Who are the Métraux sisters?
“Time means a lot to us. Time is also the most precious ally we have when we get to spend it with our family.”
They are two sisters. Kim is the eldest and is turning 24 in spring. She is two years older than her sister Morgane. When they were little they chose golf clubs over dolls. Together, they continued their studies while juggling training with the ambition to participate in the biggest world golf championships. The sisters flew to the United States in order to reach the goal they set for themselves. When they were there, the Métraux duo worked on their swing with their coaches. The training has already paid off as they enjoyed the taste of victory with a silver medal that they won at the 2016 World Team Championships in Cancun, Mexico. First challenge of this year? Earn enough points on the different Symetra Tour (right now and until November) tournaments to qualify for the 2020 LPGA Tour where the best players in the world play. Second challenge: participation in the Tokyo 2020 Games… Stay tuned!
…always in the starting blocks!
The words that Kim Métraux is obsessed with? Symetra Tour! The young athlete continues her ascent with the challenge of qualification to the 2020 LPGA Tour. This champion has taken part in tournaments such as the Windsor Classic, the Four Winds Invitational and the Forsyth Classic. Kim has a mind of steel with several results that she can be proud of. The young golfer finished 24th in the LET event in Spain, 16th in the Windsor Classic and Four Winds Invitational and 28th in the Forsyth Classic (all of the Symetra Tour tournaments). Thanks to the different results obtained in the competitions, the athlete can play all the events of the Symetra Tour and therefore have a chance at playing at a higher level. Next challenge? Earn a card for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). Morgane Métraux didn't have quite as much luck this season. Unfortunately, the young sportswoman suffered an injury which prevented her from participating in several tournaments. However, bad news always leads to good news since Morgane is in a healing phase and is about to return to the course to earn the points she deserves!
For the duo, the LPGA Tour 2020 qualification stage is crucial, as it is a tournament with a major international impact in the golf world.
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