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Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open

Round 4 - Ashok wins third LET title

November 04, 2016
Aditi Ashok, Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open(Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

Indian teenager Aditi Ashok earned her third Ladies European Tour title in 12 months after a tense finish to the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi.

The 19-year-old from Bangalore began the final day at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club with a two-stroke lead and seemed to be in cruise control for most of the round.

She made a nervy start with a bogey on the fifth hole, but bounced back with six birdies in her next 11 holes to open a four-stroke advantage with three holes to play.

Then, from nowhere, she four-putted at the par-3 17th reducing her lead to just one stroke over Georgia Hall.

She watched from the tee as the Englishwoman made a par four on the difficult 18th and then stepped up to make her own par under extreme pressure, playing a perfect approach shot up to the green over water on the closing hole.

during Day Four of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on November 4, 2017 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Explaining her aberration on the 17th, Aditi said: “It wasn’t really nerves, I think I just lapsed for a bit and made a four-putt. I was playing okay all day, but didn’t make as many birdie putts as I wanted to. I’m just glad I came out on top. I had my game plan and wasn’t too aggressive. I just kept giving myself birdie putts and that was the plan on 17 as well. I don’t know how I ended up four-putting and I did the same on 18, gave myself a birdie putt and it didn’t go in, so I guess that was the story of my putting today, but the birdies in the middle helped.”

With rounds of 67, 66, 68 and 69, and a winning score of 18-under-par, the second-year professional golfer finished a stroke ahead of Hall and took home a first prize cheque for €70,788.

Hall finished as the bridesmaid for the second successive year, her final round of 66 being the joint best score of the day.

She said afterwards: “I’m a little bit disappointed because I thought I needed an eight-under today and I was ticking the shots off in my head. I hit the ball great all week, but I putted poorly and didn’t hole anything today. All my birdie chances were inside 10 feet. Aditi played great again and managed to get a par on the last, so well done to her.

“I played one of the best long games I have played all year but the putts weren’t going in and I was in between clubs on the last hole and went for the longer one. Maybe a bit of adrenaline went through me and I hit it too long but I made a good up and down. As far as I knew, I thought Aditi was 20-under so I was three behind going down the last, so I didn’t think I had a chance. If I had known, then maybe things would have been different.”

Camilla Lennarth, who had fellow Swede Sophie Gustafson on her bag for the first time, finished a stroke further back in outright third place on 16-under, having birdied three of the last four holes, with Cheyenne Woods of the United States in fourth and Linda Wessberg in fifth. Ellie Givens, who had played in the final group, tied for 11th place and Lee-Anne Pace, who had led for the first two rounds, shared 27th.

during Day Four of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on November 4, 2017 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

It was Aditi Ashok who was handed the trophy by the UAE’s Minister of State for Happiness, Ohood bint Khalfan Al Roumi and the rising Indian star was finally able to smile.

It was her third LET title, following her previous back-to-back wins at the Hero Women’s Indian Open and Qatar Ladies Open in her rookie season in 2016.

She will look to emulate that feat next week when she heads to her home country to begin her defence of the Hero Women’s Indian Open, starting on Friday at DLF Golf Club in Gurgaon.

The Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open belonged to Ashok though, who demonstrated consistency and skill all week that is bound to inspire those who got to witness how thrilling women’s golf is today.

Dr Mai Al Jaber, Board Member of The Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Sports Academy said: “Congratulations to all the lady golfers. It has been wonderful to witness their power and grace this week and they have provided us with four days of amazing action. I have no doubt that their participation will inspire women of all ages to become involved in this sport.

“As members of the Abu Dhabi sporting community, our vision is to inspire the next generation of UAE sports stars by offering them the platform to succeed. We look forward to continuing the tournament’s legacy and further growing the game here in Abu Dhabi.”

