Daytona Beach, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – Amateur Alison Lee managed an even-par
72 on Sunday and that was enough to give her a share of medalist honors at the
LPGA Tour Qualifying Tournament.
She was joined at 10-under-par 350 by Minjee Lee, who closed with a 73. Alison
has made the cut in three of her five previous LPGA Tour starts, while Minjee
Lee made the cut at three of the four majors she played in this season.
After played rotated between the Arthur Hills Course and the Rees Jones Course
at LPGA International the first four rounds, the final round was contested on
the Jones Course.
Ariya Jutanugarn posted a 1-under 71 on Sunday and she gained a share of third
place at minus-9. She ended alongside Maria Hernandez (75). Jutanugarn was one
of 11 players to break par in the final round.
Ryann O’Toole, who played on the 2011 U.S. Solheim Cup team, shot 2-under 70.
She ended alone in fifth place at 8-under 352.
Ha Na Jang, who owned a 3-stroke lead entering the final round, struggled to
an 8-over 80 and she tumbled into a tie for sixth at minus-7. She ended
alongside Simin Feng (75) and Sei Young Kim (73).
MORE TO FOLLOW.