In Las Vegas, tickets are expensive to play the final stage of the T-Mobile Match Play. After two laps, Céline Boutier crossed the first cut by positioning herself 20th. It will take a good round of golf for the French number 1 to place in the first eight qualifying places for the weekend and play the long-awaited match-play phase. She's three shots away. Weekend for Perrine Delacour and Agathe Laisné 77th and 90th.

Céline Boutier in the running for T-Mobile Match Play qualification

Celine Boutier in action in Las Vegas – Credit: Tristan Jones/LET

We're changing the format this week for the LPGA Tour on the T-Mobile Match Play: three rounds of stroke play then match play!

After two rounds of stroke play, Céline Boutier is still in the race in 20th position at +2. The Ile-de-France resident is only three shots away from the last qualifying place for the match-plays. The leaderboard is very tight after two rounds since the first 23 players are held in just six moves.

Four players are currently in the lead after two rounds with a total of -4: Carlota Ciganda (ESP), Angel Yin (USA), Rose Zhang (USA) and Sei Young Kim (COR).

The star players of the PGA Tour, like Céline Boutier, place themselves in ambush to secure a place for the matches. Lydia Ko and Minjee Lee are 13th one stroke ahead of Céline Boutier, Nelly Korda occupies the same place as our Frenchwoman, and must deliver a good performance to hope to secure a fourth consecutive title. The suspense will be at its height in Las Vegas!

Weekend for Perrine Delacour and Agathe Laisné in Las Vegas. The two French women are eliminated at +12 and +15.

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The T-Mobile Match Play: Boutier, Delacour and Laisné at the start.