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Jan 8, 2013 7:47pm
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Atlanta Falcons T-Shirts . —Canadas Rebecca
Lee-Bentham shot a 5-under 67 on Sunday to tie Thailands Moriya Jutanugarn for
the top spot in the LPGA Tour qualifying tournament, leading the 20 players who
earned full status. Lee-Bentham and Jutanugarn finished the five-round event at
13-under 347 at LPGA International. Lee-Bentham birdied four of the last seven
holes. “I wasnt really thinking about coming in first or anything,” Lee-Bentham
said. “I just wanted to play well and focus on striking it well and making
putts. Ive been waiting for this for a while. Its been a long grind for
everybody out here.” The 18-year-old Jutanugarn shot a 74 after taking a
six-stroke lead into the day. “Im so happy to get my card,” Jutanugarn said. “I
got it and that was my goal.” Lee-Bentham wasnt the only Canadian who earned
full status for next year. Stephanie Sherlock of Barrie, Ont., finished eight
shots back at 10th, despite shooting a 74 in the final. Japans Ayako Uehara was
third at 12 under after a 69. Kathleen Ekey followed at 10 under after a 65, and
Lisa McCloskey and Japans Chie Arimura were 8 under. McCloskey had a 71, and
Arimura shot 70. Two-time tour winner Laura Diaz improved her status, tying for
eighth at 6 under after a 72. Christina Kim, also a two-time tour winner, failed
to improve her status, shooting a 74 to tie for 39th at 1 over. Felicity Johnson
also earned full status along with Karlin Beck, Stephanie Sherlock, Kayla
Mortellaro, Kim Welch, Brooke Pancake, Austin Ernst, Caroline Masson, Austrian
amateur Marina Stuetz, Lauren Doughtie, Nicole Jeray, Taylore Karle and Irene
Cho. Doughtie, Jeray, Karle and Cho survived a seven-player playoff for the
final spots. “By far the most nerve-racking putt of my life,” Cho said about her
2-foot birdie try on the final playoff hole. “I learned a lot about my game this
week. About my endurance and patience. But just a lot of emotions right now. I
couldnt be happier.” The 19-year-old Stuetz will be the lone Austrian player on
the tour. “Im just overwhelmed,” Stuetz said. “I cant describe how I feel