VENICE, Fla. – Ten Canadians are among 210 competitors vying to punch their tickets to the third and final stage of LPGA Qualifying School from Oct. 20-23 at the Plantation Golf & Country Club.
Playing on the Bobcat and Panther courses, all athletes will compete in the 72-hole stroke-play event (with no cut) to earn one of the Top 80 slots (plus ties) to advance to the third stage at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., from Dec. 1-4.
Canadians in the field:
- Aram Choi, Surrey, B.C.
- Christina Foster, Toronto, Ontario
- Jennifer Ha, Calgary, Alberta
- Sara-Maude Juneau, Quebec City, Québec
- Anna Kim, Richmond Hill, Ontario
- Taylor Kim, Surrey, B.C.
- Jennifer Kirby, Paris, Ontario
- Megan Osland, Kelowna, B.C.
- Elizabeth Tong, Thornhill, Ontario
- Vivian Tsui, Markham, Ontario
Players failing to advance to the final stage will receive 2017 Symetra Tour status depending on completion of 72 holes.