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Oates Vic Open

Round 4 - Reid beats Gal in playoff

February 12, 2017
 Melissa Reid, Oates Vic Open 2017

England’s Melissa Reid took the first title of the 2017 Ladies European Tour season, the Oates Vic Open, when she defeated Germany’s Sandra Gal on the third extra hole in a sudden death play-off at 13th Beach Golf Links in Australia.

On a blustery afternoon in Barwon Heads which saw winds gusts up to 55 kilometres per hour, the lead switched hands several times before Sandra Gal set the clubhouse lead at 16-under-par after firing a superb four-under-round 69.

Reid had a chance to win on the 72nd hole of the tournament after hitting a superb three-wood to the front of the green on the par-518th hole, but took three putts from long range to send the tournament into extra time. On the first play-off hole, both players made par after Reid once again took three putts from the edge of the green, with the second extra hole almost being a carbon copy of the first.

The third time around, Gal hit her third shot just over the back of the green and failed to get up and down leaving Reid with a putt from a metre to win.

The 29-year-old from Derby, who had led by two overnight, made no mistakes this time and holed out confidently to earn her sixth Ladies European Tour title and the first prize cheque of AU$75,000.

After winning her first ever play-off, Reid said: “It was honestly brutal out there. That’s one of the toughest winds that I’ve had, especially with the start that I got. I didn’t feel I’d hit a bad shot in the first five holes so to be three over after four was unreal. It was a true test of golf, you know, and brought a lot of character out so I’m over the moon that I managed to get the win.

“One of the best rounds I’ve ever shot was in the second round at Turnberry and it was very similar to that. Fair play to Sandra: four-under today was an incredible score.

“I’ve done it before and I knew the front nine was going to be the hard nine and Benji kept saying to me, there are a lot of opportunities. That was a huge eagle, on five, and I hit a great shot into six and three whacked that, got lucky on seven and pretty steady from then on. It was one of the best pars I’ve ever had, on 15, because my lie for my second shot was in a sand divot, it was awful. That was a big par save and then a big putt on 16 and another on 17. You’ve just got to hang in there, because there are a lot of holes to go and with the conditions, people can make double bogeys out there.

“I wanted to get to 17 (under). We knew Sandra was on 16 (under) and it would have been nice to birdie the 18th but it worked out alright in the end.

“I’ve got a good feeling about this year and I don’t know what it is. I had a good feeling about this week. It was my mum’s birthday on Tuesday so I knew that something good had to happen. We were warming up on the putting green and my mum’s favourite film was Dirty Dancing, and they were playing the theme tune to Dirty Dancing, and I said to Benji, ‘I’ve just got a feeling about this week, it’s fate, you know?’ Then I made a seven on the second and re-thought it.

“I always come out there thinking I’m going to win. It’s just nice to put myself in that position and get over the line. Winning a golf tournament is the hardest thing to do. I’m just very, very happy I’ve managed to win in Australia.

“The way I’m hitting it, and striking it, I could have been 20-under but it was just my putter that let me down.

“I said yesterday, I just feel very at home here and I really like the way of life. I feel very comfortable and we’ve got a great house this week, staying with Laura (Davies) and the boys and Rebecca Artis and Geoff. I always seem to enjoy myself and I always look forward to this trip every year.”

Australia Su Oh from Victoria tied for third place with American teenager Angel Yin, while South Korean amateur Hye-Jin Choi was fifth.

Australians Hannah Green and Whitney Hillier both had solid weeks finishing in a tie for 6th place with England’s Holly Clyburn, Tonje Daffinrud of Norway, Belen Mozo from Spain and South Korean Eun Jeong Seong.

New South Welshman Dimi Papadatos took out the men’s Oates Vic Open title defeating Jake McLeod and Adam Bland by two shots.

Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 Melissa REID 67 70 67 72 -16 276 € 53,594.85
2 Sandra GAL 67 69 71 69 -16 276 € 32,156.91
T3 Su OH 71 65 70 72 -14 278 € 18,758.20
T3 Angel YIN 68 70 68 72 -14 278 € 18,758.20

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Round 3 - Reid takes lead after 6-under 67

February 11, 2017
Melissa Reid, R3 Oates Vic Open 2017

Englishwoman Melissa Reid will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Oates Vic Open tomorrow after shooting a superb third round of six-under par 67.

