Proposal: From 19 to 22 August at the Carnoustie Golf Links Course in Angus, Scotland, the final Women’s Major of the season will be staged: the AIG Women’s Open. Organized by the LPGA and LET, the tournament will precede the Solheim Cup and will see many of the best athletes in the world fight for the title. Among them is Giulia Molinaro, who is fresh from the cut not passed at the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open but who will try to replicate the performance achieved at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, the third Major played in the season in which she collected. Excellent third place.
Among the favorites are Nelly Korda, number one in the world rankings and gold medalist at the Tokyo Games, as well as a Major (KPMG Women’s PGA Championship) and two other tournaments in 2021. To challenge the Olympic champion will be the season’s other three major winners, Patty Tvatnakit (ANA Inspiration), Yuka Sasso (US Women’s Open) and Minji Lee (Amundi Evian Championship), as well as several former winners of the AIG Women’s Open: Georgia Hall (2018), Aria Jutanugarn (2016), Stacey Lewis (2013), Mo Martin (2014), Caitriona Matthews (2009), Inbee Park (2015), Hinako Shibuno (2019) and Sofia Popov, who will claim their titles in 2020. will protect The winner will cash a check for $1,500,000 out of a total prize pool of $5,000,000, a record in women’s golf history.
Carnoustie Golf Links will host the AIG Women’s Open for the second time in its history. The first was in 2011 when Yani Tseng won. The course is a landmark for golfers from all over the world, especially Italians, as Francesco Molinari won the Open Championship here in 2018. Additionally, the event will also be the last chance for participants to perform before the Solheim Cup, which will be played on September 10–12 at the Inverness Club Course in Toledo, Ohio, United States. Team USA and Europe captains, Pat Hurst and Catriona Matthews, respectively, will formalize the team’s call-up next Monday at the end of the season’s final Major.
Trust women’s open: Ryan O’Toole won the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, a tournament organized by the LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour, with a score of 271 (68), at the Dumbarney Links course (par 72) on the east coast of Fife in Scotland. 71 68 64 , -17) hit a final bogey free lap, which would have allowed her to overtake Tokyo Games silver medalist New Zealander Lydia, and second-placed Thai Athaya Thitikul with 274 (-14). Is. The American thus replaces her compatriot Stacy Lewis, the winner in 2020. Thanks to this success, Ryan O’Toole cashed a $225,000 check on a total prize pool of $1,500,000. In eleven seasons on the top US women’s circuit, she had never progressed beyond third place.
No redemption for Giulia Molinaro, who arrived in Scotland with the intention of returning to play at a higher level after finishing 46th in the Olympic review. The Venetian, however, was unable to cross the cut and his tournament ended with a total score of 149 (73 76 +5) with a 100/o place in the standings.
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