Sep 12th, 2021
A thrilling final round of the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open saw Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul clinch her second title of the 2021 Ladies European Tour season. The 18-year-old sat four strokes off the lead after the conclusion of the second round but made an excellent start to her final round. Four birdies on the front nine propelled Thitikul to the summit of the leaderboard, as she turned in 31.
Sep 10th, 2021
It is a two-way tie at the top of the leaderboard as Marianne Skarpnord and Chloe Williams both finished day one of the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open on eight-under-par. Williams, who went out in the second group this morning, set the clubhouse lead after shooting a bogey-free round of 64 which included eight birdies.
Sep 8th, 2021
Returning to the scene of victory is always a special moment and Amy Boulden is excited to be back in familiar surroundings at the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open. The Welshwoman produced rounds of 70, 65 and 64 to secure a three-shot victory at the 2020 edition of the tournament at Golfpark Holzhäusern.
Sep 13th, 2020
Amy Boulden produced a sensational round of a lifetime, firing a stunning bogey-free 64 (-8) to finish the week at 17-under-par and claim a three-shot victory from Australia’s Stephanie Kyriacou at the 2020 VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open. LET rookie Steph Kyriacou was making a charge of her own, turning in 31 (-4), while Morroco’s Haddioui was alongside her after an opening nine of 33 (-2).
Sep 12th, 2020
Overnight leader Sanna Nuutinen continued her quest to add a second Swiss trophy to her cabinet, adding a second round of 68 (-4) to her opening effort of 66 (-6) to take a one-shot lead heading into the final round at the 2020 VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open. “It has been one of my goals this year to get back into contention and see how I handle the pressure.”
Sep 11th, 2020
Home-favourite Kim Metraux and Finland’s Sanna Nuutinen take a two-shot lead from the chasing pack at the close of day one at the 2020 VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open with sublime opening scores of 66 (-6). A trio of gains from the 13th took her to five-under-par before a 10ft putt on the 17th took her to six. The birdies are important but sometimes it is the pars that matter most.
Sep 9th, 2020
Austria’s Christine Wolf heads to this week’s VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open at Golfpark Holzhäusern full of confidence off the back of a solo second place finish at the LET’s most recent stop in the Czech Republic. “I feel like I have been getting more steady year after year and I think I am just more relaxed now that I know how everything works on tour.”