LPGA: Ryan O’Toole wins Scottish Open, first career title

LPGA: Ryan O'Toole wins Scottish Open, first career title

Fifa, Scotland – Ryan O’Toole of the United States scored his first win of 228 on the LPGA Tour on Sunday, winning the Scottish Open by three strokes.

After completing his last round at under 8, without committing to any cart, the 34-year-old golfer was doused with champagne and greeted with a kiss from his fiancée, Gina Marra.

“I feel like I’m still in shock and the tears will come later when the dust settles,” O’Toole said. I am excited and happy. After all the hours of work, the headaches, the constant travel, to live the moment? I hope it happens again and again. “

O’Toole (64) closed the tournament minus-17 with a score of 271. Lydia Co took advantage of the hot sun and lack of wind to set a tournament record with a card of 63. allowed him to be in second place with Athaya. Thitikul (66), at minus-14.

“I did well with my put today and had a good round, minus -6. Still, it wasn’t enough for a win, lamented Thitikul. All I know is that I did my best and that I should Proud of myself.”

O’Toole started the day for the first minus-9, with Aria Jutanugarn and Charlie Hull. The American, however, took the lead with a birdie in his first four holes.

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