LPGA Tour News: 2022 Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G – Final-Round Notes; Sarah Kemp a surprising 8th helps in drive keeping LPGA Tour Card

Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G

Kenwood Country Club (Kendale Course) | Cincinnati, Ohio | Sept. 8-11, 2022

Final-Round Notes

Sept. 11, 2022

Course Setup: 36-36—72; 6,368 yards (Scoring Average: R1: 71.807, R2: 71.223, R3: 71.679, R4: 71.707)

Weather: Scattered showers throughout the day, winds south to southwest, reaching up to 14-16 mph at times; highs reaching near 78F this afternoon

Korean major champion Jeongeun Lee6 finished in solo fourth at -14 with a trio of players tied for fifth at -13: Epson Tour winner Andrea Lee, Palos Verdes Championship presented by Bank of America winner Marina Alex, and 2020 U.S. Women’s Open presented by ProMedica champion A Lim Kim. Australian Sarah Kemp finished alone in eighth at -12 with Rolex First-Time Winner Atthaya Thitikul one back in ninth at -11. Four players finished in a tie for 10th at -10, most notably Jessica Korda who fired a final-round 6-under 66.

Sarah Kemp LPGA Tour (courtesy Ladies European Tour)
Sarah Kemp 9 11 2022 8th place at LPGA Kroger Queen City Championship.mp3


Sarah Kemp (born 7 December 1985) is an Australian professional golfer. She has played on the LPGA TourLadies European Tour (LET) and ALPG Tour.

As an amateur, Kemp earned low amateur honors at the 2003 Women’s Australian Open and also won the 2003 Australian Girls’ Amateur, followed by a runner-up finish in 2004. In 2003 and 2005, Kemp was the Australian Stroke Play Champion and was a member of the 2004 Australian Espirito Santo Trophy World Cup team.

In 2006, Kemp recorded six top-10 finishes on the ALPG Tour, finishing second on the ALPG Tour Order of Merit, while also recording three top-10 finishes on the LET. In 2007, she birdied her final four holes at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to tie for ninth and earn exempt status for the 2008 LPGA Tour.

On the LET, Kemp was runner-up at the 2010 New Zealand Women’s Open and the 2018 Lalla Meryem Cup, where she lost a playoff to Jenny Haglund, while finishing third at the 2016 Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open, 2017 Hero Women’s Indian Open and 2018 Lacoste Ladies Open de France. Her best result on the LPGA tour was as runner-up at the 2019 Women’s Victorian Open.