Amy Boulden cherishes the first & # 039; winning moment & # 039; following the triumph of the Swiss Ladies Open

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Amy Boulden was 2014 rookie of the year

Amy Boulden was delighted to have fulfilled the "dream" to her first professional title win.

The 27-year-old had the guts to finish strong and took the Swiss Ladies Open with three shots and claimed a Ladies European debut Win tour.

A final round of 64, eight-under-par for the day, saw her finish at 17-under.

"It's something you always dream of as a little girl and when you turn pro, you want to play that winning moment," she said.

"I was really lucky that all my friends were there as well – although unfortunately I had no family there – but it was really nice to share that moment with my friends, who all came running up the green with the champagne. "

The Welsh golfer was rookie of the year 2014, but her form dropped after that early promise, she played on the Symetra Tour and passed not to keep its Ladies European Tour card.

But the Llandudno At the native's victory at the Qualifying School in La Manga Club in Spain last January, she got her card back, a success capped by this week's triumph in Holzhauser n.

"It took me a long time, I have felt like I went through such a rough time after my first year on tour, struggled with my golf and lost my way. little bit, ”she said.

"So I made the decision to go back to Q-School to try and get my card back and then I started to see a little bit of light.

"I eventually won that tour school, got my full status back and then I really thought that was the most pressure I'd had in a golf tournament for so long, so it was a lot of fun to golf show that week. "

After breaking her duck with that title, Boulden now hopes to get stronger playing in a Solheim Cup someday" on my target list ".

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