His Excellency Aref Al Awani, General Secretary at Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC), owner of the event, said: “We would like to thank Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak – Mother of the Nation, Chairwoman of the General Women’s Union Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation and President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, for her continued efforts in ensuring ladies excel in all sports and positioning Abu Dhabi as a global sports destination for them.

“We saw a great numbers of visitors over the past four days, which we consider to be a huge success in encouraging ladies and young people to play this game. This tournament will continue to at the forefront of the global agenda as one of the most important stages for the players to compete in.

“I would like to congratulate Aditi for her four amazing days and becoming the second winner.”

The Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open teed off a ground-breaking week for women’s sport in Abu Dhabi. The LET event is closely followed by the International Conference of Sports for Women (ICSW), a milestone event and internationally-recognized platform with a clear agenda at its heart – to inspire future generations by focusing attention on key topics that play a pivotal role in increasing female participation in sport.

ICSW will take place on Monday 6, and Tuesday 7, November at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), welcoming a world-class line-up of panellists and speakers from the world of women’s sport.

Amongst the line-up of sporting pioneers are three Olympic medallists, the winner of 10 Special Olympics medals in seven separate disciplines, the founder of the internationally-acclaimed Beirut Marathon, the Head of Global Sponsorship Marketing at VISA, the youngest Arab to have conquered Mount Everest, the oldest record holder in international triathlon history, and a 14-time Muay Thai World Champion.

Over the week, more than just golf was enjoyed at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club. The Tournament Village teemed with visitors who enjoyed delicious food and drink, family fun and views of Saadiyat Beach Golf Club’s fairways basked in the Arabian sun. Visitors enjoyed activities such as chipping challenges, the regions first-ever ‘paint golf’, and introductory beginners’ sessions in the popular tournament village, as well as culinary food truck delights.

Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 Aditi ASHOK 67 66 68 69 -18 270 € 70,787.85
2 Georgia HALL 69 67 69 66 -17 271 € 42,472.71
3 Camilla LENNARTH 70 65 70 67 -16 272 € 28,315.14

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Round 3 - Aditi Ashok fires 68 to take lead on scorching day

November 03, 2016
Aditi Ashok, Day 3 Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open(Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

India’s Aditi Ashok turned in a superb 68 on a scorching day at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club to hit the front going into the final round of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi.

The 19-year-old from Bangalore, who is chasing a third Ladies European Tour title, carded seven birdies but dropped three shots to move to 15-under-par for the tournament, two ahead of Cheyenne Woods from the United States of America, who also shot 68.

England’s Ellie Givens fired a flawless eight-under 64, just two shy of the women’s course record set by Luna Sobron, to join overnight leader Lee-Anne Pace from South Africa in a share of third on 12-under-par as England’s Georgia Hall and Swede Camilla Lennarth occupied tied fifth, four strokes from the lead.

On a day when temperatures once again hit 33C, the 2016 Rookie of the Year quickly found her way to the top of the leader board.

“I was hitting it well on the range and I had a feeling that I could have a few birdie chances,” said Aditi, who won back-to-back titles at last year’s Indian and Qatar Opens.

“It started out well and I was five-under on the front nine but there were a couple of mistakes on the back which could have been avoided. Four-under is still good. It’s good that I have a two-stroke lead but there are several players within two or three shots and a low round is very possible on this course so I’ll need to play well tomorrow.”

Pace, a nine-time winner on the LET, was not quite as pleased with her efforts and after signing for a 72 she said: “I’m very frustrated. I didn’t think I played that badly but I left myself in some bad positions so decision-making wasn’t the best, especially hitting over the green on 18 and dropping one there. It wasn’t ideal but a quick start tomorrow and I could get there. I had a lot of downhill putts and short-sided myself. They were not easy putts to make.”

