- The Frenchwoman wins the Individual crown at the Aramco Team Series – Singapore
- Roussin moves up to third in the 2023 Race to Costa del Sol
Pauline Roussin fired a sensational round of 64 (-8) to seal a four-shot victory at the Aramco Team Series presented by Public Investment Fund – Singapore.
The 22-year-old had a flawless final day at Laguna National Golf Resort Club where she rolled in eight birdies on the final day.
It took until the seventh hole for the Frenchwoman to make her first birdie, but she then rolled in four consecutively on holes nine through to 13.
Roussin got on another roll making three birdies on the trot on holes 14, 15 and 16 to reach a total of 15-under-par and win the Individual crown in Singapore.
“Honestly, I was just surfing the wave that was just happening,” she said. “We kept it very chill with my caddie, my boyfriend, and we just talked about TV shows and what to watch, what not to watch.
“It kept me in a really good place during the entire round, and then it was unfortunate that I hit that tree, but it doesn’t even matter now! I don’t think I have realised just yet.
“You’re going to be impressed playing with Danielle. She’s an amazing player and won so many tournaments, but I worked a lot. I was doing my own thing, and I was literally not thinking about what other people were thinking and just being in my own bubble with my caddie, and it worked out.
“It’s special. I had my first win with my mom on the bag and she’s here this week and my coach is here as well, so it’s very special and having my boyfriend on the bag.”
It was a second LET title for Roussin, who won the 2021 Didriksons Skatfo Open just weeks after turning professional.
And the now two-time LET winner believes she has learnt so much in the 18 months since her last victory.
Roussin explained: “I think I’m way more experienced now, and it just hits different because there has been a lot of work and a lot of experience from last year.
“My mom was on the bag for the first time; this week was my boyfriend. I think it tells a lot about the mindset that I want to keep on the course. It’s that having fun part and being me, and doing things in a good mood, not letting the game affect that.
“It’s not always going to be the case. I’m aware of that, but that was the mindset. This week I was aware that I could do good. It’s not like two years ago when I was just looking at where my game was compared to other people…
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