Reid started the day four shots behind the overnight leader Dane Nicole Broch Larsen, and wasted no time narrowing the gap to two shots after a sizzling start with birdies at the opening two holes. Reid kept her foot firmly on the accelerator making a superb eagle three at the par-5 fifth hole, following up with another birdie at the 6th to find herself alone in the lead at 13 under par after Broch Larsen had faltered early dropping four shots in her opening six holes.

The 29-year-old missed her share of birdie chances through the next five holes before holing from two metres for birdie after hitting a fine tee shot on the par 3 12th hole. She arrived at the drivable 280-metre par 4 15th at 15-under for the tournament and proceeded to smash her driver pin high to ensure another birdie on her card.

Reid’s momentum was halted briefly at the par four 16th hole after she flew the green with her second shot and was forced to get up and down for a bogey, but the ship was steadied when the Derby native punched home a par putt from two metres for par at the par 3 17th hole.

As she had done most of the day Reid proceeded to hit two superb shots to the front of the green at the par 5 18th hole, before disappointingly three-putting for a par and a 6 under par round of 67, meaning the five-time LET winner would sleep tonight on a two-stroke lead.

Clearly frustrated with her finish Reid felt that she had not capitalised on her many chances today, especially on the par fives on the back nine. “I feel like I have struck the ball really well all week and also in the Bahamas two weeks ago. The difference is that I am starting to make some putts at important times. I did leave a few out there today, I had a lot of chances and not making birdie at 14 standing in the fairway with a 9 iron for my second shot and also at 18 not making birdie there is a bit disappointing.”

“I kind of needed that pressure on my putting because I’ve worked extremely hard on my putting and not been rewarded for it yet. I spoke to my coach Kevin (Craggs) last night and got one little tip about balance.”

Reid also spoke of her fondness for playing in Australia and how comfortable she feels here “I always get a lot of support when I am here. Aussies like to work hard and play hard and that is me really. To win here would be like winning an Australian Open, the crowds are massive and it is a great atmosphere playing out here, this is a great field and I will need to play well tomorrow to win.”

The 2017 Solheim Cup is well and truly on Reid’s radar and she has her sights firmly set on making the European team this year.

Reid currently sits 11th on the European Solheim Cup standings and she said: “I need to get Annika’s (European Captain Annika Sorenstam) attention. It would be hard for me to qualify automatically, but a win here would really help me.”

Two shots behind Reid at 13-under-par are Victorian Su Oh and talented American youngster Angel Yin, with Spaniard Belen Mozo, Australian Amateur champion Hye Jin Choi and German star Sandra Gal a further shot back at 12 under par.

The final round will start at 7:45am local time in Australia from the first tee on the Beach Course at 13th Beach Links in Barwon Heads, with live streaming from one hour before the leaders tee off.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Melissa Reid
-13
67
70
67
204
T1
Angel Yin
-13
68
70
68
206
T1
Sandra Gal
-13
67
69
71
207
T1
Belen Mozo
-13
73
66
68
207
5
Su Oh
-12
71
65
70
206
6
Hye-Jin Choi (AM)
-10
68
69
70
207
T7
Tonje Daffinrud
-9
70
74
70
283
T7
Eun Jeong Seong (AM)
-9
73
68
74
283
T7
Hannah Green
-9
70
69
69
208
T7
Whitney Hillier
-9
67
69
73
209

Round 2 - Broch Larsen claims halfway lead

February 10, 2017
Nicole Broch Larsen, R2 Oates Vic Open 2017

Denmark’s Nicole Broch Larsen grabbed a two stroke lead at the Oates Vic Open at 13th Beach in Australia on Friday as the 2015 runner-up Su Oh matched her own course record, her 8-under 65 on the Beach Course leaving her as one of four players in second position at the halfway mark.

