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Round 3 - Burke wins first LET trophy

August 09, 2015
Hannah Burke, 2015 Tipsport Golf Masters

England’s Hannah Burke fired a bogey-free final round of seven under par 64 to come from four shots behind and claim her first Ladies European Tour trophy at the Tipsport Golf Masters in the Czech Republic.

After rounds of 68, 68 and 64 for a total of 200, 13 under par on the par-71 Golf Park Pilsen course, the 27-year-old from Welwyn Garden City finished two strokes clear of overnight co-leader Nicole Broch Larsen of Denmark.

Fellow second round leader Becky Morgan from Wales dropped into a share of third position with Sweden’s Lina Boqvist on 10 under par.

Broch Larsen was two strokes clear after three birdies in her first seven holes but collapsed with a triple bogey seven on the par four 16th and couldn’t recover, making par on the last two holes.

Burke set the target and enjoyed a wait in the baking sunshine on the club’s courtyard terrace before learning of her victory and was then drenched in beer from the nearby Pilsner Urquell brewery by her friends.

“I’m absolutely lost for words. I didn’t really focus too much on winning. I had a little goal set each day and went out to achieve them and I’ve come out on top, so it feels good,” said Burke, a fourth year member of the Ladies European Tour, who had finished second twice previously, in Scotland in 2013 and in India last year.

“I missed my goal yesterday, because I double bogeyed the last, but it was to have no bogeys in 18 holes. That’s what my coach set me as well, for my caddie. Today I had seven birdies and no bogeys so I managed my goal. I played very consistent. I only missed one green and putted well. Seven birdies is a good way to get on top.”

Second year Ladies European Tour member Broch Larsen, 22, seemed to be cruising until it came to the 16th, where she hit her tee shot into the left fairway bunker. From there, she put her second into thick rough right of the green and then chipped over the narrow green, before taking two more chips and two putts to get down.

“I was going for making my par instead of just playing it out to the fairway and seeing if I could make four from there. Instead of five I made seven and pars from there so it was just one hole,” said a tearful Broch Larsen after a final round of 70.

Morgan tied for third after a level par 71. She said: “When you’re tied for the lead going into the last round you’d like to win but I played okay. I had three stupid three putts on the back nine, got a little indecisive with a few clubs and left myself a couple of tough first putts but all in all I’m pretty happy with it. I just didn’t putt as well as the first day.”

Boqvist, who had a final round of 67, was thrilled with her career best finish. She said: “It’s my best place ever on the LET and it’s my first year so very good. I finished second here last year on the LETAS with a final round of five under so it was good.”

With a tie for fifth place on nine under par, Melissa Reid moved into fourth place on the European Solheim Cup team points list in the final Ladies European Tour qualification tournament and booked her place in The 2015 Solheim Cup at Golf Club St. Leon-Rot in Germany.

Captain Carin Koch will complete her line-up to take on the United States from September 18-20 when she names the next four automatic qualifiers from the Rolex Women’s World Rankings and her four wildcard picks on August 25th.

Collated final scores:

