2019 LPGA Thread

tonyj5

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This week the LPGA moves to Scotland for the playing of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open. This is the third year that this tournament has become an LPGA event. It is also the third different venue. The first two years have brought us nail biting finishes, as both tournaments were decided by just one stroke. Ariya Jutanugarn will be trying to defend the title she won last year when she edged out Minjee Lee.

Here is my preview, and lots more, of this week's tournament:

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Rob McHugh

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tonyj5

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In one of the most entertaining final matches in U.S. Women's Amateur Championship history, Gabriela Ruffels birdied both the 17th and 18th hole (her 35th and 36th hole of the day) to defeat Albane Valenzuela by a single stroke.

Here is the full recap:

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tonyj5

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Back in early April I wrote who I thought were the biggest surprises and biggest disappointments of the year. The LPGA had only played 8 tournaments at that point. So much has changed since then. The LPGA has now played 23 of the 32 tournaments on this year's schedule, and I think it is time to take another look.


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tonyj5

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It has been 3 months since I last did a report card on this year's rookies. At that time the LPGA had only played 11 tournaments, they have now completed 23 events. So much has changed.

Here is a complete analysis of which LPGA rookies have been successful enough to retain their LPGA status for 2020, and which rookies have not.

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