Roberta Liti has been admitted to the second phase of the LPGA Q-Series where the ‘cards’ for the 2023 season will be assigned. The Italian finished 60th with 283 (72 69 72 70, -3) shots in the tournament played on the two tracks of the Falls Course (par 71) and of the Crossings Course (par 72) at the Magnolia Grove GC in Mobile in Alabama and the final competition, also of 72 holes, will start with this position and score, together with the 75 competitors who have passed the cut.
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It will be played from December 8 to 11 at the Highland Oaks Golf Course (a hybrid course made from nine holes in the Highlands and nine in the Marshwood) in Dothan, also in Alabama. At the end, the first 20 of the final ranking and those tied for 20th place will receive the ‘card’ category 14, full-time, for the LPGA Tour and those who finish from 21st to 45th place (including ties) will have category 15 of the major tour, with fewer chances to play, and category C (full time) on the Epson Tour where the others who complete the eight rounds, but with a lower category, will also be admitted.
After halfway through the qualifying process, the American Lauren Hartlage is in the lead with 272 (66 69 69 68, -14) hits followed with 273 (-13) by her compatriot Riley Rennell, by the Spanish Luna Sobron Galmes, by the German Polly Mack and by the Belgian Manon DeRoey.
In sixth place with 274 (-12) the Korean Hae Ran Ryu, the Slovenian Ana Belac, the American Samantha Wagner, the Paraguayan Sofia Garcia and the Canadian Maddie Szeryk. Alabama is a southeastern state in the United States and is home to important monuments related to the Civil Rights Movement in the USA.
The City of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, now a museum, was a venue for the protests of the 1960s. In Montgomery, the state capital, are the church of Martin Luther King and the Rosa Parks Museum, dedicated to the activist.
From the American Civil War through World War II, Alabama, like many southern states, experienced a period of economic hardship, caused in part by its continued reliance on agriculture. Despite the growth of big industries and urban centers, rural white interests dominated the state legislature from 1901 to 1960 with urban interests and African Americans markedly underrepresented.
African Americans and poor whites were essentially disenfranchised by the 1901 state constitution, a situation that continued until the mid-1960s before it was eased by federal legislation. Minority exclusion continued under single-collegiate voting systems in most counties; some changes were made via a series of court cases in the late 1980s to establish different electoral systems.
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