LPGA Q Series, all the graduates of this year

Here are the graduates of the 2021 LPGA Q Series, eight aggregate rounds held over two weeks at two different sites on the Alabama Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. All of these players will receive LPGA Tour status for 2022. The players who finished 21-45 will also receive Symetra Tour status.  

LPGA Q Series, graduates

Na Rin An (1, -33)

An, 25, is from Seoul, Republic of Korea
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is T3 at the 2021 BMW Ladies Championship; she has only played a total of two LPGA Tour events
An is a two-time winner on the KLPGA, after her victories at the 2020 Autech Carrier Championship and the 2020 Hana Financial Group Championship
In 2021 on the KLPGA, she earned 15 top-20 finishes, with two runner-up performances at the NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship and the Dongbu Construction KOREIT Championship
 

Pauline Roussin-Bouchard (2, -32)

Roussin-Bouchard, 21, is from Brignoles, France
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is T38 at the 2021 Amundi Evian Championship as an amateur; she has played a total of three LPGA Tour events
Roussin-Bouchard won second start as a professional in August on the Ladies European Tour at the Didriksons Skaftö Open
She finished 23rd in the Race to Costa del Sol on the LET
Turned pro in August 2021
Roussin-Bouchard reached No. 1 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings in January of 2020
Was a two-time All-American at the University of South Carolina and five-time medalist as a Gamecock (second most wins all-time)

 

Atthaya Thitikul (3, -26)

Thitikul, 18, is from Ratchaburi, Thailand
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is second, at the 2021 Honda LPGA Thailand and the 2021 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open
Thitikul also earned two additional top-five finishes on Tour in 2021, at the Amundi Evian Championship (5th) and the ISPS Handa World Invitational (4th)
She has made 14 of 15 cuts since 2017 on Tour
In 2021 on the Ladies European Tour, Thitikul won twice and earned an additional 12 top-10 finishes; she’s won four times on the LET in her career
She earned Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year honors, and finished first in the Race to Costa Del Sol (Order of Merit)
In 2017, Thitikul won the Ladies European Thailand Championship as an amateur, making her the youngest person ever to win a professional golf tour event at 14 years, four months and 19 days old
As an amateur, her wins include the 2016 Singha Thailand Junior World Championship, the 2017 Taiwan Amateur Championship, the 2018 Women’s Amateur Asia Pacific, the 2018 & 2019 World Junior Girls Championship and the 2019 Thailand Ladies Amateur Open
 

Ruoning Yin (T4, -21)

Yin, 19, is from Shanghai, China
She turned professional in 2020, primarily playing on the China LPGA Tour
Yin finished T3 at LPGA Qualifying Tournament Stage II with a four-day total of 275 (-13)
Yin played in two CLPGA events in 2021; her best finish was a T11 at the Nanshan Ladies Golf Challenge
She qualified for the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open at Olympic Club (MC)
Yin won her first three events in a row on the CLPGA as a professional in 2020, a record for the tour
She recorded six top-10s on the CLPGA during the 2020 season
She won nine titles in 2019 as a junior amateur 
Yin was ranked as high as 64th in the World Amateur Golf Rankings
 

Peiyun Chien (T4, -21)

Chien, 31, is from Chinese Taipei
She has made $671,851 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Chien’s career-best on Tour is T3 at the 2017 Dana Open presented by Marathon; she has an additional three top-10 finishes on Tour
Chien played three events on Tour in 2021, with her season-best result a tie for 19th at the Volunteers of America Classic
She played in 17 events on the Symetra Tour in 2021, earning a win at the Circling Raven Championship and two additional top-10 finishes; she finished 19th in the Race for the Card standings
Chien first earned LPGA Tour status in 2017 by finishing 10th in the Race for the Card in 2016
She has earned three career wins on the Symetra Tour and four on the TLPGA

 

Janie Jackson (6, -19)

