Sarah Kemp on Wednesday at the Evian Championship 2019.
Sarah Kemp produced a career-changing fourteen days in Barwon Heads and Adelaide in February and if she ever caught fire for a few more weeks, it's time now.
The Sydneysider rode high in 2019 on the back of a second place at the ISPS Handa Vic Open and a T10 finish at the ISPS Handa Women & # 39; s Australian Open the following week that immediately changed her way of thinking and schedule.
The start opened for Kemp on the LPGA Tour, including spots in all three majors so far.
Although she was unable to seize those opportunities, the 33-year-old has a huge three weeks ahead with starts in Evian, at the AIG Women & # 39; s British Open and the Ladies Scottish Open the following week.
"This is a nice surprise," Kemp said on Wednesday.
"I planned in November, December last year that I would not go to LPGA Q-School, I was going to weaken it a bit and just play the LET.
"Another crazy thing is that I will play every major this year, so that was very unexpected.
"The Evian and the British, life is pretty good if you can play those two, so it's pretty cool."
Currently in 18th place on the Ladies European Tour cash list, Kemp's top two finishes were outside Australia in the form of back-to-back top 10 & # 39; s in Morocco and Dubai at the end of April.
Meanwhile, her form in the Australian summer is her 86th on the LPGA money list.
The top 80 at the end of the season closes a full tour card for 2020 and with the following three events co-sanctioned by the LPGA and LET, it can be a new career-defining period for Kemp.
"I went home a few weeks ago and got to see my coach John Serhan at St Michael and got a bit of an adjustment," Kemp said.
"So a few good finishes for the rest of the year would be really nice."
Kemp starts in the third last group on Thursday at 2:17 PM local time (10:17 AM AEST) alongside Mi Hyang Lee and Swede Madelene Sagstrom from Korea.