200 – Hannah Burke (ENG) 68 68 64
202 – Nicole Broch Larsen (DEN) 64 68 70
203 – Lina Boqvist (SWE) 66 70 67, Becky Morgan (WAL) 62 70 71
204 – Georgia Hall (ENG) 71 69 64, Melissa Reid (ENG) 68 67 69, Florentyna Parker (ENG) 69 68 67, Nanna Koerstz Madsen (DEN) 67 68 69, Noora Tamminen (FIN) 71 67 66, Gwladys Nocera (FRA) 65 70 69
205 – Rebecca Artis (AUS) 67 70 68, Jade Schaeffer (FRA) 69 68 68, Marta Sanz Barrio (ESP) 67 69 69
206 – Miriam Nagl (BRA) 67 71 68, Maria Balikoeva (RUS) 68 70 68, Eleanor Givens (ENG) 69 68 69
207 – Marianne Skarpnord (NOR) 71 69 67
208 – Celine Herbin (FRA) 69 67 72, Sophie Giquel-bettan (FRA) 72 70 66, Chloe Leurquin (BEL) 74 63 71, Stefania Croce (ITA) 71 67 70, Alex Peters (ENG) 70 68 70, Whitney Hillier (AUS) 69 71 68, Isabelle Boineau (FRA) 72 67 69
209 – Fabienne In-albon (SWI) 65 73 71, Melissa Eaton (RSA) 73 65 71, Nicole Garcia (RSA) 68 71 70, Beth Allen (USA) 68 70 71, Rebecca Hudson (ENG) 69 69 71
210 – Emily Kristine Pedersen (DNK) 66 76 68, Carlota Ciganda (ESP) 68 67 75, Ursula Wikstrom (FIN) 73 69 68, Liz Young (ENG) 70 70 70
211 – Kylie Walker (SCO) 73 66 72, Charlotte Ellis (ENG) 72 69 70, Christine Wolf (AUT) 68 70 73, Ann-Kathrin Lindner (GER) 69 72 70, Connie Chen (RSA) 69 72 70, Titiya Plucksataporn (THA) 73 66 72
212 – Sophie Walker (ENG) 68 73 71, Sarah Kemp (AUS) 71 69 72, Felicity Johnson (ENG) 72 68 72, Alexandra Vilatte (FRA) 70 70 72, Katerina Vlasinova (CZE) 72 68 72, Amy Boulden (WAL) 69 71 72
213 – Isabella Ramsay (SWE) 72 70 71, Sally Watson (SCO) 72 69 72, Camilla Lennarth (SWE) 71 71 71
214 – Charlotte Thompson (ENG) 69 73 72, Stacy Lee Bregman (RSA) 72 70 72, Malene Jorgensen (DEN) 69 72 73, Diana Luna (ITA) 71 71 72
215 – Nina Holleder (GER) 69 73 73
216 – Lea Klimentova (SVK) 69 73 74
219 – Sophie Sandolo (ITA) 73 68 78

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Round 2 - Larsen and Morgan take lead in scorching heat

August 08, 2015
Broch Larsen, 2015 Tipsport Golf Masters R2

Nicole Broch Larsen and Becky Morgan shot rounds of 68 and 70 respectively to share the lead heading into the final round of the Tipsport Golf Masters in the Czech Republic.

At 10 under par after 36 holes in scorching heat at Golf Park Pilsen, the pair are three strokes clear of a group of players on seven under par.

Both Broch Larsen and Morgan, who fired a course record equalling nine under par 62 in the first round on Friday, felt that they could have performed better on the greens.

Morgan, 40, from Wales, said: “I’m a little bit disappointed with how I finished as I three-putted the last, so that was a bit annoying. I had two three putts today. I didn’t hit it any better yesterday than today I just didn’t make any putts.”

“For me, it was just my putter,” said Broch Larsen, 22, from Denmark. “Minus three is always good but right now I’m just a little disappointed because I didn’t make the putts I wanted and I finished with a par on nine which is a great birdie opportunity but I’m still up there, so I’m happy.”

Broch Larsen is a second year Ladies European Tour (LET) member whose best finish on tour was third in this year’s Buick Championship in Shanghai, whereas Morgan is in her 15th year on tour and her career best result was second at the French Open as a rookie in 2001.

Broch Larsen won twice on the LET Access Series in 2013 but both players are looking for their first wins on the Ladies European Tour.

Broch Larsen said: “I’m going to play my chances and see where it takes me.”

Morgan, who is used to playing in hot conditions living in Florida, added: “I didn’t look at a leader board once today and I’m not going to so that this week.”

Lurking behind them are three of this year’s potential European Solheim Cup team members in Gwladys Nocera, Carlota Ciganda and Melissa Reid – who are all multiple tournament winners – and the LET’s leading rookie Nanna Koertz Madsen who equalled the course record at Turnberry in the final round of the Ricoh Women’s British Open last week.

Koertz Madsen, 22, from Denmark, won the LET’s Lalla Aicha Tour School in December and is playing to win. She said: “My game from tee to green is really good here. I’m struggling a bit with my putter but I’ve been playing some really good golf.”

Meanwhile Nocera, like many of the players, felt tired after playing in the heat of the afternoon in temperatures of 35C and was struggling to see after suffering an insect bite below the eye, but the recent Lalla Meryem Cup champion is already assured of her Solheim Cup place from the LET points list, set to be finalised on Sunday.

The European team will comprise four players from the points list, four players from the World Rankings and four captain’s picks.

Reid and Ciganda both have a chance to qualify on points ahead of fourth placed Anna Nordqvist if they finish eighth and second respectively, however if Reid wins and Ciganda is the runner-up, then they would also knock third placed Charley Hull out of the top four.

