Seven Italians, Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso, Erika De Martini, Sara Berselli, Caterina Tatti, Marta Spiazzi, Martina Flori and Alessia Fornara will compete in the Ahlsell Final At Elisefarm, the LET Access tournament – the second European women’s circuit – scheduled from 23 to August 25 at the Elisefarm Golf Club in Hoor, Sweden.
Ahlsell Final At Elisefarm, schedule
There are six events left at the end of the season and the fight to access the first six places on the money list is intensifying, which assign as many ‘cards’ for the Ladies European Tour 2024, but it is also of some importance to finish from 7th to 21st place for be able to directly access the final of the Qualifying School, another way to get to the major circuit. The field is eloquent because the first 13 of the order of merit will be at the start, which also include nine of the ten seasonal winners.
The first four of the money list scored, in order, the Danish Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen (the only one with two titles), the English Emily Price and Gemma Clews and the other Danish Puk Lyng Thomsen. With them on the top step of the podium the Austrian Katharina Muehlbauer (n.
6), the English Lianna Bailey (n. 7), the Scottish Hannah McCook (n. 9), the Swiss Chiara Tamburlini (n. 10), who won her first professional race last week in the PGA Championship Guthenburg, the Spanish Marta Martin (n. 11) and the French Lucie Andre (n.
13). Among the favorites also the Swiss Elena Moosmann (n. 5), the Slovenian Katja Pogacar (n. 8) and the Swedish Emma Thorngren (n. 12). The tournament with 125 starters takes place over a distance of 54 holes The jackpot is 40,000 euros of which 6,400 will go to the winner. Created in 1979, this tournament series has found it difficult to establish itself alongside the popular North American LPGA women’s tour.
In 2006, LET organized 21 competitions with prizes worth around €10 million in total. The two most important tournaments, the Masters in France and the Women’s British Open in England, were held together with the American LPGA. With few exceptions, the 90 most Successful players in the previous year receive a card for the following season based on merit order, that is, ranked by earnings.
All other professional golfers have to participate in a series of tournaments to qualify and reach one of the top 30 places there.