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Round 4 - Mi Hyang Lee wins Scottish Open

July 30, 2017
Mi Hyang Lee of Korea with her trophy. Credit: Tristan Jones.

Mi Hyang Lee of South Korea shot a six-under-par 66 in fine and breezy conditions to win the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open by a stroke from Australian Karrie Webb and compatriot Mi Jung Hur on a dramatic final day at Dundonald Links in North Ayrshire.

The 24-year-old world number 49, from Incheon, wasted little time as she made six birdies against a bogey in her first nine holes to catch the experienced overnight co-leader Webb, before closing with a birdie on 18 for a 72-hole total of 282, six-under-par.

While Hur set the clubhouse target with her own 66, Webb was two strokes ahead of the chasing pack after chipping in for eagle on the long 14th, but then sensationally dropped three strokes in two holes.

The Hall of Famer uncharacteristically three-putted 16 and then hit her tee shot into a deep pot bunker on the 17th fairway, from where she had to play out backwards, only to find another bunker with her third shot, running up a costly double bogey.

Webb needed to hole a greenside bunker shot for eagle on the final hole to force a play-off, but made an up and down for birdie and a final round of 73.

Lee looked totally shocked as she was told that she had won her third professional title, following the LET’s New Zealand Women’s Open and the LPGA’s Mizuno Classic in 2014.

She said afterwards: “It was really a surprise for me. My front nine was amazing, and then I think I got a good start from my first hole.

“The first and second round, I hit it really good, but just I missed a lot of putts, so I tried to practice my putting with the wind.”

Webb was extremely disappointed as she thought she had hit the perfect tee shot on 17, but it had kicked into the fairway bunker.

“I absolutely knotted my 3-wood exactly how I wanted and my caddie said it kicked into the bunker. I have no idea how it did that,” she said afterwards.

Carlota Ciganda and Cristie Kerr were also in contention up until the final hole, but ended in a tie for fourth place after final rounds of 70 and 72 respectively.

“I played enough birdies to be up there. I made a few bogeys, a bogey on 10 and 11. Those two were tough, the same as yesterday. Overall, I’m happy. I played solid this week and I think I’m ready for next week,” said Ciganda, ahead of the Ricoh Women’s British Open.

South Korean pair Sun Young Yoo and Sei Young Kim tied for sixth place, with Minjee Lee a stroke further back in eighth place. European Solheim Cup rankings leader Georgia Hall came home in 31 to tie for ninth place with Caroline Masson and In-Kyung Kim.

The three Ladies European Tour Members who qualified for the season’s fourth women’s Major championship at Kingsbarns were Lina Boqvist, Olafia Kristinsdottir and Becky Morgan, who edged Katie Burnett with a better back nine score, both players having shot a final round of 69 to tie for 33rd position. Jessica Karlsson dropped three shots in her last two holes to miss her spot in the season’s fourth Major and will now head to Final Qualifying looking to seal one of the 22 spots available at The Castle Course, St Andrews, tomorrow.

Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 Mi.Hyang LEE 73 75 68 66 -6 282 € 192,210.75
T2 Mi Jung HUR 74 71 72 66 -5 283 € 96,105.38
T2 Karrie WEBB 65 75 70 73 -5 283 € 96,105.38

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Round 3 - Kim and Webb battle wind and rain for shared lead

July 29, 2017
Karrie Webb of Australia tees off on the 11th hole during the first round. Credit: Tristan Jones.

Sei Young Kim and Karrie Webb played through sideways rain and 30mph winds to share the lead at six-under-par heading into the final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.

Kim and Webb shot rounds of 69 and 70 at Dundonald Links on Saturday to hold a two-stroke lead over the halfway leader Cristie Kerr. Carlota Ciganda and Sun Young Yoo are two strokes further back.

Webb made back to back birdies on the second and third holes to regain the lead she had held after her opening round, of 65. The 42-year-old Australian then extended her advantage with a birdie at the seventh and held a one stroke lead after an outward total of 33, three-under-par.

The Hall of Famer, who is now in her 23rd season as a professional, made two bogeys and some sensational saves on the back nine, before she and Kim showed their mettle as they birdied the 17th in a torrential rainstorm.

