On one of the more unique courses in Northeast Ohio, Delaney Martin, a rising sophomore at the University of Houston, was the cream of the crop as she finished her day 2-under par for a round of 68 and was the lone medalist. Heisterkamp and Henderson each made clutch birdies on the final hole to propel themselves into the qualifying spots. There was a four for two playoff for the two alternate spots and Lexi Knight of Cleveland State came out as the first alternate and Mary Parsons from Indiana University came out as the second alternate. But it was Martin who stole the day and took first place.
Events , News , Tournaments. Throughout the course of two days, 12 talented women competed for the title and it was Suzi Spotleson and Kelsey Sager who came out on top. Spotleson won the Senior Division with a clubhouse best nine-over par and Sager won the Championship Division by four strokes with a over par score. Spotleson went out with a 72 on day one and then shot a 77 on day two after recovering from an early setback. That was my focus. One of the golfers she had to hold off was Alison Cress, who came from outside of the last group to finish in second place with a round two best score of
RESULTS: U.S. Women’s Amateur Sectional Qualifying
Defending Champion - Kristin Jamieson, Hillsboro. Championship Format :. The Championships are individual match play events with 18 holes of stroke play qualifying; players must enter either the State Amateur or the Mid-Amateur. The competition will be in two stages:. A Stroke Play: 18 holes stroke play to determine flights for match play.
We had expected great weather the entire weekend but apparently Mother Nature had something else planned for our last night. It was already dark and we were sitting by the fire when the wind started blowing hectically, and before we knew it, it was raining cats and dogs. We quickly rushed into the tent and got into our sleeping bags to dry and get warm. As the night went on it got increasingly cold and eventually we were freezing our asses off.