Givens, however, whose best finish to date on the LET is a tie for sixth in the 2013 Turkish Ladies Open, was delighted to move into contention for her first title. After recording five birdies on the front nine, at the first, fourth, sixth, seventh and eighth holes, followed by an eagle at the 11th and a closing birdie at the difficult par-4 18th, she said: “I really enjoyed today. I hit the ball really close and made a lot of putts. I even missed a few and I didn’t birdie the par fives, but I played well, especially on the front nine. On the back nine, I hit a couple of looser shots but had some good chips and I made a great putt on 18. It’s my lowest ever round so I’m very excited about that and I had some family here today, so it was nice to have them see me play well. I’m going to play aggressively tomorrow and I’m looking forward to it.”

Round 2 - Lee Anne Pace holds on to lead in Abu Dhabi

November 02, 2017
Lee-Anne Pace  during Day Two of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on November 1, 2017 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

Another unbreakable 18 holes from Lee-Anne Pace keeps the South African atop of the leader board, at 12-under, as the sun set on round 2 of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open.

The second day of the tournament was crammed with action, with India’s Aditi Ashok still in the hunt carding 66 to fall just one shot off the lead on 11-under, whilst Spaniard Luna Sobrón made history by setting a new course record with 62; finishing nine-under-par overall for a share of third place – a 73-place climb from yesterday.

Also shooting up the leader board to join Luna in third place was Sweden’s Camilla Lennarth at nine-under overall, who fired eight birdies to post a second-round score of seven under. Cheyenne Woods once again performed strongly with a round of six-under, including an incredible hole in one on the 6th hole, her first as a professional, to put her in third place overall.

Georgia Hall also shot an impressive 67 to finish at eight-under-par overall in joint fifth place with Florentyna Parker, Celine Herbin and Linda Wessberg.

Pace refused to crack under pressure, saying: “It feels great and I remembered the course better today but I struck the ball really nicely too. I hit the shots I wanted to hit and I hit it really close to the pin and made the putts.

Commenting on the days ahead, she added: “Tomorrow I’d like to start the way I did today, and be a bit patient, as patience helps you to do a lot. I had some chances which I didn’t take but in the end I’m pretty satisfied.”

Ashok was modest when asked about her round, focusing more on her technical game: “I feel I’m hitting the ball well enough, though I missed a couple of drives left but apart from that I struck the ball pretty well. My putting has been pretty good too, so I’m happy.

She added: “Still bogey free and everyone is mentioning it. I’m just focusing on hitting the fairways and letting the birdies happen.”

It was a tough day for Marianne Skarpnord as Norway’s rising star dropped to two under par, while fan favourite Carly Booth shot another 72 to finish agonizingly short of the cut going into day three. It was also a disappointing day for reigning champ Beth Allen, another not to make the cut, who immediately tweeted after her round: “What a world class event here at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club for FBMLO. Gutted to have put up such a terrible defense. #nextyear”.

His Excellency Aref Al Awani, General Secretary at Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC), owner of the event, said: “Today has shown just how much can change in this exciting sport. It’s no surprise that with such a host of talent on the field, we saw impressive play that has teed up a thrilling weekend of world-class competition ahead. We can’t wait to see what the next two days bring.”

Marking the Emirates-wide celebration of UAE Flag Day, players showed their support by wearing flag pins on their caps, as well as each pin flag changing from tournament magenta to the national flag.

The Village was buzzing with visitors, as guests enjoyed refreshing cuisine, family fun and views of Saadiyat Beach Golf Club’s fairways basked in the Arabian sun. The Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open teed up more than just golf ahead of the weekend on day two at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, with visitors enjoying activities such as chipping challenges, the regions first-ever ‘paint golf’, and introductory beginners’ sessions in the popular tournament village, as well as culinary delights from Theo’s Point.

Lee-Anne PACE
Cheyenne WOODS
Florentyna PARKER
Georgia HALL

Round 1 - Lee-Anne Pace takes lead ahead of crowded leaderboard

November 01, 2017
Lee-Anne Pace in action during Day One of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on November 1, 2017 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

Lee-Anne Pace holds a one-stroke lead after firing a 66 in the first round of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi.

