LONGWOOD, Fla. — Hannah Green completed a 2-under 69 on Monday for a wire-to-wire victory at the weather-delayed IOA Golf Classic, the second-to-last event of the Symetra Tour season.

It was the third win this year for Green, a 20-year-old Australian who had already wrapped up an LPGA Tour card for next year. She earned $22,500, pushing her season earnings to $105,054. She’s the third player this season to earn more than $100,000, the first time that’s happened in Symetra Tour history.

The top 10 players on the money list at the end of next week’s Symetra Tour Championship earn full LPGA Tour status.

Katelyn Dambaugh, this year’s SEC individual champion at South Carolina, moved inside the top 10 with her runner-up finish at Alaqua Country Club, two shots behind Green. Dambaugh, 23, has earned $63,023 in 11 starts since getting her degree in May.

The current top 10 on the money list hail from seven different countries.

Former Arizona player Lindsey Weaver shot a final-round 65 to tie for third and move from eighth to sixth in earnings.

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