Indy Women in Tech Championship (LPGA Tour)

The Indy Women in Tech Championship was a tournament on the LPGA Tour played only three times. It was well-known during those three years for taking place on a golf course that featured several holes inside the world's most-famous auto racing track.

First played: 2017

Last played: 2019

The Indy Women in Tech Championship was played in Indianapolis on a golf course whose routing took it inside Indianapolis Motor Speedway, site of the Indianapolis 500. Four of the golf course's 18 holes were inside the race track, built on the track's infield.

The tournament's first playing in 2017 was shortened from 72 holes to 54 to allow golfers time to travel to France for the next week's Evian Championship. In 2018, the tournament had to change dates due to a conflict with a NASCAR race at the track.

The tournament ended following the 2019 event. ... The 18-hole tournament record of 62 was set by Lizette Salas in the first round in 2018. ... Just like winners of the Indianapolis 500, winners of the IWIT Championship celebrated with a bottle of milk. ... The tournament was named after an organization in Indianapolis that promoted the participation of girls and women in technology careers.

Winners of the Indy Women in Tech Championship

2017 — Lexi Thompson, 197
2018 — Sung-Hyun Park, 265
2019 — M.J. Hur, 267

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