Bronte Law of England shot a final round of 71 to win the $1M ARAMCO Team Series – London on the Ladies’ European Tour (LET) at the Centurion Club in St Albans, southern England.
Law, the winner of the 2021 Dubai Moonlight Classic at Emirates Golf Club’s Faldo Course at LET, had a brilliant 4, 3, 3, finish; Birdie, birdie, par, eagle, she saw the title in one shot at nine under par for the 54-hole tournament.
Georgia Hall (Eng) finished a close finish after a final round of 71, and last week’s Volvo Car Scandinavian Masters winner Linn Grant (Swe) shot seven birdies in her final eight holes to shoot a 30 back nine , an 18-hole score of 69 to finish third with Charley Hull (Eng), another shot back as a solo fourth.
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Second round leader Hayley Davis (Eng) struggled in the final group of the day to finish tied 9th with 217 on the par 73, 6,372 yard course.
Dubai-based LET pro Kristyna Napoleaova (Czech Republic) shot a six over par, three birdie 79s and tied for 56th place.
After her round, Napoleaova said: “Once again I struggled on and around the greens, the story of my week. The greens were 11.9 feet on the simpmeter. I had so many three putts today I almost lost count, maybe those greens just weren’t for me but overall I’m happy to see my overall game is back where I want it to be.”
In the team event, which ended in a tie after 36 holes yesterday, Team Garcia, with Nicola Garcia (RSA) as the team’s selected player, won the play-off that was postponed for 24 hours and took place after Law sank her winning putt on the same 18th green this afternoon.
Team Napoleaova, with Captain Kristyna and pros Virginia Elena Carter (Italy) and Manon Gidali (Fr), along with invited amateur Gillian O’Gorman, finished the Fourball in 8th place.
Next week Kristyna will play on the LET at her home tournament in the Czech Republic.
“I’m really looking forward to playing next week’s €200,000 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open at Beroun Golf Club which starts on Friday. I checked the entry list today and there are 15 home nation players in the field including myself. With the full field of 132 players, that’s over 11% of the field, only two of us from the Czech Republic were in the field this week: Tereza Melecka, who finished 16th, and myself. It really advances the game,” concluded Napoleaova.