On November 10 to 12 in India – Camille Chevalier claimed her very first victory at DFL Golf and Country Club
‘Ladies European Tour rookie Camille Chevalier produced a back-nine birdie blitz to become a first-time winner at the Hero Women’s Indian Open in Gurgaon.
The 23-year-old from Aix-en-Provence fired five birdies in her last eight holes on the Gary Player-designed Black Knight Golf Course at DLF Golf and Country Club for a final round of 67, to finish at 12-under-par, a stroke clear of the overnight leader Michele Thomson from Scotland.[…]
“I think making the final putt was the only time I felt nervous,”Chevalier said. “It was 65 metres and I hit a 58-degree wedge over the water. I wanted to hit the slope so it would roll back and luckily it did, to around a metre from the flag.”
“I really didn’t get affected by anything, because I didn’t expect that I was going to win. I was more concerned about keeping my card for the LET next year, because I was border line, so I’m really happy to be keeping my card because I was so stressed about it.”
In this tournament, 9 Thailand’s players were competed. 6 of them made into cut. Somehow we managed to rank collectively. Leading the compatriots, Titiya Plucksataporn fired six under-par 210 at ninth. Following by Nontaya Srisawang (72-69-70) and Kanphanitnan Muangkhumsakul (69-72-70), tied at eleventh with a extra shot.