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List of golfers with most Ladies European Tour wins

This table lists players with 11 or more wins on the Ladies European Tour.[1] It does not include official wins on other professional tours, of which a few of the golfers listed, such as Laura Davies and Annika Sörenstam, have many.

Members of the World Golf Hall of Fame are annotated HoF.

The list is complete through 29 March 2015.

Rank Name Lifespan Country Wins Winning span
1 Laura Davies HoF 1963–  England 45 1985–2010
2 Dale Reid 1959–  Scotland 21 1980–1991
T3 Marie-Laure de Lorenzi 1961–  France 19 1987–1997
T3 Trish Johnson 1966–  England 19 1987–2014
5 Annika Sörenstam HoF 1970–  Sweden 17 1995–2008
6 Sophie Gustafson 1973–  Sweden 16 1996–2011
T7 Gwladys Nocera 1975–  France 14 2006–2015
T7 Catherine Panton-Lewis 1955–  Scotland 14 1979–1988
9 Corinne Dibnah 1962–  Australia 13 1986–1994
10 Alison Nicholas 1962–  England 12 1987–1996
T11 Liselotte Neumann 1966–  Sweden 11 1985–1995
T11 Helen Alfredsson 1965–  Sweden 11 1990–2008

"T" indicates tied for ranking position

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