Gabriela Ruffels, now a two-time winner on the Epson Tour, never let failing to sign up for LPGA Q-Series keep her down
Now a two-time winner in six starts on the Epson Tour, Ruffels said: “I feel the job is not done.”
Samantha Wagner self-reported a rules violation last year at LPGA Q-Series and missed the cut by one stroke. Now she’s tour-bound.
It was a group effort on Sunday for Wagner, who had her dad on the bag, mom in the gallery and brother on the phone.
Meet each of the 46 players who earned LPGA cards at Q-Series for 2023, including rookies who span in age from 18 to 31
Meet the players who played their way onto the LPGA for 2023.
The eight-round Q-Series race ends with 46 players securing LPGA Status for 2023
The first full-field LPGA event of the season is in March in Arizona.
These two former Duke Blue Devils teamed up once to win an NCAA championship; they are now working together to earn an LPGA Card at Q-Series
A total 75 players made the 72-hole Q-Series cut, including four former Duke players.
Alana Uriell was disqualified from the LPGA Q-Series due to signing an incorrect scorecard
LPGA Q-Series was especially brutal for Alana Uriell.
LPGA Q-Series – Former Netflix star, a NAIA history-maker and newly-minted pros prepare for the 144-hole grind
Meet 12 of the players set for the 144-hole grind.
Gabriela Ruffels missed the LPGA Q-Series entry deadline and will instead play in her first Australian Open.
“I guess it was all on myself, and that’s something I need to work on — being more on top of deadlines.”
College golf: Cynthia Lu from Oregon and Jenny Bae from Georgia will both return to school rather than entering the LPGA Q-Series
With the new LPGA rules, college stars had a decision to make.
Mariah Stackhouse, Eight Amateurs Among 50 Players who reached the final stage of LPGA Qualifying
Becca Huffer and Seulki Lee were co-medalists in the event, which featured a field of 178 players.