LET Qualifying School, final stage in Morocco


LET Qualifying School, final stage in Morocco
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The Italian athletes Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso and Emma Lundgren have qualified for the final phase of the Qualifying School of the Ladies European Tour, after having brilliantly passed the pre-qualifications in Marrakech, Morocco, on three different routes.

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The promising English amateur Annabell Fuller managed to take first place on the par 72 of the Rotana Golf Club, with 202 shots (65, 68, 69, -14). Colombotto Rosso instead finished in fourth place with a total of 209 shots (75, 67, 67, -7), thanks to an excellent recovery in the last lap, which allowed her to qualify for the final phase.

Erika De Martini, however, ranked 38th with 220 (+4) and was unable to reach the final among the top 30 athletes. At Noria Golf Club (par 73, 28 passed), Singapore amateur Shannon Tan and Scot Alison Muirhead finished in first place with 208 strokes (-11).

The young and emerging Italian amateur Emma Lundgren managed to qualify in 23rd place with a total of 223 shots (75, 71, 77, +4). Unfortunately, Sara Berselli (47th with 230, +11), Carolina Caminoli (am) (58th with 235, +16) and Alessia Fornara (70th with 257, +38) were unable to access the final phase of the Qualifying School.

During the course of the Samanah Golf Club, whose par is 72 and which promotes 28 players, the American Aneka Seumanutafa took first place with a score of 205 (69 68 68, -11). Unfortunately, Marta Spiazzi, 31st with 222 (+6), Caterina Tatti, 40th with 228 (+8) and Federica Torre, 53rd with 228 (+12) were not qualified.

The final will take place from 16 to 20 December, again in Marrakech, on the two courses of the Royal Golf Marrakech and the Al Maaden Golf, with a distance of 90 holes and a cut after 72. Last year, 24 "cards" were awarded " category 12 (20 plus four tied) to play full time on the LET, and one of these was conquered by Alessandra Fanali with 17th place.

Morocco is a country in North Africa that borders the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea and is characterized by Berber, Arab and European cultural influences. Marrakesh's medina, a labyrinthine neighborhood from the medieval era, offers various leisure activities in the Jamaa el Fna square and in the souks (markets), where ceramic objects, jewelery and metal lamps are sold. The Oudaïa kasbah in the capital Rabat is a 12th-century royal fortress overlooking the sea.