Title to Natacha Host Husted, 47th De Martini

For her title the Dane received a check for 6,400 euros out of a prize fund of 40,000 euros

by Andrea Gussoni
Title to Natacha Host Husted, 47th De Martini
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The Danish Natacha Host Husted won with 211 (70 72 69, -2) strokes, the only player to go under par, the PGA Championship Gothenburg, sixth event of the LET Access, second in a row in Sweden, which took place on the course of Albatross GolfKlubb (par 71), in Lerbacksvagen, where Erika De Martini ranked 47th with 228 (74 79 75, +15).

Natacha Host Husted, results

Natacha Host Husted, a 22-year-old from Copenhagen, scored in her seventh race on the tour, her fourth this year. She started the final round at the top together with the German Helen Tamy Kreuzer and after four holes she found herself burdened with three bogeys.

However, she was able to make up for it with five birdies and was two strokes behind her opponent, second with 213 (par), who she shot at 71 (par, three birdies and the same number of bogeys). For her title the Dane received a check for 6,400 euros out of a prize fund of 40,000 euros.

In third place with 216 (+3) the English Mimi Rhodes, the French Ariane Klotz and the Swedish Kajsalotta Svarvar, in sixth with 217 (+4) the Norwegian Tina Mazarino and in seventh with 218 (+5) the Danish Cecilie Finne -Ipsen and the English Lianna Bailey and Nicola Slater.

Erika De Martini always won in the six seasonal races played, with a seventh place (Montauban Ladies Open). Emma Lundgren, 63rd with 156 (+14), Marta Spazzi, 99th with 162 (+20), and Caterina Tatti, 103rd with 163 (+21), made the cut.

The Ladies European Tour is a professional golf tour for women which was founded in 1978. It is based at Buckinghamshire Golf Club near London in England. Like many UK-based sports organisations it is a company limited by guarantee, a legal structure which enables it to focus on maximising returns to its members through prize money, rather than on making profits for investors.

The tour is run by a board of directors and a Players' Council. Most of the players on the tour are European, with members from more than 40 countries internationally. The tour operates tournaments across five continents.