Belgian Imperial Manon De Roey in Bangkok

Manon de Roey Tristan Jones: LET

Author of a perfect last day in the Aramco Team Series in Bangkok, the Belgian Manon De Roey won her first title in the Ladies European Tour (LET). Well classified by teams, the French finish far in individual.

We were waiting patty tavatanakit this Saturday, but the Thai, leader with an advantage of two strokes before the last lap, has failed in this third lap.

The 13th player in the world thus conceded four bogeys in the first 11 holes. And although he managed to rectify the situation in the end, his final 73 (+1) is insufficient to win. Ana Inspiración’s surprise winner last year settle for 3rd place.

The drop in the diet of the resident of LPGA benefited the Belgian number 1, manon de roey. The flamingo did not stop halfway signing a magnificent 66 (-6) without the slightest mistake.

I was very patient to get this first victory that I expected last year.

By equaling the course record, the 30-year-old, who passed through theUniversity of New MexicoWhat Victor Perezwon her first title on the Women’s European Tour.

“It’s a fantastic feeling, I’ve been waiting for this for a long time, I’m very happy”entrusted to the microphone of the Women’s European Tour receiving his trophy.

Manon De Roey here confirms her good form after finishing on the podium of the Madrid Ladies Open In the past week. She is 3 strokes ahead of the Swede. Joan Gustavsson.

“I think it’s because I believe in my game a lot and I stayed very patient to get this first victory that I was hoping for last year, but it will come this year and I’m very happy about it. »

A punctual success after 15 days Mithra Belgian Ladies Open at Naxhelet Golf Club where he will play at home.

Difficult day for Charlotte Liautier

After his second place in the team format, Charlotte Liautier he could hope for a first top-10 finish of his career, or better.

14 before the last round, the player from Saint-Nom-la-Breteche Unfortunately, he had a difficult last day and signed his worst card of the week.

This 77 (+5), including two doubles, forced the rookie to settle for 34th place in the company ofAnne-Charlotte Moraauthor of a good 71 (-1) this Saturday.

Like last week and your beautiful 13th placeit is Agathe Sauzon who has been our best representative. Despite her 74 (+2), she finished 30th and was one step ahead of her compatriots.

emma greechi (+3, 39), Anne-Lise Flow (+4, 41) and Anais Meyssonnier (+5, 47th) remains in the standings while Manon Gidali ends at the back of the package (+11, 60).

Chloe Williams’ somersault

Probably too focused on her routine, the Welsh Chloe Williams did not pay attention to the decoration and fell alone on the billboards. Given her smile, nothing to worry about as she finished 52nd. She also signed the par on this par 3 of 6.

The leaderboard

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