Var golfer Pauline Roussin-Bouchard validates her ticket for the LPGA Tour
12/13 at 12:58
Update 12/13 at 12:58 pm
La Varoise Pauline Roussin-Bouchard will join the most prestigious professional women’s golf circuit in the world in 2022. A place that is due to its excellent performance during the Q School that took place in recent days in the United States, in Alabama.
But how far will it go? La Varoise Pauline Roussin-Bouchard confirms her incredible progress by going one step further this season. At 21 years old, the golfer from Carqueiranne finished second at the Q School (1) on Sunday night in the United States, in Alabama. A performance that opens the doors to the LGPA Tour, the most prestigious professional circuit on the planet. “If you had asked me two weeks ago to sign up to finish second at the Q Schools and get my LPGA card, I would have done it right away. I’m very happy.”said Pauline Roussin-Bouchard on the LPGA website.
For several days, the Frenchwoman held a good lead to win on the other side of the Atlantic. Before the eighth and final round, she was still largely dominating, but ultimately lost, with a total of -32, against Korea’s Na Rin An. “a bit frustrating” sense after these qualifications, Pauline Roussin-Bouchard will evolve on the LPGA Tour in 2022. Another very important goal validated by PRB. The former world number one amateur, who turned pro in August 2021, truly asserts herself as the greatest hope for women’s tricolor golf.
1. This Qualifying School (part of the Q Series) is a tournament that allows female golfers to access the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) Tour. In addition to Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, Agathe Laisné (22-year-old Frenchwoman) also earned a place on this circuit.