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Kyocera Inamori Classic

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Kyocera Inamori Classic

The Kyocera Inamori Classic was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour from 1980 to 1993.[1][2] It was played at several different courses in California, mostly in the San Diego area.

Jane Blalock's streak of 299 consecutive cuts made, an all-time LPGA Tour record,[3] ended at the 1980 Inamori Golf Classic when she shot rounds of 78 and 76.[4]

Tournament locations

Years Venue Location
1980-82 Almaden Golf & Country Club San Jose, California
1983 Torrey Pines Golf Course San Diego, California
1985 Fairbanks Ranch Country Club San Diego, California
1985-86 Bernardo Heights Country Club San Diego, California
1987-92 StoneRidge Country Club Poway, California
1993 Stardust Country Club San Diego, California

Winners

Kyocera Inamori Classic
Inamori Classic
Red Robin Kyocera Inamori Classic
San Diego Inamori Golf Classic
Kyocera Inamori Golf Classic
Kyocera Inamori Classic
Inamori Classic
Inamori Golf Classic

References

  1. ^ LPGA Tournament Chronology 1980-1989
  2. ^ LPGA Tournament Chronology 1990-1999
  3. ^ Jane Blalock
  4. ^ Jane Blalock 1980 Golf results at Golfobserver.com


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