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Round 4 - Boutier wins inaugural Australian Ladies Classic

February 25, 2018

France’s Céline Boutier won the inaugural Australian Ladies Classic Bonville on the Coffs Coast in New South Wales on Sunday and kept calm despite a weather-interrupted final day.

The 24-year-old from the southern Parisian suburb of Montrouge shot a final round of 73 to finish on 10-under-par, two shots ahead of Katie Burnett from the United States.

Céline Boutier, Australian Ladies Classic

It was Boutier’s second Ladies European Tour title following the 2017 Sanya Ladies Open and her fourth in total after the Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge and Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women’s Health Classic on the Symetra Tour.

She virtually assured herself of the title with a third round of 67, played in heavy rain on Saturday, which gave her a five-stroke lead heading into the last round at Bonville Golf Resort and she thanked her caddie Shane Codd for keeping her equipment dry.

Sunday’s play teed off in beautiful, sunny conditions and the second-year professional golfer began with two birdies and a bogey in her first seven holes. She kept her five-stroke advantage through the turn, before Katie Burnett birdied the 10th hole to get within four strokes. Then, at 2pm local time, dramatic tropical storms moved through the area forcing the suspension of play for 3.45 hours.

After three hours of heavy rain, thunder and lightning, the sun shone through the clouds and the course drained exceptionally quickly, allowing the leaders to return to the par-4 13th at 5.45pm local time.

After the break, Boutier played her third shot just beyond the green and two putted for a bogey, reducing her lead to three strokes. Both players bogeyed the 15th and Burnett missed her curling four-footer at the 17th, which would have reduced the deficit.

At the final hole, Boutier pushed her drive into the trees and decided to lay-up, while Burnett launched a perfect drive down the middle of the fairway. Boutier struck her third shot to within eight feet of the flag, but her birdie putt turned just below the hole and she tapped in for a par and a 10-under-par total. Burnett, meanwhile, took two putts for a birdie on the final hole.

“It feels great. I really enjoyed playing at Bonville Golf Resort and I’m proud of how I handled the weather conditions,” said Boutier, who was a standout at Duke University and now bases herself in Texas.

“We had a little bit of everything with a delay in the middle of the round, so it wasn’t too easy to get back into the rhythm, but I’m pleased that we finished. I was a bit nervous, because I wanted to finish before dark and it’s not always easy when you go back out after a delay; it was definitely tough. I had two bogeys after we went back out, but I did my best. I feel like I managed it pretty well.”

Playing with Boutier, Burnett was three-under-par after 10 holes, but she ended with a 69 for a total of eight-under-par.
Iceland’s Valdis Thora Jonsdottir (70) ended one stroke back in outright third position, which equalled her career best finish recorded at the Sanya Ladies Open in tropical Hainan, China, in November, which was the scene of Boutier’s first Ladies European Tour title.

Sweden’s Daniela Holmqvist (71) ended in fourth position on seven-under-par, while the halfway leader Holly Clyburn from England shared fifth place with Denmark’s Nanna Koerstz Madsen.

Australian Rebecca Artis, who was born and raised in New South Wales, tied for seventh place with US rookie Casey Danielson, while Western Australian Hannah Green tied for ninth with Charlotte Thompson from England.

The Ladies European Tour and Australian Ladies Professional Golf Tour next move to nearby Coffs Harbour Golf Club for the Women’s NSW Open, for the fifth week of major women’s golf tournaments in Australia.

Pos. Player Prize Money Par Score R1 R2 R3 R4
1 Celine BOUTIER 33,391.65 -10 278 70 68 67 73
2 Katie BURNETT 20,034.99 -8 280 72 71 68 69
3 Valdis Thora JONSDOTTIR 13,356.66 -7 281 69 70 72 70

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Round 3 - Céline Boutier takes lead with 67 in spite of heavy rain

February 24, 2018

France’s Céline Boutier kept her composure throughout heavy tropical downpours to post a five-under-par 67 on day three of the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville.

At 11-under-par, the 24-year-old from Montrouge will take a five-stroke lead into the final round ahead of the halfway leader Holly Clyburn from England, with a further four players a stroke back.

Céline Boutier, R3 Australian Ladies Classic

Boutier, who claimed her first Ladies European Tour title at the Sanya Ladies Open in China in November, teed off in light drizzle and promptly birdied the first hole at Bonville Golf Resort, which Clyburn bogeyed to fall into a share of the lead.

