Lynne Grant (Sweden), 27th in the women’s golf world rankings, who only played outside the United States due to being blocked from entering the US mainland despite having the right to participate in the LPGA tour, is expected to start the LPGA tour in earnest. see.

The US Golf Channel said on the 2nd that Grant, who could not come to the United States because he had not been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), said that she would compete in the LPGA tour within this month as the US quarantine authorities allowed unvaccinated people to enter the country. (Korean time) reported.

Grant, who earned her LPGA Tour card in the 2021 LPGA Tour Qualifying Series, has not been vaccinated against Corona 19, so she has not been able to enter the United States in the meantime.

During that time, Grant has competed in five countries: Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Singapore and South Korea. All are countries that do not block the entry of people who have not been vaccinated against Corona 19.

The tournaments held in Singapore and Thailand were on the LPGA Tour.메이저놀이터

Grant, who was unable to participate in the first major tournament of the LPGA tour season, the Chevron Championship, due to unvaccinated, also returned the Swedish national team qualification for the opening Hanwha Life Plus International Crown in San Francisco, USA from the 4th.

She only competed on the LPGA Tour in France, England, Northern Ireland, Japan and South Korea last year, when Grant was her rookie.

Although she made only six appearances, she was named in the top ten four times, including one third place.

Grant won 4 wins on the 2022 European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET) and won the rookie of the year and the grand prize at once.

In April, Grant attracted attention by participating in the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Lotte Rent-A-Car Women’s Open and the Mediheal and Hankook Ilbo Championships one after another.

The Golf Channel predicted that the Bank of Hope Match Play, which will be held in Las Vegas, USA from the 24th, will be the first LPGA tour stage to be held on American soil.

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