Leonie Harm misses victory at the German Masters

Leonie Harm narrowly missed out on winning the Amundi German Masters in Michendorf, Brandenburg, southwest of Berlin.

The 24-year-old professional golfer from Stuttgart finished the tournament of the Ladies European Tour (LET) with a total score of 274 strokes in shared second place. The Swede Maja Stark (273) secured victory in the 300,000 euro tournament at the Seddiner See Golf and Country Club.

Polly Mack, 23, from Berlin, caused the big surprise of the tournament. At her first start on the Ladies European Tour, she shared fourth place with a total of 275 strokes. On the last fairway, Mack scored an eagle when she sank her ball into the hole on the second shot on the 371-meter par 4. “I don’t think you can dream of a better finish,” said Mack after the final round: “And that’s in front of your own family and friends that you’ve known for so long and who saw you grow up.”

In Olivia Cowan (4th) and Esther Henseleit (8th), two other German professional golfers made it into the top ten on the demanding par 72 course. After the LET tournament in Düsseldorf in 2016, Europe’s top female golfers teeed off in Germany for the first time.

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