The Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open is proving to be a good preparation for the days ahead of the AIG Women’s Open. A tournament co-sanctioned by the LPGA and LET, the Dumbarni course has several points to consider.
6⃣3⃣@allymc10 Fires a new course record 63 (-9) and sets a clubhouse goal at -11. what is round#RaiseOurGame | #TGWSO pic.twitter.com/0Ta35Uv1K5
— Ladies European Tour (@LETgolf) August 15, 2021
During this final round of the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, Ryan’ Tool gave us an impressive game. The American signs a spectacular 64 (-8), missing a single fairway (13/14) and taking all the greens into regulation.
4 birdies out of 4 by 5 for a total of 8 birdies this Sunday, allowing her to win her first win on the LPGA. The 34-year-old has returned to the world’s top 100 (71st) with the title in Scotland.
Athaya Thitikul and Lydia Ko both finished second at 3 strokes-14 with wins.
The New Zealander and recent bronze medalist at the Tokyo Games signed the best card this Sunday: 63 (-9) 7 birdies as well as an eagle on 4 for 17.
Athaya Thitikul holds the lead in the Race to Costa del Sol with this second place.
Céline Boutier finished 7th overall at 9. She returned 68 (-4) in this last round, 5 birdies against 1 bogey.
Perrin Delacour and Céline Herbin also passed the cut, finishing 22nd (-6) and 31st (-4) respectively.
They are both playing 70 this Sunday.
Meet on the dreaded Carnoustie course next week for the season’s final major, the AIG Women’s Open.
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