The Frenchwoman Yvie Chaucheprat took control of the Belgian stage of the LETAS at the end of the first lap.
The 23-year-old rookie, who started his tournament very early on Thursday morning of the 10th, birdied a total of eight at Millennium Golf, and won the Vlaanderen LETAS Trophy.
“I love playing early in the morning, even though I’m definitely not a morning person. I like to finish my game around noon and have the afternoon free”, Admitted the Toulouse adoption.
Passed in 33 Chaucheprat recorded his last bogey of the day at 1 and then finished his career with four birdies, including three consecutive from 6 to 8.
“All in all it was great, I just played my game and took every birdie opportunity I could. Except on my last hole where I missed a 2.5 meter putt for birdie “Named Chaucheprat, who signed his best card of the season.
Momoka Kobori and Chiara Noja in the game
Three players are tied for second place going into the second round, Australia’s Kristalle Blum and amateurs Isabella Holpfer and Savannah De Bock are three under par.
Ten players shared seventh place after returning a 71 card, including two tournament winners this season: Momoka Kobori, the New Zealand player who won in Montauban, and Germany’s Chiara Noja.