Tuesday, December 18, 2018

ALL THE SCORES AT THE LADIES EUROPEAN TOUR FINAL Q SCHOOL IN MOROCCO

BRONTE LAYS DOWN THE LAW: RECORD-EQUALLING 62 INCLUDES NINE BIRDIES IN ROW

By BETHAN CUTLER
Marrakesh, Morocco – December 18: England’s Bronte Law posted a course record-equalling 10-under-par 62 in the third round of Lalla Aicha Tour School at Amelkis Golf Club on Tuesday, which included nine birdies in a row: an all-time record on the Ladies European Tour.


With a 54-hole total of 13-under-par 203 in the 90-hole marathon qualifier, Law, pictured left, ended the day a stroke ahead of Sweden’s Linnea Ström, who posted the 10-under at Amelkis in pre-qualifying last week.
Manon Gidali from France is three strokes further back on nine-under-par.
 
Law lowered by two the previous LET record for the number of consecutive birdies in a round and tied the total number of birdies, with 12.
The 23-year-old from Stockport said that her hot streak included a chip-in on hole seven and tap-ins on holes six and eight.
She said: “I made a good putt on the first hole, so I was pleased with that and then I made bogeys on three and four. Three was a tough pin and I just missed the green and didn’t get up and down, but four kind of irritated me. I was not far from the hole at all and I ended up three-putting. From there, it kick started. I made a birdie on the next hole and started hitting some really close ones. I had three tap-ins, which makes a difference. I started to see a couple of putts go in and once you see some putts go in, you believe that the lines you’re picking are good lines. It was nice to feel confident over the ball.”
Her new caddie, Jeff Brighton, from Scotland, provided significant motivation and she added: “Me and my caddie were bouncing off each other, saying, ‘What do I get if I make three more birdies?’ For every three in a row I get 40 dollars.
 
"So then, he was giving me some banter about it and I had three more. Then he said, ‘Well if we get to seven, we’ll start talking real money.’ Then he said, ‘If you get to nine, then we’ll start talking even more money.’ I said, ‘How much money are we talking here?’ He joked around with me, which always makes it easier out there.
“On the last three holes, he said: ‘For every birdie you make, I’ll give you £20.’ So I birdied two of the last three and made myself a little bit of money out there today. I would have made quite a lot of money in a skins game. It was good. I was playing some good golf and I started to hole some putts, which can make a huge difference. I was pleased with how I played. I played steady and it’s always nice to feel in control of your game.
“It’s the first time we’ve worked together, but he’s going to be working for me next year, so part of the reason I brought him out here was to use this as a good set-up for the year and to get to know each other.”
Another former PING Junior Solheim Cup player, who has The 2019 Solheim Cup in her sights, is 23-year-old Ström,  who had a third round of 68 at Palm Golf Ourika.
She said: “Overall I played very steady today. I started off well but I didn’t make many putts in the beginning so it was a little bit frustrating on the front nine. I made the turn at even par and then got a birdie on 10 and had three more coming in. It was steady and I hit the flag stick on hole number four, so that was fun. I’m looking forward to the next two days. I’m excited to play at Amelkis again because I really like that course, especially after that score last week. I’m going to go out and have fun, with my brother on the bag.”
Gidali was pleased with her 69 at Palm Golf Ourika and said: “I started well but then I think I got a little stressed and the putts just didn’t go in. I finished with a bogey on 16, which is okay, but I’m pretty happy about my round.”
There is one more round to go before the field of 115 players will be cut to the leading 60 and ties. The final round will be played at Amelkis Golf Club on Thursday, when positions will determine playing categories for the 2019 Ladies European Tour.
THE COMPLETE THIRD-ROUNDSCOREBOARD
Par 216 (3x72)

