Trophée Hassan II. Marcel Makes it His. Ariya Wins on L.E.T March 31 2013

Marcel Siem makes  the Trophée Hassan II his on Sunday at the Golf du Palais course in Morocco. He now has to wait to see if the win is good enough to elevate him into the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings.   Ariya Jutanugarn  and Marcel Siem  are awarded their trophies by HRH Prince Moulay Rachid after the Trophee du Hassan II and the La Coupe Lalla Meryem  (Getty Images) Ariya Jutanugarn and Marcel Siem are awarded their trophies by HRH Prince Moulay Rachid after the Trophee du Hassan II and the La Coupe Lalla Meryem /Getty Images Marcel cruised to a three shot victory, completing his final round in -2 under par 70, for a tournament total of -17 under par. He is now anxiously waiting to see if he climbs into the world top 50, and receives an invite from Augusta National for the Masters. It all depends on the results from the Shell Houston Open and how the likes of Henrik Stenson, Russell Henley and Charles Howell III and where they finish in that tournament. Marcel said if it happens it will be unbelievable. " That will be unbelievable, it’s been my dream since I was a kid so if that comes true it will be unbelievable. It would be wonderful to play the Masters. I just want to be on that ground. I’m not going to cry but it would be very emotional. I remember as a kid watching Bernhard Langer winning it. I also loved Greg Norman and remember how unlucky he was there. It just looks an amazing, hardcore golf course that you need to hit all the shots, left to right, right to left, high and low. You need to shape it a lot and that will suit me. I just hope so much that I have done enough to make it. I’m super happy; really proud that I stayed that calm. There was a lot of pressure, Mikko had a great start again, so I’m really happy that I scrambled well and came back nicely. I’ve never been in that situation so I spoke to Bernhard Langer last night to see if he could give me some advice on how to cope with being four shots in the lead, so thanks Bernhard!" Tied in second place were England's David Horsey and Finland's Mikko Ilonen, both finishing on -14 under par.   On the Ladies European Tour, seventeen year old Ariya Jutanugarn won her first European Tour title, the Lalla Meryem Cup. Ariya also had a three shot victory, finishing the tournament at -14 under par. Ariya spoke of her nervousness; " I played very good today on the front nine and on the second nine, the par-five, it got really exciting because there was only one shot lead. I have experience from my last one and that made me a little bit nervous. Yesterday my putting was not very good but the front nine made me confident with my putting. The fifteenth  hole, I was really scared with my driver because in the practice round I didn’t hit my driver well, so when I hit to the left, I thought, a bogey is fine, but I had seven! It’s all for my dad! I’m going to keep playing on the European Tour and I hope to win some more." Her Royal Highness Princess Lalla Meryem, Ariya Jutanugarn, winner of the Lalla Meryem Cup and His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid, President of the Hassan II Golf Trophy Association / Getty Images