Jackson, 27, is from Huntsville, Alabama
She has made $41,521 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Jackson’s career-best finish on Tour is a tie for 27th at the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational alongside playing partner Ryann O’Toole
In 2021, she made six cuts in eight starts on Tour and recorded one top-30 finish
Jackson was a Symetra Tour graduate in 2020 to gain LPGA Tour status for 2021 after finishing fifth in the Race for the Card standings
She earned her first win on the Symetra Tour at the Florida’s Natural Charity Classic in 2020
Jackson played collegiate golf at the University of Arizona before transferring to the University of Alabama; she was named to the All-SEC Team as a senior in 2016
 

Ayaka Furure (7, -18)

Furure, 21, is from Kobe, Japan
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is fourth, at the 2021 Amundi Evian Championship; she has played a total of three events on Tour in her career
Furure is a seven-time winner on the JLPGA: one in 2019, three in 2020 and three in 2021
She was the 2020-21 Player of the Year on the JLPGA
As an amateur, she won the 2019 Fujitsu Ladies on the JLPGA and turned pro shortly afterwards
 

Linnea Johansson (T8, -17)

Johansson, 28, is from Bastad, Sweden
She has made $25,955 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Johansson’s career-best finish on Tour is a tie for 39th at the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational alongside playing partner Linnea Strom
In 2021, she played eight events on Tour, with her season-best result a tie for 39th at the Dow GLBI
Johansson earned two top-five finishes on the Symetra Tour in 2021, including a runner-up performance at the Prasco Charity Championship; she finished 33rd in the Race for the Card Standings
She first earned LPGA Tour status for 2020 by finishing T26 at the 2019 LPGA Q-Series
 

Hye-Jin Choi (T8, -17)

Choi, 22, is from Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is second, at the 2017 U.S. Women’s Open (as an amatuer), 2018 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open and the 2020 ISPS Handa Vic Open
Choi has made the cut in 21 of 24 starts on the LPGA Tour, and has earned a total of six top-10 finishes since 2017
She has 11 wins on the KLPGA Tour, including five in 2019, when she was the KLPGA’s leading money winner
As an amateur, Choi’s wins included the 2015 World Junior Girls Championship (both Individual and Team), the 2016 Canadian Women’s Amateur, the 2017 Australian Women’s Amateur and the 2017 ChoJung Sparkling Water Yongpyong Resort Open and Bogner-MBN Ladies Open on the KLPGA

 

Bianca Pagdanganan (T10, -14)

Pagdanganan, 24, is from the Philippines
She has made $271,990 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Pagdanganan’s career-best finish on Tour is solo third at the 2020 LPGA Drive On Championship at Reynolds Lake Oconee
In 2021, she made the cut in eight of 12 starts on Tour, recording one top-15 result and two additional top-30 results
Pagdanganan represented the Phillipines at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (T43)
She first earned LPGA Tour status for 2020/21 by finishing T38 at the 2019 LPGA Q-Series
Pagdanganan played collegiate golf at the University of Arizona after transferring from Gonzaga University in 2017; she helped the Wildcats clinch the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship
 

Dewi Weber (T10, -14)

Weber, 25, is from Groningen, The Netherlands
She has been a Symetra Tour Member since 2019, and has made $104,723 in career earnings; she has earned a total of 12 top-10 finishes on Tour in her career
In 2021, Weber finished 41st in the Race for the Card standings; she recorded three top-10 finishes, including a season-best tie for sixth at the Twin Bridges Championship
She played collegiate golf at the Univeristy of Miami where she was a three-time All American at Miami, the first for the school to earn the honor three times
Weber won three times and recorded 18- top-10 finishes at U of Miami, including a runner-up performance at the NCAA Championships
 

Yaeeun Hong (T12, -13)

Hong, 19, is from Seoul, Republic of Korea
She has made $69,096 in career earnings on the Symetra Tour 
Hong has 7 career top-10s the best of which was a T2 at the Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout
Played one event in 2020, the Florida’s Natural Charity Classic, and finished T3
Finished T4 at Stage II of the 2019 LPGA Qualifying Tournament to earn membership on the Symetra Tour for rookie year of 2020
Won the 2019 Australian Women’s Amateur Championship
Father, Taesik, is a former professional golfer
 

