Ashleigh Buhai discharged a last round 68 to win the South African Women’s Open by 4 chance ats Steenberg Golf Club.
The 33- year- old South African had actually held a 4- shot lead given that the midway mark as well as preserved that benefit on the last day, rolling in 6 birdies to complete on 22 under the same level for the week to win her residence Open for the fourth time, although the very first time given that 2018.
“It’s always important for me to try and play the SA Women’s Open when I can, unfortunately the scheduling didn’t work out in the last few years with it moving due to Covid, so my goal was to come in here and win this week,” claimedBuhai “I tried to play it down, because it’s a lot of pressure and I knew it was going to be difficult, but now I’ve got it done I’m really happy. I’m sure there will be a celebratory brai tonight! We’ve got a few family and friends here, so it’s going to be nice to be able to share it with them.”
For the 2nd week running, Spain’s Ana Pelaez Trivino ended up second after generating a last round 68 to get to 18- under. Germany’s Chiara Noja ended up a fired back in 3rd after a closing 69, with Argentina’s Magdalena Simmermacher in fourth.
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