Kane among Canadians at final stage of LPGA Q-School

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The LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament will get underway Wednesday at Daytona Beach, Fla. and 12 Canadians will tee-it-up with hopes of securing LPGA Tour status for 2015.

The final qualifier is a 90-hole, stroke-play format and will be played on the Jones and Hill courses at LPGA International.

The top 20 players from the 154-player field will earn Priority in Category 12 (full-time status for 2015), while players finishing 21st -45th will receive Priority in Category 17 (conditional-status for 2015).

There will be a 72-hole cut after play on Saturday. The top 70 plus ties will tee off in the fifth and final round on Sunday.

There is a $50,000 purse for the event with the medalist taking home $5,000.

The Canadian participants in this year’s final qualifying stage are:

* denotes Canadian resident