Formally the Duramed Futures Golf Tour, and called The Official Developmental Tour of the LPGA. Now it is the LPGA Futures Tour.
The tour was initially known as the Tampa Bay Mini Tour in 1981 when founded by Eloise Trainor and the name later changed in 1984. It has grown over the years to now be the second largest women's golf tour spanning 6 continents, with more than 300 players from 29 countries. 2004 featured 18 tournaments and a total purse of $1.2 million.
Note: Profile player pictures courtesy of the FUTURES Tour
Name changed from "US Women's FUTURES Golf Tour" to "Duramed FUTURES Tour"
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