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Anna Schultz Wins 2019 Women's Senior Stroke Play
Author: TGA / A. Tomich
October 9th 2019 - Briefly:  A flawless front-nine and just a single bogey, along with two birdies, gave two-time Women’s Senior Stroke Play Champion Anna Schultz of Heath yet another championship title Wednesday afternoon.  Schultz carded a 1-under 71 Final Round, finishing at even-par 216 at Pebble Creek Country Club in College Station. 

A “steady round” of mostly pars helped Schultz bring home the overall title once again.  But it may have been the second-round moment that was all the motivation.  “That eagle on nine yesterday kind of kick-started my round and the rest of my tournament,” Schultz said. “But my ‘bulldog attitude’ of sticking to my game really helped me keep a lead in this great field of players.”

Schultz is no stranger to winning:  She won the Texas Women’s Senior in both 2012 and 2014, recently winning the 2018 Southern Senior Amateur Championship as well.

“I was thrilled to win this tournament again,” Schultz said.  “You never know if you can go at (golfing) again, and after winning today, I feel like I can still compete with the younger seniors.”

It was a year for repeats in the other divisions, too.  Marian Barker of Lubbock, a recent addition to the super-senior division and 2018 overall champion, captured victory, and finished 7-over-par.  Likewise, Pam Almandoz of Houston repeated as Super-Super-Senior Division champion.
 
Leaderboard (Overall):
1)   Anna Schultz            Heath                      74-71-71 | 216
2)   Marilyn Hardy           Magnolia                 71-76-72 | 219
3)   Meg Christensen      Austin                      72-74-74 | 220
4)   Mina Hardin              Fort Worth               73-76-72 | 221
5)   Kelly Nittoli               San Antonio             75-71-76 | 222
 
Finals Results/Full Leaderboard

Golf Course: Built in 1991 by renowned designer and course architect Ken Dye, Pebble Creek Country Club boasts a 6,896 yard 18-hole championship course.   Known for its natural backdrops at each hole featuring winding creeks, hills and lakes throughout, it is a championship-caliber test on all aspects of competitors’ play.  Tuesday’s final round played at around 5,200 yards.

Weather: It was sunny with blue skies and some clouds, with the temperature reaching 89 degrees with a southerly wind at 7 mph. 

In Contention: Monday’s first-round leader, Marilyn Hardy of Magnolia, finished at 3-over-par on the tournament and second place overall.  Meg Christensen of Austin shot another 2-over 72 to finish in third place at 4-over on the tournament. 

What’s Next: The Women’s Pinehurst will be held at Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort in Boerne November 11-12.
The Texas Golf Association would like to extend our immense gratitude to the staff and members of Pebble Creek Country Club for hosting and making this event memorable for all who took part.

More Info: For more information on the Women’s Senior Stroke Play, click here.
 
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