Reid, who played on the successful European team at Killeen Castle in Ireland in 2011, said: “I cancelled a trip to Ibiza, that’s what I’m gutted about, but this is the priority. I spoke to Carin a couple of weeks ago and said that I want to get in this team so I went to the practice on Monday to show that I’m committed.

“When you’re at a tournament you’re here to win so I’m not really thinking about eighth place.”

Ciganda, a star of the 2013 team in Colorado, where she posted a 100 per cent record, said: “I’m not thinking too much because there is also the Rolex Rankings and I’m also in there so if I play well it doesn’t matter if I don’t go through Europe, I think I can get in through the Rolex Rankings. I just came here because I wanted to play in Europe, get a bit of confidence back, because I haven’t been playing very good lately and I really like Europe, I like the courses here, so I’m happy to be back.”

Earlier in the day, Celine Herbin and Marta Sanz Barrio finished their rounds at six under par and they were later joined in a share of seventh by Lina Boqvist and Hannah Burke, who was eight under after 17 holes but found the sand and double bogeyed the 18th.

A stroke further back, Chloe Leurquin moved into a share of 11th place after an eight under par 63, which was the low round of the day.

Round 1 - Morgan equals course record to take first round lead

August 07, 2015
Becky Morgan, 2015 Tipsport Golf Masters R1

Becky Morgan shot a nine under par 62 to lead by two strokes after the first round of the Tipsport Golf Masters in the Czech Republic.

The Welsh player had two eagles, seven birdies and two bogeys in scorching conditions at Golf Park Pilsen, hosting the event for the third straight time.

After an early tee time, Morgan equalled the course record set by Laura Cabanillas in 2013 and matched by Anne-Lise Caudal in 2014 before temperatures hit 37C later in the afternoon.

Morgan said: “It was a perfect morning and we had no breeze at all. The breeze picked up a little on the last two holes but I’m sure we had the best of the conditions.

“I had two eagles today on par fives which I don’t think I’ve ever done, and a couple of birdies and bogeys.

“I think the key to this golf course is hitting the fairways. It’s not a long golf course at all and if you hit the fairway you’re going to have short irons into the holes which is probably the strength of my game. A lot of courses are so long that I don’t hit a lot of short irons so it’s nice getting to hit some wedges into some holes and the par fives are very reachable.”

She holed eagle putts of 20 and 25 feet respectively on the par 5 14th and ninth holes where she used a 4 hybrid club to hit into the green on both occasions.

Second year player Nicole Broch Larsen from Denmark also made the most of the ideal conditions to card nine birdies and a double bogey in a seven under par 64, which equalled her best round on the Ladies European Tour.

She said: “I played very solid. I only hit 13 greens, but some were on the fringe so I could putt them. I putted well and it could have been better but I’m happy with seven under. I made a mistake on number eight where I hit it to the right but I made a lot of birdies afterwards so it was a great bounce back.”

She is one ahead of French Solheim Cup hopeful Gwladys Nocera and Fabienne In-Albon of Switzerland, who had a bogey-free round with six birdies.

In-Albon said: “It was a very solid round today. I hit 16 greens and gave myself a lot of chances. I didn’t make all of them, so there was still room for improvement but I’m definitely happy. I struggled on 14 a little and had to fight for my par. Then on the last I had a two metre putt for par so twice where I was a bit tight but it was definitely a very solid round.”

On a day of low scoring, Dutch rookie Anne Van Dam recorded a rare albatross two at the 372 metre par-5 14th hole.

The 19-year-old from Arnhem canned her second shot using a gap wedge from 114 yards in an opening 73 and said “All my irons today were so bad so I said to my caddie, let’s make this a two or a three. My second shot landed two metres short of the pin and rolled in.”

In the race for Solheim Cup points, Ciganda and Reid, who are playing together, carded matching rounds of two under par 69. Reid needs a top eight finish to overtake Anna Nordqvist into the fourth spot on the LET points list, from which the top four players will qualify on Sunday evening. Ciganda needs to finish second to play her way onto the European team via points.

Earlier in the day, the defending champion Julie Greciet retired with a persistent wrist injury after seven holes in the first round.

