Leader of the first two rounds, he unfortunately missed the young Sara Brentcheneff a little bit to lift the Terre Blanche Ladies Open trophy. It was ultimately the Swede Anna Magnusson who won with a one-shot lead, thanks to a final card of 68 (-4). Charlotte Liautier and Vanessa Bouvet finished in the top 10, 6th and 9th respectively.

Sara Brentcheneff during the Terre Blanche Ladies Open

Sara Brentcheneff during the Terre Blanche Ladies Open – via FFGolf

Sara Brentcheneff came close to triumphing at the Terre Blanche Ladies Open. Leader since the first round, the young 16-year-old player was impressively skilled this week at Terre Blanche. Although she played under par three times, the French team was finally one shot short of winning, a little short on their last round with a card of 71 (-1). Despite everything, she delivered a very good performance by finishing second in this professional tournament, while still being an amateur.

It was ultimately the Swede Anna Magnusson who won thanks to a very good weekend of golf. In par after the first round, she then scored a card of 67 (-5) then 68 (-4) and headed towards victory with a one-shot lead.


Charlotte Liautier, moved down a division for this tournament in France, finished in the top 10 in sixth place. Too bad for Liautier who scored nine bogeys during his week, bogeys which put him out of the fight for victory.

It was definitely the week of French amateur players. Vanessa Bouvet, who had nevertheless returned to her tournament with a delicate day in 75 (+3), finally finished in total par thanks to a birdie on her last hole. She took 9th place in this Terre Blanche Ladies Open.


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