Broch Larsen had played 34 holes in the Ladies European Tour’s season opener this week without a bogey before recording her first dropped stroke on the par-3 17th.

Despite carding straight rounds of 6-under 67 on the Creek and Beach Courses respectively, Broch Larsen says she’s yet to produce her best golf.

“I think I’ve got some good bounces,” joked the 2015 Helsingborg Open winner. “I’m not hitting the ball like I really want to, I’m not flushing it at all.

“I hit 16 greens [in regulation] today and 17 yesterday, so I’m going good even though I’m not striking the ball well.”

“I think the greens are trickier on the Beach and the wind was tough for me to figure out on the last couple of holes. The par 5s are still quite reachable so a couple of birdie chances there but I think it’s playing a bit longer,” said Broch Larsen, who has four professional wins, including two on the LET Access Series, one on the LET and her most recent, on the Symetra Tour in October 2015.

The four players who are two strokes behind are Su Oh, Holly Clyburn, Whitney Hillier and Sandra Gal.

Oh, who represented Australia at the Rio Olympic Games, was proud of her Friday 65 but admitted she’d still left herself work to do over the weekend.

“So I needed one more birdie to beat it?” asked Oh when she was informed she’d matched her 2015 Beach Course record. “Disappointing… but the lead is only two shots. There’s a lot of birdie opportunities out there, we get into the par-5s in two and we’ve been hitting a lot of short irons and wedges in, so I think there’s a lot of birdies out there. I left a couple out there, I made a six on a par-5 again!”

Oh’s opening 2-under 71 on the Creek Course meant the spotlight shone elsewhere heading into day two, but that changed after lunch on Friday when the 20-year-old made the turn at 6-under par for the round.

Gal recorded six birdies of her own in a frantic eight-hole stretch that kick started her tournament, while England’s Clyburn ground to a round of 69 that saw her retain her share of second place at the end of play.

Overnight leader Laura Davies, the 45-time LET winner, followed her staggering opening round of 65 with a 3-over 76, but the four-time major winner remains in the hunt at 13th Beach, currently in a share of 18th on the standings at five-under for the week.

Fellow Englishwoman Melissa Reid looked frustrated on Friday, a 3-under 70 leaving her in a share of sixth with South Korean amateur Hye-Jin Choi at 9-under, while American Angel Yin and Australian veteran Katherine Kirk are tied for eighth.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Nicole Broch Larsen
-12
67
67
134
T2
Holly Clyburn
-10
67
69
136
T2
Sandra Gal
-10
67
69
136
T2
Whitney Hillier
-10
67
69
136
T2
Su Oh
-10
71
65
136
T6
Hye-Jin Choi (AM)
-9
68
69
137
T6
Melissa Reid
-9
67
70
137
T8
Katherine Kirk
-8
68
70
138
T8
Angel Yin
-8
68
70
138
T10
Hannah Burke
-7
70
69
139

Round 1 - Great start for Davies in Australia

February 09, 2017
Dame Laura Davies, R1 Oates Vic Open 2017

Dame Laura Davies turned back the clock to her glory days as the veteran English star made a spectacular start to this year’s Oates Vic Open at 13th Beach Golf Links in Australia.

Davies showed why she’s one of the greats of the game after firing an opening round of eight-under par 65 around the Creek course, equaling the record around that layout set by Sarah-Jane Smith back in 2013.

The winner of more than 80 official tournaments leads by two shots from countrywomen Melissa Reid and Holly Clyburn, German Sandra Gal, Denmark’s Nicole Broch Larsen and West Australian Whitney Hillier.

That quintet also took advantage of the benign morning conditions on the Creek course to fire rounds of five-under 67.
Davies posted six birdies and an eagle in a bogey-free round and attributed a new putting technique – left hand low – which she learnt from watching Australians Rebecca Artis and Karrie Webb – for helping her get away to a great start.

“I’ve been working on my putting, that’s been the weakest part (of my game),” said Davies, who had 29 putts in her first round.

“I drove it well. It was just a really solid day. We were really lucky with the conditions, we hardly had any wind at all.”

