Linn Grant is ahead of Céline Herbin by a short head

In a very tight final round, Linn Grant (pictured) bagged her fifth career LET title at just 23 years old. Céline Herbin fails two strokes from the winner.


They were two in the lead at the dawn of this last lap of the Jabra open ladies. The Dutch Anne Van Dam failed to beat the course for a third consecutive time with his card in par. Lynn Grant made two better shots this Saturday with his 69 (-2) despite two bogeys on the first six holes.

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But her four birdies on the follow-up, including two on the last four holes, gave the Swede her fifth career title on the LET. The one who cannot honor her card on the LPGA since she is not vaccinated against COVID had obtained her last success at the Skaftö open last August.

Céline Herbin nearby

In the top 5 before the last lap, Celine Herbin has given itself the means to believe in a third career success on the LET. Despite a bogey from the 1st, the golfer from Avranches (50) returned a good card of 68 (-3). Not enough therefore, she fails in second place two shots behind the Swede. This is his first podium on the LET since Lacoste Ladies French Open in 2020.

First top 10 for Anne-Charlotte Mora

A second Habs entered the top 10. However, the start of the gameAnne-Charlotte Mora did not bode well with three bogeys on the first seven holes. But two birdies at the end of the first leg then four on the return, including two to finish, allowed the Nantes woman to finish in tenth place after her last card of 68 (-3).

The amateur Constance Fouillet (+2, 21st) returned a magnificent card of 67 (-4) and fails at the gates of the top 20. She is ahead Nastasia Nadaud (+3, 24th) all at once. For its premiere on the LET at 14, Louise Uma Landgraf finish 39th at +6 with Charlotte Liautier, Agathe Sauzon And Camille Chevalier.

Emma Greci (+7, 47th), the amateur Maylis Lamoure (+10, 57th) and Anais Meyssonnier (+11, 60th) had also passed the cut.


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