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I have been asked many times how the LPGA constructs their field lists for tournaments. The Priority List is what is used to fill the required amount of spots for any given tournament. Without me getting into the categories, which is potentially confusing, here is a brief explanation. Most full field events have a field of 144 players. Usually, 140 of the players come from the Priority List ranking. Two players are Monday qualifiers, and 2 more are sponsor exemptions. So to keep it simple, if your Priority Rating is #150, you have to hope that 10 players decide not to play, or you are probably not getting into the field.

Top 80

Members in the top 80 (and ties) on the 2019 season-ending Money List. Priority is based on the order of the list. Ties will be broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of the 2019.

1. Jin Young Ko
2. Sei Young Kim
3. Jeongeun Lee6
4. Brooke M. Henderson
5. Nelly Korda
6. Lexi Thompson
7. Sung Hyun Park
8. Minjee Lee
9. Danielle Kang
10. Hyo Joo Kim
11. Ariya Jutanugarn
12. Hannah Green
13. Lizette Salas
14. Mi Jung Hur
15. Carlota Ciganda
16. Shanshan Feng
17. Amy Yang
18. Nasa Hataoka
19. Charley Hull
20. Yu Liu
21. Brittany Altomare
22. Jessica Korda
23. Brittany Lincicome
** 24. So Yeon Ryu
25. Eun-Hee Ji
26. Moriya Jutanugarn
27. Inbee Park
28. Celine Boutier
29. Angel Yin
30. Caroline Masson
31. Azahara Munoz
32. Bronte Law
33. Megan Khang
34. Su Oh
35. Ally Ewing
36. Mi Hyang Lee
37. Mo Martin
* 38. Suzann Pettersen
** 39. Morgan Pressel
40. Marina Alex

41. Nanna Koerstz Madsen
42. Jennifer Kupcho
43. Jing Yan
44. Gaby Lopez
45. Jasmine Suwannapura
46. Kristen Gillman
47. Mirim Lee
48. Jenny Shin
49. Nicole Broch Larsen
50. Chella Choi
51. Lydia Ko
52. Jaye Marie Green
53. Annie Park
54. Ashleigh Buhai
55. Georgia Hall
56. In Kyung Kim
57. Anna Nordqvist
58. Alena Sharp
59. Sarah Jane Smith
** 60. Wei-Ling Hsu
61. Sandra Gal
* 62. Katherine Kirk
63. Amy Olson
64. Jodi Ewart Shadoff
65. Stacy Lewis
66. Gerina Piller
67. Mel Reid
68. Cydney Clanton
69. Pornanong Phatlum
70. Cheyenne Knight
71. Sakura Yokomine
72. In Gee Chun
73. Sarah Schmelzel
74. Xiyu Lin
75. Tiffany Joh
76. Pajaree Anannarukarn
77. Austin Ernst
78. Maria Fernanda Torres
79. Jane Park
80. Madelene Sagstrom
81. Ryann O’Toole
82. Mariajo Uribe
* 83. Haru Nomura
84. Ayako Uehara
85. Caroline Inglis
* 86. Charlotte Thomas
87. Cristie Kerr
* Medical ** Maternity

So-Yeon-Ryu-at-the-2019-CME-Group-Tour-C So Yeon Ryu at the 2019 CME Group Tour Championship. Photo by Ben Harpring

Career Top-20

Members in the top 20 on the Career Money List as of the end of the last Official Tournament of 2019. Priority is based on the order of the list. To be included in this category (a) the Member must have notified the LPGA that she wanted to be included in the Career Top 20 category by November 15 of 2019, (b) if a Member elected to be included in the Career Top 20 category for 2020, she will be in this category for 2021, (c) a Member may be included in this category only two times in her career and 2020/2021 will together count as one time, and (d) a Member may only be in the Career Top 20 category or the Career Top 40 category (but not both) in her career. A Member may not choose this category in 2021 if she had not chosen such for 2020.

88. Karrie Webb
89. Yani Tseng *
* Medical

Major Winner

Members who have won an LPGA Major Championship while a Member during the previous six (6) calendar years or during the current year. Priority is based on the number of such wins during the previous six (6) years. Ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of 2019.

90. Angela Stanford
91. Brittany Lang
92. Pernilla Lindberg

Winner

Members who have won an Official Tournament while a Member within the last three (3) calendar years or during the current year. Priority is based on the number of Official Tournament wins during the previous three (3) years. Ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of the 2019.

