Another edition of Trust the Women’s Scottish Open Golf Championship, in Scotlandwhich happened before the British Open, where players were LPGA They are preparing to take on the famous links-style training sessions that used to be played in the UK in which Japan’s Ayaka Furue took her first win of the round with a cumulative throw of -21.
Furue scored his dream in the fourth and final round with ten birds and made no mistake in signing a 62-shot card, ten below par. After celebrating the best day of the week, the Japanese jumped to the top of the rankings and beat the French by three strokes Celine Potter, Which although he had had a great week, the fourth round of 69 shots wasn’t enough for him.
On the other hand, Mexican Gabi Lopez He finished off a good weekend with another round of 69 strokes, three unders, which despite having several ups and downs with double bogey, three bogey, six bird and an eagle, managed to make a small jump on the board and finish the championship tied for 18th with a score Cumulative -10, and completed four solid days in red in the week leading up to the fifth and final. A major tournament.
Ortiz is 4th in the 3rd LIV golf event
While in Bedmeister, New Jersey, the third phase of the . program was Leaf golf where swede Henrik Stenson He secured the title on his debut as a new member of the new tour, and concluded the week with two runs under par, 69 strokes, to end a multi-year drought without a title and validate his decision to join. Leaf golf Despite losing the captaincy of the European team for the upcoming Ryder Cup.
With -11 cumulative hits, Stinson won by two Matthew Wolff and Dustin Johnson with -9.
Mexican Carlos Ortiz He had another good week in his second event of the new round and finished fourth with a total of -8 strokes for the championship. The guy from Guadalajara had the third and final round of three subpar shots, 68 shots, during which he was able to contribute another good card to his “Fireballs GC” team, who finished third with a total of -12 hits.
for this part, Abraham Anser He failed to get his match back in the last round and by 72 rounds, one above par, his card was cleared for the second day in a row.
In the team event, Dustin Johnson’s “4 Aces” earned their second straight win with a total of -25 shots and a big eight shot difference over “Majestics” Lee Westwood.
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