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Former Razorback women’s golfer Lucy Nunnwon the LPGA Sectionaal Qualifying Tournament in Florida Friday. Nunn moved into a tie for the lead yesterday with a third round 69. The Florida sectional is the second of two sectional Q-Schools to determine the field of the LPGA’s Final Qualifying Tournament, set for Dec. 8-12, at LPGA International on the Champions and Legends courses in Daytona Beach, Fla. The California sectional qualifier was held two weeks ago, advancing 30 players from that event into the LPGA’s final stage. The final stage of LPGA qualifying will be held Dec. 8-12, at LPGA International on the Champions and Legends courses in Daytona Beach, Fla. Sectional qualifiers will be joined at the final stage of "Q-school" by current LPGA Tour members attempting to improve their status for 2011, along with players finishing Nos. 6-10, and the next top 10 players on the 2010 Duramed FUTURES Tour money list (who do not already have LPGA status).Click here to read more.
Former Razorback women’s golfer Kristin Ingram leads the field at the 2010 LPGA Sectional Qualifying Tournament in Venice, Fla. Ingram has been playing the Duramed Futures Tour since graduating last May. This week’s event takes place at Plantation Golf And Country Club on the Bobcat and Panther Course. Click here to read more.
GolfWorld.com’s "Campus Insider" is a fan ofArkansas’ Emily Tubert saying "The 18-year-old from Burbank, Calif., intrigues me a lot, mostly because of her refreshing attitude about the game. She’s a raw talent who had an impressive summer, but isn’t letting it get to her head." Click here to read more.Check out the Golf Channel’s interview with Razorback freshman Emily Tubert. The experts are saying some great things about this young lady. Click here to see more.