93. Michelle Wie
94. Hee Young Park

Multiple Wins

Members who have won at least two (2) Official Tournaments while a Member in the same calendar year in any of the previous four (4) calendar years. Priority is based on the number of wins during all the previous four years. Ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of 2019.

Stacy-Lewis-at-the-2019-Mediheal-Champio Stacy Lewis at the 2019 Mediheal Championship. Photo by Ben Harpring

Three Wins in the Same Season

Members who have won three (3) or more Official Tournaments while a Member during the same calendar year in any of the previous five (5) years. Priority is based on the number of wins during all the previous five (5) years. Ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of 2019.

Non-Member Win

Players who have won at least one (1) Official Tournament as a Non-Member within the previous calendar year or during the current calendar year. Priority is based on the earliest date of such wins. A Player must be eligible for and accept LPGA membership to be included in this category.

95. Sophia Popov
96. A Lim Kim

Current Year Top-80

Members in the Top 80 of the current year’s Points List after the First Reshuffle Tournament with priority based on the order of the list. For the remaining Official Tournaments of the year, Members in the Top 80 on the current year’s Points List after the Second Reshuffle Tournament. Priority is based on the order of the list. Ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the 2021 Priority List as of the commitment deadline for each respective reshuffle tournament.

Top-10 LPGA Symetra Tour

Top 10 (and ties) on the 2019 season-ending Symetra Tour Money List. Priority is based on their position on the list. Ties will be broken by the Members’ scoring average as of the end of the previous year. If still tied, refer to the 2019 Symetra Tournament and Player Regulations.

97. Perrine Delacour
98. Patty Tavatanakit
99. Jenny Coleman
100. Ssu-Chia Cheng
101. Jillian Hollis
102. Julieta Granada
103. Leona Maguire
104. Robynn Ree
105. Esther Lee
106. Mind Muangkhumsakul

Non-Member Top 40

(This category does not apply for 2021 but will apply for 2022 and will be based off of Points and not money). Non-Members who, as of the conclusion of the last Official Tournament of the previous year, won an amount of money during such year in Official Tournaments with a cut, that is equal to or greater than the amount of official money won by the Member who was in 40th place on the Money List at that time. Priority based on the amount of money won in such tournaments. Ties will be broken by the earliest time at which the Non-Member achieved the amount of money necessary to be included in the category. A Player must be eligible for and accept LPGA membership to be included in this category.

Nos. 81-100

Members finishing Nos. 81-100 (and ties) on the 2019 season-ending Money List. Priority is based on the order of the list. Ties will be broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of 2019.

107. Jeong Eun Lee
108. Anne van Dam
109. Pavarisa Yoktuan
110. Linnea Strom
111. Jennifer Song
112. Sarah Kemp
113. Dani Holmqvist
* 114. Caroline Hedwall
115. Beatriz Recari
* 116. Aditi Ashok
117. Lauren Stephenson

118. Paula Creamer
119. Tiffany Chan
120. Giulia Molinaro
121. Benyapa Niphatsophon
* 122. Na Yeon Choi
123. Lindy Duncan
124. Daniela Darquea
125. Maria Fassi
126. Stephanie Meadow
127. Mariah Stackhouse
* Medical

Career Top 40

Members in the top 40 on the Career Money List as of the end of 2019. Priority is based on the order of the list. To be included in this category (a) the Member must have notified the LPGA that she wanted to be included in the Career Top 40 category by November 15 of 2019, and (b) if a Member elected to be included in the Career Top 40 category for 2020 she will be in this category for 2021, (c) a Member may be included in this category only one time in her career and 2020/2021 together will count as on time, and (d) a Member may only be in the Career Top 40?category or the Career Top 20 category (but not both) in her career. A Member may not choose this category in 2021 if she had not chosen such for 2021.

128. Candie Kung *
* Medical

Current-Year Reshuffle

After the First Reshuffle Tournament, Members in categories 14 through 20 who have earned Points will be re-seeded into category 13. Members placed into category 13 will be ranked in the order of their position on the current year’s Points List through the First Reshuffle Tournament. Members will remain in this category until the next reshuffle. After the Second Reshuffle Tournament, Members in categories 13, and 14 through 20, who have earned Points will be re-seeded into category 13. Members placed into category 13 will be ranked in the order of their position on the current year’s Points List through the Second Reshuffle Tournament. Members will remain in this category for the remainder of the calendar year. For all reshuffles, ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the 2021 Priority List as of the commitment deadline for each respective reshuffle tournament.

