2019 Donald Ross Classic

2019 Donald Ross Classic

The Gaelle Truet Rookie Of the Year 

Patty Tavatanakit, INOS ambassador was named the Gaelle Trust Rookie of the Year on September 2, 2019. Tavatanakit has already secured her LPGA Tour card for the 2020 season, as she is guaranteed to finish inside the Symetra Tour's Volvik Race for the Card Top 10.

Patty, Robynn, and Esther Earned LPGA Tour Membership

Congratulations to our 3 ambassadors (Patty Tavatanakit, Robynn Ree, Esther Lee) earned LPGA Tour membership! The Symetra Tour annually awards LPGA Tour membership to the top players on the Volvik Race for the Card money list and the conclusion of the Symetra Tour Championship ushers in the 2019 graduating class. We, INOS find and sponsor players with passion, talent and hard work!

Meet our ambassadors of the 2019 Symetra Tour graduates!

Patty Tavatanakit (Bangkok, Thailand) - $117,518

Named the Gaelle Truet Rookie of the Year, Patty Tavatanakit made an immediate impact as soon as she made her debut at the Island Resort Championship. Across 11 tournaments played, the two-time WGCA First Team All-American and seven-time medalist for UCLA captured victories at the Donald Ross Classic, Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic and Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge. 


Robynn Ree (Redondo Beach, California) - $90,518

Playing in her first full season on the “Road to the LPGA,” Robynn Ree found the winner’s circle for the first time in her professional career at The CDPHP Open in late July. The University of Southern California alumna enjoyed the moment so much, she made it back-to-back titles at the PHC Classic. Over that span, Ree shot a total of 30-under par in the six rounds of competition with a stroke average of 66.50. 


Esther Lee (Los Alamitos, California) - $87,360

Esther Lee is a consistent player in her two years on the Symetra Tour, she collected 14 top-10 finishes since debuting at the 2018 Florida’s Natural Charity Classic. Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that in 35 starts she owns 23 top-25s. Lee paced the Tour in sand saves (75.0 percent) and was third in birdies (248).