At the start of this week, Monday 4 October 2021, entries for the 2022 edition of the Ladies European Tour Qualifying School opened.

Earlier this year, the LET announced an exciting new partnership with La Manga Club in Spain, which will host Q-School for the next three years.

La Manga Club played host to the most recent edition of Q-School, which was played in January 2020 and won by Wales’ Amy Boulden – who followed up her Q-School win by clinching her maiden LET victory at the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open later that year.

While Anna Nordqvist, Caroline Masson, Caroline Hedwall and Jodi Ewart Shadoff took the honours when it was hosted at the Spanish Resort in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 respectively, before going on to represent Europe multiple times in the Solheim Cup.

All competitors will be able to enjoy luxury on-site accommodation at the 5-star Hotel Principe Felipe which is perfectly located adjacent to both the North and South Courses, designed by Robert Putnam and also having previously held 5 Spanish Opens back in the 1970’s.

The Pre-Qualifier will take place between 9th and 12th December in a 72-hole stroke-play format with competitors alternating between the North and South Courses at La Manga Resort in Cartagena, Spain.

A few days later, between 16th and 20th December, the Final Qualifier will follow a similar format, but it will be a 90-hole stroke-play competition with a cut after 72 holes.

Running side by side and sharing a clubhouse, they promise to provide an electric atmosphere for those battling it out for a place on the 2022 Ladies European Tour.

Please find more information on Q-School here.