Kemp goes low in final round of Vic Open

Kemp goes low in final round of Vic Open

Japan's Haru Nomura, who played alongside Kaufman in Saturday's final group, is a shot behind at 7 under overall while a group of four players, South Korea's Mirim Lee, Australia's Katherine Kirk and England's and Felicity Johnson and Jodi Ewart Shadoff, are in a tie for fifth place at 4 under. "I was focusing too much on results, and I didn't feel like I belonged out there".

The $A1.5 million tournament is being co-sanctioned by the LPGA Tour for the first time in 2019.

Law: "It's not something I expected".

On the course, things took a turn for the better a year later with a first win on the Challenge Tour in his native land.

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Around the same time a huge roar reverberated around the Barwon Heads links and it was a Scot who had caused it. David Law, 27, is an unheralded player in this part of the world, having spent five years on the secondary Challenge Tour trying to find his way on to the main European Tour. Yeah, I'll go home, reflect a little bit on things and reassess.

Only tomorrow, the immediate chasing pack will look markedly different after a day of pure carnage.

"I'm so happy with how I handled myself today".

He tweeted: "The work we do @paullawriefound is not to raise golfers to win on tour but when one of our kids does win on tour which happened today it's an fantastic feeling". In fact so far behind the leaders was she starting out the day that when she signed for her stunning round the leaders were still to tee off. "It's not always easy to be able to get your first win", Boutier said after staving off nerves for her breakthrough victory.

A return to the LET in 2018 appears to have rekindled her desire and form and her final round was something very special. "The first day it didn't blow at all and I shot 1-under". I pulled it together really nicely, just stayed patient.

"I made the cut on the number and everything after that was a bonus".

"I was so shocked how many people were out. I think I made four or five in a row and it just -- it just all came together".

Kaufman's round arguably hinged on one spectacular shot - a holed bunker blast on the treacherous par-three seventh that was claiming victims hand over fist in both men's and women's fields.