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HSBC Women's Champions 2013


Thu Feb 28 2013, 8:00am
Fri Mar 1 2013, 8:00am
Sat Mar 2 2013, 8:00am
Sun Mar 3 2013, 8:00am

Where: Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Thursday/Friday: $20.00
  • Saturday/Sunday: $30.00
  • All days: $60.00
  • Additional fees may apply

An exciting new chapter awaits the HSBC Women’s Champions as the marquee women’s golf event finds itself a new home in 2013.

The US$1.4 million tournament, which has over the years attracted a stellar field that includes world No. 1 Yani Tseng and other big name golfers including Americans Michelle Wie and Paula Creamer, will be hosted on Sentosa Island for the first time in its history.

The only LPGA-sanctioned event to be held in Singapore, the 2013 edition will take place from Feb 28 to Mar 3 at The Serapong Course of the Sentosa Golf Club.

In what will be the sixth edition of this exciting and prestigious tournament hosted by HSBC in Singapore, golf fans will once again be able to enjoy the world’s best female golfers in action here in the Garden City.

The 72-hole invitation-only tournament, widely considered amongst the players as “Asia’s Major”, drew 49 of the top-50 players on the LPGA money-list in 2012 and has one of the most challenging qualification criteria of any golf event in the world. To be sure of their spot in the event, a player must either have won an LPGA tournament in the preceding year or finish that year in the top-20 in the Official Rolex Rankings.

American and five-time LPGA Tour winner Angela Stanford took home the winner's cheque of US$210,000 in 2012 following a hotly contested tournament that saw the American triumph in a four-way play-off against Korean teenager Jenny Shin, Korea's world No.2 Na Yeon Choi and China's Shanshan Feng. Past winners include a host of international stars and former world No. 1s in Lorena Ochoa (Mexico), Jiyai Shin (South Korea), Ai Miyazato (Japan) and Karrie Webb (Australia).