The Argentine golfer Magdalena Simmermacher completed a good task and shared the tenth place in the French Women's Open, delivering yesterday a car
The Argentine golfer Magdalena Simmermacher completed a good task and shared the tenth place in the French Women’s Open, delivering yesterday a card of 72 strokes and adding 208 after the three days of competition (5 under par).
It was the worst lap of Argentina: he had just made 68 hits in the two previous days and came with chances to the definition.
The champion was the Moroccan Inés Laklalech, who did 68 yesterday and accumulated 199 (-14).
She shared first place with England’s Meghan MacLaren and won the first playoff hole. Laklalech, a brand new professional, became the first Arab and North African player to win a Ladies European Tour title.
The French Open was played at the Barriere Club in the city of Deauville and distributed 325 thousand euros in prizes.
With only five tournaments to go until the end of the season, Simmermacher remains in fifth place in the Race to the Costa del Sol (annual ranking), with a total of 1,492.21 units.
The Swedish Linn Grant (3,353.91), Maja Stark (3,192.64) and Johanna Gustavsson (1,844.63) lead.