Collated scores after round 1:

62 – Becky Morgan (WAL)
64 – Nicole Broch Larsen (DEN)
65 – Gwladys Nocera (FRA) , Fabienne In-Albon (SWI)
66 – Lina Boqvist (SWE) , Emily Kristine Pedersen (DNK)
67 – Emma Goddard (ENG) , Rebecca Artis (AUS) , Nanna Koerstz Madsen (DEN) , Marta Sanz Barrio (ESP) , Miriam Nagl (BRA)
68 – Christine Wolf (AUT) , Beth Allen (USA) , Sophie Walker (ENG) , Melissa Reid (ENG) , Carlota Ciganda (ESP) , Hannah Burke (ENG) , Ashleigh Simon (RSA) , Nicole Garcia (RSA) , Maria Balikoeva (RUS)
69 – Rebecca Hudson (ENG) , Florentyna Parker (ENG) , Ann-Kathrin Lindner (GER) , Jade Schaeffer (FRA) , Amy Boulden (WAL) , Eleanor Givens (ENG) , Celine Herbin (FRA) , Whitney Hillier (AUS) , Csilla Lajtai-rozsa (HUN) , Leigh Whittaker (GER) , Charlotte Thompson (ENG) , Connie Chen (RSA) , Malene Jorgensen (DEN) , Lea Klimentova (SVK) , Nina Holleder (GER)
70 – Lynn Carlsson (SWE) , Alex Peters (ENG) , Lauren Taylor (ENG) , Alexandra Vilatte (FRA) , Maha Haddioui (MAR) , Liz Young (ENG) , Holly Clyburn (ENG)
71 – Minea Blomqvist (FIN) , Marion Ricordeau (FRA) , Maria Beautell (ESP) , Noora Tamminen (FIN) , Cathryn Bristow (NZL) , Georgia Hall (ENG) , Marianne Skarpnord (NOR) , Lien Willems (BEL) , Sarah Kemp (AUS) , Daisy Nielsen (DEN) , Diana Luna (ITA) , Kiran Matharu (ENG) , Camilla Lennarth (SWE) , Stefania Croce (ITA)
72 – Isabella Ramsay (SWE) , Charlotte Ellis (ENG) , Julia Davidsson (SWE) , Sophie Giquel-bettan (FRA) , Felicity Johnson (ENG) , Katerina Vlasinova (CZE) , Karolin Lampert (GER) , Margherita Rigon (ITA) , Vikki Laing (SCO) , Sara Kouskova (CZE) , Johanna Bjork (SWE) , Becky Brewerton (WAL) , Sally Watson (SCO) , Stacy Lee Bregman (RSA) , Isabelle Boineau (FRA) , Holly Aitchison (ENG) , Carly Booth (SCO) , Laurette Maritz (RSA) , Klara Spilkova (CZE) , Pamela Pretswell (SCO)
73 – Rebecca Codd (IRL) , Marie Fourquier (FRA) , Laura Jansone (LVA) , Mireia Prat (ESP) , Anne Van Dam (NLD) , Elina Nummenpaa (FIN) , Kelsey Macdonald (SCO) , Melissa Eaton (RSA) , Lucie Hinnerova (CZE) , Emma Cabrera-bello (ESP) , Josephine Janson (SWE) , Melanie Maetzler (SWI) , Titiya Plucksataporn (THA) , Valentine Derrey (FRA) , Kylie Walker (SCO) , Sophie Sandolo (ITA) , Ursula Wikstrom (FIN)
74 – Karolina Vlckova (CZE) , Klara Kaminska (CZE) , Marika Voss (FIN) , Chloe Leurquin (BEL) , Linda Henriksson (FIN) , Steffi Kirchmayr (GER) , Nobuhle Dlamini (SWZ) , Victoria Lovelady (BRA) , Caroline Rominger (SWI) , Louise Friberg (SWE)
75 – Hannah Ralph (ENG) , Stacey Keating (AUS) , Kristyna Frydlova (CZE) , Rebecca Sorensen (SWE) , Katerina Krasova (CZE) , Bonita Bredenhann (NAM) , Amber Ratcliffe (ENG) , Caroline Afonso (FRA) , Ariane Provot (FRA)
76 – Eva Kozeluhova (CZE) , Nina Muehl (AUT) , Sharmila Nicollet (IND)
77 – Kristyna Abrahamova (CZE) , Georgina Simpson (ENG) , Suzanne Dickens (ENG) , Anais Maggetti (SWI) , Laura Murray (SCO)
78 – Virginia Espejo (ESP) , Sandra Carlborg (SWE) , Emma Westin (SWE) , Hana Ryskova (CZE) , Marie Lunackova (CZE) , Stephanie Na (AUS)
79 – Sarah-Jane Boyd (ENG) , Melodie Bourdy (FRA)
80 – Lucie Andre (FRA) , Anna Christina Kindgren (COL)
RTD – Julie Greciet (FRA), Sideri Vanova (CZE)

