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Lalla Meryem Cup

DATES: April 19-22
SITE: Dar Es-Salam Royal Golf, Rabat, Morocco
PRIZE MONEY: €450,000
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Round 4 - Jenny Haglund wins Lalla Meryem Cup

April 22, 2018

Sweden’s Jenny Haglund made a birdie on the second play-off hole to claim her first Ladies European Tour title at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Rabat, Morocco.

Haglund shared a three-way tie for the 72-hole lead with overnight co-leader Sarah Kemp and the 2017 event champion Klara Spilkova on three-under-par 285, after firing rounds of 75, 72, 68 and 70 over the Blue Course at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam.

Jenny Haglund wins Lalla Meryem Cup

The trio returned to the 18th tee and made pars at the first extra hole, but Haglund took the spoils after she blasted a 249-metre/272-yard drive down the 18th fairway and converted a four-foot putt for birdie from below the hole.

“It feels amazing! It’s been a great tournament and a great week and I’m very happy that it finished this way,” said the 24-year-old second year LET member from Karlstad, who had previously won the 2016 Norrporten Ladies Open on the LET Access Series, a few weeks after turning professional.

Haglund, who tied for 11th in the 2017 Lalla Meryem Cup as a rookie, began the final round four strokes behind the leaders and played the front nine in level par, but made three birdies coming home at holes 12, 14 and 15 to take the outright lead, before dropping back into a tie with a three-putt bogey on the difficult 16th, playing downwind.

“When I made those three birdies on the back nine, going into 16, I knew I had a chance, because I saw the leader board by the green. I kept going and played my game and it was enough to get me into the play-off,” she said.

“The last drive was a bomb! I was just in the moment, I wasn’t shaking, but I was shaking after the ball was in.

“It will definitely build a lot of confidence. I’ve been working on that part a lot so I’m very happy to be standing here and I’m very proud of myself.”

It was so near but so far for Kemp, whose short birdie putt at the second extra hole ran agonisingly close by.

The 32-year-old from New South Wales made some key up and downs over the front nine to build a two-stroke lead.

She then chipped in for birdie at the 10th to extend her lead to three strokes, but the 11th hole was her undoing after she drove her ball right into the water hazard and hit her next shot through the green, running up a double bogey six.

The 13-season professional would have to settle for her third runner-up finish on the LET, following the 2006 Catalonia Ladies Masters and the 2010 New Zealand Open and a 26th top-10 finish in total.

She said: “I’m obviously a little disappointed. I didn’t play as well as I had the past few days, but my goal this week was to put myself in contention and I did that, so it’s my equal best finish out on the Ladies European Tour and all in all it’s been a great week.

“I actually really enjoyed the play-off. I was nervous, but I had a really good time. I hope that I get that opportunity again and hopefully I can do something different. All in all, I achieved my goal for this week and the more I’m in this situation the better I’ll get at it.”

Spilkova, who tied for second, had holed a solid 12-foot putt for birdie on 17 to tie for the lead and had a golden opportunity to win in regulation play with a five-footer for birdie on the 18th green, but her apprehensive effort ended above the hole.

The 23-year-old from Prague said: “I have so many emotions right now, because I’ve been so nervous since last week. I wasn’t nervous at all and then I came to the green and I felt crazy nervous and I didn’t make it, so I hope I can save it for the next tournament. It was a great performance and I’m really thankful.”

Another Swede, Lynn Carlsson, recorded her career best finish of fourth place and finished on two-under-par, after a final round of 75.

The round of the week was a final round of 67, which belonged to Xi Yu Lin of China and she tied for fifth with Germany’s Karoline Lampert and 17-year-old rookie Julia Engström from Sweden.

Two more rookies, Katja Pogacar from Slovenia and Laura Fuenfstueck of Germany, tied for eighth place with Sweden’s Lina Boqvist.

With her win, Haglund earned a cheque for €67,500 and moved to the top of the LET order of merit, with Kemp second and Spilkova third.