Coming down the par-5 18th, Kim hit a beautiful second shot up to 10 feet from the hole and faced an eagle putt to move one-stroke ahead, but the wind buffeted her ball and it ended just left of the hole.

Speaking after her round, the 24-year-old world number 11 from Seoul seemed thrilled. Kim said: “I’ve never played before in this weather. It was a really great experience. It’s rare to play with veteran players, like Cristie Kerr and Karrie Webb: they are really great players. It was really tough to focus on each shot, but I kept focused for a few seconds.”

Webb was pleased with the way she battled in the conditions. “I felt very comfortable out there early on and got off to a good start, so that settled any nerves. I really just hung in there on the back nine. I actually got a couple of good breaks when it was raining. I made some good up and downs as well.”

Kerr, who signed for a 73, gave up on using an umbrella in the end, as she was completely soaked. She said after her round: “I played a lot better than the score. I had two three-putts on the back nine, which were kind of uncharacteristic. I’ve just got to do better.”

With Ciganda only four shots from the lead, there is now the scintillating possibility of a Spanish double, following Rafa Cabrera Bello’s win in the men’s Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open a fortnight ago.

Ciganda said: “I’ve been playing good the last week, so I’m trying to stay patient and stick to my plan. I’m having a good time out there with my caddie, Terry (MacNamara). I’m learning a lot and he’s teaching me so many things. I still have lots to learn, but I’m having fun and I’ll try my best tomorrow.”

Another potential Solheim Cup player in the hunt is Georgia Hall, who shares sixth place with Olafia Kristinsdottir and Mi Hyang Lee on level par.

Hall, who carded a 72, said: “It was windier than the first two days, and I didn’t think it could get any windier. It was probably a four-club wind and then the back nine, it was less windy but then the rain started.

“I think I may need a couple under, a few under, to be in with a chance tomorrow, which if you hole the putts, is definitely possible. I think the key is hitting fairways and being on the greens in regulation. Birdie is really rare to get, especially out here, a birdie feels like an eagle.”

The final round is set to be another classic test of links golf, with sunny skies expected in the morning, followed by cloudier skies and slightly less wind than Saturday.

Of the leading three players, all have extremely impressive records. Karrie Webb has held at least a share of the 54-hole lead 37 times in her career, converting 26 into victories for a 70.3% record.

The last time Webb held a lead after 54-holes was the 2014 HSBC Women’s Champions where she finished third.

Sei Young Kim has held the 54-lead three times winning the last two, at the 2015 LOTTE Championship and the 2015 Blue Bay LPGA.

Webb has gone 71 events since her last win on the LPGA Tour at the 2014 Founders Cup while Kim won earlier this year at the Lorena Ochoa Matchplay.

The final group of Webb (41), Kim (6) and Cristie Kerr (19) have combined for 66 LPGA career wins in total.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Sei Young KIM
-6
69
72
69
210
T1
Karrie WEBB
-6
65
75
70
210
3
Cristie KERR
-4
66
73
73
212
T4
Carlota CIGANDA
-2
71
73
70
214
T4
Sun Young YOO
-2
72
69
73
214
T6
Mi Hyang LEE
E
73
75
68
216
T6
Georgia HALL
E
71
73
72
216
T6
Olafia KRISTINSDOTTIR
E
73
70
73
216
T9
Mi Jung HUR
1
74
71
72
217
T9
Cydney CLANTON
1
72
73
72
217
T9
Minjee LEE
1
74
70
73
217

Round 2 - Kerr grabs slim lead in Scottish Open

July 28, 2017
Cristie Kerr of the USA during the second round. Credit: Tristan Jones.

United States veteran Cristie Kerr produced three birdies in her last six holes for a second round of 73 to hold a slender one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.

The 39-year-old from Florida carded a double bogey at the long fifth and dropped shots at the short sixth and 11th in a near gale at Dundonald Links on Friday, but then fought back with birdies on the 13th, 14th and 17th to move ahead at five-under-par.

Australian Karrie Webb lies in second after a 75, while South Korean pair Sei Young Kim and Sun Young Yoo fired rounds of 72 and 69 respectively to sit a shot further back at three-under-par.