Scores

Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 Total Score Prize Money
1 Hannah BURKE 68 68 64 -13 200 € 37,500.00
2 Nicole BROCH LARSEN 64 68 70 -11 202 € 25,375.00
3 Lina BOQVIST 66 70 67 -10 203 € 15,500.00
3 Becky MORGAN 62 70 71 -10 203 € 15,500.00
5 Florentyna PARKER 69 68 67 -9 204 € 7,291.67
5 Noora TAMMINEN 71 67 66 -9 204 € 7,291.67
5 Nanna Koerstz MADSEN 67 68 69 -9 204 € 7,291.67
5 Gwladys NOCERA 65 70 69 -9 204 € 7,291.67
5 Melissa REID 68 67 69 -9 204 € 7,291.67
5 Georgia HALL 71 69 64 -9 204 € 7,291.67
11 Rebecca ARTIS 67 70 68 -8 205 € 4,433.33
11 Jade SCHAEFFER 69 68 68 -8 205 € 4,433.33
11 Marta SANZ BARRIO 67 69 69 -8 205 € 4,433.33
14 Eleanor GIVENS 69 68 69 -7 206 € 3,875.00
14 Maria BALIKOEVA 68 70 68 -7 206 € 3,875.00
14 Miriam NAGL 67 71 68 -7 206 € 3,875.00
17 Marianne SKARPNORD 71 69 67 -6 207 € 3,650.00
18 Isabelle BOINEAU 72 67 69 -5 208 € 3,203.57
18 Sophie GIQUEL-BETTAN 72 70 66 -5 208 € 3,203.57
18 Stefania CROCE 71 67 70 -5 208 € 3,203.57
18 Alex PETERS 70 68 70 -5 208 € 3,203.57
18 Chloe LEURQUIN 74 63 71 -5 208 € 3,203.57
18 Whitney HILLIER 69 71 68 -5 208 € 3,203.57
18 Celine HERBIN 69 67 72 -5 208 € 3,203.57
25 Fabienne IN-ALBON 65 73 71 -4 209 € 2,700.00
25 Nicole GARCIA 68 71 70 -4 209 € 2,700.00
25 Rebecca HUDSON 69 69 71 -4 209 € 2,700.00
25 Beth ALLEN 68 70 71 -4 209 € 2,700.00
25 Melissa EATON 73 65 71 -4 209 € 2,700.00
30 Ursula WIKSTROM 73 69 68 -3 210 € 2,362.50
30 Emily Kristine PEDERSEN 66 76 68 -3 210 € 2,362.50
30 Carlota CIGANDA 68 67 75 -3 210 € 2,362.50
30 Liz YOUNG 70 70 70 -3 210 € 2,362.50
34 Christine WOLF 68 70 73 -2 211 € 1,987.50
34 Ann-Kathrin LINDNER 69 72 70 -2 211 € 1,987.50
34 Charlotte ELLIS 72 69 70 -2 211 € 1,987.50
34 Connie CHEN 69 72 70 -2 211 € 1,987.50
34 Titiya PLUCKSATAPORN 73 66 72 -2 211 € 1,987.50
34 Kylie WALKER 73 66 72 -2 211 € 1,987.50
40 Sophie WALKER 68 73 71 -1 212 € 1,635.00
40 Alexandra VILATTE 70 70 72 -1 212 € 1,635.00
40 Amy BOULDEN 69 71 72 -1 212 € 1,635.00
40 Sarah KEMP 71 69 72 -1 212 € 1,635.00
40 Felicity JOHNSON 72 68 72 -1 212 € 1,635.00
40 Katerina VLASINOVA 72 68 72 -1 212
46 Sally WATSON 72 69 72 E 213 € 1,525.00
46 Camilla LENNARTH 71 71 71 E 213 € 1,525.00
46 Isabella RAMSAY 72 70 71 E 213 € 1,525.00
49 Charlotte THOMPSON 69 73 72 1 214 € 1,431.25
49 Malene JORGENSEN 69 72 73 1 214 € 1,431.25
49 Stacy Lee BREGMAN 72 70 72 1 214 € 1,431.25
49 Diana LUNA 71 71 72 1 214 € 1,431.25
53 Nina HOLLEDER 69 73 73 2 215 € 1,325.00
54 Lea KLIMENTOVA 69 73 74 3 216
55 Sophie SANDOLO 73 68 78 6 219 € 1,275.00
