Ladies Scottish Open
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Ladies Scottish Open
Ladies Scottish Open
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Tournament information
LocationNorth Berwick, Scotland
Course(s)Renaissance Club (2019)
Par71 (in 2019)
Length6,313 yards (5,773 m)
(in 2019)
Tour(s)Ladies European Tour
LPGA Tour (2017)
FormatStroke play - 72 holes
(54 holes; 2007-2016)
Prize fund$1.5 million
EUR1.3 million (est.)
Month playedAugust
Current champion
South Korea M. J. Hur
Renaissance is located in Scotland
Location in Scotland
Renaissance is located in East Lothian
Location in North Berwick

The Ladies Scottish Open is a women's professional golf tournament in Scotland on the Ladies European Tour (LET). First played in 1986, it became a regular fixture on the tour schedule in 2010.

Since 2017 it has been co-sanctioned by the LPGA Tour and played in late July, the week prior to the Women's British Open. A 54-hole event from 2007 through 2016, it returned to a 72-hole event.


Co-sanctioned by Ladies European Tour and LPGA Tour
Year Venue Winner Country Score Margin
of victory
Runners-up Winner's
share ($)
Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open
2019 Renaissance Club M. J. Hur  South Korea 264 (-20) 4 strokes Thailand Moriya Jutanugarn
South Korea Lee Jeong-eun
2018 Gullane Golf Club Ariya Jutanugarn  Thailand 271 (-13) 1 stroke Australia Minjee Lee 225,000
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
2017 Dundonald Links Lee Mi-hyang  South Korea 282 (-6) 1 stroke South Korea Mi Jung Hur
Australia Karrie Webb
On Ladies European Tour
Year Venue Winner Country Score Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up Winner's
share (EUR)
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
2016 Dundonald Links Isabelle Boineau  France 205 (-11) 1 stroke Sweden Linda Wessberg 75,000
2015 Rebecca Artis  Australia 210 (-6) 2 strokes Norway Suzann Pettersen 75,000
2014 Archerfield Links
Fidra Course
Trish Johnson  England 209 (-7) 2 strokes France Gwladys Nocera 38,654
2013 Catriona Matthew  Scotland 208 (-8) 2 strokes England Hannah Burke 31,537
2012 Carly Booth  Scotland 212 (-4) 1 stroke Australia Frances Bondad
England Florentyna Parker
Aberdeen Ladies Scottish Open
2011 Archerfield Links
Fidra Course
Catriona Matthew  Scotland 201 (-15) 10 strokes United States Hannah Jun 33,000
Ladies Scottish Open
2010 Archerfield Links
Fidra Course
Virginie Lagoutte-Clément  France 217 (+1) 1 stroke England Trish Johnson
South Africa Lee-Anne Pace
England Sophie Walker
2009: No tournament
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open
2008 The Carrick Golf Course Gwladys Nocera  France 208 (-5) 2 strokes Sweden Maria Boden 30,000
De Vere Ladies Scottish Open
2007 The Carrick Golf Course Sophie Gustafson  Sweden 210 (-3) 5 strokes England Danielle Masters
Sweden Sofia Renell
England Kirsty Taylor
1996-2006: No tournament
Payne & Gunter Scottish Open
1995 Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club Alison Nicholas  England 272 (-16) 1 stroke France Patricia Meunier £11,250
The New Skoda Women's Scottish Open
1994 Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club Laura Davies  England 278 (-10) 1 stroke Denmark Karina Orum £11,250
1989-93: No tournament
Bowring Ladies Scottish Open
1988 Cawder Golf Club Catherine Panton  Scotland 293 (+1) 1 stroke England Debbie Dowling
Northern Ireland Maureen Garner
England Alison Nicholas
1987 Dale Reid[1]  Scotland 285 (-3) Playoff England Laura Davies £4,500
1986 Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club Meredith Marshall[2]  United States 283 (-5) 7 strokes England Laura Davies £4,500


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