10 - LET Members in Category 8-9 by 2017 LET Exemption Category
Karolin missed ten cuts in a row then turned around her form to win the 2015 Azores Ladies Open. Karolin had recently changed coaches and the swing changes had made all the difference to her form. The German player finished in 31st place on the LETAS Order of Merit and earned her Ladies European Tour card for the 2016 season, finishing in 3rd place at the Lalla Aicha Final Qualifying School in Morocco.
Meghan MacLaren remains in the fast lane and is heading for her third LETAS victory at the VP Bank Ladies Open in Eastern Switzerland. In round two, the Englishwoman has taken the sole lead. However, her advantage going into the final round is only one better than Karolin Lampert. The German, who plays mainly on the Ladies European Tour, is in good shape early in the season with a top 10 finish on the LET three weeks ago in Morocco.
Germany´s Karolin Lampert broke through for her first win on the LET Access Series at the 2015 Azores Ladies Open. The young German had just missed 10 cuts in a row before turning around her form to claim the title with a two shot win over Finland´s Krista Bakker. Karolin answers some quick questions...
Germany’s Karolin Lampert fired a four under par 68 on the Amelkis Course to keep her lead over Indian amateur Aditi Ashok heading into the last round of Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifying in Marrakech, Morocco, as 67 players made the 72-hole cut at two over par.
Aditi Ashok from India shot a third-round 10 under par 62 at the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifier on Sunday to set a new women’s course record at at Samanah Country Club in Marrakech, Morocco.
Germany’s Karolin Lampert blitzed the field with a career low seven under par 65 at the Amelkis Course in the second round of the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School Final Qualifier in Marrakech on Saturday.