In the men’s Hassan II Golf Trophy being played simultaneously on the Red Course, Alex Levy of France won with a winning score of eight-under-par and he moved to ninth on both the Race to Dubai and Ryder Cup points lists respectively.

Pos.
Player Name
Par
Score
R1
R2
R3
R4
1
Jenny Haglund
-3
285
75
72
68
70
2
Klara Spilkova
-3
285
73
70
70
72
2
Sarah Kemp
-3
285
72
70
69
74

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Round 3 - Lynn Carlsson & Sarah Kemp tied going into final round

April 21, 2018

Lynn Carlsson of Sweden and Australia’s Sarah Kemp surged into the third-round lead with impressive performances at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco.

Carlsson, 22, from Varberg, fired a four-under-par 68 on the Blue Course at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam to take a share of the lead for the first time in her four-year professional career, while veteran Kemp, 32, from Tuncurry, New South Wales, carded a three-under-par 69.

Lynn Carlsson & Sarah Kemp tied going into final round, Lalla Meryem Cup 2018

Kemp, who has amassed 11 titles on the Australian Ladies Professional tour since 2005, is 10th on the LET order of merit after a strong start to the season but is yet to secure her maiden Ladies European Tour victory. However, she is right where she wants to be with her game heading into the final round tomorrow.

She said: “Today was good, nice and solid. I shot in the 60s which was my goal at the start of the day and I’m very happy that I drove the ball well and remained pretty calm. It’s a very difficult course and you have to keep it straight off the tee and the greens are quite small. I played well today so hopefully I can do it again.”

This is Carlsson’s second start of the season on the LET after she missed the cut at the Investec South African Women’s Open, although she did tee up in the Terre Blanche Ladies Open on the LET Access Series a fortnight ago, where she tied for 23rd place.

Carlsson said: “Today I played really solid and hit a lot of great shots into the green which gave me birdie opportunities. I’m excited for tomorrow and I just want to do my thing and enjoy the round.”

At five-under-par, the pair will enter the final round with a two-stroke lead over the defending champion, Klara Spilkova, from the Czech Republic.

She said: “I felt really good today. I hit a lot of fairways and greens, so I really enjoyed today and it was like last year. I’m looking forward to playing tomorrow.”

Last year, Spilkova came from four strokes back with a final round of 66 to win by a stroke over Suzann Pettersen and in 2016, it was the Spanish rookie Nuria Iturrios who came from two behind with a final round of 65 to win by six over Florentyna Parker.

There are 16 players within seven strokes of the lead heading into tomorrow.

Pos.
Player To Par R1 R2 R3 Total
1
Lynn Carlsson (SWE) -5 71 72 68 211
1
Sarah Kemp (AUS) -5 72 70 69 211
3
Klara Spilkova (CZE) -3 73 70 70 213
4
Laura Fuenfstueck (GER) -2 70 71 73 214
5
Jenny Haglund (SWE) -1 75 72 68 215
5
Karolin Lampert (GER) -1 71 73 71 215
5
Christine Wolf (AUT) -1 72 69 74 215
8
Julia Engstrom (SWE) Par 74 74 68 216
9
Lina Boqvist (SWE) 1 76 72 69 217
9
Nicole Garcia (RSA) 1 68 76 73 217
9
Katja Pogacar (SLO) 1 71 73 73 217

Round 2 - Laura Fuenfstueck & Christine Wolf tied for lead

April 20, 2018

Austrian Christine Wolf and German rookie Laura Fuenfstueck hold a share of the halfway lead in the Lalla Meryem Cup, after a day when firm greens and a tricky breeze tested the field on the Blue Course at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam.

Early starter Wolf grabbed the clubhouse lead with a 69 and was joined on three-under by Fuenfstueck (71). The next best placed player on two-under is Australian Sarah Kemp (70), with the defending champion Klara Spilkova of the Czech Republic (70) and Sweden’s Lynn Karlsson (72) tied for fourth. There are only five players under par.

