Morgane Metraux secured victory at the Jabra


Swiss golfer Morgane Metraux secured victory at the Jabra Ladies Open with a total score of 203 (67 64 72, -10), edging out compatriot Chiara Tamburlini and France’s Agathe Sauzon by three strokes, who finished tied for second with 206 (-7).

Morgane Metraux, results

The tournament, part of the Ladies European Tour, took place at the Evian Resort Golf Club (par 71) in Evian-les-Bains, France, the venue for the upcoming Amundi Evian Championship, a Major event scheduled from July 11th to 14th. Alessandra Fanali finished 32nd with a total of 218 (76 71 71, +5), while Virginia Elena Carta, the other Italian participant, missed the cut, finishing 68th with a score of 149 (75 74, +7).

Metraux, a 27-year-old from Lausanne, claimed her second title on the tour (following her victory at the Ladies Italian Open in 2022) in her 28th appearance. She took the lead after 36 holes with a remarkable 64 (-7), the best score of the round and the event, establishing a six-stroke advantage over Sauzon. She then managed her lead carefully in the final round, avoiding unnecessary risks.

In fourth place with a score of 209 (-4) was Irish golfer Lauren Walsh, followed by Czech Klara Davidson Spilkova, New Zealander Momoka Kobori, and German Aline Krauter tied for fifth with 210 (-3). Swedish golfers Johanna Gustavsson and Moa Folke finished tied for eighth with 211 (-2). Metraux received a prize of €45,000 from a total purse of €300,000.

Next week, the LET will head to Sweden for the Dormy Open Helsingborg (May 31st – June 2nd) in Helsingborg, where Virginia Elena Carta will compete with the aim of qualifying for the Olympic tournament in Paris.

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