In a thrilling sudden-death playoff, the winning player relied on her Bettinardi DASS Studio Stock 3 to secure the victory at the LPGA Drive on Championship in Gold Canyon, Arizona.
The LPGA Drive on Championship winner and top-ranked French player in the world finished -20 under par and tallied 22 birdies and 1 eagle over her four rounds. The champion golfer has had her SS3 putter in play since 2021, securing 16 top-ten finishes in that time, and is currently ranked as the number 8 player on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings.
The sudden-death playoff involved recent Bettinardi signee and top 15 player in the world Georgia Hall, who just missed securing her first LPGA victory since 2020.
“For the first time in company history, we witnessed a playoff between two Bettinardi putter users on a major Tour which was riveting to see,” said Sam Bettinardi, President of Bettinardi Golf. “The growth of LPGA players using and winning with our putters have skyrocketed in recent years with 7 wins since 2021, and we could not be prouder of the winner and Georgia on their performances this past weekend.”
With Sunday’s victory, the victor is now the winningest player from France in LPGA history.