Top-45 Q-Series

Players finishing Nos. 1-45 (and ties) at the 2019 LPGA Q-Series. Ties will be broken in the following order: lowest final round; lowest 7th round; lowest 6th round; lowest 5th round; etc. until the tie is broken. If Players remain tied, ties will be broken by a match of score cards beginning with the 18th hole of the final round and working backwards.

Muni-He-at-the-2019-HUGEL-AIR-PREMIA-LA- Muni He at the 2019 HUGEL-AIR PREMIA LA Open. Photo by Ben Harpring

129. Muni He
130. Yealimi Noh
131. Haeji Kang
132. Lindsey Weaver
133. Jaclyn Lee
* 134. Jackie Stoelting
** 135. Emma Talley
136. Albane Valenzuela
137. Lauren Kim
138. Yui Kawamoto
139. Jennifer Chang
140. Dana Finkelstein
141. Elizabeth Szokol
142. Katherine Perry
143. Wichanee Meechai
144. Haley Moore
145. Alana Uriell
146. Liz Nagel
147. Suzuka Yamaguchi
148. Jiwon Jeon
149. Mina Harigae
150. Sarah Burnham
151. Maia Schechter
152. Kelly Tan
153. Christina Kim
154. Min Seo Kwak
155. Matilda Castren

156. Louise Ridderstrom
157. Linnea Johansson
158. Karine Icher
159. Marissa Steen
160. Kim Kaufman
161. Brianna Do
162. Andrea Lee
163. Esther Henseleit
164. Yujeong Son
165. Lee Lopez
166. Nuria Iturrioz
167. Min Lee
168. Klara Spilkova
169. Bianca Pagdanganan
170. Youngin Chun
171. Kyung Kim
172. Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras
173. Lauren Coughlin
174. Celine Herbin
* Medical
** Maternity

Nos. 101-125

Members finishing Nos. 101-125 (and ties) on the 2019 season-ending Money List. Priority is based on the order of the list. Ties will be broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of 2019.

175. Peiyun Chien
176. Alison Lee
177. Gemma Dryburgh
178. Clariss Guce
179. Ruixin Liu
180. Kendall Dye
181. Isi Gabsa
182. Jacqui Concolino

Tournament Winners

Members who won an Official Tournament while a Member within the previous twentyone (21) calendar years. Priority is based on the number of wins. Ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of the 2019.

Austin-Ernst-at-the-2019-Mediheal-Champi Austin Ernst at the 2019 Mediheal Championship. Photo by Ben Harpring

183. Annika Sorenstam
184. Betsy King
185. Beth Daniel
186. Katelyn Dambaugh
* 187. Juli Inkster
188. Lorena Ochoa
189. Se Ri Pak
190. Laura Davies
191. Meg Mallon
192. Dottie Pepper
193. Rosie Jones
194. Liselotte Neumann
195. Ai Miyazato
196. Mi Hyun Kim
197. Sherri Steinhauer
198. Rachel Hetherington
199. Helen Alfredsson
200. Hee-Won Han
201. Pat Hurst
202. Grace Park
203. Maria McBride
204. Sophie Gustafson
205. Catriona Matthew
206. Lorie Kane
207. Wendy Ward
208. Seon Hwa Lee
209. Dorothy Delasin
210. Nancy Scranton
211. Emilee Klein
212. Wendy Doolan
213. Jeong Jang
214. Michele Redman
215. Laura Diaz
216. Sun Young Yoo
217. Meena Lee
218. Karen Stupples
219. Janice Moodie
220. Jimin Kang
221. Patricia Meunier-Lebouc
222. Ji Young Oh
223. Heather Daly-Donofrio
224. Natalie Gulbis
225. Mika Miyazato
226. Jee Young Lee
227. Heather Bowie Young
228. Leta Lindley
229. Nicole Castrale
230. Moira Dunn-Bohls
231. Ilhee Lee
232. Kim Saiki-Maloney
233. Marisa Baena
234. Kris Tamulis
235. Lee-Anne Pace
236. Silvia Cavalleri
237. Charlotta Sorenstam
238. Kate Golden
239. Jennifer Johnson
240. Birdie Kim
241. Meaghan Francella
242. Laurel Kean
243. Eunjung Yi
244. Tina Fischer
* Medical

Tournament Winners

Members who won an Official Tournament while a Member more than twenty-one (21) years prior. Priority is based on the number of wins. Ties are broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of the 2019. ###Note: these players will probably never get into a tournament this year, so I am not going to take up space by listing them down separately.

