Qualifier: Shot 71-68--139 at El Macero (Calif.) Country Club on April 15

The University of Colorado grad transfer will tee it up for a second time in the U.S. Women’s Open after missing the cut at the Country Club of Charleston in 2019. A San Jose, Calif., native, Iqbal, who played her first four seasons at Texas Christian University, put together one of the best fall seasons in CU history with a 70.93 stroke average over 12 rounds. She closed out her four-year career at TCU with a program-best 72.9 stroke average that included 59 rounds of par or better. She also captured a pair of tournaments for the Horned Frogs and helped the team advance to the 2022 NCAA Championship in Arizona. She advanced to match play in the 2019 U.S. Women’s Amateur as well as qualifying for the 2022 championship. In 2014, she was the California state high school individual champion.

U.S. Women's Open Record

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2019
Country Club of Charleston
78-73
+9
MC

YEAR

2019

SITE

Country Club of Charleston

SCORES

78-73

TO PAR

+9

FINISH

MC

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