Laura Fuenfstueck & Christine Wolf tied for lead, Lalla Meryem Cup 2018

First-round leader Nicole Garcia of South Africa slipped back into a share of sixth on level par with Karolin Lampert, Katja Pogacar and Noemi Jimenez Martin.

Wolf and Fuenfstueck used their straight driving to plot their way around the tight and tree-lined course in cool and windy conditions.

Wolf bogeyed her first hole, the 10th, but fired three successive birdies from the 13th. She then birdied the fifth and sixth, before dropping a second shot at the ninth for a 36-hole total of three-under-par.

The 29-year-old from Innsbruck said: “Sometimes it felt a bit gusty out there. At the start we were in between clubs but after a while we got used to it. Hitting into the wind you noticed it but because you’re in the trees, sometimes you don’t feel it as much and you just see your ball move. I loved the greens. I mean, you hit them where you see it and it just rolls there. If you miss it, it’s just because you mis-read it.”

Despite a sixth-place finish in the Investec South African Women’s Open last month, she has made some swing changes coming into this week, explaining: “I was swinging way short, especially when I was getting a bit nervous, and swinging much quicker and my transition was off, so it was all a chain reaction. Now it feels better. I’ve probably gained about 10 yards. That doesn’t show today because the driving holes were into the wind.”

Having her mother, Andrea, on her bag seemed to put her in a good mood, although they have a strict rule that she only offers comment when asked.

“She usually comes to the nice places. It’s nice because we talk about everything and whatever comes into our mind,” she said, adding that they haven’t discussed the caddie percentages.

Although early days, Wolf is looking for her first victory on the Ladies European Tour, although she earned her maiden professional title at the 2012 Crete Ladies Open on the LET Access Series.

Fuenfstueck is also looking for a maiden LET title, in only her second start, but she did win the SA Women’s Masters at San Lameer in February.

The 23-year-old from Frankfurt reckoned that divine intervention may have played its part, thanks to her local caddie, Nabil Rached.

“He said his wife spoke an extra prayer for us last night, which was nice. I think we are in good hands,” she said.

Kemp, 32, from Tuncurry, is also looking for her first LET title in her 13th year on tour, although she has come closest with 24 top 10s including two runner-up finishes in Spain and New Zealand.

“I’m pleased because this course is pretty difficult. I drove it well and kept it in play, which is the most important thing about this event, so it was a good day,” she said.

“It was quite windy today and we didn’t have the wind yesterday. I grew up playing a golf course in Australia that’s really windy, New South Wales Golf Club in Sydney, which really helped. I could fly the ball a little lower and I practice that quite a bit, especially with my driver and it paid off today.”

The defending champion said that she had achieved her first objective. “I’m just so happy I made the cut this week, to be honest. I have been really nervous since last week, so I’m working on it and I’m really thankful. When I’m nervous, I usually play well and it helps me. I’m just trying to stay patient and hit fairways, greens and just two putts, which is how I won last year.”

Garcia, who is suffering from flu, struggled on her first nine but recovered her form on the back nine. She said: “I was quite tired today, so there were a few shots from the fairway when I lost concentration. The first nine I struggled with my short game and on this course, it’s not easy to hit greens, which isn’t a good combination.”

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Christine Wolf (AUT)
-3
72
69
141
1
Laura Fuenfstueck (GER)
-3
70
71
141
3
Sarah Kemp (AUS)
-2
72
70
142
4
Klara Spilkova (CZE)
-1
73
70
143
4
Lynn Carlsson (SWE)
-1
71
72
143
6
Karolin Lampert (GER)
Par
71
73
144
6
Katja Pogacar (SLO)
Par
71
73
144
6
Nicole Garcia (RSA)
Par
68
76
144
6
Noemi Jimenez Martin (ESP)
Par
71
73
144
10
Celine Borge (NOR)
1
74
71
145
10
Silvia Banon (ESP)
1
71
74
145

Round 1 - Nicole Garcia takes two-shot lead in Morocco

April 19, 2018

South African Nicole Garcia fired an opening round of four-under-par 68 in ideal conditions to take a two-stroke lead on day one of the Lalla Meryem Cup at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in Morocco.

