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Sharmila Nicollet

(Photo via @MissNicollet/Twitter.com)

Sharmila Nicollet is one the 30 golfers who "graduated" from 2012 LET Q-School, earning her card for the 2013 season on the Ladies European Tour. Nicollet finished tied for 17th at the final stage qualifier, at 9-under 351.

Nicollet turned pro in 2009 and led the regional Indian circuit in money in 2009 and 2010. She also played on the Ladies Asian Golf Tour and got into a few LET tournaments during that time and into 2011. She made it through Q-School at the end of 2011 to earn rookie status on the LET during the 2012 season. Her best finish was 36th in 2012, so it was back to Q-School. But Sharmilla is through again.

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