German Masters: Maja Stark snatches victory from Jessica Karlsson with sensational finish | Golf News


Maja Stark birdies the final two holes in Berlin to snatch a one-shot victory over fellow Swede Jessica Karlsson, who bogeys the 17th and 18th, and Germany’s Leonie Harm; Stark a whisker away from holing her approach at the 18th for an eagle

Last Updated: 03/07/22 4:39pm


Maja Stark wins the LET German Masters after an incredible near-eagle on the 18th as she pips Jessica Karlsson to the title

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Maja Stark wins the LET German Masters after an incredible near-eagle on the 18th as she pips Jessica Karlsson to the title

Maja Stark wins the LET German Masters after an incredible near-eagle on the 18th as she pips Jessica Karlsson to the title

Maja Stark produced a sensational finish to snatch victory from fellow Swede Jessica Karlsson at the Amundi German Masters.

Karlsson, who started the final round at Golf & Country Club Seddiner See one shot clear of her compatriot, had looked on course for her first Ladies European Tour victory when she rolled in a birdie putt at the 13th to move three clear.

However, her lead was back down to one after she bogeyed the 17th and Stark nailed a 12-foot putt for birdie.

Stark then followed that up with a sensational approach at the 18th which was a whisker away from dropping in for an eagle, and the tap-in birdie putt sealed the win as Karlsson missed her par putt after finding trouble off the tee.

The 22-year-old finished with a two-under 70 for a closing total of 15-under 273 which secured her a fourth LET success.

Karlsson (72) had to settle for a share of second place one back on 14 under with Germany’s Leonie Harm, who carded a flawless 68.

Polly Mack, who eagled the 18th by holing from the fairway for a 67, and fellow German Olivia Cowan (68) finished in a tie for fourth on 13 under along with recent Scandinavian Mixed winner Linn Grant of Sweden (68) and Scotland’s Laura Beveridge (68).

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