Garcia made a steady start with 11 straight pars but a run of four birdies in six holes from the 12th put her two ahead of her best friend and roommate, Stacy Bregman, as well as German duo Isi Gabsa and Laura Fuenfstueck.

Nicole Garcia takes two-shot lead in Morocco, Lalla Meryem Cup 2018

Three of the four players at the top of the leader board have enjoyed success on the South African Sunshine Ladies Tour this season. Garcia posted four top 10s finishes, while Fuenfstueck won the SA Women’s Masters in February. Bregman secured the season-opening Canon Tshwane Open and then the Sunshine Ladies Tour Investec Property Fund Order of Merit, following the co-sanctioned Investec SA Women’s Open last month.

Garcia and Bregman have practised together at home in Johannesburg every day since then, on courses with kikuya grass, although it was Garcia who had the edge on the opening day in the Moroccan capital.

“The grass on the courses here is quite similar to back home and I think that does help, especially around the greens,” said the 27-year-old, who won the LET’s stage one Lalla Aicha Tour School qualifier by 13 shots on the Red Course at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in 2014 and then tied for second in the 2015 Lalla Meryem Cup at Golf de L’Ocean in Agadir.

“Every year I’ve had a few good rounds here and a few tough ones, so I’m hoping it’s going to be more consistent.

“I started off a little rocky and I don’t think I hit a green until maybe the sixth hole, so I had a lot of up and downs and some good saves and that got the momentum going. On the back nine, I hit a few good shots, but the putting was good. I’m very pleased, especially after the front nine.”

Garcia said she and LET travel partner Bregman had a bet going that they would both go to Mauritius if they won events this season and as Bregman has already won in South Africa, it’s her turn now.

According to Bregman, she had promised to pay for Garcia’s trip. “I owe her a trip to Mauritius because I won an event and the order of merit. Hopefully I can win here and still take her to Mauritius and somewhere else or if she wins, she can take me somewhere.”

The 23-year-old Fuenfstueck said that her win at San Lameer Golf Resort in South Africa, followed by a top-10 finish on the LET Access Series at Terre Blanche a fortnight ago, had helped her to banish the nerves on the first tee in only her second LET event.

She made three birdies on the front nine but dropped a shot on the 18th and said afterwards: “I had a good start but had to fight a bit on the last couple of holes. I think on the last shot into the green I hit it a bit too good, so it ended up being a bit long but I’m happy with two under.”

Fittingly for a finance graduate, of Charleston University, she said that her goal was to break even this year.

“I just want to play as much as I can. Obviously, this is an amazing event and I’m still a bit mind-blown. I’m trying not to get lost between all the tents and everything. I’m trying to enjoy myself. It’s a bit of a dream come true, I think. You always want to play alongside the men and with the top people in Europe and the world. I’m trying not to get too excited and stick to my game plan.”

Meanwhile, European Solheim Cup team member Florentyna Parker, who played with HRH Prince Moulay Rachid, Chairman of the Hassan II Golf Trophy Association and the Moroccan Golf Federation in the Pro-Am on Tuesday, was a stroke back in a large group of players on one-under-par.

The defending champion Klara Spilkova opened with a one-over-par 73 and was happy with her score, just five strokes from the lead.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
1
Nicole Garcia (RSA)
-4
68
2
Laura Fuenfstueck (GER)
-2
70
2
Stacy Lee Bregman (RSA)
-2
70
2
Isi Gabsa (GER)
-2
70
5
Florentyna Parker (ENG)
-1
71
5
Lydia Hall (WAL)
-1
71
5
Lynn Carlsson (SWE)
-1
71
5
Silvia Banon (ESP)
-1
71
5
Noemi Jimenez Martin (ESP)
-1
71
5
Manon De Roey (BEL)
-1
71
5
Valdis Thora Jonsdottir (ISL)
-1
71
5
Karolin Lampert (GER)
-1
71
5
Katja Pogacar (SLO)
-1
71

