Alena Sharp made biggest Race for the Card Move of the Week after capturing her second Epson Tour victory at the Champions Fore Change Invitational, jumping up 29 spots on the money list from No. 37 to No.8. Sharp has spent most of her career on the LPGA Tour, racking up nearly $3 million in career earnings before getting dual status for the 2023 season. She has played in four Epson Tour events in 2023 and has yet to miss a cut.
Gabriela Ruffels firmly holds the No. 1 spot in the Race for the Card standings after a T14 finish in New Bern, N.C. The Epson Tour sophomore has posted three top 10s in nine starts, including two wins at the Carlisle Arizona Women's Golf Classic and Garden City Charity Classic at Buffalo Dunes. She sits $32,589 ahead of No. 2 Gigi Stoll, who finished runner-up in the Tar Heel State, to continue moving up the money list.
Rounding out the top ten in the Race for the Card standings are Natasha Andrea Oon (No. 3), Jenny Coleman (No. 4), Agathe Laisne (No. 5), Roberta Liti (No. 6), Jiwon Jeon (No. 7), Sharp (No. 8), Savannah Vilaubi (No. 9) and Min A Yoon (No. 10).