Reduced number of players who passed the LPGA Tour cut from 70 to 65… “Decisions for fast pace”

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 In 2023, the number of people who passed the LPGA tour cut will decrease compared to last year. It is a decision to run the game quickly.

On the 16th, the LPGA Tour said, 온라인카지노 “The criteria for passing the cut have been changed from the previous 70th place in the 2nd round to a tie for 65th place.”

However, tournaments with limited players or no cuts, and the US Women’s Open hosted by the United States Golf Association (USGA) are not applicable.

As the number of players who passed the cut decreased, more players finished the tournament without receiving the prize money.

The LPGA’s decision is to speed up the game. The LPGA has recently been criticized for its slow progress.

“This is a number that can be managed from the third round of each tournament,” said Tony Tammy, senior vice president of Tangtifaibuntana LPGA Tour event operations. This will help speed up the game.

In addition, this rule change is expected to make it easier to operate a one-way tournament in which all players who have advanced to the 3rd and 4th rounds start from the 1st hole.

Meanwhile, since 2019, the US Professional Golf (PGA) tour has been running by changing the rules so that only players within the 65th place tied in the second round can go to the third round.

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