Ana Peláez triumphs in Comunidad de Madrid

Ana Peláez, 24 years old, is already here. The malagueña golfer raised the trophy of the Comunidad de Madrid Ladies Open, ninth in the Ladies European Tour that was held at the RACE Jarama, in an undeniable victory that she secured with a card of 265 strokes, after a final 66, without errors , with four birdies and an eagle.

Sunday, with its summer heat, was another happy day for Ana, who started the day with a birdie on the first hole and always kept a comfortable difference with the rest, despite the efforts of the American Gabriela Then – she holed five birdies in the first eight holes – and the rest of the competitors. She ended up taking six hits to the Swedish Strom.

Professional since last year, the player who came to lead the amateur Augusta Masters one night, the women’s competition that is held in the exclusive club of green jackets, Peláez suddenly removes all the troubles she had had so far as it was who was unable to achieve the Ladies European Tour card last year. She faced this tournament with an invitation, cases like if it were a penalty shootout, and she won. “I adore the preseón”, said lei to explain the sensations of her of lei of her this week.

Gifted with a powerful punch, golfer of sensations, virtuoso with all the clubs in the bag, this time in Madrid he has accompanied the aim with the putt, especially on Saturday when he broke the record of the field of the north of the capital of Spain with a 63 hit card. About her victory she is the first of a Spanish player in a transcendental course she will draw many what to make the team that defend the Solheim Cup in 2023 in Finca Cortesín, the first time that Spain will host the great competition. The last previous victory in the great European circuit had been that of Carlota Ciganda in the Andalucía Open.

Ana Peláez, statements

“I feel incredibly good. I’ve been dreaming of this moment all my life and now I can live it, so I’m very happy,” said the player after debuting her record.

In addition, another young Spanish woman, Cayetana Fernández, a 17-year-old amateur, also started the applause. The Madrilenian, with her father in the bag, and sharing a match with Peláez finished third (70 hits on Sunday) after signing 273 hits, the same number as the Slovenian Babnik, the Belgian De Roey and the American Then.