|Dates||March 29 – April 1, 1990|
|Location||Rancho Mirage, California|
|Course(s)||Mission Hills Country Club|
(Dinah Shore Tourn. Course)
|Format||Stroke play – 72 holes|
|Length||6,441 yards (5,890 m)|
|Field||115 players, 74 after cut|
The 1990 Nabisco Dinah Shore was a women's professional golf tournament, held March 29 to April 1 at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California. This was the 19th edition of the Nabisco Dinah Shore, and the eighth as a major championship.
Betsy King won the second of her three Dinah Shores, two strokes ahead of runners-up Shirley Furlong and Kathy Postlewait. She began the final round with a five-shot lead, then carded a 75 (+3), with four bogeys on the last seven holes. It was the third of King's six major titles; she was the reigning U.S. Women's Open champion and repeated in July.
Past champions in the field
Made the cut
|Player||Country||Year(s) won||R1||R2||R3||R4||Total||To par||Finish|
|Betsy King||United States||1987||69||70||69||75||283||−5||1|
|Pat Bradley||United States||1986||74||73||69||73||289||+1||T9|
|Juli Inkster||United States||1984, 1989||70||75||74||71||290||+2||T11|
|Amy Alcott||United States||1983, 1988||72||73||75||76||296||+8||T34|
Missed the cut
|Player||Country||Year won||R1||R2||Total||To par|
|Alice Miller||United States||1985||76||81||157||+13|
Sunday, April 1, 1990
|Place||Player||Country||Score||To par||Money ($)|
|1||Betsy King||United States||69-70-69-75=283||−5||90,000|
|T2||Shirley Furlong||United States||74-73-70-68=285||−3||42,000|
|Kathy Postlewait||United States||73-72-68-72=285|
|4||Cindy Rarick||United States||72-72-72-70=286||−2||28,000|
|5||Colleen Walker||United States||74-72-67-74=287||−1||24,000|
|T6||Beth Daniel||United States||71-73-72-72=288||E||17,217|
|Rosie Jones||United States||72-71-71-74=288|
|T9||Pat Bradley||United States||74-73-69-73=289||+1||12,699|
|Meg Mallon||United States||74-72-70-73=289|
- "LPGA Dinah Shore". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. (Florida). April 2, 1990. p. 2C.
- Rubledo, Fred (March 31, 1990). "King bolts to a four-stroke lead". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). (Los Angeles Times). p. 3C.
- "King loses lead but not tourney". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). Associated Press. April 2, 1990. p. 3B.
- "King pushes lead to five shots". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). Associated Press. April 1, 1990. p. 3G.