No Canadian will move on to the LPGA Tour through the top 10 on the Symetra Tour money list this year.
Maude-Aimee Leblanc was 21st on the money list coming in to the Symetra Tour Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla, and needed a win to crack the top 10.
It looked like she might pull it off as she went into the fourth round with a two-shot lead, but Leblanc put up four bogeys on her first six holes. She added a couple of birdies, including one at 18, but finished the day with a two-over 74 that left her in a tie for fourth at LPGA International.
Sara-Maude Juneau, who began the day in a tie for seventh, got to within two of the lead after posting four birdies against just one bogey by the time she finished the 11th hole, but a bogey on 14 and a double bogey on 16 left her with an even par 72.
Juneau finished in a three-way tie for 18th that included Samantha Richdale of Kelowna, B.C. Both finished at five under, a shot back of Nicole Vandermade of Brantford, Ont., who shot a final round, one-under 71 to tie for 12th.
As a result, Juneau finished 13th on the money list with $38,432 and Vandermade was 17th ($34,261). Leblanc finished 19th ($32,245) and Richdale was 35th ($20,114).
Leblanc, through previous LPGA Tour status, Juneau and Vandermade, through their finishes on the money list, earn exemptions into the final stage of LPGA Q-school at LPGA International Dec. 3-7.
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Alena Sharp shot a final round, six-under 66 to tie for 30th at the Yokohama Tire Classic in Alabama. Sharp finished at five under.
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