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Annabel Dimmock Wins 2019 Jabra Ladies Open

Annabel Dimmock is finally a winner on the Ladies European Tour and LET Access Series. Dimmock, of England, won the Jabra Ladies Open, a joint LET/LETAS tournament, and in so doing collected not only her first win on those tours but a spot in 2019 Evian Championship. Two places in the Evian were up for grabs at the Jabra, and French amateur Pauline Roussin Bouchard, the runner-up to Dimmock, gained the second one. Dimmock turned pro five years ago, but is still only 22 years old. She was one stroke off the lead at the start of the final round, but ended it one stroke in front. View this post on Instagram ICY /// @adidasgolf . . Good to be back in Morocco , some awesome new changes to the course 😍👊🏻 @letgolfA post shared by Annabel Dimmock (@annabeldimmock) on Apr 22, 2019 at 10:27am PDT Dimmock had four birdies on the front nine of her final round, finishing with a 68. Her final score was 7-under 206. The victory boosted Dimmock to 14th on the LET's 2019 Order of Merit. H…

Hot Start to Pro Career for Greta Voelker

Greta Isabella Voelker is having a very good start to her career as a professional golfer in 2019. After winning on an American mini-tour in February, she claimed a win on the LET Access Series in May. Voelker won the LETAS Neuchatel Ladies Championship 2019, which concluded on May 17 at the Neuchatel Golf & Country Club in Saint Blaise, Switzerland. Voelker took the lead after a 67 in the second round that turned out to be the lowest score of the tournament on the difficult course. (It was 10 strokes lower than her first-round score.) With a 72 in the final round, she finished at 3-over 216. But so did Annelie Sjoholm, so they went to a sudden-death playoff. And Greta won it on the first playoff hole. Back in February, Voelker won the Zellwood Station Tournament at 12-under par, an event on the NWGA mini-tour in the States. Greta is from Germany and has played a couple previous LETAS stops as an amateur. That includes a 16th-place finish in 2015, when she was 18, at the Ha…

Nuria Iturrios: Back-to-Back on the LET

Make that back-to-back wins on the Ladies European Tour for Spanish golfer Nuria Iturrios: One week after winning the 2019 Lalla Meryem Cup, Iturrios also won the next LET tournament, the Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic. After winning the Dubai tournament in early May, Iturrios took over the top spot on the LET money list, and it was her third career LET victory. The Dubai Moonlight Classic was played at night, under the light at Emirates Golf Club. Iturrios finished at 10-under 206, winning by one stroke over runners-up Olivia Cowan and Esther Henseleit. In the previous tournament, the Lalla Meryem Cup (completed April 28), Iturrios had a runaway win. She won by seven strokes, finishing at 13-under 279. Iturrios, 23 years old at the time of her two-fer, was born on the island of Mallorca. She turned pro in 2015 and currently splits her time between the Ladies European Tour and the Symetra Tour. Her best finish on the Symetra Tour so far — which she played for the first time in 201…