As the other players struggled in the difficult conditions, Boutier remained unfazed and birdied the fourth, seventh and ninth holes, to make the turn in 31 with a two-stroke cushion.

Although she bogeyed the par-3 11th to drop into a share of the lead with Clyburn, the Englishwoman played the next four holes in four-over-par as Boutier birdied the 14th to grab a four-stroke advantage. Both players closed their rounds with birdies on the long 18th as the sun peeked through the tall gum trees on Australia’s most beautiful mainland golf course.

Afterwards, Boutier credited her caddie, Shane Codd from Ireland, saying: “My caddie helped me a lot to stay dry and that was very important, because when everything is wet, it isn’t too easy. I tried to stay in the present, take one shot at a time and I made some good par saves when it was pouring down, so I was playing solidly all day. I’m super happy with the way I handled the course today.”

Clyburn, who began the day with a two-stroke lead, was disappointed with her third round 74, which included a double bogey at 15, but remains within touching distance of a second LET title.

The 27-year-old from Cleethorpes said: “It was a long day. Céline played fantastic out there. I didn’t expect her to go out and shoot 67 in those conditions. It was her day. I don’t think I’ve ever experienced rain like that and then, all of a sudden, been so hot at the same time. I thought the course did well considering how much rain was getting thrown down.”

Katie Burnett of the United States (68), Daniela Holmqvist of Sweden (70), Valdis Thora Jonsdottir of Iceland (72) and Olivia Cowan from Germany (73) all ended on five-under, a stroke ahead of the leading Australian, Hannah Green.

Burnett also had an experienced caddie, who helped her to stay patient. “I have a great caddie, a legend, Sophie Gustafson. It’s great to have somebody with that much experience out there who can calm you down and make sure everything is set and ready to go,” said the 28-year-old from Georgia, adding that she relishes tough conditions.

Holmqvist is also known as a tough competitor. Five years, ago, she used a golf tee to remove the venom from a black widow spider bite from her ankle midway through a qualifier for the Women’s Australian Open at Royal Canberra, which earned her the nickname ‘Spider-woman.’ Despite that, she still loves Australia and said it would be a dream to become the winner of the inaugural Australian Ladies Classic Bonville.

The favourite coming into the tournament, Green felt that she hadn’t played her best, with five birdies and as many bogeys on her card. She said: “I thought it was tough out there. I glimpsed at a leader board on 16 and thought, wow, what course is Celine playing? A 72 wasn’t too bad, but I definitely left a lot out there.”

Another Australian, Rebecca Artis, shares eighth place with Denmark’s Nanna Madsen and England’s Florentyna Parker is in 10th position. Olafia Kristinsdottir fired a 67, to share the equal best score of the day and lies in a tie for 20th place.

Pos. Player To Par R1 R2 R3 Total
1 Celine BOUTIER (FRA) -11 70 68 67 205
2 Holly CLYBURN (ENG) -6 67 69 74 210
3 Katie BURNETT (USA) -5 72 71 68 211
3 Daniela HOLMQVIST (SWE) -5 72 69 70 211
3 Valdis Thora JONSDOTTIR (ISL) -5 69 70 72 211
3 Olivia COWAN (GER) -5 70 68 73 211
7 Hannah GREEN (AUS) -4 70 70 72 212
8 Rebecca ARTIS (AUS) -3 72 69 72 213
8 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN (DEN) -3 70 70 73 213
10 Florentyna PARKER (ENG) -2 71 73 70 214

Round 2 - Holly Clyburn holds on to Australian lead

February 23, 2018

England’s Holly Clyburn said it was a ‘game of two halves’ after she recorded a second round of 69 to keep her two-stroke lead midway through the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville.

The 27-year-old from Cleethorpes carded six birdies and three bogeys on a day of mixed weather conditions at Bonville Golf Resort, for a total of eight-under-par, but it was a topsy turvy round. After making four birdies on the fifth, seventh, ninth and 10th holes, she bogeyed the 11th, 12th and 14th, before finishing with a pair of birdies.

Holly Clyburn. R2 Australian Ladies Classic

“I played fantastic on the front nine and was minus three, but then I had an awkward yardage on 11, which made my round go upside down a bit,” said Clyburn. “I took a three-putt there and got lucky on 12 not to be in the hazard, so I took bogey there and then took par on the next hole. I got shocked by a tee shot on 14, from the girls in front, which made me duff my shot, but all in all, I played some nice golf and I’m quite happy.

“This golf course will throw some surprises at you, so you’ve got to stay patient. I finished on a high with two birdies on the last two holes, so I’ll keep doing what I’m doing.”

