Alessandra Fanali will play full-time on the Ladies European Tour in 2023. The Italian, 17th with 358 (-3) shots, entered the top 24 in the Final Qualifier Let Q-School and received a ‘card’ category 12. In the tournament played over 90 holes at the La Manga Club in Murcia, Spain, on the two courses of the North Course (par 71) and the South Course (par 73), Clara Manzalini, category 16, also had cards.
42nd with 363 (+2), Giulia Molinaro, 53rd with 365 (+4), and Sara Berselli, 60th with 369 (+8), both in category 19, who will have fewer chances to play on the next continental women’s circuit.
Alessandra Fanali, results
Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso, who did not pass the cut after 72 holes (91st with 296, +8), will also be able to enroll in category 19.
In each category, the order of registration for the tournaments will be dictated by the position in the final ranking of the Let Q-School. The competitors alternated for four rounds on the two tracks, then the fifth took place on the South Course.
The Germans Polly Mack (68 68 66 73 71) and Alexandra Försterling (68 71 67 67 73) finished in first place ex aequo with 346 (-15) strokes, who were rewarded not only with the ‘card’ but also with a check for 3,750 euros.
In third place with 347 (-14) the French amateur Nastasia Nadaud, in fourth with 348 (-13) the Slovenian Ana Belac and in fifth with 350 (-11) the Thai Trichat Cheenglab. Alessandra Fanali (72 70 74 68 74), eleventh after four rounds, had several difficulties in the final round where she found herself a shot over par after the first nine holes (a birdie, a double bogey).
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