A nine-time winner on the Ladies European Tour, Pace birdied six of her first 11 holes at the ocean-front Saadiyat Beach Golf Club and had one blemish at the 16th, but recovered with a birdie on 18.

The 36-year-old South African said afterwards: “I played nicely, hit 14 greens and made quite a few putts for par saves, so the putter was working. I had a long putt, a tap-in and then another longer putt again from off the green. It got me going.

“It wasn’t perfect but I did make a lot of putts and seven birdies is quite nice. It’s the first time that I’ve played here and the par-5s are definitely reachable. I messed one up, the 15th, where I went into the water, but I managed to get a par there.”

Pace, whose most recent victory on the LET came at the 2014 South African Women’s Open, the same year that she won the Blue Bay LPGA in China, is one stroke ahead of six other players: Jenny Haglund, Marianne Skarpnord, Amy Boulden, Isi Gabsa, Aditi Ashok and Florentyna Parker.

Brit Georgia Hall who came so close in 2016 as runner-up, commented earlier this week that it would be ‘great to go one better’ and win the milestone event this year, and her round of 69 certainly backed up her statement. The 21-year-old racked up seven birdies throughout her round and said: “I played really well today, I hit loads of greens, my long game was really good, I just couldn’t hole anything on the front nine.

She added: “I could have easily hit seven-under today. The greens were a little hard to read on the front nine, because you’ve got to read the grain too but it’s a solid start for day one. I’ve played the first round now so I am off and going, hopefully I can just putt a little better tomorrow.”

Beth Allen, the defending champion, chipped in for birdie on 18 in a round of 73 and is seven strokes from the lead, while Mel Reid fired a 77 but later withdrew from the tournament with a back injury.

The first day was a fitting start to the second edition of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open, which remains the country’s first professional women’s golf tournament. Bright sunshine drew in the crowds, who swept through the gates and avidly followed the first day leaders around the course.

His Excellency Aref Al Awani, General Secretary at Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC), owner of the event, said: “The second edition of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open is another step in Abu Dhabi’s journey as a global sports destination.

He added: “We’ve seen world-class action from the Ladies European Tour’s top stars today and it promises to be an inspiring and action-packed few days. We encourage everyone to come down to Saadiyat Beach Golf Club and be a part of history being made.”

Aiming to inspire and develop the next generation of Emirati golfers, the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Sports Academy hosted a number of off-course events for families on the first day, including a clinic with stars Vikki Laing, Gemma Dryburgh and Justine Dreher and a golfing ladies lunch.

The Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open teed up more than just golf at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, with visitors enjoying activities such as chipping challenges, the regions first-ever ‘paint golf’, and introductory beginners’ sessions in the popular tournament village, as well as culinary delights from Theo’s Point.

The Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open is free for the public to attend and runs from Wednesday, 1st November to Saturday, 4th November, 2017 at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club.

The FBMLO is sponsored by: FBMA, Abu Dhabi Sports Council, TDIC, Al Masaood, Etihad Airways and Marriott Downtown Abu Dhabi.

