Celine Boutier of France, is the 2021 Lacoste Ladies Open de France Champion after 54 holes at Golf Club du Medoc.
Celine made a winning birdie putt on the last hole to win the Lacoste Ladies Open title with a final round -3 under par 68, and a tournament total of -11 under par;
“I couldn’t have hoped for a better ending, it was a special week all round.”
“All five of my family were here supporting me which is quite rare, and my brother was caddying for me so I feel grateful and blessed to be able to share it with them.”
“I was a bit frustrated when I dropped shots because they could have been avoided, but I kept patient because I knew I was putting well so I had to keep giving myself opportunities.”
“I’m still in shock from the summer because it’s all been so surreal with the Solheim Cup victory and now this.”
“I came close to winning two years ago so I’ve had the win here on my mind for a while, so I wanted to improve my performance this year, so I’m over the moon with this win.”
Kylie Henry of Scotland finished in second place at -10 under par, she also had a -3 under 68 last round;
“I’m really happy with how I played, I feel like I hit a lot of good shots on the back nine but I just didn’t manage to make any birdies.”
“Second place isn’t what you dream of but I’m still really happy because it is a good result and I’m happy to be back in contention.”
“I didn’t make any bogeys so I’m really happy with that because it shows that it was really solid golf.”
“I gave it my best but that putt on the last from Celine was outstanding, and that’s why she’s a Solheim Cup player, she was brilliant.”
Three ladies tie for third spot at -8 under par, Pauline Roussin Bouchard, France, with the low round of the day – 5 under 66, Anais Meyssonier, France, -2 under 69 and Magdalena Simmermacher of Argentina, -1 under 70.