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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Jaclyn Sweeney nears European tour card

Barring a final round collapse, Bradenton's Jaclyn Sweeney will earn her card for the 2011 Ladies European Tour season.

Sweeney fired a 4-under par 69 on La Manga's South Course during the LET Q-School final stage in Spain, which puts the Andover, Mass. native at a 284 total - three shots off the lead.

The top 20 gain full-time status for the 2011 season. Right now, Sweeney is 12 shots clear of that cut line.

The former Pendleton School at IMG Academies and Arizona State standout posted her second 69 on the South Course for the five-round tournament.

Sweeney also has a pair of 73s, both coming on the North Course.

She's in the final group, slated to tee off No. 1 at 10:50 a.m. local time.

Sweeney recently played in the LPGA Tour's Q-School final stage at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, where the near unplayable final round conditions wreaked havoc for the field and Sweeney's round.

She finished with a 78 to miss out on one of the final conditional spots for 2011.

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