Davies showed all her skills on the par-five seventh after her ball lodged under the lip of a fairway bunker off the tee. She had to chip sideways and then dropped her third shot into a greenside bunker.

“I’ve never seen a ball do that on a Melbourne-type bunker,” Davies said. “These are superb, the course is in great condition, but I’ve picked the one six inches that had a little bit of roots of the grass that grabbed my ball and it was stuck under the lip at the top.

“I actually did really well to get it out where I got it to then unfortunately hit a shocking nine-iron in the front bunker but managed to get up and down.

“That would have been cruel to have had a bogey on my card today.”

Davies described a five-iron approach on the par-four eighth from about 160m to 15 feet as her best shot of the day.

After a horrendous 2016, where Davies estimated she missed 14 cuts around the globe, playing well and putting her name back in contention this week is high on her list of priorities.

“I feel like I’m just learning how to compete again because you can’t just jump in with a chance to win and think you’re going to do it when you’ve had such a long time trying to make cuts,” Davies said.

“I’m not saying I’m going to win this but I would love dearly to shoot four rounds under par: that would be my goal.

“If I play like I did today, I’ll win – but who’s to say I’m going to play like that?”

Davies and Reid are among a group sharing a house together in Barwon Heads this week.

A bogey on the final hole was Reid’s only blemish of the day but, having never played on the Creek course before today, she’s happy to be around the top of the leaderboard in her Oates Vic Open debut.

Larsen was also pleased with her bogey-free opening round in her 13th Beach debut having left the depths of a Danish winter.

“I didn’t really make any birdies in the beginning but stayed patient. Then they started dropping and I turned four-under and birdied 10 and 11 and made pars from there.

“Six under is really good because I’m not striking the ball as I want to, but my putting has been good so hopefully I can keep that up.”

Hillier, who played in the same group as Gal, opened with a bogey but holed out for eagle from 102m on the par-five 10th which kick-started her round.

“It’s just one of those courses where you’ve got to stay patient and plot your way around,” Hillier said.

The 26-year-old from Perth is looking forward to moving onto the Beach course tomorrow afternoon.

“You’ve just got to plot your way around the Beach course,” Hillier said. “There’s so many opportunities (to make birdies). You just play punch shots under the wind if you need to and play safely and be conservative.”

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
1
Laura Davies
-8
65
T2
Hannah Burke
-7
139
T2
Belen Mozo
-7
73
T4
Holly Clyburn
-6
67
T4
Nicole Broch Larsen
-6
67
T4
Sandra Gal
-6
67
T4
Whitney Hillier
-6
67
T4
Melissa Reid
-6
67

 

