QS LET final: the 2024 cards will be assigned

Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso and Emma Lundgren, an amateur golfer, are competing to obtain the 'card' for the Ladies European Tour 2024.

by Andrea Gussoni
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QS LET final: the 2024 cards will be assigned
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Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso and Emma Lundgren, an amateur golfer, are competing to obtain the 'card' for the Ladies European Tour 2024. The event takes place from 16 to 20 December on the Royal Golf and Al Maaden Golf courses in Marrakech , in Morocco.

The two Italian athletes gained access to the final phase by passing Stage 1, played on three courses also in Marrakech: Colombotto Rosso ranked fourth at the Rotana Golf Club while Lundgren took 23rd place at the Noria Golf Club.

Ladies European Tour 2024, schedule

The competition is played over a distance of 90 holes, with 18 holes played per day. In the first 72 holes, the 151 participants from 41 nations will alternate on the two courses. Subsequently, the top 65 ranked teams and those tied for 65th place will advance to the final round which will take place at Al Maaden Golf.

At the end of the event, the top 20 athletes ranked and those tied for 20th position will obtain a full-time category 12 'card' Instead, those who finish between 21st and 50th position will have a category 16 'card' with fewer playing opportunities.

The other participants will be classified in category 19. Furthermore, the prize money for the event amounts to 10,000 euros, of which 5,000 euros will go to the winner. The tone used responds to a serious and professional communication.

No reference should be made to the reader and exclamation points should not be used. Several competitors with a past on the tour present themselves on the playing field, including the South African Stacy Lee Bregman, the Moroccan Maha Haddioui, the Indian Tvesa Malik - who won in the QS Stage 1-Asia -, the Northern Irish Olivia Mehaffey and the Scottish Michele Thomson.

At their side, there are three athletes with long experience on the LET, such as the English Florentyna Parker, who has played 259 tournaments with three victories (one in the Ladies Italian Open in 2014), the Swedish Linda Wessberg with 294 participations and four titles , and Welshwoman Becky Brewerton with 315 appearances and three wins.

Spain's Fatima Fernandez Cano, who has had good results on the Epson Tour, and Indian amateur Avani Prashanth - who won the LET Access (Ahlsell Final) this year and previously three events on the Hero Women's Pro Golf Tour (in 2021 and 2022) - will try to join the continental circuit.

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