An incredible success for the Spanish Ana Peláez. A nightmare for Agathe Sauzon…

Invited by the organization of the Madrid Ladies Open, Ana Peláez, 24, achieved the feat of winning with a total score of -23 (265), six shots ahead of the Swedish Linnea Strom. Only second after 54 holes and in a position to win her first victory on the Ladies European Tour (LET), Agathe Sauzon broke down in the last part signing a lousy 76 (+4). The Frenchwoman finished 13th with -10 (278).

A very beautiful story has just been written this Sunday in the northern suburbs of Madrid about the Jarama-RACE Golf Clubhost of this Madrid Ladies Open 2022. Benefiting from an invitation from the organization, Ana Pelaez24 years old, just won his first tournament as a professional in the Women’s European Tour (LET).

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A deserved victory since the Andalusian dominated almost from start to finish the four laps of this test that marked the great return of the LET to the Old Continent. After taking the lead on Saturday thanks to a whopping 63 (-9) with no errorsCourse record, please, confirmed this Sunday by scoring a no less solid 66 (-6), again devoid of the slightest deletion.

In 72 holes, he conceded only three bogeys (during the first round completed in 69) to simultaneously hit two eagles and twenty-two birdies. All in front of all his family and closest friends… Her total score of -23 (265) leaves the Swedish Linnea Strom, 64 (-8) today, six points behind. the slovenian Pia Babnickthe belgian manon roythe american gabriela then and the young fan from Madrid, Cayetana Fernandezcompletes the podium in -15 (273).

A cruel Sunday for Agathe Sauzon

Second after a superb Mobile Day without bogey (65) and three lengths from Ana Peláez, Agathe Sauzon On the other hand, he lived through a real nightmare, signing a terrible 76 (+4) weighted by five bogeys against just one birdie. La Valentinoise, called in the last game and looking for a first success in the LET, is even the only one to return a card above pair inside the top 15. They finish 13th with -10 (278).

Maylis Lamoure70 (-2) in this last lap, he is 25th with -5 (283) ahead Anne-Lise Flow (38 to -2) and Emi Peronin (60 to +6).

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