(Photo: Colorado University)
Queenslander Robyn Choi has survived the marathon of the qualifying series to earn her playing rights on the biggest and most lucrative world tour in the world, the LPGA Tour, in 2019.
Choi scored 10-plus par today for her eight rounds of qualifying play in Pinehurst, North Carolina, and survived on the number.
The top 45 and the tires would progress; The 20-year-old Choi was 45th and achieved the smallest of the margins.
But it is a huge achievement for the young woman of the Gold Coast who won twice the amateur championship in Queensland.
She studied at a scholarship at the University of Colorado and is still an amateur.
As a sophomore in the 2017-2018 college season, Choi led the Buffs with five top-five finishes, six top-10 finishes and 13 sub-par rounds.
She also participated in the US Women & # 39; s Open in 2017 and 2018.
Choi will join Minjee Lee, Su Oh, Katherine Kirk, Sarah Jane Smith and Karrie Webb on the LPGA Tour from next season.
But Rebecca Artis ended as a shared 68th in general and will have to consider her options before 2019, after they finally qualified to play 2018 on the LPGA.
View the latest classification from the last phase of the LPGA Q-Series.