CaddiePlayer Céline shoots 64 to reach PlayOff In Dubai

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Céline Herbin, who shot a final round of 64, wasn’t too disappointed at being eliminated with a double-bogey on the 18th hole after finding the water with her third shot.She said: “I mean, it was really a bonus for me to in this play-off today. It was an awesome round for me, my personal best, minus eight and I had nine birdies. I enjoyed it a lot today.“I played very well, really, but so I spent a little bit too much time without playing. I finished earlier and I lost a little bit of rhythm, I would say. I could feel it on the drive and even the 7-iron on the lay-up. “The sand wedge went out of the clubface, but today is a very nice day for me. It’s nice to finish well in this tournament, one of the biggest of the LET and I’m very happy.” > read all >


CaddiePlayer Founder Stéphane Barras was as well on the bag of Céline


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Céline Trusts CaddiePlayer to regain Full LPGA Tour Card

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With scores 72,72,74,70,69 Céline Herbin from France finished T16 at QSchool final stage to regain her full status on the LPGA.

After a complicated 2017 season, where she missed too many cuts, the 2015 Lacoste France Open champion lost her full LPGA status. Céline was mostly struggling on the putting green. However, last July she started to work with CaddiePlayer and its founder Stéphane Barras, who encouraged her to switch to using an MLA putter and to follow the PuttZones system. Since then her performance has improved, peaking today in Daytona - her best score 69 with 5 birdies.

Quote from Céline

"It was stressfull until the end to avoid a playoff. A big thanks to Stéphane Barras and CaddiePlayer, my putting was really very very good those 5 days. I am very happy !"


Céline started golf late, thanks to coincidence, when she went to live in Pedrena Santander, Spain thinking to give up golf, she met Seve's Brother Vincente Ballesteros who drilled her re-start and later qualify to become a Ladies European Tour Professionnal. She is now flying to Dubai where she will compete the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic, her last event on the LET season where she is also a member.


Celine Herbin, Lacoste Porosus Ville, France 35-years-old

  • Has 37 career starts on the LPGA Tour with a career-best T11 finish at the 2016 Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning and O-I.
  • In 2017, Posted a season-best T35 finish at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G.
  • Turned professional in 2012 and played on the Ladies European Tour from 2012-14.




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Jon, Richard, Tom, Marco: > DPWorld Week ends with Party

Plenty of drinks, foods, house music. The Atlantis Dubai showed case another Party evening ending the 2018 European Tour season with Stars style. Style of King, Jon Rahm who on top of his "Rookie of the Year" award walk away with the DPWorld winner check 1,175,051 EURO. As Jon celebrate his first Atlantis party casual it was my fourth > 2014 with Grillo > 2015 & 2016 with Jacquelin > 2017 with Sterne finishing T31 with a nice birdie at the last hole.

But, The personal highlight of my DPWorld week was the registration of CaddiePlayer Tom Guean a 15 years old French Prodige whos dream is to become World N.1! > Tom has allready send to me three CaddiePlayer rounds and his "SwingScore" show me a astonishing 65,3! I am curiouse to see further.

To finish with, I can not miss out the Final Result of the European Tour School where my country man Swiss Marco Iten finishing two shots short of the 33 Tour Card qualifiers.... It means, for Switzerland, another year without a full member/player on the European Tour! How disappointing for a country with such a long golf history and sponsorship....

Until next time #IamCaddiePlayer Stéphane in Dubai 


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