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Walker survives late drama to win German Open

Walker survives late drama to win German Open
Published: 26 July 2014

Scotland's Kylie Walker survived a late challenge from Charley Hull to take her second Ladies European Tour title of the 2014 season at the German Open.

As wth Kylie's maiden tour victory in Holland two months ago, it took extra holes to decide the outcome with a par 4 at the first extra hole good enough to take the title. Both Hull and Walker finished tied on a superb 25 under par total for the 72 hole event, with Hull making a last day charge to force the playoff.

Kylie, who works with putting coach and Harold Swash Puttting Director Phil Kenyon, moves up to a career high 6th place on the LET Order of Merit standings. Well done Kylie - keep up the great form!

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