Boutier Vic Open win ends long French drought on LPGA Tour

Boutier Vic Open win ends long French drought on LPGA Tour

Boutier Vic Open win ends long French drought on LPGA Tour

An 18th-hole eagle saw Scotsman David Law claim a dramatic one-shot victory at the Vic Open on Sunday.

Law: "It's not something I expected".

"It's massive", said Law, who like Boutier enjoyed a €156,250 payday.

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It was a day of firsts in the final round of the Vic Open at 13th Beach Golf Links on the Bellarine Peninsula near Melbourne with the men's victor, David Law, and the victor of the women's event, Celine Boutier, both winning for the first time on their respective tours. "I knew that I was kind of having a good score at the end and I got a little nervous coming down 18, but yeah, just lucked out".

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South Africa's Justin Harding finished fourth on 16 under with Scotland's David Drysdale and Australians Jason Scrivener and David Bransdon a shot further back.

Ormsby, playing the hole behind, crumbled with a double-bogey on the par-three 17th to give Law the club-house lead when he dragged his tee-shot left and failed to make the green with a chip before missing the bogey putt from about 10 feet.

On the course, things took a turn for the better a year later with a first win on the Challenge Tour in his native land.

Scot David Law won the men's event for his first European Tour success. I'll go home, reflect a little bit on things and reassess.

He added: "We said we were going to try to finish 3-2-4 in the hope that we could get a top-three finish". Then birdie 16, par 17, and going down the last we said we need eagle.

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"Then standing on the 18th fairway, we knew that if you make an eagle, you put a bit of pressure on".

Boutier carded a final-round 72 to hold off Australians Sarah Kemp (65) and Su Oh (74), while Thomas closed with a 69 and overnight leader Kim Kaufman slumped to a 78 to finish four shots adrift.

Boutier wins US$165,000 for her win the total prize pool for both events the same.

"I feel like I've struggled a bit all day with my long game and I just didn't have many birdie opportunities", she said. Now into her second season on the LPGA Tour after a solid first year when 61st on the money list in 2018, Boutier has won events on the Ladies European Tour but this victory elevates her to a new level.

"I'm very happy with the way I handled myself".

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