Lewis Claims 2014 Rolex Player of the Year, Vare Trophy and Money List Awards
Lewis, earning three victories on the LPGA Tour in 2014, defended the Vare Trophy by finishing the season with a scoring average of 69.32. It was the closest competition ever on Tour for the season’s lowest scoring average with four players finishing with a sub-70 average, including Inbee Park (69.59), Michelle Wie (69.71) and So Yeon Ryu (69.95).
“Stacy had an awesome season this year, and we would not have expected any less,” said Chuck Couch, Vice President of Product Management, Golf Division for Mizuno USA, Inc. “Stacy is an amazing player who continues to demonstrate all the qualities of a world-class golfer and someone we’re very proud to support. We congratulate Stacy on the most successful year of her career.”
2014 marked the first time in Lewis’ career she earned the money title, earning $2,539,039, more than $300,000 above Inbee Park, and won the Rolex Player of the Year for the second time in three years.
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