Kerr, who claimed her 19th LPGA title at the LOTTE Championship in Hawaii in April, said: “It was tough. I hit it so well yesterday, and I mean, that shows you the difference. I didn’t hit it that great today but I still managed. My caddie and I managed the golf course well, and we made the recovery shots when we needed to. I’m trying not to get ahead of myself in this weather.”

Thailand’s Pornanong Phatlum carded a 73 to lie in fifth position on two-under, while Iceland’s Olafia Kristinsdottir recorded a 70 to sit in sixth place in the co-sanctioned LET and LPGA event, which is being played at the same venue as the men’s Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open a fortnight ago.

Kristinsdottir, who held the lead at the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open as an LET rookie in 2016, said that she was motivated by the prospect of gaining an exemption into next week’s Ricoh Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns, either as the winner, or as one of the top three Ladies European Tour Members not otherwise exempt.

“I unfortunately didn’t fulfil the criteria to do the Monday qualifier, so this is my only shot,” said Kristinsdottir, whose Scottish coach, Derrick Moore, gave her some tips for playing links golf.

“You’ve just got to accept what you get, and I’ve had a lot of experience in bad weather in Iceland, so it’s definitely helpful,” she added.

Long-hitting Frenchwoman Joanna Klatten shot the round of the day – a four-under-par 68 – which included an eagle, four birdies and two bogeys – to climb 78 places into a tie for seventh alongside Georgia Hall, Minjee Lee and Carlota Ciganda.

The 2012 Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open champion Carly Booth, who is already exempt into next week’s Major, delighted her home fans with a two-under-par 70 on Friday to share 11th spot with 12 other players.

The world number one, So Yeon Ryu, shot a second-round of 77 to make the cut, but Isabelle Boineau’s tenure as champion ended with a 75, for a 36-hole total of seven-over, which was two strokes too many to play at the weekend.

Pos. Player To Par R1 R2 Total
1 Cristie KERR -5 66 73 139
2 Karrie WEBB -4 65 75 140
T3 Sei Young KIM -3 69 72 141
T3 Sun Young YOO -3 72 69 141
5 Pornanong PHATLUM -2 69 73 142
6 Olafia KRISTINSDOTTIR -1 73 70 143
T7 Joanna KLATTEN E 76 68 144
T7 Georgia HALL E 71 73 144
T7 Minjee LEE E 74 70 144
T7 Carlota CIGANDA E 71 73 144

Round 1 - Karrie Webb takes one stroke lead in Scotland

July 27, 2017
Karrie Webb of Australia during the first round. Credit: Tristan Jones.

Australian Karrie Webb defied blustery conditions to conjure a stunning 65 for a one stroke lead on the opening day of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.

The 42-year-old from Ayr in Queensland sprinted in with six birdies – including five in a row from the 11th – for a back-nine total of 30 at Dundonald Links in North Ayrshire.

Webb is a stroke ahead of fellow former world number one Cristie Kerr from the United States, who shot a 66 in winds gusting up to 25mph in the morning. The veteran pair have 60 LPGA wins and two Major championship titles between them, while four more experienced competitors are lined up behind them on three-under-par.

Olympic gold medallist Inbee Park, Stacy Lewis, Sei Young Kim and Pornanong Phatlum all made light of the tough conditions, while Ladies European Tour players Kylie Henry and Michele Thomson lead the field’s nine Scottish players, with one-over 73s.

Most were left astonished by Webb’s magnificent performance, after the Hall of Famer produced some precision iron-play to set up eight birdies in total.

She birdied the second and then made a solitary bogey on the third, before picking up a shot at the ninth hole. After a run of five birdies on the back nine, she made another at the last hole to move one ahead of the field.

“I sort of really hung in there through the front nine and made a nice birdie on nine to turn at one-under, and then just really started swinging at it well and hitting it quite close and had some good birdie chances and made the most of them,” she said afterwards.

“I did start to hit some good shots, and I just kept telling myself to just keep going. When you make a few birdies, not to just go into the mode of holding on. I felt like I was swinging it pretty well and seeing the reads well and hitting solid putts. I was just tell myself just to keep going and make as many birdies as I could.”

Webb’s last victories came in 2014, when she won both the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open and JTBC Founders Cup and she had been struggling this season until recently, with her best finish being a tie for 17th at the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer in February.

