Germany’s Alexandra Forsterling wins Mallorca Ladies Golf Open by five shots from Trichat Cheenglab; Wales’ Chloe Williams led by one ahead of final round but faded on Saturday and finished sixth; Ladies European Tour season concludes next week with Andalucia Open de Espana
Last Updated: 18/11/23 4:34pm
Wales’ Chloe Williams faded on the final day of the Mallorca Golf Open as Germany’s Alexandra Forsterling stormed to her second Ladies European Tour title in three months.
Williams, who was chasing her first career victory, took a one-shot lead into the final round in Spain but carded a four-over 76 to finish in a tie for sixth on five-under, eight behind Forsterling.
The 28-year-old recorded two double bogeys and a bogey on her front nine before two further blemishes coming home on a disappointing afternoon.
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Forsterling shot a faultless five-under 67, with two birdies going out and three gains on her back nine, to end on 13 under, five strokes clear of Race to the Costa del Sol leader Trichat Cheenglab.
Forsterling had secured her maiden Ladies European Tour title at the Swiss Open in September and this second success leaves her fifth on the Race to the Costa del Sol ahead of the final event.
The Ladies European Tour wraps up next week at the Andalucia Open de Espana, live on Sky Sports Golf from Thursday.
The Race to the Costa del Sol – a season-long competition to crown the Ladies European Tour’s number one – will be determined, while the top 70 players will retain their playing rights for next year.
Watch the Andalucia Open de Espana, the final event of the 2023 Ladies European Tour, live on Sky Sports Golf from 3pm on Thursday.
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