Scores

Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Score Prize Money
1 Melissa REID 67 70 67 72 -16 276 € 53,594.85
2 Sandra GAL 67 69 71 69 -16 276 € 32,156.91
T3 Su OH 71 65 70 72 -14 278 € 18,758.20
T3 Angel YIN 68 70 68 72 -14 278 € 18,758.20
5 Hye Jin CHOI 68 69 70 73 -12 280
T6 Eun Jeong SEONG 73 68 74 68 -9 283
T6 Tonje DAFFINRUD 70 74 70 69 -9 283 € 10,290.21
T6 Whitney HILLIER 67 69 73 74 -9 283 € 10,290.21
T6 Holly CLYBURN 67 69 72 75 -9 283 € 10,290.21
T6 Hannah GREEN 70 69 69 75 -9 283 € 10,290.21
T6 Belen MOZO 73 66 68 76 -9 283 € 10,290.21
12 Caroline HEDWALL 71 70 68 75 -8 284 € 8,217.88
T13 Marina ALEX 73 69 72 71 -7 285 € 7,503.28
T13 Leticia RAS-ANDERICA 73 71 69 72 -7 285 € 7,503.28
T13 Florentyna PARKER 71 69 69 76 -7 285 € 7,503.28
T16 Jane PARK 71 72 71 72 -6 286 € 6,610.03
T16 Charlotte THOMAS 73 70 70 73 -6 286 € 6,610.03
T18 Pernilla LINDBERG 71 73 70 73 -5 287 € 5,538.13
T18 Camilla LENNARTH 75 68 69 75 -5 287 € 5,538.13
T18 Katherine KIRK 68 70 74 75 -5 287 € 5,538.13
T18 Hannah BURKE 70 69 73 75 -5 287 € 5,538.13
T18 Madelene SAGSTROM 70 70 72 75 -5 287 € 5,538.13
T18 Kylie HENRY 75 71 65 76 -5 287 € 5,538.13
T18 Emily Kristine PEDERSEN 74 70 67 76 -5 287 € 5,538.13
25 Carly BOOTH 72 68 70 78 -4 288 € 4,823.54
T26 Pannarat THANAPOLBOONYARAS 74 70 71 74 -3 289 € 4,314.39
T26 Isabella RAMSAY 76 69 70 74 -3 289 € 4,314.39
T26 Laura DAVIES 65 76 72 76 -3 289 € 4,314.39
T26 Amelia LEWIS 73 66 73 77 -3 289 € 4,314.39
30 Rebecca ARTIS 70 70 72 78 -2 290 € 3,751.64
31 Marianne SKARPNORD 77 68 68 78 -1 291 € 3,644.45
T32 Nicole BROCH LARSEN 67 67 79 79 E 292 € 3,483.67
T32 Michele THOMSON 69 74 70 79 E 292 € 3,483.67
34 Luna SOBRON 77 67 71 78 1 293 € 3,322.88
35 Nina MUEHL 75 68 72 80 3 295 € 3,215.69
T36 Minjee LEE 74 71 71 -3 216 € 2,840.53
T36 Beth ALLEN 71 70 75 -3 216 € 2,840.53
T36 Maria PARRA 68 74 74 -3 216 € 2,840.53
T36 Kyoka MATSUMORI 70 72 74 -3 216 € 2,840.53
T36 Annabel DIMMOCK 71 72 73 -3 216 € 2,840.53
T36 Stacey PETERS 72 71 73 -3 216 € 2,840.53
T42 Karis DAVIDSON 72 73 72 -2 217
T42 Pei-Yun CHIEN 71 73 73 -2 217 € 2,164.21
T42 Hanee SONG 76 68 73 -2 217 € 2,164.21
T42 Benyapa NIPHATSOPHON 77 69 71 -2 217 € 2,164.21
T42 Cathryn BRISTOW 73 71 73 -2 217 € 2,164.21
T42 Sophie WALKER 75 71 71 -2 217 € 2,164.21
T42 Ho-Yu AN 73 73 71 -2 217
T42 Alexandra BONETTI 71 72 74 -2 217 € 2,164.21
T42 Felicity JOHNSON 71 72 74 -2 217 € 2,164.21
T51 Valdis Thora JONSDOTTIR 71 73 74 -1 218 € 1,822.22
T51 Aditi ASHOK 70 72 76 -1 218 € 1,822.22
T53 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN 75 70 74 E 219 € 1,643.58
T53 Stephanie NA 72 72 75 E 219 € 1,643.58
T53 Xi Yu LIN 73 73 73 E 219 € 1,643.58
T56 Lina BOQVIST 73 72 75 1 220 € 1,327.96
T56 Christine WOLF 76 69 75 1 220 € 1,327.96
T56 Agathe SAUZON 72 73 75 1 220 € 1,327.96
T56 REBECCA Tsai 72 73 75 1 220 € 1,327.96
T56 Justine DREHER 73 73 74 1 220 € 1,327.96
