L.E.T. Sberbank Golf Masters. Julie Jubilant. July 27 2014

White Dragon GolfSberbank Golf Masters Julie Greciet was jubilant at the Sberbank Golf Masters in Prague, picking up the Trophy.

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Julie scored a final round -5 under par 66 to win the Sberbank Golf Masters with a -17 under par total for the 54 hole event.This win at Golf Park Plzeň in Prague, is her first L.E.T. trophy. Play was suspended for an hour due to storms and torrential rain, but afterwards play resumed in damp conditions, where Julie managed to hold her nerves, until a bogey on the 18th;

“It’s crazy because I didn’t think it was possible to win this year and I’m very, very happy. I want to thank my caddie, who is my father and my family and my boyfriend for supporting me this year." "I think now I can win another tournament and maybe eight or ten! I’m going to drink champagne for a week when I get home.” Julie and dad Roger on the 18th / Getty Images Lee-Anne Pace finished in second place, a last round -6 under 65 saw her post -15 under par. Lee-Anne actually carded eight birdies on the day, but unfortunately ran up a double bogey six on the 4th hole. The only mistake she made; “I played really well this week and made one mistake which cost me a little bit. Amy started like a house on fire so I thought, I needed to keep up with her. I made some birdies to catch up but threw those two shots away." " I stayed focused and finished second. I’m a bit tired, so happy to have a week off now in France where I’m going to relax and maybe go for a surf.” Third spot went to Amy Boulden, who also recorded a final round of -6  under par 65, to finish with a -14 under par total. She started the round with real purpose, three birdies in the first three holes; “Three birdies in the first three holes, I got off to a great start. I couldn’t unfortunately make the putts on the last few holes but I’m happy with my performance. " I think after the 11th, on the par three, I wasn’t really sure where I was lying because there weren’t any score boards. I knew I must have been there or thereabouts." “My confidence is getting better each tournament I play. I got to play with Lee-Anne Pace today who is a fantastic player and she gave me some nice words of advice at the end, so that was great. She said she thought I was a great player and she thinks I can make it.”