On a convincing final day at the Centurion Club, it was Team Cowan who took the team award and Marianne Scarbnord who won the individual award.
Team Kwan and Marianne Scarbnord receive honors in the Aramco Team Series
On a final day with more twists and turns than a roller coaster, it was Olivia Kwan’s team that took the three-shot win in the team event.
The team, which consisted of Kwan, Diksha Dagar, Sarina Schmidt and Andrew Kelsey, was trailing in ninth.
It was before an infamous hiatus on the thirteenth was caused by the captain of the team, Quan, causing the tide to swing in their favour.
She left a wedge with her third shot in Bar 5, Cowan’s shot on the trailing edge of the green, spins close to 10 feet and finds the bottom of the hole to celebrate much of her teammates and fans surrounding the hole.
Dagar was also making successive sparrows on the fifteenth and sixteenth, the captain Kwan She will be the number 17 bird to give her team a two-shot margin in the first round to the finish.
With Dagar producing its third birdie on the fourth hole, the team fell to the Cowan team, with Germany winning their first women’s European Tour victory.
“We all had a great time this week which is really what this event is all about. Sharing this win with this team means the world,” said emotional Kwan, hugging her teammates and best friend Schmidt.
To add more drama to an already cheerful day, Marian Scarbnord He defeated one of golf’s brightest future stars, Athaya Titikul, in a two-hole playoff.
18 years thistle She looked like she was on track to secure her fourth European Tour title after being five times subpar and three clear shots through 10 holes. That was until the successive chariots derailed their momentum.
Skarpnord, on the other hand, was pounced, making a trio of birders at 15, 16 and 17 to put her in pole position with the 18-year-old Thai.
However, despite being in a prime position below the latter, Skarpnord split its approach to the bunker, only recovering from finding the trailing edge of the greens.
But the 35-year-old went on to throw a stunning soccer hole, saving her a playoff with a player who was almost half her age.
With the first hole cut in half with Bars, Scarbenward would win the second out of the question, digging a downhill birdie from right to left for individual accolades and her fifth title on the Women’s European Tour.
“I feel like I’ve been going to play well for a while and the funny thing is I didn’t even know I was going to play a playoff because for us this week it was just about the team.
“We had a good atmosphere in our group and I think this was the best week of the tour ever! It was so much fun.”
The Aramco Team Series It now travels to Sotogrande, Spain, August 5-7, with more details to be released soon.