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Vic Open report: What happened at 13th Beach Golf Club?

What a shame that was in the middle of the night for viewers in this part of the world because it was some finish in Geelong.

David Law was three shots off the lead on the 16th tee, from where the Scotsman went on to finish birdie-par-eagle to draw level with long-time leader Wade Ormsby at 18-under.

Just look at this approach on 18 to set up the eagle chance:

And he made absolutely no mistake:

It meant home favourite Ormsby, who made double-bogey at 17, needed an eagle of his own on the last, but a lengthy effort missed to hand Challenge Tour graduate Law a one-shot victory in just his 18th European Tour start.

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The Vic Open is, of course, a mixed event – more on that later – with the LPGA Tour event running concurrently with the European Tour.

And Celine Boutier finished at 8-under for a two-shot victory over Australians Su-Hyun Oh and Sarah Kemp, as well as England’s Charlotte Thomas.

Boutier becomes the fourth French golfer to win an LPGA Tour event, and the first since 2003, joining Catherine Lacoste, Patricia Meunier-Lebouc and Anne-Marie Palli.

Spain’s Aza Munoz was in the pack on 5-under, while another Englishwoman, Jodi Ewart-Shadoff, was a shot further back.

Click here to read Alex Perry’s full round up from the 2019 Vic Open.

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