Aronsson Makes Cut For LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
VENICE, Fla. -- Recent Husky grad Molly Aronsson has made the cut at the second of two Q-School qualifying tournaments and will play in the 90-hole Final Qualifying Tournament in early December.
Aronsson saved her best round for last, shooting a 1-under 71 in the final round of the Sectional Qualifier being held at Bobcat and Panther Course in Venice, Fla. She entered the final round in 42nd place but pushed her way up to 28th (top 30 move on) in the last day.
Aronsson will now play in the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, which is a 90-hole, five-day event, taking place on both the Legends and Champions courses at LPGA International. The first 72 holes are played on both courses, while players play the Champion course during the final round. The cut, historically held after 54 holes, will now reduce the field to the low 70 players and ties after 72 holes.
Q-School helps to determine those who will be offered Tournament Division Membership in the Ladies Professional Golf Association with priority status for the 2011 season. The top 20 qualifiers will receive priority status in Category #11. The top 20 players will alternate with players 81-100 on the 2010 LPGA Official Money List. In addition, qualifiers finishing in position #21-30 will receive priority status in category 16 and qualifiers in position 31-40 in category #20.
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