Thanks to a record last lap of 63 (-10), Maja Stark won again this season at this ISPS Handa World Invitational. Pauline Roussin-Bouchard had a solid weekend and finished 22nd in the event. On the men's side, Ewen Ferguson lifts the trophy three strokes ahead.

ISPS Handa World Invitational: Sparkling Maja Stark

Ladies European Tour 2022. ISPS HANDA World Invitational Presented by Aviv Clinics, Galgorm Castle. Northern Ireland. July 11-14th 2022. Maja Stark and Ewen Ferguson. Credit: Tristan Jones/LET

Double winner on the Ladies European Tour during the 2021 season, then again double winner on the LET during this 2022 season, Maja Stark was sparkling during this last day in Ireland. The Swede signs ten birdies on her last lap and a card of 63 (-10). She won five strokes ahead of American Allisen Corpuz and lifted the ISPS Handa World Invitational trophy. This tournament, co-sanctioned by the LET and the American Women's Tour, made Maja Stark a winner on the LPGA Tour.

Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, the only Frenchwoman to have passed the Cut, finished 22nd in this event in Ireland. After a difficult start to the tournament in 75 (+3) on the Massereene Golf Club, she plays all her tricks by beating the course, including a superb 67 (-6) during the moving day. His score of -6 for the tournament allows him to sign a top 25.

Among the gentlemen, a Scotsman wins this event. Ewen Ferguson, with a card of -1 in the last round, and a total score of -12, becomes a double winner on the DP World Tour by winning this ISPS Handa World Invitational. He had established himself earlier in the year by winning the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

No Frenchman passed the last Cut. The best tricolor is Adrien Saddier who finished 39th with a score over three days of +1.

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By Baptiste Laurensou.

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