Céline Boutier of France (below) and Olivia Cowan from Germany, who both shot 68s, were her nearest challengers, Boutier having posted the clubhouse target of six-under before Clyburn teed off.

The 24-year-old from Montrouge won the Sanya Open in China in November and is feeling comfortable in the similarly tropical conditions. She said: “I’m very satisfied with my day and I felt like I was hitting the ball pretty solid and I was giving myself birdie opportunities. I just feel very comfortable on this course and the more I play it, the more I can see myself playing well.”

Iceland’s Valdis Thora Jonsdottir (below) backed up her opening round with a solid 70 and lies three shots off the lead. She said: “I played quite solid and I didn’t have a lot of trouble. I didn’t give myself as many birdie opportunities, but I made a couple of good putts for birdie and pars, so I’m happy.

“The air felt kind of heavy, so it was hard to estimate which club to use and I could tell that I was hitting it a bit shorter, but overall the conditions were good.”

Perth’s Hannah Green is the leading Australian in a share of fifth place on four-under with Nanna Koerstz Madsen of Denmark and both players shot second rounds of 70. Green, who felt she had picked up a common cold overnight, said: “I’m happy as I don’t feel like I’ve played my best golf and I left a lot out there. I had four three-putts and a lot of opportunities that I could have taken advantage of. I have a cold right now, so hopefully I can go to sleep pretty soon and recover for the weekend.”

Fellow Australian Rebecca Artis, from Coonabarabran in New South Wales, is a stroke further back in a share of seventh place with Ines Lescudier of France and Marta Sanz Barrio from Spain. Artis already has two Ladies European Tour victories, the 2013 Helsingborg Open and 2015 Scottish Open, but she would love to collect a third in her home state this weekend.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Holly CLYBURN (ENG)
-8
67
69
136
2
Celine BOUTIER (FRA)
-6
70
68
138
2
Olivia COWAN (GER)
-6
70
68
138
4
Valdis Thora JONSDOTTIR (ISL)
-5
69
70
139
5
Hannah GREEN (AUS)
-4
70
70
140
5
Nanna Koerstz MADSEN (DEN)
-4
70
70
140
7
Daniela HOLMQVIST (SWE)
-3
72
69
141
7
Ines LESCUDIER (FRA)
-3
71
70
141
7
Marta SANZ BARRIO (ESP)
-3
69
72
141
7
Rebecca ARTIS (AUS)
-3
72
69
141

Round 1 - Holly Clyburn sets new course record in Australia

February 22, 2018

England’s Holly Clyburn shot straight to the top of the leader board in the inaugural Australian Ladies Classic Bonville on Thursday morning.

The 27-year-old from Cleethorpes had a blemish-free five-under-par 67 in warm and overcast conditions at Bonville Golf Resort, for a new course record, to end the day two strokes clear of Valdis Thora Jonsdottir from Iceland and Marta Sanz Barrio from Spain.

Holly Clyburn. R1 Australian Ladies Classic

After starting from the ninth, Clyburn birdied the 10th, 12th, fifth, sixth and seventh holes, but said it could have been even better.

“It’s been nice to go and play some free golf and shoot 67, which was not very stressful. I still had 32 putts out there and hit 17 greens, so it was probably the worst I could have shot, but I wasn’t getting greedy, because it’s not an easy golf course and it can turn you upside down.

“You can’t switch off at any point. The grain is really strong out there. You’ve got to put it in the right areas and that’s what I did. You’ve just got to be careful.”

Clyburn is playing for her fourth professional title, after previous wins in the 2015 New South Wales Open, the 2013 Deloitte Ladies Open and in Spain on the LET Access Series in 2012, while Jonsdottir and Sanz are looking to become first-time winners in Bonville on the Coffs Coast.

“This course is just about being patient, as you can easily lose your temper,” said Jonsdottir.
Sanz Barrio said: “I wasn’t hitting it great, but the putter was hot.”

Hannah Green and Steph Na were the best two Australians in an eight-way tie for fourth place on two-under-par, with Indian Sharmila Nicollet, China’s Xi Yu Lin, Nanna Koerstz Madsen from Denmark, Mexican Ana Menendez, Germany’s Olivia Cowan and Céline Boutier from France.

Perth’s Green, who finished third in the Women’s Australian Open last week, birdied her last two holes and said: “I didn’t have much going on earlier in the round, but it was good to finish strongly.

