Lauren Holmey, first career victory on LET



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Lauren Holmey, first career victory on LET

First career victory on LET Access for Dutch amateur Lauren Holmey, who won the Flumserberg Ladies Open. The tournament was held on the course of the Gams-Werdenberg Golf Club (par 72), in Gams in Switzerland, and saw as the absolute protagonist the 2003 amateur class of the Netherlands (but born and raised in France), which with a total of 208 (68 70 70, -8) shots ahead of the German Patricia Isabel Schmidt, second with 209 (-7).

Good performance for Erika De Martini, the best of the four Italians in the race, 6 / a with a score of 212 (70 71 71, -4). An excellent start to the season for the 2000 class, who achieved another good result after 12th place at the Terre Blanche Ladies Open.

Another blue top 10 in this event after the one obtained last year by Virginia Elena Carta (fourth, instead, it was Nina Pegova who won).

Lauren Holmey, results

Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso, winner of the first round of LET Access 2022 and at the top of the merit order of the second European women's circuit, finished in 23rd position with 216 (72 73 71, par) maintaining the leadership of the 'money list' right in front of Lauren Holmey.

Same result for the amateur Sara Berselli (76 72 68), protagonist of a final 68 (-4) round with seven birdies and three bogeys. Martina Flori, on the other hand, did not pass the cut, in her first competition as a professional on the LET Access.

Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso (born 7 March 1996) is an Italian professional golfer playing on the Ladies European Tour. She competed at the 2020 Summer Olympics. Colombotto Rosso played for the Italian National Team and won silver at the 2014 European Girls' Team Championship in Slovakia.

In 2015, she won the Città di Milano Trophy and won both the Italian Stroke-play and Match-play Championships, the first dual female champion in 26 years. At the end of her amateur career, she was 48th in the World Amateur Golf Ranking, 20th in the European, and 2nd in the Italian.

Colombotto Rosso turned professional in late 2016 and joined the 2017 LET Access Series after playing in the Ladies European Tour Qualifying School in December. She played her first major at the 2019 U.S. Women's Open after she won the European qualifier at Buckinghamshire Golf Club, England.