Celine Boutier carded a three-under-par, 69, on Friday to move into a tie for third place overall at the World Team Amateur Championship at the Gloria Golf Club Old and New Courses in Antalya, Turkey.ANTALYA, Turkey – Duke University freshman
Representing France, Boutier opened her round with bogeys in two out of her first three holes, but regrouped to play her final 15 holes at five-under-par. A native of Montrouge, France, Boutier carded birdies on No. 8, No. 11 and then three straight from holes 15-17. She has notched a total of 10 birdies over the first two days of action.
Leading the individual play is Hyo-Joo Kim of republic of Korea and Lydia Ko of New Zealand with a five-under-par, 139. Boutier along with Kotone Hori of Japan and Katia Pogacar of Slovenia are tied for third with a 140.
In the team standings, Boutier and her team from France is tied for eighth with a 287. Republic of Korea continues to lead with a 280, while Germany (285), Canada (285), Japan (285), Australia (285), New Zealand (285), Spain (286), Finland (287), France (287), England (288) and Sweden (288) rounded out the top 10.
A product of Bogota, Colombia, Alejandra Cangrejo turned in a four-over-par, 76, on Friday and is now tied for 46th with a 148. Her Colombia squad is tied for 28th overall with a 299.
A total of 36 holes remain at the championship. Live scoring is available via www.Golfstat.com.