Anaïs Meyssonnier on her birth in Andalusia

On the evening of the first round, Anaïs Meyssonnier took her place on the provisional podium of the Andalusia Costa Del Sol Open De Espana, the closing tournament of the Ladies European Tour season. She is only two shots behind the English leader Cara Gainer.

After having qualified brilliantly for the final of the cards of the LPGA which will begin in a week in Alabama, Anais Meyssonnier got off to an ideal start in the last tournament of the season on the LET.

The Arlesian is certainly very motivated at the idea of ​​taking advantage of this express round trip to the old continent with a good week. Starting from 10, Meyssonnier especially stood out on his first nine holes completed in 32 (-5) with in particular an eagle on the par 4 of 15. His first card of 68 (-5) places him in third place

However, she is two strokes behind the English Cara Gainer who signed a magnificent 66 (-7) with nine birdies and despite two bogeys.

Winner last year here, Carlota Cicada is in position to defend his title in second place after an incredible streak of six consecutive birdies to end his day.

Grant takes advantage

Alongside Anaïs Meyssonnier are the Swiss Morgane Metrauxthe brilliant irish Leona Maguireand Chief of the Order of Merit the Swedish Linn Grant.

In her remote duel for the title of the best player of the season, she takes a little more advantage over her compatriot maja stark author of a card of 69 (-4) this Thursday.

Anne-Charlotte Mora under par

Only French winner this year, Anne-Charlotte Mora signed a 72 (-1) marked in particular by three consecutive birdies.

She is in the middle of the table in 31st place. At the top of the mid-term ranking last year, the Luzienne Anne-Lise Caudal was beaten by the course of a point (+1, 50th). Emma Greci (+2, 59th) and Agathe Sauzon (+6, 73rd) are further away, but they will have time to recover in this event without a cut.

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