Kelly Tan (T12, -13)

Tan, 28, is from Batu Pahat, Malaysia
She has made $680,394 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Tan’s career-best finish on Tour is a tie for fourth at the 2014 Dana Open presented by Marathon
In 2021, she made the cut seven times in 14 starts on Tour; her season-best finish was a tie for 22nd at the LOTTE Championship
Tan represented Malaysia at the 2016 Rio Olympics (51) and 2020 Tokyo Olympics (T34)
She has one Symetra Tour victory at the 2019 Florida’s Natural Charity Classic
As an amateur, Tan finished T13 at the 2013 Final Qualifying Tournament to first earn Tour status for 2014 and turned professional after the event
 

Emily Kristine Pedersen (T14, -12)

Pedersen, 25, is from Copenhagen, Denmark
She has made $197,944 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Pedersen’s career-best finish on Tour is a tie for second at the 2020 Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open
She is a two-time European Solheim Cup Team member (2017, 2021) with an overall record of 3-4-0
Pedersen represented Denmark at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, finishing T5
She is a five-time winner on the Ladies European Tour; In 2020, she won four times and won the Race to Costa del Sol (Order of Merit)
In 2015, Pedersen was named the LET’s Rookie of the Year
She has also won the Den Glydne Golfbond (Denmark’s Player of the Year) in 2013 and 2020
Pedersen finished T27 at the 2016 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to first earn LPGA Tour status for 2017
As an amateur, she was a two-time Junior Ryder Cup player for Europe (2012, 2014) and was also a member of the 2014 PING Junior Solheim Cup for Europe
Pedersen’s amateur wins include the 2013 Spanish Ladies Amateur, the 2013 European Ladies Amateur Championship and the 2014 Women’s Amateur Championship
 

Isi Gabsa (T14, -12)

Gabsa, 26, is from Munich, Germany
She has made $105,876 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Gabsa played in two events on Tour in 2021; her best finish was a T40 at the Pelican Women’s Championship
She has made $166,062 in career earnings on the Symetra Tour; joined in 2016
Gabsa has had 14 top-10s on Symetra, including a single victory at the 2018 Forsyth Classic
Her best Symetra Tour finish in 2021 was a T2 at the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship
Gabsa first gained LPGA Tour membership by finishing ninth on the Symetra Tour Official Money List to earn status for the 2019 season
Has two LET Access Series wins, the 2015 PGA Halmstad Ladies Open at Haverdal and the 2015 Drøbak Ladies Open
 

Lauren Kim (T16, -11)

Kim, 27, is from Los Altos, California
She has made $225,658 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Kim’s career-best finish on Tour is a tie for 12th at the 2019 Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational alongside playing partner Sarah Schmelzel
In 2021, she made the cut in six of 12 events on Tour; she recorded a season-best result of T19 at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship
Kim has earned one career victory on the Symetra Tour at the 2018 Florida’s Natural Charity Classic
She finished T29 at the 2016 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to first earn LPGA Tour status for 2017
Kim played collegiate golf at Stanford University and graduated with a B.A. in Science, Technology and Society
She was a First-Team All-American at Stanford (2014, 2015 & 2016), earned Pac-12 All-Conference First Team honors (2015 & 2016) and helped lead her team to the program’s first national championship title in 2015
 

Stephanie Kyriacou (T16, -11)

Kyriacou, 21, is from Sydney, Australia
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is T13 at the AIG Women’s Open; she has played a total of nine events on the LPGA Tour
Kyriacou is a two-time winner on the Ladies European Tour, her most recent at the 2021 Big Green Egg Open
She finished third in the Race to Costa Del Sol after 10 top-10 finishes this season on the LET
Kyriacou won the 2020 Geoff King Motors Australian Ladies Classic Bonville as an amateur (the 10th occurrence in LET history) and turned pro two days later
As an amateur, her wins included the 2017 & 2019 Port Phillip Open Amateur, the 2018 Victorian Women’s amateur, the 2019 Australian Master of the Amateurs and the 2019 Queensland Amateur Championship
Kyriacou started playing golf at age four and was introduced to the game by her dad, who regularly caddies for her now
 

