It’s practically the midway level of the 2022 Girls European Tour (LET) and the 17th occasion is the Amundi German Masters.
The Tour returns to Germany after six years and a subject of 126 gamers will tee it up at Golf & Nation Membership Seddiner See in a 72-hole stroke play match from June 30 – July 3.
It is going to be a powerful match for the house nation, who’ve 14 gamers within the subject, hoping to earn victory on residence soil.
Two-time LET winner Esther Henseleit leads the cost, having efficiently defending her title within the opening occasion of the 2022 season on the Magical Kenya Girls Open.
Henseleit, who gained the 2019 Order of Advantage and Rookie of the 12 months titles, is joined by Olivia Cowan, Karolin Lampert, Leonie Hurt, Leticia Ras-Anderica, Franziska Friedrich and Carolin Kauffman.
German beginner Chiara Horder can be within the subject alongside native participant Polly Mack, two-time LET Entry Sequence winner Isi Gabsa, and rookies Sophie Witt, Luisa Dittrich, Helen Tamy Kreuzer and Verena Gimmy.
Eight winners from the 2022 LET season will likely be making an attempt so as to add one other accolade together with Swedish duo Linn Grant (Joburg Girls Open, Mithra Belgian Girls Open, Volvo Automobile Scandinavian Combined) and Maja Stark (Girls’s NSW Open), who’re primary and two within the Race to Costa del Sol.
First-time winners vying for his or her second win are Finland’s Tiia Koivisto (Jabra Girls Open), Belgium’s Manon De Roey (Aramco Workforce Sequence – Bangkok Particular person) and Spain’s Ana Peláez Trivino (Madrid Girls Open).
South Africa’s Lee-Anne Tempo, who gained the Order of Advantage in 2010 and has 11 LET titles, will tee it up as will three-time LET winner England’s Meghan MacLaren.
Whereas final week’s Tipsport Czech Girls Open champion Jana Melichova is again once more this week, as is Klara Spilkova – who completed in a tie for second place.
9 of the highest 10 on this yr’s Race to Costa del Sol are right here in Germany together with Sweden’s Johanna Gustavsson, Argentina’s Magdalena Simmermacher and Australia’s Whitney Hillier, who’re all trying to find their maiden LET victory.
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