CUT
56 Lynn CARLSSON 70 73 1 143
56 Csilla LAJTAI-ROZSA 69 74 1 143
56 Marion RICORDEAU 71 72 1 143
56 Holly AITCHISON 72 71 1 143
60 Victoria LOVELADY 74 70 2 144
60 Marie FOURQUIER 73 71 2 144
60 Lauren TAYLOR 70 74 2 144
60 Kelsey MACDONALD 73 71 2 144
60 Bonita BREDENHANN 75 69 2 144
60 Emma GODDARD 67 77 2 144
60 Leigh WHITTAKER 69 75 2 144
60 Pamela PRETSWELL 72 72 2 144
60 Maria BEAUTELL 71 73 2 144
60 Klara SPILKOVA 72 72 2 144
60 Rebecca SORENSEN 75 69 2 144
60 Laura JANSONE 73 71 2 144
72 Minea BLOMQVIST 71 74 3 145
72 Sharmila NICOLLET 76 69 3 145
72 Nina MUEHL 76 69 3 145
72 Karolina VLCKOVA 74 71 3 145
72 Elina NUMMENPAA 73 72 3 145
72 Anne VAN DAM 73 72 3 145
72 Becky BREWERTON 72 73 3 145
72 Margherita RIGON 72 73 3 145
72 Linda HENRIKSSON 74 71 3 145
72 Maha HADDIOUI 70 75 3 145
72 Cathryn BRISTOW 71 74 3 145
83 Steffi KIRCHMAYR 74 72 4 146
83 Mireia PRAT 73 73 4 146
83 Emma CABRERA-BELLO 73 73 4 146
83 Holly CLYBURN 70 76 4 146
83 Julia DAVIDSSON 72 74 4 146
83 Ashleigh SIMON 68 78 4 146
83 Lien WILLEMS 71 75 4 146
83 Louise FRIBERG 74 72 4 146
83 Vikki LAING 72 74 4 146
83 Stacey KEATING 75 71 4 146
93 Lucie ANDRE 80 67 5 147
93 Valentine DERREY 73 74 5 147
93 Carly BOOTH 72 75 5 147
93 Sara KOUSKOVA 72 75 5 147
97 Karolin LAMPERT 72 76 6 148
97 Rebecca CODD 73 75 6 148
97 Josephine JANSON 73 75 6 148
97 Caroline ROMINGER 74 74 6 148
97 Ariane PROVOT 75 73 6 148
97 Johanna BJORK 72 76 6 148
103 Marie LUNACKOVA 78 71 7 149
103 Lucie HINNEROVA 73 76 7 149
103 Nobuhle DLAMINI 74 75 7 149
103 Amber RATCLIFFE 75 74 7 149
103 Kiran MATHARU 71 78 7 149
103 Laurette MARITZ 72 77 7 149
103 Klara KAMINSKA 74 75 7 149
110 Anais MAGGETTI 77 73 8 150
110 Virginia ESPEJO 78 72 8 150
110 Emma WESTIN 78 72 8 150
110 Caroline AFONSO 75 75 8 150
110 Kristyna FRYDLOVA 75 75 8 150
115 Anna Christina KINDGREN 80 71 9 151
115 Marika VOSS 74 77 9 151
115 Georgina SIMPSON 77 74 9 151
115 Melanie MAETZLER 73 78 9 151
119 Sarah-Jane BOYD 79 74 11 153
119 Melodie BOURDY 79 74 11 153
119 Hana RYSKOVA 78 75 11 153
122 Hannah RALPH 75 79 12 154
122 Eva KOZELUHOVA 76 78 12 154
122 Laura MURRAY 77 77 12 154
122 Katerina KRASOVA 75 79 12 154
126 Stephanie NA 78 80 16 158
127 Suzanne DICKENS 77 82 17 159
127 Sandra CARLBORG 78 81 17 159
127 Kristyna ABRAHAMOVA 77 82 17 159
130 Julie GRECIET 33 6 33
131 Daisy NIELSEN 71 60 9 131
132 Sideri VANOVA 86 15 86

 

Preview

DATES: August 07-09
SITE:  Golf Park Pilsen
PRIZE MONEY: €250,000
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