Kim Kaufman answers 18 fun questions
This week is all about Jackie Stoelting
At the end of the 2014 Symetra Tour season, the top-10 on the Volvik Race for the Card money list will receive their LPGA Tour card for the 2015 season.
Ali Kicklighter and Kraig Kann sit down for a roundtable dicussion with the LPGA Class of 2014. Meet the top-10 Symetra Tour graduates.
Watch the Volvik Race for the Card Ceremony as 10 of the season’s best golfers have finally earned the ultimate reward. Those 10 players are the ones who...
P.K. Kongkraphan is known amongst her peers for her radiating smile but the third-year Symetra Tour member was overcome with emotion as she delivered a...
To have your name next to the likes of Lorena Ochoa, Grace Park and Vicky Hurst is a feat that only a few can say they have accomplished.
This season is the 15th year in the 33-year-history of the Symetra Tour that players have been able to earn automatic exemptions onto the LPGA Tour and the 10th year that at least five LPGA memberships have been awarded. From 1999 to 2002, three exemptions were offered to top money winners. The 2013 season marks the sixth year that 10 LPGA memberships will be awarded. Click here for more history >>
It has been a year full of different winners and an ever-changing money list on the Symetra Tour, but today the dreams of playing on the LPGA Tour came to fruition for Perrine Delacour who finished No. 8 on the season-ending money list in the 2013 Volvik Race for the Card.