Ryan O’Toole wins, Céline Boutier in 7th place

#LETWinnerSelfie with Titleist golf ball loyalist Ryan O’Toole who won the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open with his Titleist Pro V1 #RaiseOurGame | #AlwaysBringYourBest

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.

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.

Trust Golf Women's Scottish Open: Ryan O'Toole wins, Céline Boutier

Celine Boutier – photo Alexis Orloff

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.

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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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