Sectional Qualifying Results

A = Alternate


 

KRISTINA WONG - VESTAL, N.Y.
73
SUSANNAH ABOFF - HUNTINGTON, N.Y.
74
ISABELLE LENDL - VERO BEACH, FLA.
74
NATALIE SHEARY - WEST HARTFORD, CONN.
75
ANGELA OH - MAPLE SHADE, N.J.
76
A - SALLY KRUEGER - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
76
A - CHRISTIN PACACHA - WILLIAMSPORT, PA.
77

CHRISTINE SONG - FULLERTON, CALIF.
73
KRISTEN SVICAROVICH - HILLSBORO, ORE.
75
AMY ENEROTH - SPOKANE, WASH.
77
REBECCA KIM - TIGARD, ORE.
77
MEAGHAN LEBLANC - CANADA
77
SHANNON ROUILLARD - EUGENE, ORE.
77
RENEE SKIDMORE - EVERETT, WASH.
77
A - LARA TENNANT - PORTLAND, ORE.
77
A - AMBER PRANGE - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
78

STACEY TATE - NEW ZEALAND
65
CANDACE SCHEPPERLE - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
67
CYDNEY CLANTON - CONCORD, N.C.
69
MARGARET SHIRLEY - ROSWELL, GA.
71
COURTNEY ELLENBOGEN - BLACKSBURG, VA.
72
THERESA PAIK - SILVER SPRING, MD.
72
A - CHRIS BRADY - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
72
A - AMANDA HENRY - RUSSELL SPRINGS, KY.
73

KATHARINA SCHALLENBERG - GERMANY
74
ERIN THORNE - CANADA
74
AMY LOUGHNEY - MACUNGIE, PA.
78
KATE SCARPETTA - MOOSIC, PA.
78
A - STEPHANIE DOERING - GERMANY
79
A - KELLY BAYTOS - WARREN, OHIO
79

EMILY JOHNSON - WARSAW, IND.
73
KATIE JOHNSON - LEXINGTON, KY.
74
SHELLEY ANDERSON - CLARKSVILLE, TENN.
75
BETH FELTS - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
75
HILLERY WILSON - HUDSON, OHIO
75
A - KARISA AKIN - ELIZABETHTOWN, KY.
76
A - LAURA CANIFF - RUSSELL, KY.
76

NORIKO NAKAZAKI - HANOVER PARK, ILL.
72
JENNA PEARSON - WHEATON, ILL.
73
ONNARIN SATTAYABANPHOT - THAILAND
73
SALLY SHONK - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
74
ALICE KIM - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
75
JENNIFER HONG - WINDERMERE, FLA.
76
JULIE TOMLINSON - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
76
A - KATIE TRACHOK - UPPER ST CLAIR, PA.
77
A - SAMANTHA MAKOVEC - ROSCOE, ILL.
77

DIANE KWON - FREMONT, CALIF.
71
EILEEN VARGAS - COLOMBIA
71
LAURA LUETHKE - CLOVIS, CALIF.
72
CASEY GEE - SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
73
RACHEL NEWREN - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
73
CORINNA REES - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
73
EMILY CHILDS - ALAMEDA, CALIF.
74
MINDY KIM - DIAMOND BAR, CALIF.
74
JULIANNA UHRIK - MODESTO, CALIF.
74
A - CARA FREEMAN - SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CALIF.
74
A - MISUN CHO - KOREA
74

JACLYN BURCH - SATELLITE BEACH, FLA.
73
REMIJIN CAMPING - HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
73
LINDY DUNCAN - PLANTATION, FLA.
73
CHRISTINA MILLER - ATLANTA, GA.
73
MIHO MURATA - CHAMPIONS GATE, FLA.
73
MEGAN MCCHRYSTAL - STUART, FLA.
74
MICHELLE SHIN - CAPE CORAL, FLA.
74
HANA YOUNG - WESLEY CHAPEL, FLA.
74
A - TIFFANY CHUDY - MIRAMAR, FLA.
75
A - ANDIA WINSLOW - SEATTLE, WASH.
75

JILL MARCUM - CLARINDA, IOWA
73
CHELSEA SCHRIEWER - ST CHARLES, MO.
73
AMANDA COSTNER - CLAREMORE, OKLA.
75
WHITNEY FRYKMAN - ACWORTH, GA.
75
MICHELLE REGAN - PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KAN.
75
ANNIE GIANGROSSO - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
76
A - BRIANNA BRODERICK - RICHMOND, MO.
76
A - ASHLEY MEDDERS - ALMA, GA.
76

WHITNEY MYERS - EAST BERLIN, PA.
71
LEAH WIGGER - LOUISVILLE, KY.
72
HUNTER ROSS - MANAKIN SABOT, VA.
75
CORRIE TAYMAN - BETHESDA, MD.
75
YOUN HEE BAE - CENTREVILLE, VA.
76
SARAH HARVEY - FOREST, VA.
78
A - WHITNEY NEUHAUSER - BARBOURSVILLE, VA.
79
A - RACHEL CARPENTER - SUFFOLK, VA.
79

ALISON WALSHE - WESTFORD, MASS.
70
KATHLEEN EKEY - WADSWORTH, OHIO
72
VICTORIA KIDDER - BOSTON, MASS.
73
ANNA GRZEBIEN - NARRAGANSETT, R.I.
74
JACLYN SWEENEY - BRADENTON, FLA.
74
A - DANA HARRITY - N HAMPTON, N.H.
75
A - LALA ANAI - BELMONT, MASS.
75

