World Amateur Championships, Sweden won

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World Amateur Championships, Sweden won

Italy (Francesca Fiorellini, Carolina Melgrati, Benedetta Moresco) ranked 18th with 584 (151 144 142 147, +12) strokes in the World Amateur Team Championships / Espirito Santo Trophy, that is the Women's World Team Championship which took place on the two courses of Le Golf National (par 71), where the Ryder Cup took place in Guyancourt in 2018, and of the Golf de Saint-Nom-La-Brèteche (par 72), in the city from which this circle is named after, near Paris in France.

World Amateur Championships, results

The tournament was won by Sweden (Meja Ortengren, Ingrid Lindblad, Louise Rydqvist) with 559 strokes (143 134 143 139, -13) who came back from fourth place and got the better of the US team (Rose Zhang, leader of the World Amateur Women's Golf Ranking, Rachel Heck, Rachel Kuehn), who defended the title, same score of 559, but worse difference.

Germany, at the top after three rounds, and Japan (560, -12) with one stroke of delay. In fifth place Spain with 561 (-11), in sixth with 566 (-6) Taiwan and in seventh with 570 (-2) Canada and Scotland. Italy, which played at the Golf de Saint-Nom-La-Brèteche, made a partial of 147 (+3) with Francesca Fiorellini's 72 (par) (four birdies, two bogeys, a double bogey) and with 75 (+3) by Benedetta Moresco (one birdie, four bogeys), while Carolina Melgrati shot 77 (+5).

In the individual classification, Meja Ortengren, the German Helen Briem and Rose Zhang concluded with the same score of 279 (-7). In fourth place with 280 (-6) the Japanese Saki Baba, the Scottish Hannah Darling and Ingrid Lindblad and in seventh with 282 (-6) the Spanish Paula Martin and Cayetana Fernandez and the Taiwanese Hsin-Chun Liao.

At 39th with 293 (+7) Francesca Fiorellini (76 SN 70 GN 75 GN 72 SN), at 48th with 296 (+10) Benedetta Moresco (76 SN 74 GN 71 GN 75 SN) and at 64th with 301 ( +15) Carolina Melgrati (75 SN 78 GN 71 GN 77 SN). With the Italian training, the Technical Director of the FIG National Teams Matteo Delpodio, the Captain Anna Roscio, Team Manager of the National Female Amateur Team, Roberto Zappa, Technical Commissioner of the National Female Amateur Team, and the FIG Delegate Valeria Casilli.