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1992 LPGA Championship

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Dates  May 14–17, 1992
Course(s)  Bethesda Country Club
Format  Stroke play - 72 holes
Location  Bethesda, Maryland
Tour(s)  LPGA Tour
Par  71
1992 LPGA Championship

The 1992 LPGA Championship was the 38th LPGA Championship, played May 14–17 at Bethesda Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb northwest of Washington, D.C.

Betsy King won the fifth of her six major titles, eleven strokes ahead of runners-up JoAnne Carner, Liselotte Neumann, and Karen Noble. She led by five strokes after 54 holes, and her victory margin was the largest to date, passing Patty Sheehan's ten-stroke win in 1984, and it stood until 2010. King was the first to card all four rounds in the sixties in an LPGA major; it was her only win at the LPGA Championship.

This was the third of four consecutive LPGA Championships at Bethesda Country Club.

Final leaderboard

Sunday, May 17, 1992



1992 LPGA Championship Wikipedia

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