NCGA member and former Junior Tour of Northern California member Hannah O’Sullivan has been named to the 2016 Curtis Cup USA Team. A member at the Olympic Club, O’Sullivan had a breakthrough 2015 season which included winning the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship.
Coming off a brilliant season that led to NCAA Player of the Year honors, Stanford junior Maverick McNealy has started off the fall with a bang. His win at the Illini Invitational has propelled him to the No.1 spot in the world rankings.
Former Bay Area resident and Junior Tour of Northern California member Hannah O’Sullivan continues to impress in 2015. O’Sullivan, who earlier this year became the youngest winner on the Symetra Tour, captured the title at this year’s U.S. Women’s Amateur on Sunday.
A strong Northern California contingent will be among those teeing off in next week’s U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship. The group will be looking to do something that hasn’t been done in over a decade. The last player with NorCal ties to win the title was San Francisco’s Dorothy Delasin in 1999.
Former Junior Tour of Northern California member Hannah O’Sullivan, who became the youngest winner on the Symetra Tour this season, is in the field. So too are Lucy Li and Kathleen Scavo, who will be playing together. Both Li and Scavo played in last year’s U.S. Women’s Open.
Hannah O’Sullivan, who was a force on the Junior Tour of Northern California before moving to Arizona, made history with her win at the Symetra Tour’s Gateway Classic. Prior to moving to Arizona, O’Sullivan was a member at The Olympic Club.