Pranavi, Sneha and Sharmila make it to 2nd stage of LPGA Q-School

In Rancho Mirage, California on September 1st, four Indian golfers named Pranavi Urs, Sneha Singh, and Sharmila Nicollet qualified for the second stage of the LPGA Qualifying School. They played on different golf courses for four days. Pranavi and Sneha were both tied in 38th place, while Sharmila finished tied in 89th place. The top 95 players qualified for the second stage. Pranavi will also be representing India at the Hangzhou Asian Games this month. All the best 95 players and those who are tied will receive a special position on the Epson Tour for the year 2024. The Epson Tour is the official qualifying tour for the LPGA, also known as “Road to the LPGA. ” In addition to Pranavi, Sneha, and Sharmila, Nishtha Madan already has the Epson Tour position. An Epson Tour status allows players to play in a few LPGA tournaments the next year. Japan’s Suzuka Yamaguchi and Canadian amateur Savannah Grewal were both tied for first place. Two other amateur players, Jensen Castle from the US and Fiona Xu from Australia, were tied for third place. Please rewrite the text below using simpler words: ”


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