Lee-Anne PACE
Florentyna PARKER
Valentine DERREY
Felicity JOHNSON


Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 Aditi ASHOK 67 66 68 69 -18 270 € 70,787.85
2 Georgia HALL 69 67 69 66 -17 271 € 42,472.71
3 Camilla LENNARTH 70 65 70 67 -16 272 € 28,315.14
4 Cheyenne WOODS 69 66 68 70 -15 273 € 21,236.36
5 Linda WESSBERG 71 65 71 68 -13 275 € 16,989.08
T6 Olivia COWAN 69 70 70 67 -12 276 € 12,364.28
T6 Gemma DRYBURGH 70 71 68 67 -12 276 € 12,364.28
T6 Pernilla LINDBERG 69 70 69 68 -12 276 € 12,364.28
T6 Felicity JOHNSON 68 69 69 70 -12 276 € 12,364.28
T6 Thidapa SUWANNAPURA 69 69 68 70 -12 276 € 12,364.28
T11 Rebecca ARTIS 69 69 72 67 -11 277 € 9,202.42
T11 Ursula WIKSTROM 70 67 72 68 -11 277 € 9,202.42
T11 Supamas SANGCHAN 73 70 66 68 -11 277 € 9,202.42
T11 Celine BOUTIER 69 71 68 69 -11 277 € 9,202.42
T11 Luna SOBRON 73 62 71 71 -11 277 € 9,202.42
T11 Eleanor GIVENS 71 69 64 73 -11 277 € 9,202.42
T17 Nuria ITURRIOS 69 71 72 66 -10 278 € 7,196.76
T17 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN 74 68 70 66 -10 278 € 7,196.76
T17 Jenny HAGLUND 67 72 71 68 -10 278 € 7,196.76
T17 Isi GABSA 67 71 70 70 -10 278 € 7,196.76
T17 Florentyna PARKER 67 69 70 72 -10 278 € 7,196.76
T17 Minea BLOMQVIST 71 66 69 72 -10 278 € 7,196.76
T23 Karolin LAMPERT 72 70 70 67 -9 279 € 6,016.97
T23 Anne VAN DAM 68 72 71 68 -9 279 € 6,016.97
T23 Holly CLYBURN 69 68 73 69 -9 279 € 6,016.97
T23 Lydia HALL 72 69 68 70 -9 279 € 6,016.97
T27 Amelia LEWIS 71 70 68 71 -8 280 € 4,955.15
T27 Bronte LAW 69 73 67 71 -8 280 € 4,955.15
T27 Lee-Anne PACE 66 66 72 76 -8 280 € 4,955.15
T30 Amy BOULDEN 67 72 75 67 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T30 Justine DREHER 73 66 75 67 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T30 Xi Yu LIN 70 71 73 67 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T30 Leticia RAS-ANDERICA 70 69 74 68 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T30 Klara SPILKOVA 73 68 70 70 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T30 Belen MOZO 70 69 71 71 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T30 Liz YOUNG 71 69 70 71 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T30 Lynn CARLSSON 70 72 67 72 -7 281 € 4,176.48
T38 Catriona MATTHEW 71 71 70 70 -6 282 € 3,397.82
T38 Nicole GARCIA 70 68 72 72 -6 282 € 3,397.82
T38 Celine HERBIN 68 68 72 74 -6 282 € 3,397.82
T41 Ashleigh BUHAI 72 70 72 69 -5 283 € 2,996.69
T41 Laura DAVIES 72 70 69 72 -5 283 € 2,996.69
T43 Becky MORGAN 72 71 72 69 -4 284 € 2,737.13
T43 Stacey PETERS 71 72 71 70 -4 284 € 2,737.13
T43 Noora TAMMINEN 71 72 70 71 -4 284 € 2,737.13
46 Lauren TAYLOR 68 72 74 71 -3 285 € 2,548.36
T47 Isabella RAMSAY 71 72 72 71 -2 286 € 2,265.21
T47 Maha HADDIOUI 71 67 76 72 -2 286 € 2,265.21
T47 Kylie HENRY 69 69 74 74 -2 286 € 2,265.21
