LPGA Q-school sectional qualifier comes to an end
Had Morgan Pressel shot any worse than a 72 today, she would’ve gone home an amateur for at least another year. But she didn’t let the pressure faze her. Instead, she went out and shot nine birdies and no bogies, for a stunning 63, leapfrogging all the way up to sixth place.
And Duke?s own Brittany Lang, who started the day in fourth place, shot five under and ended up on top of the board, winning medalist honors.
But there’s lots of golf left to play. Lang and Pressel, as well as thirty others, including Japan?s Ai Miyazato, still need to make it through the final stage of qualifying school in Daytona Beach, Fla., November 30-December 4, 2005, before they enter the ranks of the LPGA.
So how long before they start televising some of this drama? This is good stuff!
No need for Pressel to cry today. Her final-round 63 assured her a spot in the next round of Q-school.
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Was last years final stage of Q-school televised (any of it). Can anyone remember seeming Paula Creamer and co. I doubt it will be on tv, but we can hope!
* Pressel's final round was 3 shots better than any other round of the week by any player.
* She placed in the top 25 in all six of her LPGA events this year.
Pretty good record I think. Well done to Morgan Pressel. She'll be a force in the LPGA. Hopefully she gets through q-school. The LPGA needs her.
Agrre well done to Morgan we look forward to seeing you on the LPGA next year.
Pressel can only hit the ball short. Creamer will blast all the other players off the course like she did at the Evian Masters.
Also ask Laura Davies about the Solheim cup when Paula bet the pants off her.