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Women's Western Open

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The Women's Western Open was an American professional golf tournament which was first played in 1930. The LPGA was established in 1950, and it recognized the Western Open as one of its major championships until 1967. All of the events back to 1930 have been designated as majors by the LPGA. The tournament was organized by the Women's Western Golf Association. From 1930 to 1954, the tournament was played at match play. From 1955 to 1967, it was played as a 72-hole stroke play event.

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All of the winners were American.

Match play era

(a) - denotes amateur
PO - won in playoff

Multiple winners

This table lists the golfers who have won more than one Women’s Western Open as a major championship.

Winners by nationality

This table lists the total number of titles won by golfers of each nationality as a major.

References

Women's Western Open Wikipedia


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