After day two at the Aramco Team Series – London, Maguire still tops the individual leaderboard whilst team competition is set for play-off.

A gusty day two ended much like the first at Centurion Club, with Leona Maguire producing top-quality golf to remain two shots ahead of Georgia Hall at the Aramco Team Series presented by PIF – London. 

Georgia Hall took an early lead with five birdies on her front nine, putting the pressure on Maguire straight away.

The strong winds presented a challenge again on the par-73 course, and the Irishwoman had to adapt her game – something she relished and enjoyed. Maguire carded three birdies across her round, two of which came on yet another flawless back nine for the two-time LPGA winner.

“Yeah, it's really windy out there. It's probably two, three-shot winds in places,” said Maguire after her round. “It’s playing a little bit linksy. The course is running out, getting firm and fast, and the wind is quite strong.  

“It was swirling in places, so you just try to hit a few punchy shots that I probably haven't used in a while. It’s definitely a welcome back to European golf. It's a good test and I enjoyed it.” 

Team event set for rare play-off

The team competition is set for a play-off finale between Team Hall and Team Nadaud tomorrow – an exciting sight at Aramco Team Series presented by PIF events. 

Team Nadaud and Team Hall finished the final day of team competition on 24-under-par in considerably tougher conditions than round one, with both team’s amateurs adding valuable scores to force the play-off. 

A blemish-free round from Nadaud’s teammate Napoleaova, and the best golf she has played in months from captain Hall made the difference for their respective teams.  

Major winner Hall said, “It was so windy, much windier than yesterday. I didn't hit a shot wrong, I played really good golf and probably the best I've played in a few months. We had a good day again, in really tough conditions.” 

Diksha Dagar, who is set to represent India at the 2024 Summer Olympics, carded a 68, the joint-best round of the day, with five birdies and no dropped shots to move her firmly inside the top ten. 

A phenomenal day of golf is in store for the final day of Aramco Team Series presented by PIF – London, with a play-off to decide the team competition and another day of fierce competition to crown the winner of the individual event.

View full leaderboard >

Behind the scenes at the Aramco Team Series – London >