Norway´s Marita Engzelius returns as defending champion this week in Terre Blanche. We catch up with Marita before the tournament gets underway and find out what she has been up to since the 2018 season...
Norway´s Marita Engzelius claimed the Terre Blanche Ladies Open title in a weather shortened event at the Terre Blanche Resort in Tourrettes on Sunday. Strong winds curtailed the tournament to 36 holes and Engzelius, with a three shot lead going into the final day, took home the trophy.
Norway’s Marita Engzelius produced another solid round of golf to take a commanding lead into the final day at the Terre Blanche Ladies Open in Tourrettes, France. The 30-year-old from Baerum mixed six birdies with three bogeys to sit four ahead of her closest challenger, Ursula Wikstrom of Finland, with an eight under par total.
England’s Meghan MacLaren fired her best score on the Ladies European Tour – a six-under-par 65 – to move to 10-under-par and take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the Women’s New South Wales Open in Australia.