Golf | Next up, heading to Tokyo, Matilda Castren golfed for the best ranking of her career in the value tournament

Matilda Castren was 19th in the fourth value tournament of the women’s golf season. Sanna Nuutinen was eliminated from further rounds.

Finnish golfer Matilda Castren achieved the best ranking of his career in golf value tournaments when Castren was 19th at the Evian Championships in France.

Sunday’s final round was the weakest of Castren’s four rounds of competition. Castren used 72 strokes (one over a pair) on Sunday and swung a few places in the results. After Saturday, Castren was 11th in the race.

Castren lost the race to the top of Australia Minjee Leelle and South Korea To Lee Jeongeun 11 strokes. Lee won the value tournament for the first time when he defeated Jeongeun on the first rematch. Lee’s profit was 266 strokes (-18).

Castrenin the competition performance was balanced as he did not make a single bogey result worse than a bog in four rounds.

On Sunday, the hardest moment hit around the middle of the round as Castren made two consecutive bogies on holes 12 and 13.

Castren, 26, has played steadily strong in value tournaments involving all of the world’s best female players. Castren, who has played in three value tournaments three times, is ranked 19th, 23rd and 30th.

Castren and eliminated from further rounds in the Evian Championship Sanna Nuutinen represent Finland at the Tokyo Olympics. The French competition was the last before the duo’s Olympic contract.

“I’ve seen videos of the Olympic Village and it looks great. Now it’s starting to feel real when the departure is on Wednesday. I am already really excited, and it is a great honor to represent Finland. I know it will be fun. This has been an incredible year and even more exciting stuff is coming, ”Castren smiled at the LPGA tour. in a video interview.

The Olympic Women’s Golf Tournament will be played from 4 to 7 p.m. August.



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