Thanks to a total of -14 and a birdie on the first playoff hole, it is the 27-year-old Czech player Klara Spilkova who wins this KPMG Women's Irish Open. The first Frenchwoman in the standings finished far from victory, Camille Chevalier with a 35th place and a score of -5.

Klara Spilkova wins in Ireland

Klara Spilkova winner of the KPMG Women's Irish Open – via Twitter @LETgolf

The Ladies European Tour was this week in Ireland on the Dromoland Castle course for the KPMG Women's Irish Open. The 6146-yard course hosted the best European players over four rounds for a total prize pool of €400. After four rounds and at the end of a play-off with three players, it was finally the Czech player Klara Spilkova who won this KPMG Women's Irish Open. The 000-year-old returned a card of 27 (-67) on her last round, a card punctuated by a birdie on her 5nd hole to snatch a place in the playoff.

Opposed to Finland's Ursula Wikstrom and Denmark's Nicole Broch Estrup, the player from the Czech Republic was able to pull out of the game by signing a birdie on the first hole of the play-off to win. She could even have won a victory full of panache if her chip for eagle on this par 5, had not made a comma on the edge of the hole.

With the KPMG Women's Open trophy, Klara Spilkova adds a second line to her record on the Ladies European Tour.

Camille Chevalier finished best Frenchwoman, far from victory, 35th at -5. Agathe Sauzon finishes 45th. Anne-Lise Caudal ranks 46th and Lucie Malchirand 61st.

To find the complete leaderboard of this Irish Open Ladies: click here.

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