“The course was playing tough. There are some tricky pin positions, so you can hit a good shot and be a good 30 feet away.

“I am pleased, considering I didn’t hit it too well and I didn’t putt too well. I had a couple of three-putts, so to shoot two-under and still be in contention, I’m very happy.”

Adelaide’s Na also stayed patient on the greens. She said: “I didn’t get off to the greatest start as I bogeyed my first hole. I had a solid back nine with three birdies and no bogeys, so I made a couple of birdies coming in and I’m quite happy with it.”

Indian Nicollet benefited from the local knowledge of her caddie, the former touring pro and Bonville teaching professional Richie Gallichan and she said: “Richie’s been great. He knows these greens and this course inside out, so it’s been great. It was good teamwork today.

“I think today the greens were really hard and the pins were in tough positions, so strategy and ball striking were important.”

Fresh from qualifying for the China LPGA Tour after three months of intensive training in the United States, Nicollet was delighted to be in contention, but the shot of the day belonged to Belinda Ji, the 15-year-old amateur from Sydney, who made a hole-in-one using a 7-iron at the 17th.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
1
Holly CLYBURN (ENG)
-5
67
2
Marta SANZ BARRIO (ESP)
-3
69
2
Valdis Thora JONSDOTTIR (ISL)
-3
69
4
Stephanie NA (AUS)
-2
70
4
Sharmila NICOLLET (IND)
-2
70
4
Xi Yu LIN (CHN)
-2
70
4
Celine BOUTIER (FRA)
-2
70
4
Olivia COWAN (GER)
-2
70
4
Nanna Koerstz MADSEN (DEN)
-2
70
4
Hannah GREEN (AUS)
-2
70
4
Ana MENENDEZ (MEX)
-2
70

Preview

DATES: February 22-25
SITE: Bonville International Golf Resort, New South Wales
PRIZE MONEY: AU$350,000
Inaugural event. Co-sanction: ALPG Tour

The Ladies European Tour’s third event of 2018 this week is set to showcase the world-renowned Bonville Golf Resort on the beautiful Coffs Coast in New South Wales.

Bonville Golf Resort

The Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville, which is a co-sanctioned event with the Australian Ladies Professional Golf tour, will be held for the first time on February 22-25.

The field of 144 professionals will include Australia’s rising star Hannah Green, who finished third in the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open on Sunday, as well as home hopes Rebecca Artis and Sarah Kemp, among others.

The international contingent includes Christina Kim of the United States, China’s Xi Yu Lin, Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall and Jenny Haglund and Britons Laura Davies, Florentyna Parker, Holly Clyburn and Michele Thomson.

Bonville Golf Resort’s reputation as Australia’s most beautiful mainland course is not the only reason to tune in to the Australian Ladies Classic as it’s beamed around Australia and the rest of the world.

The picturesque course, which will host a professional golf tournament for the first time, could well be the career-defining location for one of the games brightest young stars, or the moment a legend of the game becomes one of its greats.

Set on the beautiful Coffs Coast of NSW and voted Australia’s Favourite Golf Course in Golf Australia’s 50 Favourite Golf Courses poll, as well as Australia’s most beautiful mainland golf course 16 years in a row by the Golf Course Guide, Bonville is just minutes’ drive from pristine beaches, waterways and world heritage rainforest. There is also an array of local produce, restaurants, cultural attractions and a vibrant regional city centre close-by, which is sure to delight visiting spectators.

The 26-year young golf course, which opened in 1992, features undulating fairways that snake their way through the foot of The Great Dividing Range and the testing, grainy putting surfaces will challenge the greatest of players.

Players will find themselves in many risk or reward type situations that will make for some fascinating viewing. The greens team at Bonville have been preparing the course for the Australian Ladies Classic for the past two months. Players can expect the playing surfaces to be perfect and the definition and consistency of the fairways and tees to be world class.

The Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville, is the fourth of a five-week long Australian swing and precedes the Women’s NSW Open at nearby Coffs Harbour Golf Club on March 1-4.

