Shanshan Feng wins the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, making it a double victory for her on the Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club.
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A last round -2 under par 70 was enough to give Shanshan her second victory at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters with a -19 under par total, a five shot winning margin.
“It’s my second time to win here, and the staff just told me I’m actually one of the two people that has won twice here, and the other one is Annika. So it makes me like feel really proud of myself.”
“I think if I would get to 22 under, then I didn’t think anybody would catch up. So I was going for 22, but of course I didn’t. I still think I did well.”
In second place on her own was Carlota Ciganda, a final round -4 under par 68 giving her a -14 under par total, with Caroline Masson third at -13 under par.
Charley Hull sealed the 2014 ISPS HANDA Order of Merit after tying for fifth place at -10 under par, sharing that finish with Liz Young, Melissa Reid, Nicole Broch Larsen and Malene Jorgensen.
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This €20,000 cheque was enough for Charley to become the youngest winner of the Order of Merit, in just her second year on tour;
“It’s good to win, I didn’t really know coming into this week.”
“Just the back nine today, I just thought don’t make any silly mistakes. I doubled the first but got two birdies on the bounce back so pretty happy with myself there.”
“I went double, birdie, birdie, bogey, birdie. So it was an interesting front nine.”
” But towards the end of the back nine, I really got the feeling with my woods off the tee. I started feeling so much more confident. Just working on getting a bit more width on my swing. I definitely feel a lot more confident.”
Amy Boulden capped her first season as a professional on Tour, by winning the Ladies European Tour’s OMEGA Rookie of the Year award.
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Amy was delighted with her win, and her first year on Tour;
“It’s been a really great first season on the Ladies European Tour.”
“It was one of my goals from when I turned pro, to win Rookie of the Year. I thought it was going to be quite tough this year not having a full card. I wasn’t sure how many events I was going to be playing in but starting the year well has helped me a lot.”
“It’s a real honour to win and join the prestigious list of former winners, including Laura Davies, Annika Sorenstam and Charley Hull.”