A week before the 5th and final Major of the season, we meet in Scotland for the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open. The tournament in Scotland serves as preparation and conditioning for the AIG Women’s Open to be played on the tough course at Carnoustie next week.
144 players started this Thursday and their ground is Scottish Mitchell Thomson who is the best performer with a card of 65 (-7). With an eagle on 2 and two birdies against two bogeys, he passed the first leg at -2. After this he made 5 birdies on his 9 return holes and it was without bogie. -5 This second part of the course takes him to the top of the leaderboard. It is two strokes ahead of the first chasers.
The leaders of the Race to Costa del Sol are 5th in the standings with the tournament opening at 68 (-4).
8 French women are involved in this tournament.
Our first representation, Céline Herbin 69 (-3), is 15th with 6 birdies for 3 bogeys.
Céline Boutier is ranked 24th at 2. After a good start to the game, an eagle on hole 2 and a birdie on holes 4.6 and 7 and a bogey on hole 5, a double on hole 9 brought him to -2. She plays in the PAR on return and signs 70.
Perrin Delacour and Anne-Lys Caudle both played in the PAR.
Agathe Sauzon, Camille Chevalier, and Emma Grecchi are all equal to +4. Lucy Malchirand returns a card of 77 (+5).
The provisional deduction is in the PAR after the first day.
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