Scores

Pos. Player Prize Money Par Score R1 R2 R3 R4
1 Celine BOUTIER 33,391.65 -10 278 70 68 67 73
2 Katie BURNETT 20,034.99 -8 280 72 71 68 69
3 Valdis Thora JONSDOTTIR 13,356.66 -7 281 69 70 72 70
4 Daniela HOLMQVIST 10,017.50 -6 282 72 69 70 71
5 Holly CLYBURN 7,457.47 -5 283 67 69 74 73
5 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN 7,457.47 -5 283 70 70 73 70
7 Rebecca ARTIS 5,899.20 -4 284 72 69 72 71
7 Casey DANIELSON 5,899.20 -4 284 72 73 72 67
9 Charlotte THOMPSON 5,231.36 -3 285 73 73 70 69
9 Hannah GREEN 5,231.36 -3 285 70 70 72 73
11 Kylie HENRY 4,674.83 -2 286 74 73 71 68
11 Olivia COWAN 4,674.83 -2 286 70 68 73 75
11 Pannarat THANAPOLBOONYARAS 4,674.83 -2 286 74 71 70 71
14 Florentyna PARKER 4,118.31 Par 288 71 73 70 74
14 Olafia KRISTINSDOTTIR 4,118.31 Par 288 80 70 67 71
16 Laura DAVIES 3,561.78 1 289 71 73 72 73
16 Caroline HEDWALL 3,561.78 1 289 73 74 69 73
16 Camilla LENNARTH 3,561.78 1 289 75 73 71 70
16 Lina BOQVIST 3,561.78 1 289 73 71 73 72
16 Jenny HAGLUND 3,561.78 1 289 71 72 73 73
16 Stephanie BUNQUE (a) Amateur 1 289 77 69 73 70
22 Christina KIM 3,060.90 2 290 74 71 74 71
22 Whitney HILLIER 3,060.90 2 290 72 74 73 71
22 Manon MOLLE 3,060.90 2 290 71 74 72 73
22 Sarah SCHOBER 3,060.90 2 290 72 72 72 74
22 Doey CHOI (a) Amateur 2 290 75 72 73 70
27 Ursula WIKSTROM 2,548.90 3 291 74 69 77 71
27 Isabelle BOINEAU 2,548.90 3 291 71 71 74 75
27 Marta SANZ BARRIO 2,548.90 3 291 69 72 75 75
27 Andrea WONG 2,548.90 3 291 72 73 70 76
31 Sharmila NICOLLET 2,203.85 4 292 70 76 72 74
31 Manon DE ROEY 2,203.85 4 292 78 72 71 71
31 Marita ENGZELIUS 2,203.85 4 292 72 75 76 69
34 Sarah KEMP 2,003.50 5 293 73 71 76 73
34 Nina PEGOVA 2,003.50 5 293 74 75 71 73
34 Nuria ITURRIOS 2,003.50 5 293 79 69 75 70
37 Stephanie NA 1,803.15 6 294 70 76 76 72
37 Hannah BURKE 1,803.15 6 294 72 75 72 75
37 Xi Yu LIN 1,803.15 6 294 70 73 75 76
40 Carly BOOTH 1,602.80 7 295 77 72 70 76
40 Michele THOMSON 1,602.80 7 295 77 72 73 73
40 Ana MENENDEZ 1,602.80 7 295 70 74 80 71
43 Elina NUMMENPAA 1,380.19 8 296 74 71 78 73
43 Noora KOMULAINEN 1,380.19 8 296 74 69 76 77
43 Johanna GUSTAVSSON 1,380.19 8 296 72 72 74 78
46 Chloe LEURQUIN 1,179.84 9 297 72 76 74 75
46 Annabel DIMMOCK 1,179.84 9 297 76 70 75 76
46 Justine DREHER 1,179.84 9 297 71 78 78 70
46 Gemma DRYBURGH 1,179.84 9 297 76 73 74 74
46 Cajsa PERSSON 1,179.84 9 297 76 71 74 76
51 Marianne SKARPNORD 979.49 10 298 73 70 78 77
51 Emily MCLENNAN 979.49 10 298 73 74 76 75
51 Tonje DAFFINRUD 979.49 10 298 74 76 72 76
51 Ines LESCUDIER 979.49 10 298 71 70 81 76
55 Lucrezia COLOMBOTTO ROSSO 845.92 11 299 72 74 72 81
55 Emma NILSSON 845.92 11 299 71 77 78 73
57 Breanna GILL 756.88 12 300 75 72 81 72
57 Meghan MACLAREN 756.88 12 300 78 71 78 73
57 Stephanie KYRIACOU (a) Amateur 12 300 77 73 78 72
60 Lydia HALL 690.09 13 301 73 77 79 72
60 Ainil BAKAR 690.09 13 301 76 73 77 75
60 Georgia CLARKE 690.09 13 301 74 74 79 74
60 Jihye PARK (a) Amateur 13 301 71 75 78 77
6 Gabriella COWLEY 634.44 14 302 72 73 81 76
64 64 Leticia RAS-ANDERICA 634.44 14 302 73 75 75 79
