Calatayud Ladies Open, penultimate event

All the players in the top ten in the order of merit are competing for the six 'cards' for the Ladies European Tour 2024, which will be awarded to the top six after the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de España

by Andrea Gussoni
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Calatayud Ladies Open, penultimate event
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Erika De Martini and Marta Spiazzi will be the only two Italians on the field in the Calatayud Ladies Open, the penultimate seasonal tournament of the LET Access - the second European women's circuit - scheduled from 18 to 20 October at the Gaiuto Golf Calatayud, in the Spanish city that gives it its name to the event.

LET Access seasonal tournament, schedule

All the players in the top ten in the order of merit are competing for the six 'cards' for the Ladies European Tour 2024, which will be awarded to the top six after the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de España, the final race of the tour which will take place next week (26-28 October) in Zaragoza, also in Spain.

And it will also be important to finish between seventh and 20th place which will allow direct access to the final of the LET Qualifying School (Al Maaden Golf Marrakech & Royal Golf Marrakech, Morocco, 16-20 December, 90 holes).

The attention and the favors on the eve go to the Danish Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen, leader of the money list, authentic dominator of the tour who in twelve races played achieved three successes (the last in the previous Lombardia Ladies Open at the Varese Golf Club), three seconds places and never made the cut.

The others who follow her in the ranking will try to counter her, in order, the English Emily Price, the Swiss Chiara Tamburlini and Elena Moosmann, the other English Gemma Clews, the Slovenian Katja Pogacar, the Danish Puk Lyng Thomsen, the Austrian Katharina Muehlbauer, the Spanish Marta Martin and the Scottish Hannah McCook.

The prize money is 40,000 euros with the first coin of 6,400 euros. The Ladies European Tour (LET) is the professional circuit for female golfers (proettes) created in 1979, based in England. Most of the golfers who participate are European but it is possible to see golfers of non-European nationality, the largest contingent of which is Australian.

It is the equivalent of the LPGA for the European continent. Its mission is to organize and set up the various tournaments of the year, these can be organized outside Europe and/or be registered with another circuit (such as the Evian Masters which is also registered on the LPGA Tour).

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