Saturday, October 17, 2015

Last round costs Scot Karis Davidson South 

Pacific Ladies Open title
Scots-born teenager Karis Davidson finished joint second in the South Pacific Ladies Open over 54 holes at Surfers Paradie Golf Club, Queensland.
Karis, 17, who was born at Innerleithen on the Borders and emigrated with her family to Australia seven years ago, has a handicap of +3.9 and is No 89 in the women's  world amateur rankings.
She had scores of 72, 71 and 77 for a four-over-par total of 220. Karis's final round cost her the title. She finished three shots behind the winner, Cellina Yuan, who is No 3 to Karis's No. 4 in the Australian women's amateur rankings.
Cellina scored 71, 71 and 75 for 217.
Amy Walsh (73-73-74) tied with Davidson for second place, three shots clear of the players in joint fourth place.
+Karis Davidson is pictured after one of her regular trophy-winning performances Down Under earlier this year