Bronte Law wins Ladies European Tour School with record 26 in total

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The British Bronte Law closed a new record for the Lalla Aicha Tour School with a total of 26 in total for five rounds at Amelkis Golf Club in Marrakesh.

The 23-year-old from Stockport, who again set a new Ladies European Tour record in the third round with nine consecutive birdies, ensured a one-off victory.

The Swedish Linnea Strom became the second after a final round of 66.

The German Esther Henseleit, the English Sian Evans and Leona Maguire from Ireland were other players who sealed the Tour cards.

Law started her last round in Morocco with a 15-footer for a birdie at the first hole, but after 41 holes without bogey she dropped her only shot of the day on the 10th, where she with three putts .

However, on the 13th she was close to a hole-in-one and tapped the next on the way to birdie to a five under round of 67.

"It means a lot coming from England even though I live in the States now, this is my home, it's important to support the Ladies European Tour and I'm looking forward to being a member of the Tour, "said Law, who has now attacked a Solheim Cup Place.

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Evans, 27, who works full-time as a PGA professional at Kings Hill Golf Club in Kent, finished in fourth place at 16 under par.

She has set up a website page for donations to finance her trip to the Tour School and said: "This means the world, it is what everyone dreams of.

" Ever since I was a little child I wanted to do this and shoot 16, it's my lowest tournament score, so I'm just very happy. "19459002 Maguire won a play-off with Sarah Nilsson from Sweden for fifth place, with a hole in the rose 15-foot birdie-putt on the first extra hole.

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