Minjee Lee claims play-off victory at OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic | Golf News

first_imgBronte Law produced her best finish of 2020 as she claimed a share of eighth alongside Scotland’s Kelsey MacDonald, while Kylie Henry jumped into the top-10 after firing nine birdies in a course-record 63.Solheim Cup star Georgia Hall and former world No 1 Lydia Ko also finished tied-tenth after final rounds of 65 and 72 respectively, while Charley Hull slipped to joint-35th following a six-over 78. Minjee Lee secured her eighth worldwide title with a dramatic play-off victory at the OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic.The world No 9 carded a three-under 69 under the floodlights at Emirates Golf Club to finish on 10 under alongside Celine Boutier, who had led for most of the day until a late bogey saw her post a final-round 68.Both players returned to the par-four 18th for the play-off, where Boutier left a 30-foot birdie effort short of the target and Lee holed from a few feet closer to snatch the win on the first extra hole.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Overnight leader Caroline Hedwall finished a shot back in tied-third with Nuria Iturrioz and Laura Fuenfstueck, while England’s Meghan MacLaren posted a level-par 72 to end the week two strokes adrift in a share of sixth. “I couldn’t really see the break too well on the last hole, but I thought it would be about two cups outside the right and luckily I hit it hard enough and it dropped,” Lee said. Minjee Lee celebrated play-off victory at the OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic  Minjee Lee and Celine Boutier both ended the week on 10 under  Minjee Lee and Celine Boutier both ended the week on 10 under

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