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First Professional Title for Amy

Friday, October 14, 2022

England’s Amy Taylor clinched her maiden LETAS win in the final event of the 2022 season after a four-way playoff at the Calatayud Ladies Open.

On an exciting final day at Gambito Golf Club Calatayud, four players were tied at the top of the leaderboard on nine-under-par after 54 holes.

Denmark’s Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen, Swiss amateur Elena Moosmann, England’s Taylor and New Zealand’s Momoka Kobori all headed back down to the ninth hole for the playoff.

And it was the 21-year-old from Norwich who came out on top making a birdie at the par-three ninth to secure her first professional victory.

“It feels really good to win again and to get my first professional victory. Winning in the playoff is extra special because I played against three established players, so I really appreciate this trophy.”

Taylor has had a consistent week in Spain carding a 70 (-2) and 69 (-3) on the first two days before producing a bogey-free 68 (-4) on the final day.

“Playing in the final round with Momoka was already a bit of a match play as we were making birdie putts towards the end of the round and kind of going back and forth.

“This is something I wanted to achieve for a while now. I didn’t win in college in the US so this is just a cherry on top of my first professional season.”

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