Qualifying Tournament Q-Series for the cards



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Qualifying Tournament Q-Series for the cards

Roberta Liti will be the only blue competing in the LPGA and Epson Tour Qualifying Tournament Q-Series where the "cards" for the two US women's circuits 2023 will be assigned. A final, in which 100 competitors take part, 144 holes long, divided into two fractions of 72.

The first will take place from December 1 to 4 at Magnolia Grove GC, with the participants alternating on the two courses of the Falls Course (par 71) and the Crossings Course (par 72) in Mobile, Alabama. At the end, the first 70 classified and those tied for 70th will be admitted to the second phase, who from 8 to 11 December will compete at the Highland Oaks Golf Course (hybrid course created from nine holes in the Highlands and nine in the Marshwood).

in Dothan, also in Alabama. The score will be cumulative with that of the first 72 holes.

LPGA and Epson Tour Qualifying Tournament Q-Series, schedule

The top 20 in the final rankings and ties in 20th place will receive the category 14 'card', full-time, for the LPGA Tour and those finishing in 21st to 45th place (including ties) will have the category 15 of the major tour, with fewer chances to play, and category C (full time) in the Epson Tour where the others who will complete the eight rounds will also be admitted, but with a lower category.

In the field, numerous players with good prospects such as the American Becca Huffer and the Korean Seulki Lee, who prevailed ex aequo in Stage 2, the other Americans Alexa Pano, Bailey Tardy, Jillian Hollis and Kim Kaufman, the Spanish Ana Pelaez Trivino, the Belgian Manon De Roey, Swedish Daniela Holmqvist, Argentine Magdalena Simmermacher, Filipina Dottie Ardina, Australian Su Oh and Ines Laklalech, the first Moroccan to dominate the Ladies European Tour.

The LPGA Tour is the premier women's professional golf tour in the United States of America, operated by the LPGA. The first edition of the tournament dates back to 1950 with the organization of the Tampa Women's Open. The most titled golfer is the American Kathy Whitworth, winner of 88 tournaments on the LPGA Tour.