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Pauline Roussin: What’s In The Bag

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Pauline Roussin landed the biggest prize of her career when winning the Aramco Team Series Singapore title in March 2023. A look at Pauline Roussin: What’s In The Bag.

Frenchwoman Roussin-Bouchard produced a stunning eight-under par final round at Laguna National to win the Aramco Team Series event by four shots from Danielle Kang.

Roussin finished on 15-under par for the three rounds and claimed a comfortably victory in the first of five tournament in the 2023 Aramco Team Series.

It was a second professional win for the 22-year-old, who won the Skafto Open in August 2021 by a shot for her breakthrough victory in what was just her second event since turning professional the same month.

Roussin had a rich amateur career, spending 34 weeks as number one in the world and winning 14 titles.

Among her amateur titles where the 2015 Grand Prix de Valcros and European Young Masters, 2016 Spanish International Stroke Play and St Rule Trophy, 2017 Grand Prix de Valcros and 2018 Grand Prix de Valgarde.

She also won the 2019 Windy City Collegiate Championship, Portuguese International Ladies Amateur Championship, Grand Prix de ligue PACA Dames and Italian International Ladies Amateur Championship, 2020 The Ally and 2021 Moon Golf Invitational, Valspar Augusta Invitational and SEC Women’s Golf Championship.

She also finished runner-up on the 2019 Jabra Ladies Open on the Ladies European Tour as an amateur.

Before the win in Singapore, Roussin was ranked 92nd in the Rolex Rankings.

What’s In The Bag Pauline Roussin-Bouchard (at the Aramco Team Series Singapore, March 2023)

Driver: Titleist TSR3 (10 degrees) (Read the Review)

Woods: Titleist TSR3 (5-wood, 16.5 degrees) (Read the Review)

Irons: Titleist T200 (3-iron) (Read the Review), Titleist T100 (4-iron to 5-iron) (Read the Review) and Titleist 620 CB (7-iron to Pitching Wedge) (Read the Review)

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM9 (48 degrees, 52 degrees, 56 degrees and 60 degrees) (Read the Review)

Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 (Read the Review)

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x (Read the Review)