T56 Stephanie BUNQUE 71 75 74 1 220
T56 Ayaka MATSUMORI 75 71 74 1 220 € 1,327.96
63 Vani KAPOOR 72 73 76 2 221 € 1,143.36
64 Anais MAGGETTI 73 73 77 4 223 € 1,107.63
65 Ellen DAVIES-GRAHAM 73 72 79 5 224 € 1,071.90
CUT
T66 Ainil BAKAR 74 73 1 147
T66 Rebecca KAY 69 78 1 147
T66 Celine HERBIN 70 77 1 147
T66 Brittany BENVENUTO 74 73 1 147
T66 Sarah-Jane BOYD 74 73 1 147
T66 Liv CHENG 72 75 1 147
T66 Alexandra ORCHARD 72 75 1 147
T73 Gemma DRYBURGH 78 70 2 148
T73 Katie BURNETT 76 72 2 148
T73 Ann-Kathrin LINDNER 77 71 2 148
T73 Paige STUBBS 77 71 2 148
T73 Olivia COWAN 74 74 2 148
T73 Grace KIM 77 71 2 148
T73 Alison WALSHE 75 73 2 148
T73 Marion RICORDEAU 72 76 2 148
T73 Tamara JOHNS 70 78 2 148
T73 Patricia SANZ BARRIO 73 75 2 148
T73 Adriana BRENT 77 71 2 148
T73 Johanna GUSTAVSSON 75 73 2 148
T85 Isabelle BOINEAU 77 72 3 149
T85 Prima THAMMARAKS 75 74 3 149
T85 Manon DE ROEY 78 71 3 149
T85 Han-Hsuan YU 80 69 3 149
T85 Becky MORGAN 78 71 3 149
T85 Emma DE GROOT 77 72 3 149
T85 Nuria ITURRIOS 78 71 3 149
T85 Stacey TATE 77 72 3 149
T85 Jenny LEE 76 73 3 149
T85 Jenna HUNTER 73 76 3 149
T85 Amandeep DRALL 71 78 3 149
T85 Sarah KEMP 76 73 3 149
T97 Hayley BETTENCOURT 76 74 4 150
T97 Supamas SANGCHAN 78 72 4 150
T97 Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN 79 71 4 150
T97 Alizza HETHERINGTON 78 72 4 150
T97 Lorie KANE 75 75 4 150
T97 Gabriela RUFFELS 77 73 4 150
T97 Fabienne IN-ALBON 76 74 4 150
T104 Kristen RUE 74 77 5 151
T104 Zara WOODBRIDGE 77 74 5 151
T104 Noemi JIMENEZ MARTIN 79 72 5 151
T104 Jessica SPEECHLEY 77 74 5 151
T104 Sanna NUUTINEN 76 75 5 151
T104 Grace LENNON 74 77 5 151
T104 Jenny HAGLUND 75 76 5 151
T111 Amy BOULDEN 76 76 6 152
T111 Lydia HALL 78 74 6 152
T111 Anna STANTON 79 73 6 152
T111 Stefania CROCE 77 75 6 152
T111 Brooke BAKER 79 73 6 152
T111 Yezhou LIN 79 73 6 152
T117 Kelsey MACDONALD 78 75 7 153
T117 Bree ARTHUR 76 77 7 153
T117 Amy WALSH 76 77 7 153
T117 Chloe LEURQUIN 79 74 7 153
T117 Katelyn MUST 80 73 7 153
T122 El Rim KWAK 80 74 8 154
T122 Stefania AVANZO 79 75 8 154
T122 Sheridan GORTON 84 70 8 154
T122 Lilli CAMMISA 80 74 8 154
T122 Olivia KLINE 72 82 8 154
T122 Noora TAMMINEN 76 78 8 154
T128 Elmay VIKING 80 75 9 155
T128 Jessica CARAFIELLO 81 74 9 155
T128 Tze-Han LIN 80 75 9 155
T128 Alexandra HILLIARD 77 78 9 155
T132 Celina YUAN 75 81 10 156
T132 Madelene STAVNAR 83 73 10 156
T132 Phillis METI 75 81 10 156
135 Kono MATSUMOTO 76 81 11 157
T136 Lauren HIBBERT 83 75 12 158
T136 Kristen FARMER 80 78 12 158
T136 Emily MCLENNAN 78 80 12 158
T136 Kay BANNAN 82 76 12 158
140 Jessica COWIE 79 81 14 160
141 Jade FISHER 85 76 15 161
142 Elissa-Jayne ORR 82 80 16 162
Withdrawn Players
Breanna GILL 83 E
Hannah COLLIER 75 E

Preview

DATES: February 09-12
SITE: 13th Beach Golf Links, Victoria, Australia
PRIZE MONEY: €350,000
 




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