Allisen Corpuz (T16, -11)

Corpuz, 23, is from Honolulu, Hawaii
She has played four LPGA Tour events since 2016, most recently the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open
Corpuz was a member of the winning 2021 Curtis Cup team; she went undefeated with a 3-0-0 and did not play any of the two foursome sessions
Corpuz played collegiate golf at the University of Southern California (USC) and was a two-time All-American; she won three times in her career as a Trojan
In 2008, she surpassed fellow Hawaii native Michelle Wie West as the youngest qualifier in U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links history at 10 years, three months and nine days
 

Jennifer Chang (T16, -11)

Chang, 22, is of Cary, North Carolina
She has made $166,909 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Chang’s career-best finish on Tour is a tie for eighth at the 2021 LPGA Drive On Championship presented by Volvik at Golden Ocala
In 2021, she made the cut in 13 of 19 starts on Tour and recorded two top-20 finishes
Chang first earned LPGA Tour status for 2020/21 by finishing T9 at the 2019 LPGA Q-Series
She played collegiate golf at the University of Southern California; she declared she was leaving school to turn pro following the 2019 LPGA Q-Series
Chang had two wins at USC and 12 top-10 finishes; in 2019, she was an All-American and All-Pac-12 First-Team pick as well as a finalist for the ANNIKA Award and WGCA Player of the Year
She was a member of the 2017 Junior Solheim Cup and 2019 Arnold Palmer Cup teams

 

Hinako Shibuno (T20, -10)

Shibuno, 23, is a native of Okayama, Japan
She has played in 18 LPGA Tour events since 2019, making the cut 14 times
In 2019, Shibuno won the AIG Women’s Open in her first start outside her home country of Japan; she was the second Japanese player to win a women’s major championship after Hisako Higuchi (1977 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship) as well as the second player this decade to win in her major debut after Hyo Joo Kim (2014 Amundi Evian Championship)
In 2021, she competed in eight LPGA Tour events, recording a season-best tie for 31st at the Pure Silk Championship
Shibuno has won six times on the JLPGA, including twice in 2021 at the Stanley Ladies Golf Tournament and the Mitsubishi Electric/Hisako Higuchi Ladies Golf Tournament
In 2019, she was the JLPGA Player of the Year
Shibuno turned professional in 2018
Her nickname is the “Smiling Cinderella”
 

Yu-Chiang Hou (a) (T20, -10)

Hou, 21, is from Taipei, Chinese Taipei
She was runner-up at the 2021 U.S. Women’s Amateur
Hou is a junior at the University of Arizona along with older sister Yu-Sang
She played in one TLPGA in 2021, the Hitachi Ladies Classic; she finished in a tie for 18th
Hou played in six events on the TLPGA in 2020; her best finish was a T3 at the Party Golfers Ladies Open
She became No. 1 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings in September of 2020; she now sits at 27th
Hou has three wins in professional events including the 2018 TLPGA Ladies Open – Nan Pao, 2019 CLPGA Zhangjiagang Shuangshan Challenge and 2019 ICTSI Pradera Verde Ladies Classic
Her given name is Yu-Chiang, but she prefers to go by Vivian
 
Agathe Laisne (T22, -9)

Laisne, 22, is from Paris, France
She turned professional in September of 2021
Laisne won two LET Access Series events as an amateur, the 2020 Lavaux Ladies Open and the 2020 Santander Golf Tour Lauro
She played collegiate golf at the University of Texas; Laisne won the Big-12 Conference Championship in 2019 and was an All-American that same year
She won the 2017 European Amateur 
Laisne was ranked as high as 12th in the World Amateur Golf Ranking
 