1 Bronte Law ENG 70 (A) 71 (P) 62 (A) 203 -13 F
2 Linnea Strom SWE 70 (P) 66 (A) 68 (P) 204 -12 F
3 Manon Gidali FRA 68 (P) 70 (A) 69 (P) 207 -9 F
4 Astha Madan IND 65 (A) 74 (P) 69 (A) 208 -8 F
4 Dulcie Sverdloff ENG 68 (A) 70 (P) 70 (A) 208 -8 F
4 Leona Maguire IRL 68 (A) 70 (P) 70 (A) 208 -8 F
4 Sian Evans ENG 68 (P) 68 (A) 72 (P) 208 -8 F
8 Emilie Alonso FRA 73 (A) 69 (P) 67 (A) 209 -7 F
9 Lejan Lewthwaite RSA 75 (P) 68 (A) 67 (P) 210 -6 F
9 Stefania Avanzo ITA 73 (P) 67 (A) 70 (P) 210 -6 F
11 Kiran Matharu ENG 73 (A) 73 (P) 65 (A) 211 -5 F
11 Ainil Bakar MAS 70 (A) 71 (P) 70 (A) 211 -5 F
11 Rachael Taylor SCO 71 (A) 70 (P) 70 (A) 211 -5 F
11 Emma Grechi FRA 71 (P) 67 (A) 73 (P) 211 -5 F
11 Esther Henseleit GER Am 68 (P) 69 (A) 74 (P) 211 -5 F
11 Lauren Horsford ENG 66 (A) 72 (P) 73 (A) 211 -5 F
17 Sarah Nilsson SWE 74 (A) 70 (P) 68 (A) 212 -4 F
17 Niina Liias FIN 71 (A) 72 (P) 69 (A) 212 -4 F
17 Vikki Laing SCO 75 (A) 68 (P) 69 (A) 212 -4 F
17 Nobuhle Dlamini SWZ 73 (A) 70 (P) 69 (A) 212 -4 F
17 Filippa Moerk SWE 70 (A) 72 (P) 70 (A) 212 -4 F
22 Maria Hernandez ESP 68 (A) 74 (P) 71 (A) 213 -3 F
22 Leslie Cloots BEL 69 (P) 67 (A) 77 (P) 213 -3 F
24 Kim Metraux SUI 72 (A) 71 (P) 71 (A) 214 -2 F
24 Sarina Schmidt GER Am 70 (A) 72 (P) 72 (A) 214 -2 F
24 Elina Nummenpaa FIN 72 (P) 71 (A) 71 (P) 214 -2 F
27 Ines Lescudier FRA 74 (P) 73 (A) 68 (P) 215 -1 F
27 Maria Palacios ESP 76 (P) 69 (A) 70 (P) 215 -1 F
27 Savannah Vilaubi USA 70 (P) 74 (A) 71 (P) 215 -1 F
30 Elizabeth Mallett ENG 77 (A) 69 (P) 70 (A) 216 Par F
30 Alison Muirhead SCO Am 73 (A) 73 (P) 70 (A) 216 Par F
30 Manuela Carbajo Re ARG 73 (P) 71 (A) 72 (P) 216 Par F
30 Rosie Davies ENG 74 (P) 69 (A) 73 (P) 216 Par F
30 Tvesa Malik IND 71 (P) 69 (A) 76 (P) 216 Par F
35 Vani Kapoor IND 70 (A) 76 (P) 71 (A) 217 +1 F
35 Laura Murray SCO 74 (P) 73 (A) 70 (P) 217 +1 F
35 Sophia Zeeb GER Am 74 (P) 73 (A) 70 (P) 217 +1 F
35 Gudrun Bjorgvinsdottir ISL 73 (A) 72 (P) 72 (A) 217 +1 F
35 Frida Gustafsson Spang SWE 74 (A) 74 (P) 69 (A) 217 +1 F
35 Gemma Clews ENG 70 (A) 75 (P) 72 (A) 217 +1 F
35 Chloe Leurquin BEL 72 (A) 71 (P) 74 (A) 217 +1 F
35 Sofie Bringner SWE 69 (A) 73 (P) 75 (A) 217 +1 F
35 Nadine Dreher AUT 71 (P) 68 (A) 78 (P) 217 +1 F
44 Verena Gimmy GER Am 72 (A) 74 (P) 72 (A) 218 +2 F
44 Emilie Piquot FRA 71 (A) 75 (P) 72 (A) 218 +2 F
44 Isobel Wardle ENG Am 69 (A) 76 (P) 73 (A) 218 +2 F
44 Melanie Maetzler SUI 75 (P) 72 (A) 71 (P) 218 +2 F
44 Luisa Dittrich GER 72 (P) 75 (A) 71 (P) 218 +2 F
44 Maria Beautell ESP 75 (P) 73 (A) 70 (P) 218 +2 F
44 Amanda Jakobsson SWE 72 (P) 73 (A) 73 (P) 218 +2 F
44 Agathe Sauzon FRA 73 (P) 71 (A) 74 (P) 218 +2 F
44 Rochelle Morris ENG 69 (P) 73 (A) 76 (P) 218 +2 F
44 Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso ITA 72 (P) 69 (A) 77 (P) 218 +2 F
44 Diksha Dagar IND 70 (A) 71 (P) 77 (A) 218 +2 F
55 Charlotte Leathem ENG 70 (A) 75 (P) 74 (A) 219 +3 F
55 Jane Turner SCO 74 (A) 74 (P) 71 (A) 219 +3 F
55 Isabella Deilert SWE 74 (P) 71 (A) 74 (P) 219 +3 F
55 Annelie Sjoholm SWE 70 (P) 74 (A) 75 (P) 219 +3 F
55 Sideri Vanova CZE 77 (A) 72 (P) 70 (A) 219 +3 F
55 Mariell Bruun NOR 71 (P) 72 (A) 76 (P) 219 +3 F