“You know, my iron game, really for most of this year, but a little bit of last year, hasn’t been great. I pride myself on being a good iron player. I think that really took a toll on me mentally because that was always something I could trust. I didn’t really have to worry about that. “I really hit my irons probably the best I had for four rounds at the U.S. Open, so I think mentally, I got over that hump,” she added.

For more than half the day, it looked as though Kerr had an unassailable lead, having shot a bogey-free 66 in the worst of the weather in the morning.

The 39-year-old from Miami said after her round: “I just controlled my ball really well out there, with the crosswinds and trajectory and I had a great day. I just kind of hit the ball where I was trying to hit it in the areas I was trying to hit it in, and made some putts.

“The score added up really well, but it was tough to stand over the shots and be able to execute. It’s never easy here, so I’m very pleased with the score. I hit the ball in the areas I was trying to hit it in and made some putts as well. It was a great day. It’s never easy here and you can never take anything for granted.”

Of the large group of players on two-under-par, England’s Annabel Dimmock is the leading British player, with Georgia Hall and Inci Mehmet a stroke further back.

Conditions are expected to be bright and breezy on Friday, but with winds a notch higher, gusting up to 30mph. The second round gets under way at 6.45am and Webb will tee off early at 7.15am, in a marquee group with Inbee Park and Michelle Wie.

Pos.
Player
Score
R1
1
Karrie WEBB
-7
65
2
Cristie KERR
-6
66
T3
Stacy LEWIS
-3
69
T3
Inbee PARK
-3
69
T3
Sei Young KIM
-3
69
T3
Pornanong PHATLUM
-3
69
T3
Lina BOQVIST
-3
69
T8
Shanshan FENG
-2
70
T8
Suzann PETTERSEN
-2
70
T8
Caroline MASSON
-2
70
T8
Ally MCDONALD
-2
70
T8
Pernilla LINDBERG
-2
70
T8
Annabel DIMMOCK
-2
70

