Scot Rachael Taylor has won the Bavarian women's amateur golf championship with impressive rounds of 68, 74 and 67 for a seven-under-par total of 209.

Even the winner of the men's championship which was being played simultaneously at Starnberg Golf Club, just outside Munich, could not get as low as seven under par!

The Scot had an eagle and 15 birdies over the 54 holes and finished five strokes clear of the runner-up. The win has earned her an invitation to play in the LET's Ladies German Open at Worthsee from 17-20 July.

Rachael, who was born in Airdrie, moved to Germany when she was a child when her golf pro father accepted a position at Bad Griesbach. She has just completed her second year at North Carolina State University at Raleigh and will return to the US in August.

LEADING FINAL TOTALS
Par 216 (3x72)
209 Rachael Taylor (Scotland) 68 74 67
214 Thea Hoffmeister (Germany) 71 72 71
216 Vicki Troeltsch (Germany) 74 68 74
219 Gloria Zeitler (Germany) 71 76 72


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