Yearly Leaders in LPGA Tour Driving Accuracy

Below are the yearly leaders in driving accuracy on the LPGA Tour, dating to 1992 when the tour first officially started tracking this stat. Driving accuracy is the percentage of times a golfer hits the fairway with her shot from the teeing ground.

The queen of LPGA driving accuracy is Mo Martin, who has, so far, led the tour in this statistic five times, including four consecutive years from 2013-16. Nancy Ramsbottom, in 1992, 1993 and 1994, is the only other golfer to lead three or more times.

The highest percentage of fairways hit to lead the tour so far is 89.9 by Martin in 2015; the lowest driving accuracy percentage to lead the tour so far is 78.4 by Paola Moreno in 2010.

LPGA Driving Accuracy Leaders, Annually

2018 — Mo Martin, 85.7% of fairways hit
2017 — Dana Finkelstein, 86.7%
2016 — Mo Martin, 86.0%
2015 — Mo Martin, 89.9%
2014 — Mo Martin, 86.0%
2013 — Mo Martin, 85.7%
2012 — Jiyai Shin, 84.5%
2011 — Paola Moreno, 89.3%
2010 — Paola Moreno, 78.4%
2009 — Mi Hyun Kim, 83.4%
2008 — Meena Lee, 79.8%
2007 — Yu Ping Lin, 81.0%
2006 — Won Lee and Tina Barrett, 83.3%
2005 — Tina Fischer, 83.8%
2004 — Seol-An Jeon, 83.6%
2003 — Becky Morgan, 83.4%
2002 — Yu Ping Lin, 82.6%
2001 — Donna Andrews, 85.1%
2000 — Amy Fruhwirth, 82.9%
1999 — Amy Fruhwirth, 83.8%
1998 — Pearl Sinn, 83.2%
1997 — Stephanie Brecht, 79.7%
1996 — Rosie Jones, 82.0%
1995 — Nancy Ramsbottom, 85.3%
1994 — Jody Anschutz, 83.0%
1993 — Nancy Ramsbottom, 83.1%
1992 — Nancy Ramsbottom, 79.7%

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