STILLWATER – Greg Robertson and the Oklahoma State women’s golf team signed French international veteran Clemence Martin to a National Letter of Intent.
Martin, who won the 2019 French Ladies Amateur Championship with a one-stroke victory at Golf Des Yvelines, is currently ranked No. 313 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings (WAGR) and is listed at No. 52 in the European Golf Rankings.
The Paris native represented her country at the European Girls’ Team Championship in September in Slovakia, and tied for 13th at the 2020 European Ladies’ Amateur Championship after rounds of 67-71-72-68 at the Cubo Golf Course in Slovenia.
Martin has competed in more than a dozen international tournaments across seven countries in 2020 alone, including top-10 finishes at the Grand Prix de Saint Germain and the Grand Prix de ligue PACA Dames.
She also closed the 2019 season with runner-up finishes at the Grand Prix De Joyenval and the Belgian International Amateur Championship.
Martin joins a Cowgirl squad currently ranked No. 13 nationally by Golfweek. OSU is coming off an individual victory by junior by Lianna Bailey, which was the third individual win by the Cowgirls in 11 events under Robertson.
The Cowgirls will tee off the spring season at the LTWF Heroes in Sarasota, Florida on a Feb. 7.