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Ladies European Tour Q-School

Who made the grade at Ladies European Tour Q-School?

Twenty-two players secured their 2024 cards after coming through at Al Maaden Golf Marrakech. So who can we look forward to seeing next year?

 

Nataliya Guseva added to her freshly won LPGA Tour card by storming to victory at Ladies European Tour Q-School.

The 20-year-old shot a final round 69 and a 23-under-par total to win 2024 Lalla Aicha Q-School at Al Maaden Golf Marrakech by four shots.

“It’s crazy that I came here already with my LPGA Tour card and then just coming here and winning LET Q-School, it’s something I’ve always dreamed of,” she told the LET website.

She was one of 22 who came through five rounds to secure Category 12 membership and full status, with South Africa’s Cara Gorlei grabbing the runners-up spot, and Thailand’s Aunchisa Utama finishing in third.

Spain’s Luna Sobron Galmes overcame a difficult year of injuries to come home in fourth after a six-under-par closing round of 67.

She told the LET: “I’m happy with getting my LET status again. This was a difficult year because I had an injury, so I’m happy.

“I had a protrusion in my back. This was the first week that I was playing without medication so I’m very happy.”

Galmes was one of five Spaniards to come in the top 20 and ties and was joined by Fatima Fernandez Cano, Teresa Toscano, Teresa Diez Moliner and Paz Marfa Sans.

Three amateurs: England’s Annabell Fuller (tied 5th), Singapore’s Shannon Tan (tied 8th), and South Africa’s Danielle du Toit (tied 20th), also grabbed their cards.

Ladies European Tour Q-School

Who secured their cards at Ladies European Tour Q-School?

The full list of qualifiers from Ladies European Tour Q-School are:

Nataliya Guseva (Russia)

Cara Gorlei (South Africa)

Aunchisa Utama (Thailand)

Luna Sobron Galmes (Spain)

Agathe Laisne (France)

Annabell Fuller (amateur, England)

Fernanda Lira (Mexico)

Fatima Fernandez Cano (Spain)

Shannon Tan (amateur, Singapore)

Teresa Toscano (Spain)

Bel Wardle (England)

Ana Belac (Slovenia)

Dorthea Forbrigd (Norway)

Pranavi Urs (India)

Perrine Delacour (France)

Teresa Diez Moliner (Spain)

Dorota Zalewska (Poland)

Pax Marfa Sans (Spain)

Ellinor Sudow (Sweden)

Danielle du Toit (amateur, South Africa)

Momoka Kobori (New Zealand)

Jung Min Hong (South Korea)

A further 30 players received Category 16 membership for 2024.

Now have your say

Which of these Ladies European Tour Q-School qualifiers is set for a big year in 2024? Why not let us know with a comment on X.

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