Sanna Nuutinen (T22, -9)

Nuutinen, 30, is from Helsinki, Finland
She turned professional in 2014 and joined the Ladies European Tour in 2017; Sanna has made $345,894 on the LET during her tenure
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is a tie for 26th at the 2021 AIG Women’s Open; she has played five events on Tour in her career
In 2021, Nuutinen finished fourth in the Race to Costa del Sol; her best finish was a solo second at the Big Green Egg Open in June
She competed in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics representing Finland, finishing T20
Nuutinen has three wins on the LET Access Series circuit, the 2016 NordicTrack Open de Strasbourg, the 2019 Amundi Czech Ladies Challenge and the 2020 Flumserberg Ladies Open
She played collegiate golf at Texas Christian University
 

Alana Uriell (T22, -9)

Uriell, 25, is from Carlsbad, California
She has made $152,800 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour 
Uriell played in 15 LPGA Tour events in 2021; her best finish was a T15 at the Cambia Portland Classic
She ranked 14th in average driving distance in 2021 at 269.47 yards
She has carded one top-ten in her time on Tour, a T9 at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic in 2019
She first earned LPGA Tour membership in 2018 by finishing T20 at the inaugural LPGA Q-Series to earn Priority List Category 14 status for the 2019 season
Uriell is a University of Arkansas alum; she recorded one win and 14 top-ten finishes during her time as a Razorback
 

Gemma Dryburgh (T22, -9)

Dryburgh, 28, is a native of Aberdeen, Scotland
She has made $212,207 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Dryburgh’s career best finish on Tour is a tie for sixth at the 2020 LPGA Drive On Championship at Inverness Club
In 2021, she made the cut in five of 12 events, recording a season-best tie for eighth at the Cambia Portland Classic
Dryburgh is a two-time winner on the Rose Ladies Series and has one win on the ALPG Tour
She finished T13 at the 2017 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to first earn LPGA Tour status for 2018
Dryburgh played on the 2014 Curtis Cup Team and was a member of the Scottish National Team
 

Savannah Vilaubi (T26, -8)

Vilaubi, 28, is from Downey, California 
She turned professional in 2016, playing on the Symetra and Cactus Tours
Vilaubi has made $68,689 in career earnings on Symetra; she has four career top-ten finishes to her credit
She played in 18 Symetra Tour events in 2021; she recorded two top-ten finishes, a T2 at the Mission Inn Resort & Club Championship and a T6 at the Four Winds Invitational
Vilaubi won the 2021 Colorado Women’s Open with a three-day total of -15
She has won five Cactus Tour events over the last three years (‘19, ‘20, ‘21)
She won the 2016 Texas Women’s Open
 

Olivia Cowan (T26, -8)

Cowan, 25, is from Steinwenden, Germany
She turned professional in 2015 and currently competes on the Ladies European Tour
Cowan earned LET membership after winning the 2015 LET Access Series Order of Merit
She has 26 career top-ten finishes on the LET and has made $554,779 in career earnings 
In 2021, she played in 26 LET events; her team won the Aramco Team Series London Team Event and her best individual finish was a solo second at the Aramco Team Series-Jeddah
She finished fifth in the 2021 Race to Costa del Sol
Cowan was a Symetra Tour member in 2018, playing in only four events; her best finish was a T7
Cowan has three wins on the LET Access Series circuit; she won the 2015 ASGI Ladies Open in Switzerland and the 2015 Borås Ladies Open in Sweden as an amateur and won the 2015 Norrporten Ladies Open as a professional
 

Frida Kinhult (T26, -8)

Kinhult, 22, is from Fiskebäckskil, Sweden
Kinhult turned professional in December of 2019; she finished fourth on the Symetra Tour money list in 2020 to earn LPGA Tour membership for the 2021 season
Kinhult played one Tour event in 2021; she missed the cut at the Volunteers of America Classic
She has made $84,003 in career earnings on the Symetra Tour
Kinhult has had 7 career top-tens on Symetra, including one victory at the 2020 Symetra Tour Championship
Her brother Marcus is a professional golfer on the European Tour 
She became No.1 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking in June of 2019
Kinhult played collegiate golf at Florida State University; she was an All-American in 2019 and won three individual titles during her tenure
 

