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)