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Esther Henseleit
Esther Henseleit

Esther Henseleit Biography – Esther Henseleit Wiki

Esther Henseleit is a German professional golfer and member of the LPGA and Ladies European Tour. She has been a member of the German National Team since 2014, won the bronze medal at the International Women’s Amateur Championship in 2016 and was nominated for the Junior Solheim Cup in 2017. In 2019, Esther started playing as Professional Golfer on the Ladies European Tour. As a highlight of her young professional career, she won the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit 2019 and the Rookie of the Year Award.

Henseleit started playing golf at the age of 9 after she accompanied her mother to the golf course for the first time. She was immediately enthusiastic about the sport and so she started to play golf at the Golfclub am Meer. In 2013, she moved from Golf Club am Meer to Hamburg Golf Club Falkenstein. She decided to take this step because she expected a better long-term prospects for her development through the presence of the women’s team in the first league. She has been a member of the German National Team since 2014, won the bronze medal at the International Women’s Amateur Championship in 2016 and was nominated for the Junior Solheim Cup in 2017.

In 2017, Esther played for Team Europe at the PING Junior Solheim Cup. She received a wildcard from captain Alison Nicholas and was allowed to play for Team Europe with another eleven players at the Des Moines Golf & Country Club against the Team America. Esther and teammate Emma Spitz each scored most points and were therefore the best players of the team. In the end Team America won with 14.5 to 9.5.

On December 20, 2018, Esther finished 3rd at the finals of Lalla Aicha Tour School and received membership for the Ladies European Tour in 2019. After five rounds of 68, 69, 74, 67 and 64 (-18), she received category 5c for the highest European Ladies Golf Tour. She was the best and only amateur to make the leap onto the LET at the Qualifying School in Morocco.

As an Amateur in 2018, Esther participated in European Ladies Team Championship. She won the German Team Championship (DGL), the European Ladies Club Trophy, and the German Ladies Amateur Championship. She finished 2nd in the European Championship Ladies (Single), 3rd in the French International Lady Juniors Championship, 5th in the Spanish Ladies Amateur Championship, 5th in the WATC Espirito Santo Trophy (Team), 6th in the WATC Espirito Santo Trophy (Single), and qualified for the Ladies European Tour 2019.

On December 20, 2018, Esther finished 3rd at the finals of Lalla Aicha Tour School and received membership for the Ladies European Tour in 2019. After five rounds of 68, 69, 74, 67 and 64 (-18), she received category 5c for the highest European Ladies Golf Tour. She was the best and only amateur to make the leap onto the LET at the Qualifying School in Morocco.

Henseleit turned professional in January 2019. On FEBRUARY 24, 2019, the Ladies Classic Bonville tournament was the first event on the Ladies European Tour where Esther competed as a professional golfer. With rounds of 73, 74, 73 and a strong final round of 67 and one stroke under par, she finished 9th in Australia.

At the US Women’s Open 2019, Esther Henseleit finished the first round with 66 strokes and was ranked 2nd. After further rounds of 77, 71 and 73, she finished her first major tournament with 2 over par on a shared 30th place, just as German professional golfer Caroline Masson. Esther had missed the qualification for the US Women’s Open by one stroke after a play-off, but as first alternate she still got the chance to participate in Charleston.

On June 15, 2019, Esther won the LET Access Series Skafto Open in Sweden. With an one-shot lead over her competitors, a final round of 5 under par and a final score of 11 under par, she finally won her first professional tournament.

On June 23, 2019, Esther finished the Ladies European Thailand Championship runner-up with 17 strokes under par. After solid rounds of 70, 68, 69, Esther started the final day on the second hole with an eagle and finished a sensational final round of 64. The tournament at the Phoenix Gold Golf & Country Club was won by Atthaya Thitikul from Thailand with 22 strokes under par.

On September 29, 2019, Esther finished runner-up at the Estrella Dammm Mediterranean Ladies Open with 7 under par. With only one shot ahead, Spanish Golfer Carlota Ciganda won the LET tournament.

On November 3, 2019 at the 2019 Q-Series, Esther earned playing status for the LPGA Tour, the North American Ladies Golf Tour, for the 2020 season.

On December 8, 2019, Esther won her first tournament on the Ladies European Tour, the 2019 Magical Kenya Ladies Open. After three rounds under par (69, 70, 71) she set a course record on the final day with 64 shots (-8) on the Vipingo Ridge golf course, catching up 7 strokes and overtaking the Swedish golfer Julia Engstrom. With a superb 14 strokes under par, Esther won the last tournament of the LET season and thus 45,000 US dollars.

On December 9, 2019, she won the LET Order of Merit and the title Rookie of the Year due to her first LET win in Kenya and her sensational finishes in her very first season as Professional Golfer, making her only the third player after Laura Davies in 1985 and Carlota Ciganda in 2012 to accomplish this feat.

On December 11, 2019, Esther was named Hamburg’s Player of the Year 2019 at the Volksbank Arena. She was voted by the readers of the newspaper “Abendblatt” and five initiators of the 14th Hamburg’s Sports Gala and thus prevailed in her category against the runner-up in the Parakanu World Championship Edina Müller and the beach volleyball player Laura Ludwig.

On November 20, 2020, Esther finished 10th at the Saudi Ladies Team International Esther was the best German in the individual classification with 6 under par and took a shared 10th place, in the team classification a shared 19th place. The week before Esther played in the Aramco Saudi Ladies International rounds of 71, 68, 71, 76 and reached a shared 16th place. Both tournaments took place at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in Saudi Arabia.

Esther Henseleit Age

Esther Henseleit was born on 14 January 1999, in Varel, Germany. In the small town in Niedersachsen she went to kindergarten and primary school, in 2005 she went to the Freie Waldorfschule in Oldenburg and successfully finished her A-Levels in 2018.

Esther Henseleit Family

Esther Henseleit grew up in Varel with her parents and her two sisters.

Esther Henseleit Height

Esther Henseleit stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m).

Esther Henseleit Career Earnings

Esther Henseleit has total career earnings of $68,363.

Esther Henseleit Instagram

Esther Henseleit’s Instagram handle is @esther_hen.

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