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Women’s Scottish Open: Lydia Ko and Celine Boutier lead after third day | Golf News


Celine Boutier topped the table alongside Lydia Ko after shooting a point under 5 in day three of the Scottish Open; England’s Georgia Hall still six photos ahead

Last Updated: 30/07/22 6:48 pm

Celine Boutier joined Lydia Ko at the top of the leaderboard late Tuesday at the Women's Scottish Open.

Celine Boutier joined Lydia Ko at the top of the leaderboard late Tuesday at the Women’s Scottish Open.

Lydia Ko joined Celine Boutier at the top of the leaderboard after day three of the Scottish Open Trust Women’s Golf Tournament.

France’s Boutier fired a five-under 67-pointer to form four shots at the New Zealander, who could only manage to score one under 71. Ko offset three shots with a birdie finish at Dundonald Links.

The French woman is pleased with her performance but remains focused on performing every day.

“It was a very good day,” Boutier said.

“I got off to a pretty solid start and that helped me relax a bit.

” The conditions were windy and a bit more difficult, so it was good to get off to a good start and I was very patient. I took a lot of opportunities and took advantage of them.

“I really enjoy playing link golf and playing in windy conditions.

I feel like my flight is pretty low, and so I feel like I never really have trouble keeping it down, which is an advantage here because the ball isn’t affected much. I also have some fond memories in Scotland, of playing well in the past, so that’s always helpful.

“I think what I’ve learned from being in this position in the past is that anything can really happen, whether you take the lead or not.

”Try not to get too far away from yourself and focus on what you can control, it’s really one shot at a time,” she concludes.

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Round of the day came from Canada’s Maude-Aimee Leblanc, 66 beating her in second place alongside Germany’s Leonie Harm over 14 under, once taking the lead.

England’s Georgia Hall retained six shots after the third inning with 71. Eun-Hee Ji of South Korea (70) and Lilia Vu of the United States (71) took the lead to reach the final round.

1st place is Jin Young Ko with 1 under total, and defending champion Ryann O’Toole with 4 under.

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