Gold Coast's Robyn Choi shot a final round 70 to take medallist honours at the 2020 ALPG Qualifying Tournament this afternoon at Windaroo Lakes Golf Club in Brisbane. Choi had started the final round at 6-under par in a tie for the lead with round 1 Ayaka Sugiyama from Japan, and was rock solid all day in the humid conditions, the 21-year-old making 4 birdies and a lone bogey at the par 3 15th hole to shoot at final round 70 and a 3-round total of 210, 9-under par.
The win guarantees Choi starts in the ISPS Handa Vic Open and the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, events co-sanctioned with the ALPG and the USLPGA Tour, along with the Australian Ladies Classic and the NSW Women’s Open which are co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour.
The other players who qualified for the ISPS Handa Vic Open were Korean Hana Lee, Philippino Dottie Ardina, Pei-Yun Chien from Taiwan, Min-A Yoon from Korea, Ayaka Sugihara from Japan and South Australian Soo-Jin Lee, who defeated West Australian Hira Naveed in a sudden death playoff for the 7th and final spot in the field.
The qualifiers for the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open were Choi, Lee and Chien, who defeated Ardina in another sudden death playoff for the third and final spot in the field.
The next event on the ALPG Tour is the ALPG Windaroo Lakes Pro-am tomorrow again played at Windaroo Lakes Golf Club in Brisbane.
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Final Results can be found HERE