|-10 E Pedersen (Den), G Corridor (Eng); -8 C Hedwall (Swe); -7 A Van Dam (Ned), S Kyriacou (Aus)|
|Chosen others: -6 C Hull (Eng), L Corridor (Wal); -3 E Givens (Eng), A Nordqvist (Swe); –2 A Muirhead (Sco) C Sales space (Sco)|
England’s Georgia Corridor missed out on the inaugural Saudi Women Worldwide title in a play-off with Denmark’s Emily Kristine Pedersen.
Pedersen had trailed Corridor by three photographs with 5 holes to play, earlier than rallying to attract degree at 10 underneath after 4 rounds.
It despatched the 24-year-olds to a play-off, and Pedersen received her third tour title with a birdie as Corridor discovered the water.
“It is very particular and I am proud that I acquired it again twice,” Pedersen mentioned.
“I really feel like I used to be out of it initially of the entrance 9, then once more initially of the again 9 however I stored preventing again.
“I’m very pleased that I acquired to be the primary individual to win a match right here. The nation has a shiny future in golf and hopefully we’ll be again for a few years.”
Corridor mentioned Pedersen’s “incredible chip” within the play-off was the place she “misplaced it”.
“Emily hit a tremendous shot on the final gap in regulation and it was very courageous,” Corridor mentioned. “I am actually happy for her as she’s a very nice woman.”
Wales’ Lydia Corridor, who shot a third-round 69 to affix Pedersen at the top of the leaderboard overnight, was in competition till she shot a triple bogey on the 14th, which ended her hopes of a primary title in eight years.
England’s Charley Hull shot a final-round 69 to climb the leaderboard and be a part of Corridor on six underneath and joint-sixth place.
The match was the primary ladies’s skilled tour occasion to be held in Saudi Arabia, with a crew occasion to come back subsequent week.
It was performed in a bio-secure bubble and had initially been set for March however was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.