Based on the potential delay in the restart of the LPGA and Symetra Tour schedules due to COVID-19, please see below adjustments to the 2020 LPGA/Symetra Tour Qualifying Tournament calendar.
- QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT STAGE I: Stage I will not take place the week of August 17 – August 23, 2020, and will now be held October 10 – October 15, 2020 at Plantation Golf and Country Club, Bobcat and Panther Courses, Venice, FL. A third course (TBD) will be added to this location. Format will be 72 holes with a cut after 54 holes.
- QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT STAGE II: Stage II will not take place the week of October 10 – October 15, 2020 and will be rescheduled sometime in November; Course and Date TBD. Format will be 72 holes with no cut over two courses.
- LPGA Q-SERIES: Q-Series will not take place in October in Pinehurst and will be rescheduled in December; Course and Date TBD. Format will be one week only; 90 holes with a cut after 72 holes over two courses.
- CRITERIA: At this time, criteria for all three stages will remain essentially the same as in previous years. Fast Facts with criteria for all three stages will be posted on July 1, 2020.
- ENTRIES: Entries for Stage I and Stage II will open on August 1, 2020. Entry open date for Q-Series is TBD.
Please note, that if there are further adjustments to the LPGA Tour schedule, there may be additional adjustments to the qualifying tournaments or process.
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As a condition of entry into the LPGA Tour Qualifying Tournaments and Q-Series, each applicant is subject to the LPGA's in-competition Anti-Doping Program. Any applicant who refuses to participate and/or comply with the LPGA's Anti-Doping Program will be disqualified and subject to potential sanctions. The LPGA's Anti-Doping Protocol, Prohibited Substance List, TUE application and procedures, and other information may be found at http://www.lpga.com/corporate/ladies-golf/anti-doping-information.aspx. All TUE applications should be submitted in accordance with the LPGA TUE Application Procedures and in no event later than 45 days prior to the applicable competitive stage. If you have any questions about the LPGA's Anti-Doping Program, Prohibited Substances, and/or the TUE application process, please contact the LPGA's Senior Counsel and Anti-Doping Administrator at (386) 274-6284 or email@example.com.
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