61 Caroline Rominger SUI 72 (A) 76 (P) 72 (A) 220 +4 F
61 Matilde Stenqvist SWE Am 77 (P) 70 (A) 73 (P) 220 +4 F
61 Mathilda Cappeliez FRA 70 (A) 75 (P) 75 (A) 220 +4 F
61 Mina Nakayama JPN 76 (P) 71 (A) 73 (P) 220 +4 F
61 Katharina Keilich GER Am 74 (A) 75 (P) 71 (A) 220 +4 F
61 Emma Westin SWE 75 (P) 75 (A) 70 (P) 220 +4 F
67 Clara Pietri SUI 75 (P) 70 (A) 76 (P) 221 +5 F
67 Georgia Iziemgbe Oboh NGR 78 (A) 73 (P) 70 (A) 221 +5 F
69 Nina Pegova RUS 72 (A) 76 (P) 74 (A) 222 +6 F
69 Chloe Williams WAL 75 (A) 73 (P) 74 (A) 222 +6 F
69 Hannah McCook SCO Am 75 (A) 74 (P) 73 (A) 222 +6 F
69 Ayaka Nakayama JPN 77 (A) 72 (P) 73 (A) 222 +6 F
69 Anna Appert Lund SWE 75 (A) 79 (P) 68 (A) 222 +6 F
69 Luiza Altmann BRA 75 (P) 78 (A)
69 (P) 222 +6 F 75 Pasqualle Coffa NED Am 73 (A) 74 (P) 76 (A) 223 +7 F
75 Rachel Raastad NOR 72 (P) 74 (A) 77 (P) 223 +7 F
75 Camilla Hedberg ESP 74 (A) 71 (P) 78 (A) 223 +7 F
75 My Leander SWE 75 (P) 74 (A) 74 (P) 223 +7 F
75 Sharmila Nicollet IND 75 (P) 75 (A) 73 (P) 223 +7 F
75 Saaniya Sharma IND 75 (A) 77 (P) 71 (A) 223 +7 F
75 Rina Tatematsu JPN Am 77 (P) 76 (A) 70 (P) 223 +7 F
82 Alazne Urizar VEN 75 (P) 72 (A) 77 (P) 224 +8 F
82 Anna Magnusson SWE 76 (P) 71 (A) 77 (P) 224 +8 F
82 Andrea Jonama ESP 73 (P) 73 (A) 78 (P) 224 +8 F
82 Anais Maggetti SUI 74 (A) 76 (P) 74 (A) 224 +8 F
82 Sarah-Jane Boyd ENG 74 (P) 78 (A) 72 (P) 224 +8 F
82 EunJung Ji S KOR 80 (A) 73 (P) 71 (A) 224 +8 F
88 Rachael Goodall ENG 76 (A) 71 (P) 78 (A) 225 +9 F
88 Ivon Reijers ESP 75 (A) 73 (P) 77 (A) 225 +9 F
88 Carolin Kauffmann GER Am 77 (P) 72 (A) 76 (P) 225 +9 F
88 Anais Meyssonnier FRA 73 (P) 76 (A) 76 (P) 225 +9 F
88 Tiia Koivisto FIN 78 (P) 72 (A) 75 (P) 225 +9 F
93 Laura Sedda ITA 75 (P) 73 (A) 78 (P) 226 +10 F
93 Georgia Price ENG 76 (A) 73 (P) 77 (A) 226 +10 F
95 Alice Barbieri ITA 75 (A) 75 (P) 77 (A) 227 +11 F
95 Lucie Hinnerova CZE 75 (P) 75 (A) 77 (P) 227 +11 F
95 Sarah Gee ENG Am 77 (A) 75 (P) 75 (A) 227 +11 F
95 Therese Nerpin SWE 77 (A) 76 (P) 74 (A) 227 +11 F
95 Stina Resen NOR 75 (P) 77 (A) 75 (P) 227 +11 F
100 Lara Plachetka-pohl FRA 80 (P) 70 (A) 78 (P) 228 +12 F
100 Ridhima Dilawari IND 72 (A) 80 (P) 76 (A) 228 +12 F
100 Heather Stirling SCO 74 (A) 78 (P) 76 (A) 228 +12 F
100 Tina Mazarino NOR Am 79 (P) 72 (A) 77 (P) 228 +12 F
100 Marion Duvernay FRA 75 (A) 80 (P) 73 (A) 228 +12 F
105 Sophie Lamb ENG 78 (P) 71 (A) 80 (P) 229 +13 F
105 Inci Mehmet ENG 76 (P) 77 (A) 76 (P) 229 +13 F
105 Marta Munoz Jimenez ESP 81 (P) 72 (A) 76 (P) 229 +13 F
105 Leonor Bessa POR 83 (P) 73 (A) 73 (P) 229 +13 F
109 Brittney-fay Berger RSA 79 (A) 75 (P) 76 (A) 230 +14 F
110 Shannon Flynn ENG 75 (P) 79 (A) 78 (P) 232 +16 F
111 Hikaru Teranishi JPN 75 (P) 76 (A) 82 (P) 233 +17 F
112 Eva Baraschi SUI 74 (P) 80 (A) 80 (P) 234 +18 F
113 Luan Skeates ENG 80 (A) 80 (P) 77 (A) 237 +21 F
114 Christina Gloor SUI Am 84 (P) 77 (A) 79 (P) 240 +24 F
115 Hayley Davis ENG 76 (A) 81 (P) retired

THE LEADING 60 PLAYERS AND TIES AFTER FOUR ROUNDS WILL  
QUALIFY FOR THE FIFTH (FINAL) ROUND.

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