Marjet van der Graaff

Playing in the first round, Angehrn hit 18 greens and made 30 putts. She eagled the par-four third hole when she holed out from 107 metres with a gap wedge and gave took advantage of her birdie opportunities on the sixth, seventh, ninth, 11th, 12th and 14th holes. The only mistake on the score card was a bogey at the fifth.
“I had a great start and I was hitting it solidly. I still left some putts out there though!” said Angehrn. “It was nice to play with Melissa Reid, a good amateur player. She is very talented but she had a bit of bad luck and finished on three-over-par. She was hitting it very nicely though.”

The 72 hole Stage 2, Final Qualifying, runs from Tuesday 21st to Friday 26th October. There will be a cut to the leading 50 players and ties after 54 holes. The leading 30 players will receive category 8 membership of the Ladies European Tour, which will give starts in most full field tournaments. Those players who finish in positions 31-50 and ties will receive membership in category 10b, with some playing restrictions.