Alexandra Försterling makes it three wins in her last 10 starts on the Ladies European Tour, after securing the individual title at the Aramco Team Series - Tampa

Alexandra Försterling fired a final round of 67 (-5) to secure a three-shot victory at the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – Tampa.

The German star sat in a share of second place overnight and started well making a birdie on the second hole.

Back-to-back birdies on the sixth and seven put Försterling in front before she dropped a shot on the eighth.

However, on the back nine, she remained calm and collected rolling in birdies on 12, 13 and 16 to stay in front and win her third title on the Ladies European Tour (LET) with a total of -12.

“I feel overwhelmed,” she said. “I don’t know what to say! It’s an amazing feeling, I was definitely nervous like you always are in a final round, but I just tried to learn from the last times when I won and just play my game, adjust to the wind and have fun.

“I really tried to stay patient and really have fun and just stay in the moment and not think ahead and not think about the past. That’s what I try every single round.”

Försterling was playing alongside Solheim Cup stars Carlota Ciganda and Charley Hull at Feather Sound Country Club.

With this victory, the 24-year-old has moved into the second automatic spot for the European Team at the 2024 Solheim Cup.

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She explained: “I was a little bit intimidated at the beginning, it’s great to play with those two [Charley and Carlota], they play so well and just to try and keep up with them. It was really fun.

“It would be a great honour to play in the Solheim Cup and represent Europe. It would be amazing and mean a lot to me.”

England’s Hull finished in outright second place on nine-under-par after a final round of 71 (-1) in Tampa.

The three-time LET winner was unable to add another victory to her name, but she has two starts in LET events in 2024 and finished second in both of them.

“It was good, I played pretty solid,” said Hull. “It wasn’t the result that I wanted with another second-place finish!

“It was one of those weeks, but I feel good. It was very tricky with the wind, I hit some good shots in and they just bounced off but I played pretty solid today.”

England’s Bronte Law had a final-day surge firing a round of 67 (-5) to finish in third place on eight-under-par.

Law, who won the 2024 Lalla Meryem Cup, rolled in birdies on the first and sixth holes as well as three on the trot on holes 15, 16 and 17.

“I played some good golf this week, but just didn’t really hole many putts,” said Law. “My last round, the mindset that I’m having at the moment is where I’m just going for it.

“I had that message from Ian Woosnam this morning saying just go for everything, no one remembers who finishes second. I went for it, I had a couple of putts I knew I could have done with but I kept pushing anyway.

“I knew it was playing tough. Some days they drop, some days they don’t. They dropped in Morocco, and I gave it as good of a chance as I could today. It’s always fun when you have a chance to have a go and it shows where I’m at at the moment with my game, which is good.”

Spanish duo Ana Peláez Trivino and Carlota Ciganda ended the week in a share of fourth place on seven-under-par.

Five players finished in a tie for sixth place with France’s Nastasia Nadaud, Switzerland’s Chiara Tamburlini, India’s Diksha Dagar, Belgium’s Manon De Roey and Germany’s Aline Krauter all on six-under-par.

The LET now has a two-week break before heading to Australia for the Women’s NSW Open which takes place March 29-31 at Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club.