Lauren Hartlage (T26, -8)

Hartlage, 23, is from Elizabethtown, Kentucky
She turned professional in August of 2021
Hartlage qualified for the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational in 2021 with partner and former Louisville teammate Molly Lyne; they would miss the cut
She finished second at the 2021 Delta Downs Invitational on the Women’s All Pro Tour 
She played collegiate golf at the University of Louisville; she won two events during her tenure
Hartlage participated in the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur
 

Brooke Matthews (a) (T30, -7)

Matthews, 23, is from Rogers, Arkansas
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is T49 at the 2020 Walmart NW Arkansas Championship; she has played a total of three events on Tour in her career
Matthews plays collegiate golf at the University of Arkansas; she’s earned two wins as a Razorback
She earned 2021 First Team All-SEC honors and was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team in 2019; she was also a member of the 2021 Curtis Cup and Arnold Palmer teams
At the 2021 Cougar Classic, Matthews set the NCAA golf 54-hole tournament record at –25
 

Yu-Sang Hou (a) (T30, -7)

Hou, 22, is from Taipei, Chinese Taipei
Her career-best finish on the LPGA Tour is a tie for 52nd at the 2019 Taiwan Swinging Skirts LPGA; she has played nine events on Tour since 2015 
Hou plays collegiate golf at the University of Arizona; she is a three-time All-American and was a member of the 2018 Wildcats team that won the NCAA Championship
Hou has one win on the TLPGA at the 2021 Hitachi Ladies Classic
Her sister, Vivian, also plays at Arizona and is competing with her at LPGA Q-Series
 

Liz Nagel (T32, -6)

Nagel, 30, is from Dewitt, Michigan
She has made $79,101 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Nagel’s career-best finish on Tour is a tie for 17th at the 2021 ISPS Handa World Invitational
In 2021, she made the cut in five of 15 starts and earned two top-20 finishes
Nagel finished T35 at the 2014 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to first earn LPGA Tour status for 2015
She played collegiate golf for Michigan State University and earned five top-five finishes, eight top-10 finishes and the fourth-lowest scoring average in school history (75.65)
Nagel helped lead the Spartans to three Big Ten titles during her career
She is a thyroid cancer survivor after being diagnosed and beating it her junior year at MSU
 

Haylee Harford (T32, -6)

Harford, 25, is from Leavittsburg, Ohio
She has been a Symetra Tour Member since 2020 and has made $86,780 in career earnings; she has earned a total of eight top-10 finishes on Tour in her career
In 2021, Harford finished 20th in the Race for the Card standings; she recorded four top-10 finishes including a season-best fourth at the Carlisle Arizona Women’s Golf Classic
She played collegiately at Furman University; she captured the 2019 Southern Conference Player of the Year honors for the Paladins
 

Kaitlyn Papp (T32, -6)

Papp, 23, is from Austin, Texas
She made her professional debut at the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open at Olympic Club; she missed the cut after scores of 76-77
Finished T9 in the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open as an amateur
She played collegiate golf at the University of Texas; Papp was a two-time All-American and holds the Texas school record for career stroke average at 71.91
Papp had 19 top-ten finishes during her career as a Longhorn
She played in the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019
 

Maddie Szeryk (T35, -5)

 Szeryk, 25, is from London, Ontario 
She turned professional in 2018; Szeryk has made $75,277 in career earnings on the Symetra Tour
In 2021, Szeryk played in 18 events with a best finish of T22 at the Copper Rock Championship
She’s had 4 career top-10s; her best finish was a solo second at the 2019 Zimmer Biomet Championship
Szeryk won the 2020 Kingwood Island Championship on the Women’s All Pro Tour
She played collegiate golf at Texas A&M where she was a two-time All-American 
Szeryk made aces in her first and last collegiate events
 

