Klára Spilková


Klára Spilková

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16.04.2017Klára Spilková becomes first Czech woman to win on Ladies ......

The 22-year-old from Prague fired a final round of 66 on the Blue Course at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam – which tied the best round of the week with Georgia Hall – and came from four strokes back to claim her first win with a 72-hole total of eight-under-par 280.
Overnight leader Pettersen had a 15-foot birdie putt to tie on the 18th green, but her effort came up just short.
Spilková, who represented the Czech Republic in the Olympic Games in August, was meditating on the practice putting green when she learned the news and she said: “I’m so happy, it’s crazy.”
This was her first start on the LET in 2017, although she warmed up with a fourth-place finish in the Terre Blanche Ladies Open on the LET Access Series last week.
“I just took almost a two month break to work on myself more than anything else. I didn’t play much golf. I was trying to get my mind in the right place and it worked. I feel much better than last year. The hardest challenge is always your ego. I just won for myself, because I felt no ego. I can’t believe it. It’s just great. I don’t really have any emotions now.”
The seventh-year LET member first played in the tournament as a 16-year-old rookie in 2011, the year that her friend and mentor, Zuzana Kamasova, from Slovakia, won the title in Agadir to become the LET’s first winner from Eastern Europe.
Spilková said: “I was thinking about Zuzana as I walked down the 18th and I’m going to call her tonight.” With a first prize cheque of 67,500 euros, she will now move to the top of the LET Order of Merit.
Pettersen signed off with a 71. Having started the final round with a two-stroke lead, she was quickly caught by Annabel Dimmock, who birdied the first two holes to tie at six-under. The world number 17, Pettersen re-established her lead with a birdie on the long sixth, but then bogeyed the 10th and 15th.
Spilková made her fifth birdie of the day at the 13th to tie for the lead and then made a birdie putt of six feet on hole-14 to grab a one stroke advantage.
Pettersen made a long birdie putt on 17 but missed her chance at the final hole. She said: “Obviously I’m very disappointed not to win. I didn’t have my best game from tee to green and it’s cost me this tournament. I had a putt on the last, which ended short. It was in my hands to at least get into a play-off. I kept the hope alive with a birdie on 17 but when you shoot 66 on Sunday you should be there or thereabouts to win the tournament so credit to Spilkova.”
Dimmock signed off with a 70 to end in third place on six-under-par, while fellow Englishwoman Georgia Hall’s 66 saw her tie for fourth with Felicity Johnson on four-under.
Dimmock said: “I feel a bit disappointed but overall, I’m pleased with my week. I was pretty pleasantly surprised, but I got better every day with my swing. Even today, I didn’t hit it well off the tee, but I didn’t let it get me down. It was amazing for me to play with Suzann and I learned a lot and next time I’m in this situation I will be less nervous.”
There were also top-10 finishes for Karolin Lampert and Noora Tamminen, who were sixth and seventh respectively, while the defending champion Nuria Iturrios tied for eighth with Agathe Sauzon and Carly Booth.
Sweden’s Jenny Haglund was the best LET Rookie, in a tie for 11th position and the halfway leader Lydia Hall tied for 14th.

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13.05.2016Czech Republic Olympic Hopeful Accepts Special Exemption To ......

Spilková, 21, is the top-ranked player from the Czech Republic in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings and at age 16 was the youngest player to receive full membership on the Ladies European Tour. This will be Spilková’s first major- championship appearance in the United States. On track to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics, Spilková has competed in the past three Ricoh British Open Championships and the 2015 Evian Championship.
She joins an elite field that includes three-time defending champion Inbee Park, World No. 1 Lydia Ko, and American hopefuls Lexi Thompson and Stacy Lewis.

The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship — a collaboration between the PGA of America, KPMG and the LPGA Tour — continues the rich tradition of the LPGA Championship. Broadcast in partnership with NBC and Golf Channel, the Championship offers a purse among the highest in women’s golf. The event combines an annual major golf championship with the KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit and an ongoing charitable initiative – all focused on the development, advancement, and empowerment of women on and off the golf course.

Golf Channel will televise all four rounds of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, Thursday, June 9 and Friday, June 10, from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. ET; Saturday, June 11, from 5:00-6:00 p.m. ET; and Sunday, June 12, from 6:00-8:30 p.m. ET. NBC coverage of the final two rounds is Saturday, June 11, from 2:00-5:00 ET and Sunday, June 12, from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. ET.
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Spilkova and Leurquin, ranked 42nd and 57th on the Olympic Ranking respectively, will play on The Riou golf course at Terre Blanche Hotel Spa Golf Resort in Provence, which previously hosted the event from 2010-2013.

Spilkova, 21, from Prague, commented: “I think it’s really important to keep playing before the Olympics and that’s why I started my season early in Australia.

“I played at Terre Blanche the first year I was on tour in 2011. It was very nice and I’m looking forward to going back. I’m going to practise more than anything - but of course I will try to win – as I always do!”

Leurquin, 25, who was born in the Olympic Host City of Rio de Janeiro, is a third year member of the Ladies European Tour who is keen to maintain her position on the Ranking in order to qualify for the Games in August.

She will be hoping to recreate the form that led her to win the Mineks Ladies Classic at National Golf Club in Turkey in November 2013, which saw her earn her playing rights for the 2014 Ladies European Tour.

All of the 108 competitors in the field will be aiming to follow the three French players and Englishwoman who have lifted the trophy. The previous winners are Caroline Afonso (2010), Henni Zuel (2011), Marion Ricordeau (2012) and Sophie Giquel-Bettan (2013).

It’s an extremely strong field of competitors and there is every chance of another home winner with the likes of 2014 Turkish Airlines Ladies Open champion Valentine Derrey, two-times Ladies European Tour winner Jade Schaeffer and rising stars Ariane Provot, Isabelle Boineau, Alexandra Vilatte, leading LET rookie Justine Dreher, Anaelle Carnet, Agathe Sauzon and Mathilde Cappeliez.

Although proudly Italian, Cannes-based Diana Luna, who has won five titles on the LET, will bring some local knowledge and is expected to be fiercely competitive in her bid to return onto the Olympic Ranking. Another name to watch will be Maria Parra from Spain, the world’s third ranked female amateur.

The 54-hole tournament will be played in the beauty of the Provence hillside and in close proximity to the Côte d’Azur from Thursday 31st March to Saturday 2nd April 2016.

author: http://www.letaccess.com/news_article.php?id=3474

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