KASEY CLAUSSEN - FORT COLLINS, COLO.
73
JESSICA YAM - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
73
KATIE KEMPTER - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
75
CHRISTA SPEDDING - GRANBURY, TEXAS
75
KELLY SCHAUB - GREELEY, COLO.
77
ASHLEY TAIT - LITTLETON, COLO.
77

LAUREN HUNT - LITTLE RIVER, S.C.
70
ADRIENNE MILLICAN - FUQUAY VARINA, N.C.
70
KATIE MILLER - JEANNETTE, PA.
71
MAGGIE SIMONS - RALEIGH, N.C.
72
PAIGE HAVERTY - GREENVILLE, N.C.
73
JESSIE VINCENT - BURLINGTON, N.C.
73
ERIN WHITE - CONWAY, S.C.
73
A - MOLLY PLOMARITIS - EDEN, N.C.
74
A - ANN LANEY - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
74

HANA JANG - KOREA
69
HANNAH JUN - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
74
ELISE BRANDT - CANADA
75
JUSTINA YU - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
75
A - LAURA MOORE - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
76
A - SYDNEY LILES - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
77

MI JUNG HUR - KOREA
69
SEO-JAE LEE - KOREA
72
MICHELLE PIYAPATTRA - CORONA, CALIF.
72
PEI-LIN YU - CHINESE TAIPEI
72
TZU-CHI LIN - CHINESE TAIPEI
74
JENNIFER OSBORN - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
74
MIKA TAKAYAMA - ALAMEDA, CALIF.
74
DEBORAH DE VILLA - PHILIPPINES
75
KAY HOEY - RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF.
75
MACKINZIE KLINE - ENCINITAS, CALIF.
75
A - JENNY SHIN - TORRANCE, CALIF.
76
A - JANE CHIN - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
76

AMY SCHMUCKER - COLD SPRING, MINN.
73
CHRISTI ATHAS - ELDORA, IOWA
74
ANGELA DAYKIN - CANADA
76
A - LAUREN MIELBRECHT - GULF STREAM, FLA.
77
A - MAGGIE MURPHY - SIOUX FALLS, S.D.
77

KATE ACKERSON - ALLEN, TEXAS
70
STACY LEWIS - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
70
ALLISON MARTIN - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
70
KRISTIE SMITH - AUSTRALIA
70
LAUREN JOHNSON - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
72
CATHERINE MATRANGA - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
72
ELIZABETH WELLS - EL DORADO, ARK.
72
BRITTANY SMITH - PETROLIA, TEXAS
73
DAPHNE VINES - AUSTIN, TEXAS
73
A - SHELLEY MCGRAW - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
73
A - STEFANIE PAGE - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
73

TAMMY SURTEES - WAIKOLOA, HAWAII
72
MARI CHUN - PEARL CITY, HAWAII
73
A - AMANDA WILSON - HILO, HAWAII
73
A - ELYSE OKADA - KAHULUI, HAWAII
74

 

 
Championship Facts

U.S. Women's Amateur

HISTORY: The United States Women’s Amateur is one of the United States Golf Association’s original three championships. It was first conducted in 1895, shortly after the inaugural U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open. The Women’s Amateur has since been conducted every year except 1917-18, when it was temporarily suspended because of World War I, and 1942-45, when it was suspended because of World War II.

PAR & YARDAGE: Yardage for the Witch Hollow course of Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club will be set at 3,325-3,055/3091 – 6,380/6,416, par 71. The par-3 tenth hole can be played from one of two yardages, 158 yards or 194 yards, which accounts for the differing total yardages.

USGA COURSE RATING™ AND SLOPE RATING® — The USGA Course Rating for Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club at 6,380 yards is 79.1; Slope Rating is 148. At 6,416 yards, the Course Rating is 79.3; Slope Rating is 149.

ARCHITECT: The Witch Hollow course at Pumpkin Ridge was designed by golf architect Bob Cupp and opened in 1992.

CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE:

Monday, Aug. 7 – First round, stroke play (18 holes)
Tuesday, Aug. 8 – Second round, stroke play (18 holes). After conclusion of the 36 holes, the field will be cut to the low 64 scorers, who will advance to match play.
Wednesday, Aug. 9 – First round, match play (18 holes)
Thursday, Aug. 10 – Second round, match play (18 holes); Third round, match play (18 holes)
Friday, Aug. 11 – Quarterfinals, match play (18 holes)
Saturday, Aug. 12 – Semifinals, match play (18 holes)
Sunday, Aug. 13 – Final, match play (36 holes)

TELEVISION COVERAGE: Television coverage of the championship begins with the first round of match play on The Golf Channel.

Aug. 9 – First Round 7 - 9 p.m.
Aug. 10 – Second and Third Rounds 7 - 9 p.m.
Aug. 11 – Quarterfinals 7 - 9 p.m.
Aug. 12 – Semifinals 7 - 9 p.m.
Aug. 13 – Final 7 - 9 p.m.

WHO CAN ENTER: The championship is open to female amateurs who have USGA handicap indexes not exceeding 5.4.

ENTRIES: When entries closed June 21, a record 969 contestants had entered the championship. The previous record entry was 873 in 2005.

 

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