The top-10 prize money earners, who have not already qualified as of Nov 11, will also get to play in the final Major event of the season that will be held at the Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas. And that placed her in sixth spot among those who have yet to qualify for the Women’s Open. “It’s not finalised yet until the completion of the next event in Georgia (LPGA Drive On Championship-Reynolds Lake Oconee from Oct 22-25), which is the last meet before the cut-off, but I believe I stand a good chance.
Anyone remember the original Malaysian LPGA Tour "stalwart," Lim Siew-Ai?
By name, yes. The LPGA website says she hasn't played the tour since 2008. I might have seen her in passing, but her name is not in my reports for the 2006 Shoprite, 2007 Sybase and 2008 Sybase. She did not get into the 2005 and 2006 match plays. BTW, the EMP is in my report from the 2015 KPMG:
Watched a little of Kelly Tan and Ha Na Jang. Tan’s approach at the short uphill par-4 7th bounced once, hit the flag, and spun ferociously back off the green about thirty yards...still made par. The Hulk doubled this hole.
More proof that women's golf in the U.S. is a joke compared to Asia ... Kana Nagai had or has a weekly instructional feature on 9/22, 9/29 and 10/6 in that so-called defunct medium of newsprint:
It feels like a wasted season for Yealimi Noh with no TV exposure and no other significant credits; but it really hasn't been that bad:
#1 Rookie of the Year Race 267 (Andrea Lee is second with 251) #30 LPGA Official Money $233,990 (Nelly Korda finished her rookie season in 2017 ranked #47) #64 Rolex World Ranking 1.81 (She's younger than any player who ranks ahead of her)