Domination of the German Alexandra Forsterling who with 203 (69 67 67, -13) shots won the Mallorca Ladies Open, the penultimate seasonal race of the Ladies European Tour. On the Golf Son Muntaner course (par 72), in Palma de Mallorca in the Balearic Islands , the German girl preceded the Thai Trichat Cheenglab by five strokes, second with 208 (-8) and the Dutch Anne Van Dam, third with 209 (-7), by six.
In fourth place with 210 (-6) the Swede Caroline Hedwall and the Spanish Marta Sanz Barrio. Among the Italians, good recovery for Alessandra Fanali, who after an uphill start (52nd), thanks to a 72 (par) in the second round and a 71 (-1) in the final round, finished 31st with 218 (75 72 71, +2 ).
The other Italian competing, Virginia Elena Carta, finished 58th with 226 (+10).
Alexandra Forsterling, results
Alexandra Forsterling, a 23-year-old from Berlin who graduated from Arizona State University, celebrated her second success of the season (the first last September at the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open) which adds to a good season which saw her become the protagonist with a 5 ° place in the La Sella Open, a 3rd in the team competition of the Aramco Team Series in Singapore and some top 20.
In his amateur palmares there are also several victories: the European Young Masters both individual and team in 2014 and the three editions of the Berlin Open (2016, 2017 and 2019). For her, a check for 60,000 euros out of a prize pool of 400,000.
The LET remains in Spain for the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de España (23-26 November), where the last competition of the year will be staged at the Real Club de Golf Las Brisas, in Marbella. The Ladies European Tour (LET) is the professional circuit for female golfers (proettes) created in 1979, based in England.
Most of the golfers who participate are European but it is possible to see golfers of non-European nationality, the largest contingent of which is Australian. It is the equivalent of the LPGA for the European continent. Its mission is to organize and set up the various tournaments of the year, these can be organized outside Europe and/or be registered with another circuit (such as the Evian Masters which is also registered on the LPGA Tour).
Source: Tennis World USA