Valentina Rossi is in fourth place after the second day of the WALA

Valentina Rossi. Enrique Berardi / WALA.

After the second round of the championship, Valentina Rossi is in fourth place in the standings. With records of 71 strokes, the Rosario has 142, two under par for Pilar GC. On her round for the day, she went down to 4, 5, 12, 13, 16, while she had no luck on holes 7, 8 – double bogey – 9 and 14.

Rossi is four strokes ahead of the leaders María José Marín Negrete from Colombia and Vanessa Gilly from Venezuela, who completed their laps of the day with 65 and 67. Third place belongs to Ana Isabel González Cantú from Mexico with 140 blows, today 69.

Ella Anacona. Enrique Berardi / WALA.

On the other hand, Ela Anacona adds two rounds of 73 shots for 146, and is tenth with +2, while Julieta Oviedo rose in the positions and accumulates 150 with 73 for the day being twenty-first. Mercedes Aldana, 79, and Laura Edmonds, 80, register totals of 157 hits, one less than María Cabanillas, 80, and Magdalena Domine, 73. Isabel Laulhe with 161 and Malena Castro with 162, close the list of Argentines in competition.

The competition takes place at Pilar GC, within the framework of various social activities such as the ribbon-cutting of the new headquarters of the Argentine Golf Association and the delivery of the AAG Award, which is awarded every two years to outstanding personalities from our sport.

The R&A and the ANNIKA Foundation are the organizers of the contest. The WALA 2022 winner will play alongside the stars of women’s professional golf from around the world in three Majors next year: The Chevron Championship from April 20-23 at The Club at Carlton Woods, United States, The Amundi Evian Championship from April 27 to July 30 at the Evian Resort Golf Club, France, and the AIG Women’s Open that will take place from August 10 to 13 at Walton Heath Golf Club, England.


  • 2021. Valery Plata. Colombia. (-12)
  • 2019. Agustina Zeballos. Argentina (-10)
  • 2018. Cristina Ochoa. Colombia. (-7)
  • 2017. Valeria Pacheco. Puerto Rico. (-1)
  • 2016. Agustina Gómez Cisterna. Chili. (+2)


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