ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex
Tournament Schedule of Events Invitation List Field Tee Times Leaderboard
Past Champions
Past Champions
Girls Champions
Benedetta Moresco
2020
Caldogno, Vicenza, Italy
71-70-71--212
Ingrid Lindblad
2019
Halmstad, Sweden*
73-70-71--214
Angelina Ye
2018
Bradenton, Florida
73-70-71--214
Brooke Seay
2017
Rancho Santa Fe, California**
69-71-70--210
Jaravee Boonchant
2016
(Thailand) Bradenton, Fla.
75-70-65--210
Angel Yin
2015
Arcadia, California
70-68-66--204
Bethany Wu
2014
Diamond Bar, California
68-68-71--207
Bethany Wu
2013
Diamond Bar, California
68-71-67--206
Alison Lee
2012
Valencia, California
71-71-71-213
Céline Boutier
2011
Montrouge, France
71-66-76--213
Victoria Tanco
2010
Bradenton, Fla
73-66-72--211
Simin Feng
2009
Orlando, Fla.
72-75-73--220
Tournament History
Tournament History
2020
ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex
World Golf Village - Slammer and Squire Course
St. Augustine, FL
2019
ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex
World Golf Village - Slammer and Squire Course
St. Augustine, FL
2018
ANNIKA Invitational USA presented by Rolex
World Golf Village - Slammer and Squire Course
St. Augustine, FL
2017
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2016
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2015
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2014
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2013
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2012
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2011
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2010
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
2009
ANNIKA Invitational
Reunion Resort - Watson Course
Kissimmee, FL
Tournament Records
Tournament Records
Girls Division Records
Low Round Score
2016
Jaravee Boonchant
65
Low 54 Hole Total
2015
Angel Yin
204

Notes:
* Ingrid Linblad became the first Swedish-born player to win the event by three-way playoff. She made par on the first hole to defeat Kaiyuree Moodley of Johannesburg, South Africa, and Jensen Castle of West Columbia, South Carolina
** Seay sunk a 30-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to top Sweden’s Amanda Linner on No. 18 on the Watson Course in 2017

  • In 2015, Angel Yin won by eight strokes, tying the 18-hole scoring record at the time and earning her first AJGA win (and invitational win)
  • Bethany Wu is the only back-to-back champion, and decisively set the tournament scoring record in 2013 when she won her first invitational.