Inaugural NCGA Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship | Poppy Hills | June 12-13, 2021
The NCGA Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship was created in 2021 as a partner of the annual NCGA Mid-Amateur Championship.
ENTRIES CLOSE: April 25, 2021
ENTRY FEE: $175 per player.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all NCGA female members who have reached their 25th birthday on or before June 12, 2021 and have a numeric handicap index listed on their club’s master report of 14.4 or less on the date of registration.
FORMAT: The championship proper will be 36 holes stroke play (18 holes per day).
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Cameron Park CC member Kelly Wilson took a timeout from her mom duties and ended up securing a historic victory. Wilson, 47 and the mother of two boys (Drake, age 8 and Chase, age 18 months), made birdie on the par-5 18th hole to come in with a final round 75 to win the inaugural NCGA Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship by a stroke over Kendra Bishop on Sunday at Poppy Hills. Read Full 2021 Recap | View 2021 Photo Gallery
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