Scotland's David Law eagled the final hole in dramatic style as he a three-shot deficit in the final three holes to win his first European Tour title at the ISPS Handa Vic Open.
Playing in the final group alongside overnight leader Kim Kaufman and Boutier, the 22-year-old Oh began sluggishly before threatening to make a move in the closing holes.
"It's been something I've been working toward since I turned pro and I just feel like it just happened", said Boutier, who now makes her home in Dallas, Texas. Australian Su Oh was another stroke behind in third.
With her two-shot victory, Boutier became the first woman from France to win on the global circuit since Patricia Meunier-Lebouc in 2003.
The tournament is co-sanctioned by the European Tour and LPGA Tour and features men and women playing on the same courses at the same time, for equal prize money. With a pump of her fist, she clearly knew that it was a major moment.
"In 2014 I got beat in a playoff here, so sort of hopefully try to get into a position like that again and see how we go". "It's not always easy to be able to get your first win", Boutier said after staving off nerves for her breakthrough victory.
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To say that Aussie Sarah Kemp had a career day is a gross understatement.
"At the time I was just trying to get into solo second. Just stuck to my game plan out there", he added. CME Group will donate $20,000 for each hole-in-one made on the LPGA Tour in 2019, with a minimum guaranteed donation of $500,000 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, which is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
Strong winds and heavy rain made scoring hard over the Beach Course at 13th Beach Golf Club in Geelong, Australia.
Remarkably, legendary Karrie Webb (82) and defending champ Minjee Lee (74) fell on the wrong side of the one-over cut line after days both would rather forget.
"Luckily it's a links-style golf course, you can run the ball in, which I'm used to doing", said Law, who graduated to this year's Tour via finishing 14th on the 2018 European Challenge Tour. "I'm delighted. It's been an fantastic event".
Italy's Matteo Berrettini also mounted a comeback to upset Fernando Verdasco of Spain 4-6, 7-5, 6-4, claiming a second famous scalp after upsetting Russian Karen Khachanov earlier in the tournament.