Canadian Maddie Lethbridge has demonstrated her ability to defend herself on the LPGA Tour.
Last week, Maddie Lethbridge of London, Ontario, played on the best women’s golf course in the world and tied for 26th place at the CP Women’s Open. On Sunday, he finished the national championship at Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club with 71 consecutive holes for a total of 9 under par.
“It was very remarkable. Maddie Lethbridge, who was only a few steps away from the stairwells surrounding the field’s final goal, said, “I was 18 at the time and I was extremely overwhelmed by the crowd and all of the people who came to support me.”
In her first full season on the LPGA Tour, Sherik, age 26, lost the cut in six consecutive tournaments. On July 13 at the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, she tied for 36th place with American Kristy McPherson for $4,841.
She more than quadrupled her earnings at the CP Women’s Open and won $19,701.Sherrick stated, “I hope to make a few more birdies, but this week has been fantastic overall.” I am relatively pleased with the outcome.”I had a wonderful week at the Canadian Open.”
Szeryk became a professional golfer in 2018 after finishing 35th in the LPGA’s Series Q and receiving his Tour card. Your performance at the CP Women’s Open will propel you from position 184 to position 158 in the CME Globe competition, giving you additional opportunities to strengthen your position on the Tour.
She will compete in the Dana Open at Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania Heights, Ohio, for the remainder of September.