Superal, Piccio, De Guzman advance to final stage of LPGA Qualifying School
Princess Superal leads two other Filipinas from Stage II into the final stage.

PRINCESS Superal, Mia Piccio and Regan de Guzman advanced to the final stage of LPGA Qualifying with decent closing rounds in Stage II on Sunday in Venice, Florida.

Winner of several tournaments on the Philippine domestic ladies professional tour, Superal closed with a 73 for a 294 total at Plantation Golf and Country Club and a share of 40th spot.

That was middle of the group that qualified for the final stage, with 84 four players from 29 countries earning a chance to play in the tournament set Nov. 28 to Dec. 4 at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Stage II started with a field of 193. 

The final stage of Q-School is a 90-hole stroke play event.

Piccio came up with a closing 73 for a 296 aggregate and a share of 52nd spot.

De Guzman had a final-round 75 and wound up in joint 62nd at 297.

Marianne Skarpnord, who payed for Norway in the Rio Olympics, had a final-round 71 to top Stage II with an 11-under 277 total.

British amateur Bronte Law wound up second at 282 after a closing 69.

The 2017 category status and number of membership cards will be determined by LPGA prior to the commencement of the Qualifying School Stage III competition.

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