64 Amy CHU (a) Amateur 14 302 74 74 78 76
67 Felicity JOHNSON 601.05 15 303 74 76 81 72
68 Nina MUEHL 578.79 17 305 72 78 79 76
69 Isabela RONG JI 545.4 19 307 75 74 83 75
69 Sheridan GORTON 545.4 19 307 76 70 80 81
71 Elia FOLCH 512.01 22 310 78 72 81 79
72 Celine BORGE   7 151 72 79    
72 Tamara JOHNS   7 151 77 74    
72 Karoline LUND   7 151 75 76    
72 Silvia BANON   7 151 79 72    
72 Christine WOLF   7 151 76 75    
72 Caroline MARTENS   7 151 72 79    
78 Madelene STAVNAR   8 152 75 77    
78 Luna SOBRON   8 152 77 75    
78 Camille CHEVALIER   8 152 77 75    
78 Renuka SUKSUKONT   8 152 79 73    
78 Anais MAGGETTI   8 152 76 76    
78 Cassie PORTER (a) Amateur 8 152 78 74    
84 Noemi JIMENEZ MARTIN   9 153 78 75    
84 Nadine SMITH   9 153 74 79    
84 Maha HADDIOUI   9 153 80 73    
84 Patricia SANZ BARRIO   9 153 78 75    
84 Cathryn BRISTOW   9 153 76 77    
84 Amy BOULDEN   9 153 77 76    
84 Gaurika BISHNOI   9 153 79 74    
84 Darcy HABGOOD (a) Amateur 9 153 79 74    
84 Nadine WHITE   9 153 75 78    
84 Kelsey BENNETT (a) Amateur 9 153 76 77    
94 Mireia PRAT   10 154 77 77    
94 Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN   10 154 78 76    
94 Amy WALSH   10 154 76 78    
94 Celina YUAN   10 154 78 76    
94 Grace LENNON   10 154 74 80    
94 Jenny LEE   10 154 74 80    
94 Amandeep DRALL   10 154 73 81    
94 Lorie KANE   10 154 76 78    
94 Tahnia RAVNJAK   10 154 80 74    
103 Agathe SAUZON   11 155 78 77    
103 Cloe FRANKISH   11 155 78 77    
103 Kyla INABA   11 155 78 77    
103 Bree ARTHUR   11 155 75 80    
103 Julia ENGSTROM   11 155 74 81    
103 Brooke BAKER   11 155 80 75    
109 Jessica NOH   12 156 78 78    
109 Munchin KEH   12 156 77 79    
109 Robyn DOIG   12 156 78 78    
109 Victoria FRICOT   12 156 75 81    
109 Belinda JI (a) Amateur 12 156 76 80    
109 Hanee SONG   12 156 76 80    
109 Alexis BELTON   12 156 78 78    
109 Kathryn NORRIS (a) Amateur 12 156 77 79    
117 Hayley BETTENCOURT   13 157 80 77    
117 Elmay VIKING   13 157 75 82    
117 Liv CHENG   13 157 78 79    
120 Laura SEDDA   14 158 81 77    
120 Paige STUBBS   14 158 81 77    
120 Amanda TAN   14 158 78 80    
123 Inci MEHMET   15 159 83 76    
123 Luiza ALTMANN   15 159 78 81    
123 Lili CAMMISA   15 159 78 81    
123 Kristalle BLUM   15 159 83 76    
123 Dea MAHENDRA   15 159 84 75    
128 Vicky UWLAND   16 160 79 81    
128 Chizuru UEDA   16 160 80 80    
130 Vani KAPOOR   17 161 79 82    
130 Stefanie HALL (a) Amateur 17 161 79 82    
130 Jenna HUNTER   17 161 81 80    
133 Chantelle CASSIDY   18 162 85 77    
133 Wanasa ZHOU   18 162 84 78    
135 Kristen FARMER   21 165 86 79    
135 Carmen ALONSO   21 165 85 80    
135 Gennai GOODWIN   21 165 85 80    
138 Nicole OKADA   22 166 81 85    
138 Eileen KELLY   22 166 84 82    
138 Felicity LLOYD-JONES   22 166 83 83    
141 Phillis METI   25 169 86 83    
142 Jaydon VAENUKU   26 170 86 84    
143 Molly LAVERCOMBE   28 172 84 88    
143 Brittany BOMAR   28 172 87 85

 




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