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Women's World Cup of Golf

Annika Sörenstam won the title once representing Sweden.

The Women's World Cup of Golf was a professional golf tournament contested by teams of two female golfers representing their respective countries.

The tournament was played annually between 2005 and 2008 in South Africa. The purse in the final year was US$1.4 million. The field consisted of twenty-two teams and each qualifying country could field one team. It was held in January or February, at the beginning of the season for the world's dominant professional tour, the U.S. LPGA Tour, and of other major tours such as those in Japan and Europe.


  • Winners 1
  • Performance by nation 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4


Year Dates Country Team Runners-up Third-place
2008 Jan 18–20  Philippines Jennifer Rosales & Dorothy Delasin Ji-Yai Shin & Eun-Hee Ji Miki Saiki & Shinobu Moromizato
Amy Hung & Yun-Jye Wei
2007 Jan 19–21  Paraguay Julieta Granada & Celeste Troche Pat Hurst & Juli Inkster Young Kim & Ji-Yai Shin
2006 Jan 20–22  Sweden Annika Sörenstam & Liselotte Neumann Catriona Matthew & Janice Moodie Becky Morgan
2005 Feb 11–13  Japan Ai Miyazato & Rui Kitada Jang Jeong & Bo Bae Song
Jennifer Rosales & Dorothy Delasin

Performance by nation

Team Champions Runners-up Third-place
 Philippines 1 1 0
 Japan 1 0 1
 Paraguay 1 0 0
 Sweden 1 0 0
 South Korea 0 2 1
 Scotland 0 1 0
 United States 0 1 0
 Taiwan 0 0 1
 Wales 0 0 1

See also

External links

  • LPGA official microsite

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