LET Access almost at the end of the season

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LET Access almost at the end of the season

LET Access is almost at the end of the season. There are three events to go until the end of the season when the 'cards' will be awarded for the Ladies European Tour 2023, the next in England and the last two in Spain.

LET Access, schedule

On the course of The Melbourne Club At Brocket Hall, in Hatfield, near Welwyn Garden City, the Rose Ladies Open (23-25 ​​September) is held with the participation of six Italian proette: Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso, Erika De Martini, Sara Berselli , Martina Flori, Clara Manzalini and Alessandra Fanali, in their first professional race and who will participate in Stage 2 of the LPGA Tour Qualifying School next October, after winning Stage 1.

In the field nine of the top ten of the money list, of which five are also seasonal winners: the Czech Sara Kouskova (No. 2), three titles, the German Patricia Isabel Schmidt (No. 3), the New Zealander Momoka Kobori (No. 4), two hits, Dutch amateur Lauren Holmey (# 5) and Australian Kristalle Blum (# 7).

The Swedish Anna Magnusson (No. 6), the English Gemma Clews (No. 8), the Austrian Katharina Muehlbauer (No. 9) and the Scotsman Hannah McCook (No. 10) will also start. Absent was the German Chiara Noja (n. 1), already sure she had the coveted "card"

Two other winners in 2022 in the race, Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso (hers the Terre Blanche Ladies Open at the beginning of the year) and the French amateur Nastasia Nadaud. All favorites, of course, together with the blue, who with a new success could turn her season around.

There are, however, many other players able to have their say, including the English Eleanor Givens, the Spanish Noemi Jimenez, the Transalpine Lucie Andrè and the Finnish Niina Liias. The prize pool is 65,000 euros.

The LET Access Series is a professional golf tour for women and the official development tour of the Ladies European Tour. Launched in 2010, the LET Access Series offers players the opportunity to compete and progress towards LET. As one of the eight major women's tours performances on LETAS carry Women's World Golf Rankings points.