GREENWOOD, S.C. — Lori Beth Adams of Burlington had her best finish on the Symetra Tour, which is a developmental circuit for the LPGA Tour.
Adams finished tied for sixth last Sunday in the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women’s Health Classic at The Links at Stoney Point.
Adams, a Western Alamance graduate, posted a 2-under-par 282 for four rounds. It was her third outing on the tour.
The winner was Celine Boutier, a former Duke golfer from France.
Boutier defeated Paola Moreno on the first extra hole for her first Symetra Tour title. Boutier birdied the par-5 18th in the playoff, and Moreno made a bogey.
Boutier closed with an even-par 72 to match Moreno at 10-under 278.
Boutier earned $ 30,000, pushing the 23-year-old from from 20th to second on the money list with $ 39,295 in her rookie season. The final top 10 will earn LPGA Tour cards.
Moreno had a 74 after taking a two-stroke lead into the final round.
Canada’s Anne-Catherine Tanguay (73) was third at 9-under. She leads the money list with $ 39,387.