Lianna has 1st LET Access Tour Success

England’s Lianna Bailey held her nerve by battling through the heavy rain to emerge victor of the Link Series at Ramside Hall GC by one shot from Ireland’s Lauren Walsh.

Playing in the final group, the 26-year-old from Leicester got off to a shaky start carding two bogeys on the front nine on the 3rd & 6th holes.

At the turn, Bailey carded two birdies and two bogeys on the back 9 holes which was enough to clinch the win.

Speaking about the win, Bailey said: “It all feels surreal, I was very nervous coming down the stretch but I’m glad I get it done. 

“Today we had more rain, it was coming down heavy. It made it more difficult as there was a lot of moisture on the greens.

“I had a lot of nerves during the last hole, I can’t really remember what was going through my head, it was a bit of a blur.

This win marks Bailey’s second professional win and first win on the LET Access, it will also put her in fourth position in the LETAS Order of Merit list.

“The win means a lot,” the Leicester player admitted, “I’ve had a bit of a struggle since turning professional and it’s great that the hard work is starting to paying off.”

LETAS returns to Ramside next week for the second Link Series tournament and Bailey now feels confident heading into it.

“Now I’m very much looking forward to next week now, I’ll be back at it again. However, next week is another week so we will see what happens then.”

Ireland’s Lauren Walsh had a fantastic final round of three-under-par to finish in outright second place at her first LETAS tournament on five-under-par.

Australia’s Stephanie Bunque, also at her first LETAS event shot four-under-par to finish in tied third place alongside Denmark’s Cecilie Finne-Ipsen, the leader after 15 holes.

Norway’s Karoline Lund finished in fifth, with Australia’s Kelsey Bennett and New Zealand’s Hanne Song finishing tied sixth on two-under.

Austria’s Katharina Muehlbauer had a fantastic final round of three-under-par to climb up the leaderboard to finish eighth alongside Thailand’s Cholcheva Wongras and England’s Hannah Screen.

Next weeks LETAS event commences Monday 24th. 

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