Thai teen Atthaya Thitikul positions with the Smyth Salver.

WOBURN: Thai feeling Atthaya Thitikul completed as the leading amateur at the Women’s British Open on Sunday.

With rounds of 73, 68, 70 and 73 she completed the champion in a tie for 29th put on four-under-par 284 to make the Smyth Salver.

This is the 2nd year in a row that Thitikul has actually declared the low amateur honour.

Thitikul, in 2015’s inaugural Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific champ, was among 2 novices to make it at the year’s last significant.

Likewise playing all 4 rounds at Woburn Golf Club was Japan’s Yuka Yasuda, who made her location in the field thanks to her triumph at the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific in April.

Yasuda published rounds of 73, 70, 70 and 77 to end up the champion on two-over par 290 and connected 59th location.

Atthaya, 16, reserved a ticket to Worburn with her win at the 2019 Ladies European Thailand Champion in Pattaya– her 2nd accomplishment in the Ladies European Trip occasion.

” It’s remarkable. I never ever believed that I would be here once again due to the fact that I required to win on the Ladies European Trip to certify into this occasion. It’s remarkable to return here,” stated the Ratchaburi local. “I had a good time. I simply played my video game and I actually took pleasure in every minute.

” Today I struck the ball actually well however the last round was a little bit of a battle with my putter however I had an actually great time here.

” When I play in expert occasions, I get genuine experience and I adjust that to every competition that I play. I simply keep wishing to enhance my video game.”

When Atthaya won the Ladies European Thailand Champion in 2017, she ended up being the youngest ever golf enthusiast to win an expert golf occasion at the age of 14 years, 4 months and 19 days.

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