Mixed results for Aussies at LPGA Q-School

Victorian Su Oh has narrowly missed out in her bid to earn full status but finished high enough at the recently completed LPGA Qualifying School in Florida to earn a conditional card for season 2016.

The Australian Ladies Masters champion finished at one-under par for the five round event to tie for 32nd place, with the top-20 players earning full status.

Su Oh Su Oh with the 2015 Ladies Masters trophy (Credit: ALPG Tour)

China’s Simin Feng took out medallist honours with an outstanding performance to finish at 18-under, seven strokes clear of her nearest rivals.

Another former Australian Masters champion, Cheyenne Woods, also won back full membership and the event was a boon for Thailand with four players making it through as full members for 2016.

Fellow Victorian Stacey Keating was the only other Australian to make the 4th round cut and earned status on the secondary Symetra Tour for next season with her tied 57th position.

Rebecca Artis, Breanna Elliott and Emma de Groot missed the cut but Artis will be feeling the most disappointed after missing out by just a single shot.

Both Oh and Keating will now have the option to switch between events in the U.S. and the Ladies European Tour over the course of next year.