S-18: Top 75 points leaders in the Rolex Rankings as of July 3

Valenzuela, a former standout at Stanford University, will make her fourth U.S. Women's Open start after getting inside the top 75 of the Rolex Rankings on July 3. Born in New York City to a Mexican father and French mother, Valenzuela spent most of her childhood living in Switzerland and represents the country in international competition. Her father, Alberto, played golf at UCLA. Albane represented Switzerland in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as an amateur, and again as a professional in 2021 in Tokyo. In 2019, Valenzuela was named the Pacific-12 Conference's Player of the Year (she captured the individual Pac-12 title that year) and was a first-team All-American. Valenzuela twice reached the championship match of the U.S. Women's Amateur, losing in 2017 to Sophia Schubert and 2019 to Gabriela Ruffels. Her younger brother, Alex, plays at Southern Methodist University. In the fall of 2019, Valenzuela earned her LPGA Tour card by tying for sixth in the Q-Series.

U.S. Women's Open Results

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2023
Pebble Beach Golf Links
74-74-76-76--300
+12
T-59
2019
Country Club of Charleston
75-75
+8
MC
2018
Shoal Creek
72-73-71-75--291
+3
24th
2016
CordeValle
72-75-76-80--303
+15
T-67

YEAR

2023

SITE

Pebble Beach Golf Links

SCORES

74-74-76-76--300

TO PAR

+12

FINISH

T-59

YEAR

2019

SITE

Country Club of Charleston

SCORES

75-75

TO PAR

+8

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2018

SITE

Shoal Creek

SCORES

72-73-71-75--291

TO PAR

+3

FINISH

24th

YEAR

2016

SITE

CordeValle

SCORES

72-75-76-80--303

TO PAR

+15

FINISH

T-67

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