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LPGA Corning Classic

 

The LPGA Corning Classic was a golf tournament that had a 30-year run on the LPGA Tour, from the late 1970s until discontinuing just prior to 2010. The tournament was played in Corning, New York.

Penny Pulz was the first champion and Yani Tseng the last. In-between, many of the tour's stop stars won the tournament, but there were suprisingly few multiple winners. Betsy King won it twice, and Rosie Jones had back-to-back victories.

First played: 1979

Last played: 2009

Also known as: Always called the Corning Classic, given that was the name both of the host course and the host city.

2009 - Yani Tseng
2008 - Leta Lindley
2007 - Young Kim
2006 - Hee-Won Han
2005 - Jimin Kang
2004 - Annika Sorenstam
2003 - Juli Inkster
2002 - Laura Diaz
2001 - Carin Koch
2000 - Betsy King
1999 - Kelli Kuehne
1998 - Tammie Green
1997 - Rosie Jones
1996 - Rosie Jones
1995 - Alison Nicholas
1994 - Beth Daniel
1993 - Kelly Robbins
1992 - Colleen Walker
1991 - Betsy King
1990 - Pat Bradley
1989 - Ayako Okamoto
1988 - Sherri Turner
1987 - Cindy Rarick
1986 - Laurie Rinker
1985 - Patti Rizzo
1984 - JoAnne Carner
1983 - Patty Sheehan
1982 - Sandra Spuzich
1981 - Kathy Hite
1980 - Donna Caponi
1979 - Penny Pulz

Golf Courses: Always played at Corning Country Club in Corning, N.Y.

 

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