Alison Lee has won again on the Ladies European Tour.
Lee, from Valencia and UCLA, shot 7-under-par 65 and coasted to an eight-stroke victory over Carlota Ciganda of Spain in the Aramaco Team Series event Presented by PIF at Rihadh Greens Golf and Country Club in Makkah Province in Saudi Arabia.
“It’s surreal to think I played that well,” said Lee, who also won this event in 2001 in Sotogrande, Spain. “Shooting 11-under-par over the first two days, I’ve obviously never done that before in my career. I’m really happy to be here.
“I feel like for three days I played really confident golf. Coming off a really good week last week. That gave me a lot of confidence coming into this week. “I’m really happy with the composure I was able to keep throughout the round. I didn’t want to embarrass myself by losing a six-shot lead coming into today.
“I’m really happy with the composure I was able to keep throughout the round. I didn’t want to embarrass myself by losing a six-shot lead coming into today. It’s nice to be able to able to play that freely.”
Lee finished with an LET record score of 61-61-65—187, 29-under par, followed by Ciganda at 65-63-67—195, eighth-ranked Charley Hull of England at 65-67-66—198, and Bronte Law of England and UCLA at 69-65-65—199, while fourth-ranked Minjee Lee of Australia shot 63-70-67—200 to tie for sixth with Pernilla Lindberg of Sweden, who wound up at 65-65-70—200.
Top-ranked Lilia Vu of Fountain Valley and UCLA, who claimed her first two major titles this year in the Chevron Championship and the AIG Women’s Open, totaled 68-64-69—201 to tie for eighth with Georgia Hall of England, finished at 69-65-67—201, and Lee-Anne Pace of South Africa, who came in at 67-68-66—201.
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