Waking from a slow start, Nigeria’s Georgia Iziemgbe Oboh powered her way to the top-60 in the 2018 Ladies European Tour Qualifying School in far away Morocco.
Oboh started her game with an opening 78, a second day round of 73 followed by 70, 72 for 5-over 293 total.
Oboh is one of the three Africans competing in the LET Qualifying School. The other African Lejan Lewthwaite from South Africa is 8th on the log at -7 under par, over four days.
She opened her rounds with 75, followed by 68 and played Tuesday and Wednesday 67-71 for 281 over 72-holes.
Miss Oboh is among the 60-players who qualified for the final stage.
The class is led by England’s Bronte Law who recorded bogey free 64 on Wednesday. She is now at 19-under going to the final stage.
A total of 68 players made the 72-hole cut, which fell at five-over-par.
The final round at Amelkis Golf Club is billed for Thursday, December 20th after which, the top five players will earn membership of the LET in category 5c for the LET in 2019.
Those in positions 6-25 will earn membership in category 8. Players who make the cut but finish in positions 26 or lower may still join the LET in Category 9b.