Caroline Inglis (T35, -5)

Inglis, 28, is from Eugene, Oregon
She first earned LPGA Tour membership Finished T10 at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn Priority Category 12 for the 2018 LPGA Tour season
Inglis has made $344,227 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour; she has one career top-ten, a T10 at the 2018 HUGEL-JTBC LA Open
She played in 21 LPGA events in 2021; her best finish was a T11 at the Pelican Women’s Championship
She played collegiate golf at the University of Oregon
 

Linn Grant (T35, -5)

Grant, 22, is from Viken, Sweden
She turned professional in August of 2021
Grant has one win as a pro, the 2021 Terre Blanche Ladies Open on the LET Access Series
She finished second twice on the Ladies European Tour in her first month as a professional at both the Didrickson’s Skaftö Open and the Creekhouse Ladies Open 
She was ranked as high as second in the World Amateur Golf Rankings 
Grant played collegiate golf at Arizona State University where she notched four wins, three of which came in a row during the 2021 spring season, and was a two-time All-American 
She won the 2020 GolfUppsala Open and Swedish Matchplay Championship on the Nordic Golf Tour as an amateur
 

Nicole Broch Estrup (T35, -5)

Broch Estrup, 28, is from Hillerod, Denmark
She first earned LPGA Tour membership after finishing T24 at the 2016 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn Priority List Category 17 status for the 2017 LPGA Tour season
Broch Estrup has made $1,089,398 in career earnings on Tour
In 2021, she played in 18 events on Tour; her best finish was a T12 at the JTBC Classic 
She played in eight events on the Ladies European Tour in 2021; her best finish was a T10 at the Didriksons Skafto Open
She’s had five career top-tens; her best finish is a solo second at the 2019 CP Women’s Open
She represented Denmark at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro; Broch Estrup finished 36th
Broch Estrup has four professional wins on three different tours: the 2013 HLR Golf Academy Open and Ladies Norwegian Challenge on the LET Access Series, the 2015 Helsingborg Open on the Ladies European Tour and the 2016 Symetra Tour Championship on the Symetra Tour
Her best finish in a major championship was a T11 at the 2015 Amundi Evian Championship
She was the Ladies European Tour Player of the Year in 2015
 

Weiwei Zhang (T35, -5)

Zhang, 24, is from Hainan, China
She has been a Symetra Tour Member since 2020 and has made $42,964 in career earnings
In 2021, Zhang finished 29th in the Race for the Card standings; she recorded four top-10 finishes including a runner-up performance at the Prasco Charity Championship
She is a five-time winner on the CLPGA, including four times in 2019; her win at the Trust Golf Thailand LPGA Masters made her the first player to win four times in one season on the CLPGA
 

Gina Kim (a) (T35, -5)

Kim, 21, is from Durham, North Carolina
She was medalist at LPGA Qualifying Tournament Stage I with a four-day total of 273
She won the 2021 ACC Championship as an individual
Kim was a member of the 2021 United States Curtis Cup team; the United States defeated Great Britain & Ireland 12 ½ to 7 ½ 
She was named an All-American for the 2020-21 season
Kim has played in the U.S. Women’s Open three times; her best finish was a T12 in 2019; she shot a 66 in the opening round in 2019, tying the record for lowest 18-hole score by an amateur; also finished as the low amateur that same year
She is a senior at Duke University; Kim helped the Blue Devils to a national championship in 2019
She competed in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019 and 2021
Kim won the 2018 Landfall Tradition college event
 

Mariah Stackhouse (T41, -4)

