It was an exciting last round at the Vipingo Ridge Golf Course in Kilifi, Kenya. On Sunday of the Magical Kenya Ladies Open, Esther started her final round as runner-up and caught up seven strokes behind the leading Swedish player Julia Engstrom. She finished the round with a 64 (-8 and course record) and won her first LET tournament with 274 strokes (14 under par). With this victory she also won the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit and the title Rookie of the Year in the same year - just as Laura Davies (1985) and Carlota Ciganda (2012). Thus Esther Henseleit made LET history on this day.Schedule
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final round of the 2020 @letgolf season tomorrow 🤙🏼 #letsgooo2 months ago
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I am a Golf Professional on the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA Tour and therefore I'm able to pursue my passion as a profession. Since 2019 I have been playing against the best golf pros in Europe and was able to finish my rookie year with the victory of the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit and the Rookie of the Year Award.
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