There has been an uproar caused by Ai Miyazato winning the LET money title this year despite playing only two events. I have a solution I'd like to propose.
Since it's football season here in the US, I'll take an example from that sport to make my point. Let's say Tom Brady needs to leave the field to repair an equipment malfunction, so the backup replaces him for a few plays. During that time the backup throws two passes, completing both. The backup's completion percentage is 100, but he's not eligible for post-season awards based on that because he has not met minimum number of attempts that has been established by the league to be eligible for awards. To repeat, even though the backup is a league member, he's not eligible because he did not meet the minimum number of attempts.
Now to the LET: Women's golf is in a unique position at the present time. There are three viable Tours (LPGA, LET, JLPGA) that attract the best players in the game at one time or another. Wouldn't it make sense for the LET to establish a relatively low base number of tournaments so that Europeans (or Americans, or Asians) who normally play the LPGA could maintain LET membership, but establish a much higher number to qualify for post-season awards?
Could the LET establish three tournaments per year (one more than Evian and WBO, for example) as a minimum to maintain membership, but require 10 tournaments to qualify for awards? The best players in the world will make an effort to play a few times a year, especially when there are holes in the LPGA schedule, but doing so wouldn't skew post-season awards.