245. Kathy Whitworth 246. Betsy Rawls 247. Nancy Lopez 248. JoAnne Carner 249. Sandra Haynie 250. Patty Sheehan 251. Pat Bradley 252. Amy Alcott 253. Jane Blalock 254. Judy Rankin 255. Marlene Hagge 256. Donna Caponi 257. Sandra Palmer 258. Hollis Stacy 259. Ayako Okamoto 260. Jan Stephenson 261. Sally Little 262. Jane Geddes 263. Susie Maxwell Berning 264. Clifford Ann Creed 265. Shirley Englehorn 266. Christa Johnson 267. Mary Mills 268. Alice Miller 269. Sandra Post 270. Tammie Green 271. Danielle Ammaccapane 272. Michelle McGann 273. Debbie Austin 274. Kathy Cornelius 275. Donna Andrews 276. Val Skinner 277. Jo Ann Prentice 278. Brandie Burton 279. Deb Richard 280. Barb Mucha 281. Cindy Rarick 282. Judy Dickinson 283. Penny Hammel 284. Kathy Postlewait 285. Mary Beth Zimmerman 286. Betty Burfeindt 287. Murle Breer 288. Sue Roberts 289. Sherri Turner 290. Vicki Fergon 291. Martha Nause 292. Debbie Massey 293. Maggie Will 294. Lauri Merten 295. Terry-Jo Myers 296. Donna White 297. Cathy Gerring 298. Pam Higgins 299. Gloria Ehret 300. Betsy Cullen 301. Elaine Crosby 302. Dana Dormann 303. Gail Graham 304. Laurie Rinker 305. Jody Anschutz 306. Janet Coles 307. Anne Marie Palli 308. Jerilyn Britz 309. Kathy Guadagnino 310. Penny Pulz 311. Bonnie Lauer 312. Cindy Hill 313. Jan Ferraris 314. Margie Masters 315. Tina Barrett 316. Kris Tschetter 317. Kelli Kuehne 318. Michelle Estill 319. Jane Crafter 320. Cindy Figg-Currier 321. Jenny Lidback 322. Becky Iverson 323. Cindy Schreyer 324. Amy Fruhwirth 325. Missie McGeorge 326. Jackie Gallagher-Smith 327. Joan Pitcock 328. Marta Figueras-Dotti 329. Nanci Bowen 330. Allison Finney 331. Missie Berteotti 332. Cathy Johnston-Forbes 333. Kathryn Imrie 334. Mardi Lunn 335. Julie Piers 336. Barb Whitehead 337. Tracy Kerdyk 338. Cathy Morse 339. Lisa D’Amore 340. Carolyn Hill 341. Janet Anderson 342. Shirley Furlong 343. Lynn Adams 344. Becky Pearson 345. Dorothy Germain 346. Pat Meyers 347. Jennifer Wyatt 348. Susie McAllister 349. Patty Hayes 350. Tina Tombs 351. Lauren Howe 352. Sharon Barrett 353. Patty Jordan-Smith 354. Kathy Hite-James 355. Barbara Barrow 356. Bonnie Bryant 357. Pam Barnett 358. Jocelyne Bourassa

Nos. 126-150

Members finishing Nos. 126-150 (and ties) on the 2019 season-ending Money List. Priority is based on the order of the list. Ties will be broken by the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of the 2019.

Ruixin-Liu-at-the-2019-Bank-of-Hope-Foun Ruixin Liu at the 2019 Bank of Hope Founders Cup. Photo by Ben Harpring

359. Anne-Catherine Tanguay
360. Dottie Ardina
361. P.K. Kongkraphan
362. Luna Sobron Galmes
363. Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong
364. Cheyenne Woods
365. Laura Gonzalez Escallon
366. Jenny Haglund

Top-5 LPGA Symetra Tour

Top 5 (and ties) on the 2020 season-ending Symetra Tour Money List. Priority is based on their position on the list. Ties will be broken by the Members’ scoring average as of the end of 2020. If still tied, refer to the 2020 Symetra Tournament and Player Regulations.

367. Ana Belac
368. Fatima Fernandez Cano
369. Frida Kinhult
370. Janie Jackson

Class A/Veteran International

Class A Members; and International Members who have been active LPGA members in good standing for ten (10) or more consecutive years. Priority will be based on the Members’ positions on the Career Money List as of the end of 2019. Once again it would be a rare occurance for any of these players to appear in a LPGA event.

