open  Germany Italy Diana Luna (4)
26-29 May Allianz Ladies Slovak Open  Slovakia Sweden Caroline Hedwall (1)
3-5 Jun Deloitte Ladies Open  Netherlands England Melissa Reid (2)
10-12 Jun Tenerife Ladies Match Play  Spain Wales Becky Brewerton Unofficial prize money
16-19 Jun Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open   Switzerland Italy Diana Luna (5)
1-3 Jul Finnair Masters  Finland Sweden Caroline Hedwall (2)
21-24 Jul Evian Masters  France Japan Ai Miyazato (2) Co-sanctioned by the LPGA Tour
28-31 Jul Ricoh Women's British Open  Scotland Taiwan Yani Tseng (n/a) Co-sanctioned by the LPGA Tour
5-7 Aug Ladies Irish Open  Ireland Norway Suzann Pettersen (5)
18-20 Aug Aberdeen Ladies Scottish Open  Scotland Scotland Catriona Matthew (4)
2-4 Sep UNIQA Ladies Golf Open  Austria Sweden Caroline Hedwall (3)
8-11 Sep Raiffeisenbank Prague Golf Masters  Czech Republic France Jade Schaeffer (2)
15-18 Sep Open De España Femenino  Spain England Melissa Reid (3)
23-25 Sep Solheim Cup  Ireland European Union Europe Team event; no prize money
29 Sep - 2 Oct Lacoste Ladies Open de France  France England Felicity Johnson (2)
7-9 Oct Sicilian Ladies Italian Open  Italy United States Christina Kim (1)
21-23 Oct Sanya Ladies Open  China Australia Frances Bondad (1) Co-sanctioned by the LAGT
28-30 Oct Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open  China Taiwan Yani Tseng (n/a) Co-sanctioned by the LAGT
9-11 Dec Hero Women's Indian Open  India Sweden Caroline Hedwall (4) Co-sanctioned by the LAGT
14-17 Dec Omega Dubai Ladies Masters  United Arab Emirates United States Lexi Thompson (n/a)

Major championships in bold.

Order of Merit rankings

Rank Player Country Earnings (EUR)
1 Ai Miyazato  Japan 363,080
2 Melissa Reid  England 286,578
3 Caroline Hedwall  Sweden 278,529
4 Diana Luna  Italy 223,405
5 Lee-Anne Pace  South Africa 209,444
6 Sophie Gustafson  Sweden 188,889
7 Caroline Masson  Germany 167,187
8 Christel Boeljon  Netherlands 161,172
9 Suzann Pettersen  Norway 142,087
10 In-Kyung Kim  South Korea 141,275

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