Monday, November 26, 2007

LPGA Q-School Week

Just like college students around the country (and their professors) are returning to classes after Thanksgiving Break, hopefuls who want to play on the most competitive tour in the world are going to the LPGA's Q-School this week. I'm rooting for Super Sophs Na Ri Kim, Virada Nirapathpongporn, and Nina Reis, KLPGA stars Na-Yeon Choi and Hee Young Park, LET sensations Nikki Garrett, Kiran Matharu, Ashleigh Simon, and Amy Yang, struggling 2007 rookies Song Hee Kim, Paige Mackenzie, Maru Martinez, and Jane Park, former NCAA and current Futures Tour standout Taylor Leon, Ladies Asian Golf Tour teenage star Ya Ni Tseng, and struggling LPGA veterans Beth Bauer and Kelli Kuehne to snag the 17 exempt cards for 2008 that are up for grabs from November 28th through December 2nd. But good luck to all!

1 comment:

spyder said...

most competitive tour in the world

We road bicyclists might suggest that there is another more competitive professional tour: one that pays very well and with incredible endorsement deals, has a far greater pool of international talent, travels all over the planet, and so forth, and is certainly the most competitive male tour in the world (as well as conditioned and drugged athletes). But, as for most competitive female tour; LPGA most probably?