Stackhouse, 27, is from Riverdale, Georgia
She turned professional in 2017 and first earned LPGA Tour membership by finishing in a tie for 21st at the 2016 LPGA Qualifying Tournament to earn Priority List Category 17 status for the 2017 LPGA Season
Stackhouse has made $611,490 in career earnings on Tour
She’s had five career top-tens; her best finish was a T5 which she’s recorded twice at the 2020 Cambia Portland Classic        and the 2019 ShopRite LPGA Classic 
Her best finish in a major was a T33 at the 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship
Stackhouse played collegiate golf at Stanford where she was a four-time All-American
She was a member of the winning 2014 United States Curtis Cup team
 

Dottie Ardina (T41, -4)

Ardina, 28, is from Laguna, Philippines
She turned professional in April of 2013; Ardina first earned LPGA Tour membership by finishing T32 at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn Priority List Category 17 for the 2014 LPGA Tour season
She has made $278,155 in career earnings on Tour
Ardina played in 14 events in 2021; her best finish was a T12 at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship with was also her best showing in a major
She has one pro win, the 2020 Ballarat Icons Pro-Am
On the Symetra Tour, Ardina has made $207,181 in career earnings
She played in six events on Symetra in 2021; her best finish was a T5 at the IOA Championship
She’s had 18 career top-10s on Symetra; her best finish is a solo second which she’s had on three occasions: the 2018 PHC Classic, the 2018 Symetra Classic and the 2018 Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women’s Health Classic
 

Jessica Peng (T41, -4)

Peng, 28, is from Taoyuan, Chinese Taipei
She has played on LPGA Tour event, finishing in a tie for 59th at the 2019 Taiwan Swinging Skirts LPGA
Peng competes primarily on the China LPGA and Taiwan LPGA Tours; In 2021, she earned a runner-up performance at the 2021 CTBC Invitational on the TLPGA
In 2018, she played on the KLPGA, appearing on the reality television show Cinderella Story
Peng played collegiate golf at Mississippi State; she was named to the SEC All-Freshman squad for the 2013-2014 season, becoming only the second Bulldog in school history to earn the honor and holds the lowest single-season stroke average record for a freshman in school history (73.58)
As an amateur, Pen notched a win and a runner-up finish on the CITIC Bank China Amateur Tour
 

Katie Yoo (T41, -4)

Yoo, 20, is from Orlando, Florida
She turned professional in 2019, primarily playing on the Symetra Tour 
Yoo has made $40,505 in career earnings on the Symetra Tour 
She played in 20 events in 2021; her best finish was a T16 at the Casino Del Sol Golf Classic
Yoo has three career top-10s on Symetra including a T9 at the 2020 IOA Golf Classic, a T10 at the 2020 Symetra Classic, and a T8 at the 2020 Mission Inn Resort & Club Championship 
She won the 2020 Florida Women’s Open

Sarah Jane Smith (T41, -4)

Smith, 37, is from Sunshine Coast, Australia
She has made $2,133,107 in career earnings on the LPGA Tour
Smith’s career-best finish on Tour is second at the 2014 Pure Silk Championship and the 2016 Citi Banamex Lorena Ochoa Invitational
In 2021, she made five cuts in 18 starts, with a season-best finish of T34 at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship
Smith was a member of Team Australia at the 2018 UL International Crown
She is a Symetra Tour winner
Smith tied for 54th at the 2005 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to first earn Tour status for 2006
As an amateur, she won the 2001 Greg Norman Junior Masters, 2002 Australian Junior Championship, 2002 Queensland Junior Championship, the 2003 NSW Stroke Play Championship and the 2003 Queensland Stroke Play Championship. 
Smith married Duane Smith on Jan. 10, 2009; she gave birth to son Theo in 2019
 

Karis Davidson (T41, -4)

Davidson, 23, is from Gold Coast, Australia
She has made $444,839 in career earnings on the JLPGA Tour; she became a member in 2018
Davidson’s career-best finish on the JLPGA is a T4 at the 2018 Century21 Ladies Golf Tournament
She has only played six LPGA Tour events; her best finish was a T22 at the 2020 ISPS Handa Vic Open
Member of the Australia and Korea Golf Academy before turning professional
Davidson was born in Scotland

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