Scores

Pos.
Player Name
Winnings
Par
Score
R1
R2
R3
R4
1
Jenny Haglund
67,500.00
-3
285
75
72
68
70
2
Klara Spilkova
33,750.00
-3
285
73
70
70
72
2
Sarah Kemp
33,750.00
-3
285
72
70
69
74
4
Lynn Carlsson
20,250.00
-2
286
71
72
68
75
5
Xi Yu Lin
14,250.00
Par
288
72
75
74
67
5
Julia Engstrom
14,250.00
Par
288
74
74
68
72
5
Karolin Lampert
14,250.00
Par
288
71
73
71
73
8
Katja Pogacar
10,800.00
1
289
71
73
73
72
8
Lina Boqvist
10,800.00
1
289
76
72
69
72
8
Laura Fuenfstueck
10,800.00
1
289
70
71
73
75
11
Stacy Lee Bregman
9,000.00
2
290
70
78
73
69
11
Marianne Skarpnord
9,000.00
2
290
74
75
71
70
11
Noemi Jimenez Martin
9,000.00
2
290
71
73
74
72
11
Florentyna Parker
9,000.00
2
290
71
75
72
72
11
Christine Wolf
9,000.00
2
290
72
69
74
75
16
Kylie Henry
7,087.50
3
291
76
73
74
68
16
Celine Borge
7,087.50
3
291
74
71
77
69
16
Carmen Alonso
7,087.50
3
291
75
75
72
69
16
Ana Menendez
7,087.50
3
291
76
71
74
70
16
Camilla Lennarth
7,087.50
3
291
76
72
72
71
16
Tonje Daffinrud
7,087.50
3
291
74
72
72
73
22
Justine Dreher
5,685.00
4
292
75
73
73
71
22
Liz Young
5,685.00
4
292
75
76
70
71
22
Anne Van Dam
5,685.00
4
292
75
71
74
72
22
Olivia Cowan
5,685.00
4
292
74
73
72
73
22
Jessica Karlsson
5,685.00
4
292
72
74
72
74
22
Nicole Garcia
5,685.00
4
292
68
76
73
75
28
Isi Gabsa
4,657.50
5
293
70
78
74
71
28
Jade Schaeffer-Calmels
4,657.50
5
293
72
76
73
72
30
Kelsey Macdonald
3,915.00
6
294
74
75
74
71
30
Valentine Derrey
3,915.00
6
294
74
75
74
71
30
Camille Chevalier
3,915.00
6
294
72
79
72
71
30
Manon De Roey
3,915.00
6
294
71
78
73
72
30
Maria Parra
3,915.00
6
294
76
74
72
72
30
Casey Danielson
3,915.00
6
294
75
74
72
73
30
Silvia Banon
3,915.00
6
294
71
74
75
74
30
Meghan Maclaren
3,915.00
6
294
77
73
70
74
30
Felicity Johnson
3,915.00
6
294
72
74
72
76
39
Eun-Jung Ji
3,090.00
7
295
72
75
74
74
39
Becky Morgan
3,090.00
7
295
74
75
72
74
39
Manon Gidali
3,090.00
7
295
74
73
73
75
42
Eva Gilly
2,700.00
8
296
74
77
74
71
42
Maha Haddioui
2,700.00
8
296
76
73
75
72
42
Diana Luna
2,700.00
8
296
75
75
71
75
42
Holly Clyburn
2,520.00
9
297
76
75
73
73
46
Ariane Provot
2,430.00
10
298
77
73
71
77
47
Fanny Cnops
2,250.00
11
299
76
72
75
76
47
Amy Walsh
2,250.00
11
299
75
75
72
77
47
Johanna Gustavsson
2,250.00
11
299
75
73
71
80
50
Gabriella Cowley
2,025.00
12
300
73
78
77
72
50
Noora Komulainen
2,025.00
12
300
74
76
75
75
52
Emma Nilsson
1,890.00
13
301
76
75
74
76
53
Elia Folch
1,710.00
14
302
73
78
79
72
53
Sideri Vanova
1,710.00
14
302
78
72
74
78
53
Isabelle Boineau
1,710.00
