The Golf Blog says: Q School has wrapped up for both the PGA and LPGA Tours. We were surprised to learn that Camillo Villegas, a two-time winner on the PGA Tour, even had to qualify for his tour card at Q School. But, sadly, it’s true, and he didn’t make it. Nor did Christina Kim, a two-time LPGA winner, at the LPGA Q School. Christina’s battle with severe depression (recently revealed in Golf Digest) and with swing issues made her trip to Q School less of a surprise. Like Villegas, she failed to qualify for her full tour card, sad to say. Both Villegas and Kim will get to play on tour with sponsor’s exemptions, which probably won’t be a problem getting given their reputations.
T-1. Moriya Jutanugarn, 18, Bangkok.
T-1. Rebecca Lee-Bentham, 20, Toronto.
3. Ayako Uehara, 28, Chura-shima, Japan.
4. Kathleen Ekey, 26, Akron, Ohio.
T-5. Lisa McCloskey, 21, Houston.
T-5. Chie Arimura, 25, Kumamoto, Japan.
7. Felicity Johnson, 25, Birmingham, England.
T-8. Laura Diaz, 37, Scotia, N.Y.
T-8. Karlin Beck, 25, Pike Road, Ala.
10. Stephanie Sherlock, 25, Barrie, Ontario.
T-11. Marina Stuetz, 19, Yarrawonaa, Austria.
T-11. Caroline Masson, 23, Gladbeck, Germany.
T-11. Brooke Pancake, 22, Chattanooga, Tenn.
T-11. Austin Ernst, 20, Seneca, S.C.
T-11. Kayla Mortellaro, 22, Phoenix, Ariz.
T-11. Kim Welch, 29, Sacramento.
*T-17. Taylore Karle, 22, Scottsdale, Ariz.
*T-17. Lauren Doughtie, 25, Suffolk, Va.
*T-17. Irene Cho, 28, La Habra, Calif.
*T-17. Nicole Jeray, 42, Berwyn, Ill.
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