2022 - Jin Young Ko
2021 - Hyo Joo Kim
Hyo Joo Kim closed with a bogey-free 64 to take the 2022 HSBC Women’s World Championship in a nail-biting finish. Recording her lowest 18 holes since the 2019 Amundi Evian Championship, Kim cemented her fourth career LPGA Tour victory.
2019 - Sung Hyun Park
Sung Hyun Park shot the lowest round of the tournament with an eight-under-par final round to claim a two-shot victory over second place Minjee Lee. The win re-established Park at the top of the Rolex World Rankings. Following victory in Singapore, she went on to clinch the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G in June and has achieved a total of seven top-10 finishes in 2019 to date.
2018 - Michelle Wie
Michelle Wie, who had not won since her US Open victory of 2014, came back from five shots back to hand in 65 which left her at seventeen under par and one ahead of Jenny Shin, Nelly Korda, Danielle Kang and Brooke Henderson. Wie’s massive 35 foot putt on the 18th green is what separated her from the pack and gave fans the iconic fist pump to be recorded in LPGA history forever.
2017 - Inbee Park
Inbee Park became the only player to capture the title at HSBC Women’s Champions for a second time. Starting off the day three shots off the lead and lying in a share of fourth place, the Olympic champion putted her way up through the field with eight birdies in ten holes and nine overall. Inbee turned in a score of 19 under to clinch the title one ahead of Ariya Jutanugarn.
2016 - Ha Na Jang
Ha Na Jang won with a commanding four-shot win over Thailand’s Pornanong Phatlum to become the third South Korean to hold the prestigious trophy. A front runner since day two, Jang saved her best for last, carding a 7-under par 65 in round four to finish with a total of 269 at 19- under. Eagling the final hole of the tournament underlined why she was the one to watch all week.
2015 - Inbee Park
Inbee Park, the then World No. 2, won by two shots over then Wolrd No. 1 Lydia Ko to take home the title at HSBC WOmen’s Champions. In a week that included 15 birdies and no bogeys, Park added ‘Asia’s Major’ to her five other wins. Both she and Ko made birdies at the seventh to stay locked at 14- under par making for an exciting wire-to-wire match for fans. Ko eventually dropped back to 13 under leaving room for Inbee to forge ahead for the victory.
2014 - Paula Creamer
Paula Creamer won the HSBC Women’s Champions by holing a sensational 75 foot putt at the second extra hole to finish ahead of Azahara Munoz. Her first win since her 2010 US Open Victory and the 10 win of her LPGA career was met with a rising roar from the crowd.
2013 - Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis overcame two bogeys and some shaky putting on the back nine to hold off South Korea’s Na Yeon Choi. The 2012 LPGA Player of the Year, shot 1-under 71 in the final round to finish at 15- under 273, one stroke ahead of Choi. Lewis started the day tied with Choi atop the leaderboard but was able to gain some distance with an eagle on the par-5 7th hole.
2012 - Angela Stanford
Angela Stanford won the HSBC Women’s Champions on the third playoff hole, her first victory since 2009 and her fifth win on the LPGA Tour. Stanford parred the last playoff hole to keep Jenny Shin, Na Yeon Choi and Shanshan Feng at bay.
2011 - Karrie Webb
Karrie Webb finished with a total of 13-under of 275 at the par-72 Tanah Merah Country Club Course. Webb managed to overcome an overnight one-shot deficit to win the tournament by one stroke over Chie Arimura of Japan. It was Webb’s 37th tournament victory on the LPGA Tour but her first since March 2009.
2010 - Ai Miyazato
Ai Miyazato took home the title at HSBC Women’s Champions after defeating Cristie Kerr by two strokes. Miyazato also became the first player in 44 years to open an LPGA Tour season with two consecutive wins after also claiming the Honda PTT LPGA Thailand the week before.
2009 - Jiyai Shin
Jiyai Shin birdied her first four holes and went on to shoot another two birdies on the back nine in the fourth round to seal her victory at HSBC Women’s Champions. She shot a final round 66 to finish the tournament at 11-under 277, two shots ahead of Australia’s Katherine Hull. Living up to her nickname ‘Final Round Queen’, a moniker her fans gave her after regularly coming from behind to win, the victory brought Shin’s LPGA Tour wins to a total of 4.
2008 - Lorena Ochoa
Lorena Ochoa won the inaugural HSBC Women’s Champions with a runaway victory. Closing with a 4- under 68 to leave Annika Sorenstam 11 strokes behind. Ochoa finished at 20-under 68 on Tanah Merah’s Garden Course and added win number 18 to her total of LPGA Tour victories.