T47 Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN 72 69 70 75 -2 286 € 2,265.21
T47 Sarah KEMP 71 67 72 76 -2 286 € 2,265.21
T52 Simin FENG 72 69 73 73 -1 287 € 1,887.68
T52 Whitney HILLIER 72 67 74 74 -1 287 € 1,887.68
T52 Maria PARRA 74 69 69 75 -1 287 € 1,887.68
T55 Sophie WALKER 73 70 74 71 E 288 € 1,651.72
T55 Cajsa PERSSON 70 73 73 72 E 288 € 1,651.72
57 Vani KAPOOR 72 69 78 70 1 289 € 1,557.33
58 Diana LUNA 69 72 78 71 2 290 € 1,510.14
T59 Valentine DERREY 68 74 77 72 3 291 € 1,439.35
T59 Lucrezia COLOMBOTTO ROSSO 72 71 76 72 3 291 € 1,439.35
T61 Carly BOOTH 72 72 E 144
T61 Cathryn BRISTOW 72 72 E 144
T61 Christine WOLF 73 71 E 144
T61 Jade SCHAEFFER-CALMELS 73 71 E 144
T61 Margherita RIGON 73 71 E 144
T61 Anne-Lise CAUDAL 71 73 E 144
T61 Andrea WONG 74 70 E 144
T61 Inci MEHMET 73 71 E 144
T61 Meghan MACLAREN 73 71 E 144
T61 Laura JANSONE 74 70 E 144
T61 Trish JOHNSON 71 73 E 144
T61 Madelene STAVNAR 71 73 E 144
T73 Krista BAKKER 75 70 1 145
T73 Johanna GUSTAVSSON 72 73 1 145
T73 Michele THOMSON 74 71 1 145
T73 Sophie LAMB 72 73 1 145
T73 Amanda LINNER 69 76 1 145
T73 Marianne SKARPNORD 67 78 1 145
T73 Kelsey MACDONALD 70 75 1 145
T80 Lauren HORSFORD 74 72 2 146
T80 Pamela PRETSWELL ASHER 74 72 2 146
T80 Annabel DIMMOCK 72 74 2 146
T80 Stacy Lee BREGMAN 73 73 2 146
T80 Gabriella COWLEY 73 73 2 146
T80 Agathe SAUZON 71 75 2 146
T80 Julia ENGSTROM 73 73 2 146
T80 Vikki LAING 74 72 2 146
T80 Marion RICORDEAU 75 71 2 146
T80 Isabelle BOINEAU 70 76 2 146
T80 Frida GUSTAFSSON SPANG 74 72 2 146
T91 Fabienne IN-ALBON 72 75 3 147
T91 Noemi JIMENEZ MARTIN 74 73 3 147
T91 Sarah SCHOBER 76 71 3 147
T91 Victoria LOVELADY 68 79 3 147
T91 Mariajo URIBE 75 72 3 147
T91 Celina YUAN 71 76 3 147
T97 Giulia SERGAS 77 71 4 148
T97 Jessica KARLSSON 73 75 4 148
T97 Natalia ESCURIOLA MARTINEZ 74 74 4 148
T97 Marta SANZ BARRIO 73 75 4 148
T97 Hannah BURKE 71 77 4 148
T97 Lina BOQVIST 72 76 4 148
T97 Tonje DAFFINRUD 74 74 4 148
T97 Ariane PROVOT 72 76 4 148
T97 Wenbo LIU 72 76 4 148
T106 Beth ALLEN 73 76 5 149
T106 Valdis Thora JONSDOTTIR 75 74 5 149
T106 Stefania AVANZO 73 76 5 149
T106 Sophie GIQUEL-BETTAN 72 77 5 149
T110 Chloe LEURQUIN 78 72 6 150
T110 Elia FOLCH 75 75 6 150
T112 Patricia SANZ BARRIO 72 79 7 151
T112 Ana MENENDEZ 73 78 7 151
T112 Camille CHEVALIER 75 76 7 151
115 Emily TUBERT 75 77 8 152
116 Eva GILLY 79 74 9 153
117 Amandeep DRALL 76 78 10 154
T118 Ann-Kathrin LINDNER 76 79 11 155
T118 Sanna NUUTINEN 76 79 11 155
120 Emily Kristine PEDERSEN 77 80 13 157
121 Neha TRIPATHI 82 76 14 158
122 Alexandra BONETTI 78 83 17 161
123 Emily TOY 83 79 18 162
Withdrawn Players
Veronica ZORZI 74 E



DATES: November 01-04
SITE: Saadiyat Beach Golf Course, Abu Dhabi
PRIZE MONEY: €515,000
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