14
302
73
74
74
81
56
Maria Palacios
1,530.00
15
303
76
75
79
73
57
Natalia Escuriola Martinez
1,462.50
16
304
74
77
74
79
57
Julie Aime
1,462.50
16
304
73
75
76
80
59
Whitney Hillier
1,372.50
17
305
75
76
79
75
59
Nuria Iturrios
1,372.50
17
305
73
76
79
77
61
Michele Thomson
1,237.50
18
306
73
78
77
78
61
Sarah Nilsson
1,237.50
18
306
73
75
79
79
61
Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso
1,237.50
18
306
74
77
76
79
61
Valdis Thora Jonsdottir
1,237.50
18
306
71
79
76
80
65
Tiia Koivisto
1,125.00
20
308
75
75
81
77
66
Vani Kapoor
1,080.00
21
309
77
74
79
79
CUT
67
Ursula Wikstrom
8
152
75
77
67
Mireia Prat
8
152
74
78
67
Manon Molle
8
152
75
77
67
Piti Martinez Bernal
8
152
77
75
67
Ainil Bakar
8
152
77
75
67
Hannah Burke
8
152
76
76
67
Carly Booth
8
152
75
77
67
Luiza Altmann
8
152
79
73
67
Amandeep Drall
8
152
76
76
76
Marta Sanz Barrio
9
153
78
75
76
Rebecca Hudson
9
153
72
81
76
Caroline Martens
9
153
76
77
76
Sharmila Nicollet
9
153
79
74
76
Elina Nummenpaa
9
153
76
77
76
Sophie Walker
9
153
80
73
76
Nina Pegova
9
153
77
76
76
Lucie Andre
9
153
77
76
76
Lydia Hall
9
153
71
82
76
Annabel Dimmock
9
153
76
77
86
Leticia Ras-anderica
10
154
77
77
86
Isabella Ramsay
10
154
76
78
86
Inci Mehmet
10
154
79
75
86
Madelene Stavnar
10
154
78
76
86
Laura Sedda
10
154
77
77
86
Agathe Sauzon
10
154
81
73
86
Amy Boulden
10
154
73
81
86
Emma Goddard
10
154
74
80
86
Trish Johnson
10
154
76
78
86
Krista Bakker
10
154
76
78
96
Kiran Matharu
11
155
77
78
96
Oona Vartiainen
11
155
79
76
96
Rosie Davies
11
155
77
78
99
Charlotte Thompson
12
156
80
76
99
Anais Meyssonnier
12
156
78
78
99
Mariell Bruun
12
156
76
80
99
Cloe Frankish
12
156
79
77
99
Marita Engzelius
12
156
78
78
99
Vikki Laing
12
156
82
74
105
Sophie Giquel-Bettan
13
157
79
78
105
Chloe Leurquin
13
157
80
77
105
Sanna Nuutinen
13
157
77
80
108
Ines Lescudier
14
158
80
78
108
Laura Murray
14
158
83
75
108
Linda Wessberg
14
158
76
82
108
Becky Brewerton
14
158
80
78
108
Anne-Lise Caudal
14
158
78
80
113
Sarah Schober
15
159
80
79
114
Ayaka Nakayama
16
160
80
80
114
Georgia Oboh (a)
Amateur
16
160
79
81
114
Georgia Coughlin
16
160
77
83
117
Lejan Lewthwaite
18
162
84
78
118
Alexandra Vilatte Farret
19
163
80
83
118
Lina Belmati (a)
Amateur
19
163
82
81
120
Nina Muehl
20
164
82
82
121
Cajsa Persson
23
167
81
86
121
Clara Pietri
23
167
82
85
123
Karoline Lund
RTD
88
*
123
Camilla Hedberg
RTD
89
*
123
Lauren Taylor
RTD
*
*
123
Eleanor Givens
RTD
77
*

 




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