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Amy Boulden will return to the Ladies European Tour in 2020 after winning Qualifying School at La Manga Club by three strokes from Magdalena Simmermacher and Alison Muirhead.
Boulden, the 2014 LET Rookie of the Year, closed the Final Stage with a round of five-under-par 68 on the South Course for a 90-hole total of 351, 10-under-par.
Alison Muirhead, who topped the field in Pre-Qualifying at La Manga, which was her first tournament as professional, ended with a 71 to take the third card.
The 21-year-old Scot, who lives in Dubai, said: “It feels amazing. I never expected this to be the outcome. To do last week and this week and finish first and second, I’m really pleased. It’s been a long two weeks and I’m excited for the tour and feel like I’m ready to be playing.
Today, I didn’t have my A game, but I kept it together and sunk some big putts, which gave me a lot of confidence coming into the last five holes.
Amy played spectacularly and it was amazing to watch and be part of it.”
Alice Hewson from Hertfordshire in England took the final spot in Category 5c in fifth place on five-under-par.
(After the Final Round, the top five players are eligible for LET Membership in Category 5c.
Players from the 6th to the 20th position are eligible for Membership in Category 8a.
Players who have made the 72-hole cut to the leading 60 and ties and finished in position 21st and below, are ranked according to score and are eligible for Membership in Category 9b.
Players that fail to make the cut after 72 holes, are eligible for LET membership in Category 12a and will be ranked in final score order)
To read the full report go to the Ladies European Tour Website