10 players earn LPGA cards through 2015 Symetra Tour

10 players earn LPGA cards through 2015 Symetra Tour

With the conclusion of the Symetra Tour Championship on Sunday, the LPGA's developmental circuit awarded 10 LPGA cards to the top 10 finishers on the season-long money list.

USC product Annie Park turned pro after her junior collegiate season, quickly making her mark. Ultimately, the 20-year-old won three time in her truncated season, taking the money list title by $41 after the Tour Championship.

Brianna Do made a huge move in the final two events of the year, with the UCLA product finishing runner-up in both tournaments, surging from 12th at the start of the final week to third on the money list.

Vicky Hurst earned her way back to the LPGA Tour with a pair of summer wins, completing a comeback from injury and falling out of form that saw her lose her LPGA status after last year.

“It feels really great to be back on Tour. I worked really hard through the injury and the ups-and-downs of golf," she said. "It’s a relief to be back on Tour. I’ve got my game back and I’m looking forward to keep improving for next year.”

No player who earned a LPGA card on Sunday is older than 27.

Here are the 10 players who earned their 2016 LPGA Tour status through the Symetra Tour's money list:

1. Annie Park -- $68,673 (2)
2. Giulia Molinaro -- $68,632 (1)
3. Brianna Do -- $64,877 (12)
4. Daniela Iacobelli -- $62,692 (4)
5. Dani Holmqvist -- $62,160 (5)
6. Lee Lopez -- $61,731 (3)
7. Alejandra Llaneza -- $61,289 (7)
8. Vicky Hurst -- $57,814 (6)
9. Casey Grice -- $55,621 (8)
10. Rachel Rohanna -- $53,867 (10)

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