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LPGA Tour's Yearly Putting Leaders

 

Below are the yearly leaders in putting average (putts per round) on the LPGA Tour, dating to 1992 when the tour first officially started tracking this stat. This stat is an average of the number of putts golfers take during each 18-hole round.

So far, only one golfer had topped this statistical category three times: Vicki Goetze-Ackerman (2001, 2004, 2005).

The lowest putting average yet to lead the LPGA Tour is 26.13, recorded by Linda Wessberg in 2007.

2012 - Inbee Park, 28.34
2011 - Jessica Shepley, 28.2
2010 - Grace Park, 28.07
2009 - Inbee Park, 28.36
2008 - Mi Hyun Kim, 26.95
2007 - Linda Wessberg, 26.13
2006 - A.J. Eathorne, 27.97
2005 - Vicki Goetze-Ackerman, 28.54
2004 - Vicki Goetze-Ackerman, 28.75
2003 - Rosie Jones, 28.2
2002 - Rosie Jones, 28.64
2001 - Vicki Goetze-Ackerman, 28.65
2000 - Lisa D'Amore, 28.56
1999 - Stephanie Brecht, 28.54
1998 - Caroline McMillan, 28.74
1997 - Barb Bunkowsky Scherbak, 29.26
1996 - Liselotte Neumann, 29.27
1995 - Kay Cockerill, 29.57
1994 - Sharon Barrett, 29.0
1993 - Liselotte Neumann, 29.17
1992 - Ayako Okamoto, 29.1

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