Rookie Haley Moore among last qualifiers for Women's British Open at Royal Troon

Count rookie Haley Moore among the LPGA players who played their way into the year’s first major. Moore, who will compete in her first (...)

Rookie Haley Moore among last qualifiers for Women's British Open at Royal Troon

Count rookie Haley Moore among the LPGA players who played their way into the year’s first major. Moore, who will compete in her first major as a pro, was one of 22 players who qualified for the 2020 AIG Women’s British Open via her play at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open.

The field at Royal Troon was finalized by first taking the leading players, not already exempt, who made the cut at The Renaissance. It was then rounded out by using the Rolex Rankings. The Women’s British Open takes place Aug. 20-23.

Emily Pedersen comes in particularly hot among those on the list having lost in a playoff to Stacy Lewis at the Ladies Scottish Open.

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The following players earned berths in next week’s major championship:

  • Johanna Gustavsson
  • Emily Kristine Pedersen
  • Caroline Inglis
  • Dani Holmqvist
  • Eleanor Givens
  • Muni He
  • Tvesa Malik
  • Haley Moore
  • Yujeong Son
  • Charlotte Thomas
  • Becky Morgan
  • Kylie Henry
  • Jennifer Chang
  • Michelle Thompson
  • Lee-Anne Pace
  • Sarah Kemp
  • Alison Lee
  • Elizabeth Szokol
  • Jenny Coleman
  • Luna Sobron Galmes
  • Julieta Granada
  • Louise Ridderstrom
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