Scores

Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 Mi.Hyang LEE 73 75 68 66 -6 282 € 192,210.75
T2 Mi Jung HUR 74 71 72 66 -5 283 € 96,105.38
T2 Karrie WEBB 65 75 70 73 -5 283 € 96,105.38
T4 Carlota CIGANDA 71 73 70 70 -4 284 € 51,896.90
T4 Cristie KERR 66 73 73 72 -4 284 € 51,896.90
T6 Sun Young YOO 72 69 73 71 -3 285 € 37,801.45
T6 Sei Young KIM 69 72 69 75 -3 285 € 37,801.45
8 Minjee LEE 74 70 73 69 -2 286 € 32,035.13
T9 In-Kyung KIM 75 71 74 67 -1 287 € 29,472.32
T9 Caroline MASSON 70 75 73 69 -1 287 € 29,472.32
T9 Georgia HALL 71 73 72 71 -1 287 € 29,472.32
12 Cydney CLANTON 72 73 72 71 E 288 € 26,909.51
T13 Emily Kristine PEDERSEN 72 73 76 68 1 289 € 23,065.29
T13 Lina BOQVIST 69 76 75 69 1 289 € 23,065.29
T13 Paula CREAMER 75 70 75 69 1 289 € 23,065.29
T13 Ai MIYAZATO 73 73 74 69 1 289 € 23,065.29
T13 Jacqui CONCOLINO 72 73 73 71 1 289 € 23,065.29
T13 Olafia KRISTINSDOTTIR 73 70 73 73 1 289 € 23,065.29
19 Michelle WIE 72 73 73 72 2 290 € 20,502.48
T20 Pornanong PHATLUM 69 73 80 69 3 291 € 18,964.79
T20 Wichanee MEECHAI 71 74 76 70 3 291 € 18,964.79
T20 Chella CHOI 76 73 69 73 3 291 € 18,964.79
T23 Jaye Marie GREEN 71 75 77 69 4 292 € 14,479.88
T23 Hyo-Joo KIM 76 71 76 69 4 292 € 14,479.88
T23 Joanna KLATTEN 76 68 78 70 4 292 € 14,479.88
T23 Yani TSENG 79 69 74 70 4 292 € 14,479.88
T23 Haru NOMURA 73 72 76 71 4 292 € 14,479.88
T23 Jing YAN 73 73 74 72 4 292 € 14,479.88
T23 Laura GONZALEZ ESCALLON 73 75 71 73 4 292 € 14,479.88
T23 So Yeon RYU 71 77 70 74 4 292 € 14,479.88
T31 Su OH 73 75 76 69 5 293 € 10,763.80
T31 Carly BOOTH 75 70 75 73 5 293 € 10,763.80
T33 Katie BURNETT 71 77 78 69 7 295 € 8,734.91
T33 Becky MORGAN 74 74 78 69 7 295 € 8,734.91
T33 Stacy LEWIS 69 79 77 70 7 295 € 8,734.91
T33 Karine ICHER 77 72 76 70 7 295 € 8,734.91
T33 Bronte LAW 77 72 71 75 7 295 € 8,734.91
T33 Shanshan FENG 70 75 74 76 7 295 € 8,734.91
T39 Anne VAN DAM 75 71 82 68 8 296 € 6,919.59
T39 Jackie STOELTING 74 75 77 70 8 296 € 6,919.59
T39 Annabel DIMMOCK 70 79 76 71 8 296 € 6,919.59
T39 Stephanie MEADOW 75 74 76 71 8 296 € 6,919.59
T39 Suzann PETTERSEN 70 76 78 72 8 296 € 6,919.59
T44 Charley HULL 77 71 80 69 9 297 € 5,910.48
T44 Wei Ling HSU 71 77 79 70 9 297 € 5,910.48
T44 Inbee PARK 69 78 79 71 9 297 € 5,910.48
T44 Moriya JUTANUGARN 76 73 77 71 9 297 € 5,910.48
T44 Ariya JUTANUGARN 71 77 75 74 9 297 € 5,910.48
T44 Amy BOULDEN 72 74 76 75 9 297 € 5,910.48
T44 Angela STANFORD 71 75 76 75 9 297 € 5,910.48
T44 Jessica KARLSSON 73 75 71 78 9 297 € 5,910.48
T52 Mo MARTIN 77 70 80 71 10 298 € 5,125.62
T52 Catriona MATTHEW 74 74 76 74 10 298 € 5,125.62
T52 Sandra GAL 72 76 75 75 10 298 € 5,125.62
T55 Vicky HURST 73 74 79 73 11 299 € 4,420.85
T55 Brittany LANG 74 75 77 73 11 299 € 4,420.85
T55 Christine WOLF 73 76 77 73 11 299 € 4,420.85
T55 Christina KIM 71 74 80 74 11 299 € 4,420.85
T55 Amy OLSON 73 74 78 74 11 299 € 4,420.85
T55 Florentyna PARKER 73 75 77 74 11 299 € 4,420.85
T55 Mariajo URIBE 73 76 76 74 11 299 € 4,420.85
T55 Katherine PERRY 72 74 77 76 11 299 € 4,420.85
T63 Dori CARTER 73 76 79 72 12 300 € 3,587.93
T63 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN 74 74 79 73 12 300 € 3,587.93
T63 Ryann O TOOLE 75 73 79 73 12 300 € 3,587.93