371. Becky Morgan 372. Jill McGill 373. Kristy McPherson 374. Brooke Pancake * 375. Mhairi McKay 376. Vicki Goetze-Ackerman 377. Vicky Hurst 378. Tracy Hanson 379. Amy Benz 380. Diana D’Alessio 381. Amy Hung 382. Dina Ammaccapane 383. Susie Redman 384. Michelle Ellis 385. Aree Song 386. Beth Bader 387. A.J. Eathorne 388. Kim Williams 389. Eva Dahllof 390. Sydnee Michaels 391. Yu Ping Lin 392. Marianne Morris 393. Jean Bartholomew 394. Mitzi Edge 395. Jamie Hullett 396. Belen Mozo 397. Suzanne Strudwick 398. Alison Walshe 399. Denise Killeen 400. Kristal Parker 401. Nancy Harvey 402. Beth Bauer 403. Pamela Wright 404. Stephanie Louden 405. Na On Min 406. Ashli Bunch 407. Caroline Keggi 408. Laura Baugh 409. Dewi Claire Schreefel 410. Young-A Yang 411. Paige Mackenzie 412. Katie M. Burnett 413. Myra Blackwelder 414. Leslie Spalding 415. Mindy Kim 416. Jill Briles-Hinton 417. Cindy LaCrosse 418. Amanda Blumenherst 419. Paula Reto 420. Allison Duncan 421. Vickie Odegard 422. Amelia Lewis 423. Audra Burks 424. Siew-Ai Lim 425. Carri Wood 426. Dori Carter 427. Luciana Bemvenuti 428. Stephanie Farwig 429. Anna Acker-Macosko 430. Candy Hannemann 431. Lori West 432. Lynn Connelly 433. Joanna Klatten 434. Leigh Ann Mills 435. Kim Shipman 436. Marilyn Lovander 437. Cathy Marino 438. Allison Hanna 439. Sara Sanders 440. Deedee Lasker 441. Laurie Brower 442. Ellie Gibson 443. Kim Hall 444. Amy Read 445. Susan Sanders 446. Jenna Daniels 447. Nina Foust 448. Lee Ann Walker 449. Simin Feng 450. Sue Ertl 451. Angie Ridgeway 452. Marlene Floyd 453. Laetitia Beck 454. Marci Bozarth 455. Janice Gibson 456. Kathryn Young-Robyn 457. Annette DeLuca 458. Patricia Baxter-Johnson 459. Meredith Duncan 460. Barbara Moxness 461. Jennifer Feldott-Hall 462. Heather Drew 463. Kathy McMullen 464. Nicole Jeray 465. M. J. Smith 466. Karen Noble 467. Sue Ginter 468. Mindy Moore 469. Pamela Kerrigan 470. Mary Dwyer 471. Beverly Klass 472. Sue Thomas 473. Kay Cockerill 474. Angela Jerman-Ormsby 475. Erika Wicoff 476. Jane Rah 477. Beth Stone 478. Jennifer Hanna 479. Sarah McGuire 480. Nicky Le Roux 481. Sherrin Smyers 482. Kate Rogerson 483. Kim Bauer 484. Gina Hull 485. Nancy White 486. Dianne Dailey 487. Therese Hession 488. Barbara Mizrahie 489. Carole Charbonnier 490. LeAnn Cassaday 491. Michelle Dobek 492. Mary Murphy 493. Nancy Taylor 494. Noelle Daghe 495. Cathy Mant 496. Cathy Mockett 497. Cathy Sherk 498. Gerda Boykin 499. Mardell Wilkins 500. Joan Joyce 501. Laura Hurlbut 502. Jeannette Kohlhaas 503. Linda Hunt 504. Donna Wilkins 505. Catherine Duggan 506. Loretta Alderete 507. Shirley Spork 508. Marty Dickerson 509. Sue Fogleman 510. Jackie Bertsch 511. Pamela Allen 512. Amelia Rorer 513. Terri Hancock 514. Kelly Leadbetter 515. Sue Daniels 516. Kathy Farrer 517. Debbie Skinner 518. Renee Powell 519. Sharron Moran 520. Janet Le Pera 521. Brenda Hocott 522. Cindy Ferro 523. Carla Glasgow 524. H. B. Duntz-Macarthur 525. Joyce Benson 526. Susan Johnson 527. Mary Bryan 528. Linda Galloway 529. Becky Larson

The LPGA will have two Priority List reshuffles during the 2021 season. The first one is usually at the end of May, and the second one at the end of July. Players who start the season with a poor priority ranking and play well in the few opportunities that they get to tee it up will have the chance to be reshuffled into playing much more regularly.

 

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