Australian Ladies Professional Golf
Thunderstorms delay round 2 at ALPG Qualifying tournament
Date: 20th January 2020

Thunderstorms rolled through South East Queensland causing havoc at the ALPG's annual Qualifying Tournament at Windaroo Lakes Golf Club this afternoon. Players were called off the course this afternoon at 3:16 pm due to servere thunderstorms in the area and play was cacelled for the day at 5pm local time.

 The second round will resume at 6:00am AEST with the third and final round to get nderway at 11:15am.

Japanese player Ayaka Sugihara had started the second round with a one shot lead over Philippine star Dottie Ardina.

The 74 players competing this week are playing for exemptions into all of the events on the ALPG Tour in 2020. The leading seven players who are not otherwise exempt will get to compete in the ISPS Handa Vic Open, three exemptions are available for those not otherwise exempt into the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, and a minimum of fifteen spots are available for those who are not otherwise exempt into the Australian Ladies Classic Bonville and the Women’s NSW Open.
In addition, the leading 35 players who are not otherwise exempt will gain exemptions into the ALPG Windaroo Lakes Pro-am, The Findex Yamba Golf Club Pro-am, the Aoyuan International Moss Vale Pro-am and the Ballarat Icons pro-am.

Entry is free for all and spectators are most welcome.

Windaroo Lakes Golf Club is just a 30 minutes drive south of Brisbane and 40 minutes north of the Gold Coast.

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