Interesting, in that the age of the winner on the Women's Tour keeps getting lower. My question is why is the Tour allowing these young golfers the opportunity to play in this type of venue? I would think that allowing these young players in would subject them to outside pressures that cannot be good for them or the Tour.
My answer as to why the Tour "allows" teens to play is that, for the Women's Am, she qualified for the event. Teens are allowed to try and qualify. To qualify and play in the Women's Am at 15 is unusual. To actually win it is unheard of!
As to playing in the pro event, she was invited, I think, due to her Amateur win. I think the Women's Tour is looking for anyone who might bring some attention to women's pro golf and a 15 year old phenom who wins gets attention throughout the golf world.