Member Ryann O’Toole from the LGBT community finished first with -17 at the Women’s Scottish Open – LPGA Tour event on par72 in Scotland.

On the last day of the tournament, August 15, O’Toole hit 64 strokes, no bogey, After par 18 with a light tap, she was showered with champagne and received a kiss from fiancee Gina Marra.

“It was great to see Gina pick me up on the 18th green to enjoy a wonderful moment together. We didn’t want to hide our feelings for each other,” O’Toole said of his fiancée. In 2016, American media revealed that O’Toole belonged to the lesbian – lesbian group.

“I was shocked by this victory, so heavy that tears of happiness probably only fell when the moment of joy subsided. Finally, I was also on the podium after months of hard work and continuous practice. attend the award and then get upset because the performance is below personal expectations,” O’Toole said at the ceremony to receive the trophy with the prize logo of $ 225,000.

Ryann O'Toole lifts the Womens Scottish Open trophy on August 15.  Photo: Golf Digest

Ryann O’Toole lifts the Women’s Scottish Open trophy on August 15. Photo: Golf Digest

She won the Women’s Scottish Open at the age of 34, after 228 attempts on the LPGA Tour and just as she was thinking about retiring. “My personal career clock has ticked. I used to think this season might be the last, and I’m getting married in December. I want to have kids and don’t want to be a mom and play golf at the same time,” O’Toole said. Golf Channel.

She had known Marra for five years. Marra is holding the position of Vice President of Sports Car Division of YAM Worldwide – the group that owns the golf brand PXG. The news of their engagement was announced when O’Toole was funded by PXG.

O’Toole entered professional golf in 2009, entered the US team to compete in the 2011 Solheim Cup with the European team. Before the recent Women’s Scottish Open, she ranked 111th in the world women’s professional golf (Rolex Rankings) and has never reached third place in 12 times to finish the top 10 on the LPGA Tour. After this event, O’Toole climbed to 71st Rolex Rankings, passing the $ 2.5 million mark in prize money in the US golf arena.

Before O’Toole, the LPGA Tour recorded a same-sex marriage between member Alena Sharp and caddie Sarah Bowman, with a wedding ceremony in November 2020.

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