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West Coast Women’s Amateur Championship

June 9, 2016 Results will be posted as soon as they are available.

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Northern California Women’s Four-Ball Net Championship

Pairings/Results Player Information November 17, 2016 Overall Gross Green Valley CC members Dolly Coleman and Tina Barker made it two in a row, shooting a two-day score of 8-over 150 to win by eight strokes. The Coleman/Barker squad who opened with a 79, bounced back when it counted, carding a final round 71 that included four birdies and four bogeys. Big Sur Flight (Handicap Index 28-Lower) Dorothy Donnelly and Suzy Duarte followed up a sizzling first round  4-under 67 with a 71 to come in at 4-under 138 and win by two shots. The Donnelly/Duarte team posted three eagles and nine birdies overall in both rounds. Second place went to the tandem of Karen O’Neill and Jeanette Chang at 140 after a 71. Third place went to Vivian French and Connie Huckaba at 141. Golden Gate Flight (Handicap Index 29-39) Sue Stryker and Stacey Baba returned to the winners’ circle, posting a stellar final round 64 to come in at 7-under 135, good enough for a three shot win. The Stryker/Baba team was a scoring machine in the final round, posting an eagle to go with nine birdies. Second place went to Jane Henry and Maxine Monaghan at 138 following a 66. Third place went to the team of Ria Eagen and Gail Rogers at 142 following a second straight round of 71. Yosemite Flight (Handicap Index 40-Above) Belmont CC members Christine Diesslin and Mary Lynch caught fire, posting a second round 65 to finish at 8-under 133 and win by three shots. The Diesslin/Lynch team had an eagle and eight birdies in the finale to seal the deal. Second place went to the tandem of Tamara Waddell and Dana Carrigan at 136 after a 67. Third place went to the tandem of Bonnie Hagen and Suejane Han, who also finished at 136. after a card-off with Waddell and Carrigan.   Jane Henry had the shot of the tournament, acing the 99-yard. par-3 11th using a 9-iron in the second round. Photo...

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U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship

Sept. 14, 2016

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U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship

Sept. 14, 2016

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California State Fair Women’s Championship

Sept. 6, 2016 Results will be posted as soon as they are available.

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U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship Qualifying

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CWAC California Women’s Amateur Championship

Pairings/Results Match Play Bracket July 30, 2016   San Jose resident Sabrina Iqbal picked up a California Women’s Amateur Championship title in her debut, doing it on one of golf’s greatest stages. Iqbal, a junior at Pioneer High, scratched a CWAC win off her rapidly growing list of achievements, defeating Palo Alto resident Anna Zhou, 4 and 3, in Saturday’s 18-hole final at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Along with playing in her first California Women’s Amateur Championship, it marked the first time that Iqbal had ever played Pebble Beach. Following Friday’s semifinals at Quail Lodge Resort, Iqbal and her father, Shaheen, only took a look at the course from a cart. “It’s awesome to win and do it at Pebble Beach. This is one that I wanted to win ,” said Iqbal, who joins Mina Harigae, Juli Inkster and Patty Sheehan as champions of the event. “It’s great to be a part of that list.” Entering the final, Zhou, a sophomore at Harvard, had never trailed in any of her four previous matches. That changed right off the bat, as Iqbal took a 1-up lead on the opening hole. On the scenic par-4 8th, Zhou got it back to all-square when Iqbal three-putted for a double-bogey. After that, however, it was all Iqbal. Having already verbally committed to Texas Christian University, Iqbal won hole No.9 with a par and then won hole No.10 after sinking a 15-foot birdie putt to grab a 2-up lead. On both the 11th and 12th holes, a door appeared to open for Zhou when Iqbal found two greenside bunkers. But Iqbal didn’t flinch, making two great up-and-downs for pars to maintain her lead. “I was excited to hit those bunker shots. Bunker shots used to not be my favorite,” said Iqbal, who had Shaheen, a PGA teaching professional at Los Lagos GC on the bag as caddie . “I didn’t play all that great early on. After the 9th hole I was like, ‘Okay, I’m getting better.’” Still 2-up, on the 13th Iqbal drained a quick downhill 11-footer for another birdie to increase her lead. To cap the match, she’d sink yet another birdie putt on the 15th green. From the 9th to 15th holes, Iqbal went 3-under. Not bad for your first round at Pebble Beach. Not bad either for starting your day at 3:30 a.m. Iqbal, her father and mother and brother Sebastian left San Jose for their 6:30 a.m. tee time at 4 a.m. “I putted really well today. Anna played well, too,” said Iqbal, whose other wins this year include the NCGA Junior Championship and San Francisco City. “It was fun.” For Zhou, the tables finally...

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12th Annual NCGA Women’s Net Amateur Championship

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage July 19, 2016 Big Sur Flight (Handicap Index 10.2-below) Salinas’ Dorothy Donnelly went wire-to-wire to capture her first NCGA Women’s Net Amateur title at par-71 Poppy Hills Golf Course. Donnelly, who opened with a 1-under 70 on Monday, followed that up with an even better 69 to finish the two-day event at 139 and win by eight. In the second round, Donnelly posted eight birdies to go against four bogeys and just one double-bogey. Both Moreno and Benedict came in at 147 following final rounds of 71 and 70, respectively. Moreno was awarded second place in a card-off due to having a better score on the back-nine.   Golden Gate Flight (11.1-17.4 handicap index) San Francisco’s Bobbe Sabella had a comeback to remember. Sabella, who entered the final round eight shots off the lead, fired a final round 2-under 69 to finish regulation tied with Monterey’s Rhonda Mohr at 145. In what became a sudden-death playoff, Sabella birdied the first hole to defeat Mohr and claim the title. In the final round, Sabella had an eagle and three birdies to go against just four bogeys. Mohr had rounds of 72-73. Stacy Brown of Santa Cruz, who jumped into the first round lead with a 68, fell back to third place at 146 following a 78. Yosemite Flight (17.5-above handicap index) Connie Vickroy of San Francisco held on for the wire-to-wire victory. Vickroy, who took the lead with a 7-under 64 in the first round, shot a 76 to come in at 2-under 140, defeating runner-up Cathy Pementell of Oakland by two shots. In the finale, Vickroy had an eagle and three birdies to offset five bogeys, a double-bogey and a quadruple-bogey. Pementell, who began the day nine strokes back, charged into second place thanks to a 69. VanKirk, of Mill Valley, also made a move, posting a 69 to claim a share of third place with Tague. Tague, who opened with a 65, slipped back to an 81. Photo Gallery July 18, 2016 Big Sur Flight (Handicap Index 10.2-below) Salinas’ Dorothy Donnelly is the one to catch after Monday’s first round at par-71 Poppy Hills Golf Course. Donnelly opened with a 1-under 70, posting two eagles and three birdies to go against four bogeys and a double-bogey. In second place is Nicki Anderson of Arroyo Grande at 75. Emily Rotter of Fremont and Kyleigh Moreno of San Jose are both T-3 after opening rounds of 75. Golden Gate Flight (11.1-17.4 handicap index) In the Golden Gate Flight, Stacy Brown took the lead, posting a solid 3-under 68. Brown’s round included an eagle and four birdies...

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