T63 Valentine DERREY 75 74 78 73 12 300 € 3,587.93
T63 Sarah-Jane SMITH 76 71 79 74 12 300 € 3,587.93
T68 Klara SPILKOVA 75 74 77 75 13 301 € 3,011.30
T68 Inci MEHMET 71 77 77 76 13 301 € 3,011.30
70 Sally WATSON 79 70 77 79 17 305 € 2,819.09
71 Morgan PRESSEL 75 74 76 81 18 306 € 2,690.95
72 Belen MOZO 78 71 80 78 19 307 € 2,562.81
CUT
T73 Ashleigh BUHAI 74 76 6 150
T73 Caroline HEDWALL 73 77 6 150
T73 Mel REID 77 73 6 150
T73 Simin FENG 73 77 6 150
T73 Ally MCDONALD 70 80 6 150
T73 Olivia COWAN 75 75 6 150
T73 Nontaya SRISAWANG 72 78 6 150
T73 Jodi EWART SHADOFF 77 73 6 150
T73 Marianne SKARPNORD 77 73 6 150
T73 Michele THOMSON 73 77 6 150
T83 Katherine KIRK 74 77 7 151
T83 Isabelle BOINEAU 76 75 7 151
T83 Cheyenne WOODS 72 79 7 151
T83 Tiffany JOH 78 73 7 151
T83 Lydia HALL 77 74 7 151
T83 Aditi ASHOK 80 71 7 151
T83 Lee-Anne PACE 77 74 7 151
T83 Pei-Yun CHIEN 77 74 7 151
T83 Minea BLOMQVIST 74 77 7 151
T83 Felicity JOHNSON 72 79 7 151
T93 Gwladys NOCERA 76 76 8 152
T93 Pernilla LINDBERG 70 82 8 152
T93 Isabella RAMSAY 78 74 8 152
T93 Jane PARK 75 77 8 152
T93 Liz YOUNG 78 74 8 152
T98 Beth ALLEN 77 76 9 153
T98 Lydia KO 74 79 9 153
T98 Madelene SAGSTROM 77 76 9 153
T98 Pamela PRETSWELL 79 74 9 153
T98 Noora TAMMINEN 77 76 9 153
T98 Isi GABSA 79 74 9 153
T98 Trish JOHNSON 74 79 9 153
T98 Laura DAVIES 79 74 9 153
T106 Ayako UEHARA 75 79 10 154
T106 Kylie HENRY 73 81 10 154
T106 Brittany ALTOMARE 76 78 10 154
T106 Kelly SHON 79 75 10 154
T106 Gaby LOPEZ 74 80 10 154
T106 Marissa STEEN 80 74 10 154
T106 Holly CLYBURN 76 78 10 154
T106 Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN 76 78 10 154
T106 Nicole GARCIA 79 75 10 154
T106 Margherita RIGON 76 78 10 154
T106 Justine DREHER 80 74 10 154
T117 Xi Yu LIN 76 79 11 155
T117 Nicole BROCH LARSEN 77 78 11 155
T117 Marta SANZ BARRIO 79 76 11 155
T117 Laetitia BECK 75 80 11 155
T117 Sophie WALKER 77 78 11 155
T117 Sarah KEMP 81 74 11 155
T117 Stacey PETERS 76 79 11 155
T117 Ursula WIKSTROM 76 79 11 155
T117 Amelia LEWIS 80 75 11 155
T117 Sophie GIQUEL-BETTAN 79 76 11 155
T127 Celine HERBIN 77 79 12 156
T127 Daniela HOLMQVIST 78 78 12 156
T127 Sherman SANTIWIWATTHANAPHONG 83 73 12 156
T127 Hannah BURKE 78 78 12 156
T127 Jade SCHAEFFER-CALMELS 79 77 12 156
T127 Stacy Lee BREGMAN 78 78 12 156
T127 Lynn CARLSSON 80 76 12 156
T134 Thidapa SUWANNAPURA 80 77 13 157
T134 Min LEE 78 79 13 157
T134 Nuria ITURRIOS 77 80 13 157
T134 Kelsey MACDONALD 80 77 13 157
T134 Giulia MOLINARO 77 80 13 157
T134 Mariah STACKHOUSE 80 77 13 157
T134 Perrine DELACOUR 71 86 13 157
T134 Noemi JIMENEZ MARTIN 79 78 13 157
T142 Linda WESSBERG 81 77 14 158
T142 Kim KAUFMAN 79 79 14 158
T144 Diana LUNA 80 80 16 160
T144 Lee LOPEZ 83 77 16 160
T146 Patricia SANZ BARRIO 78 83 17 161
T146 Leticia RAS-ANDERICA 83 78 17 161
T146 Gemma DRYBURGH 80 81 17 161
T146 Johanna GUSTAVSSON 79 82 17 161
T150 Paula RETO 81 81 18 162
T150 Chloe LEURQUIN 84 78 18 162
T152 Maha HADDIOUI 82 81 19 163
T152 Vikki LAING 83 80 19 163
154 Supamas SANGCHAN 84 80 20 164
155 Anne-Lise CAUDAL 82 84 22 166
156 Ann-Kathrin LINDNER 88 80 24 168

Preview

DATES: July 27-30
SITE: Dundonald Links, Troon
PRIZE MONEY: €1,300,000
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