Ladies European Tour Q-School

Casey hails woman's touch

Brian Casey hailed his girlfriend for her course knowledge as he took a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Alps Tour Q-School in Spain. The Headfort star, 22, fired a two under 70 on the Asia Course at La Cala to lead by a shot on nine under par in the race for 35 full cards on the satellite circuit next season. 

Casey hails woman's touch

Casey hits the front at La Cala

Headfort’s Brian Casey fired eight birdies and an eagle in a seven under 65 to take a two-stroke lead after the opening round of the Alps Tour Q-School in Spain. The former Mullingar Scratch Trophy winner, 22, picked up four birdies in his last seven holes.

Casey hits the front at La Cala

McVeigh comes up short at Q-School

Danielle McVeigh had a disappointing finish but still earned category 9 membership of the LET at the Q-School in Morocco. Picture via daniellemcveigh.co.ukDanielle McVeigh saved her worst round for last as she came up short in her bid to win her Ladies European Tour card at the final stage of the Lalla Aicha Tour School in Morocco.

McVeigh rallies to set up Q-School D-Day

Danielle McVeigh has a fighting chance of winning her Ladies European Tour card with a round to play in Morocco. Picture via daniellemcveigh.co.ukDanielle McVeigh brilliantly birdied three of her last four holes to make the cut and go into Monday’s final round of the Lalla Aicha Tour School in Morocco with a fighting chance of winning her Ladies European Tour card.

McVeigh and Grant do well at School

Danielle McVeigh lit up the second round of the LET Q-School with a red-hot finish. Royal County Down’s Danielle McVeigh birdied five of her last six holes in a superb 66 to surge into contention for her Ladies European Tour card at Lalla Aicha Tour School in Morocco.

McVeigh ready to net tour card

Danielle McVeigh via daniellemcveigh.co.ukDanielle McVeigh hails from the fishing village of Kilkeel and she’s determined to net her Ladies European Tour card when she tees it up in the final stage of Lalla Aicha Tour School in Morocco on Thursday.

Mixed bag for Irish at Q-School

Springfield Royal Country Club in Thailand is the venue for the final stage of the Asian Tour Qualifying School.Niall Turner made a strong start in his bid to retain his Asian Tour card but there was bad news for Tara Delaney as she missed the cut at the LET Q-School in Spain.

Martina makes her move at La Manga

Ireland’s Martina Gillen produced one of the rounds of the day to move into position to retain her Ladies European Tour card at the Qualifying School final in Spain.

The Beaverstown player shot a two under par 69 in the fourth round on the North Course at La Manga to move up 12 places to tied 15th on seven over par heading into Sunday’s final round.

Gillen hanging on at Q-School

Martina Gillen produced a battling back nine comeback to keep her card hopes alive at the Ladies European Tour Q-School in Spain.

The Beaverstown player crashed to five over for the day after nine holes at La Manga’s North Course. But she dug deep to pick up two birdies coming home and card a second round 74 that leaves her just outside the vital top 30 on six over par.