Omega Dubai Ladies Masters Information

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The Dubai Ladies Masters, now renamed as the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, has showcased players of calibre and reputation of Annika Sorenstam, Laura Davies, Michelle Wie, In Kyung Kim, Karrie Webb, Catriona Matthew, Christina Kim and Natalia Gulbis, making it the most popular ladies golf event of Dubai's sporting calendar since its inception in 2006.

Promoted and organised by golf in DUBAi, the euro 500,000 tournament wore truly a global look with players from 27 countries represented in the 108-player field.

The tournament once again offered a great experience for spectators, sponsors and out-of-town guests wanting to see the best players in the world up close and personal. Dubai's continued passion for golf is unquestioned, and we, at golf in DUBAi,' welcome the backing of the golfing community as well as our loyal sponsors for what has already been established and for what we aim to achieve in the future.

Some facts and figures on the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters:

First played 2006
Most wins Annika Sorenstam, 2006, 2007
Youngest winner In Kyung Kim, 21 years, 182 days (2009)
Oldest winner: Annika Sorenstam, 37 years, 68 days (2007)
Best amateur Carlota Ciganda (Spain), 2007 (finished tied 18th on 287 (- 1)
Lowest 18 hole score 64 (- 8), Louise Stahle, 2007
Lowest first 18 hole score 64 (- 8), Louise Stahle, 2007
Lowest first 36 hole score 133 (- 11) Annika Sorenstam, 2006
Lowest first 54 hole score 201 (-15) Annika Sorenstam, 2006
Lowest 72 hole score 270 (- 18) Annika Sorenstam, 2006 and In Kyung Kim, 2009
Lowest under par winning score 270 (-18) Annika Sorenstam, 2006 and In Kyung Kim 2009
Lowest final round by a winner 68 (- 4) Anja Monke and In Kyung Kim
Largest 18-hole lead Three shots, Annika Sorenstam (2006) and Louise Stahle (2007)
Largest 36-hole lead Five shots, Annika Sorenstam, 2006
Largest 54 hole lead Seven shots, Annika Sorenstam, 2006
Largest winning margin Six shots, Annika Sorenstam, 2006
Biggest final round comeback by a winner One shot, Annika Sorenstam, 2007 Play-offs
Holes-in-one Tania Elosegui (Spain) on the seventh in 2009
Low cut 148 (+ 4), 2008 and 2009 High cut 152 (+8), 2007

2006 – Annika Sorenstam, 2007 – Annika Sorenstma, 2008 – Anja Monke
2009 – In Kyung Kim, 2010 – Iben Tinning

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