Women’s Stroke Play Championship

Traditions Club at Texas A&M

June 24-26

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Women’s Stroke Play Championship

Traditions Club at Texas A&M

June 24-26

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101st Women’s Texas Amateur

Golf Club of Houston

July 12-15

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101st Women’s Texas Amateur

Golf Club of Houston

July 12-15

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Women’s Partnership Match Play Concludes at Walden on Lake Conroe

Briefly: After 54-holes of net four-ball match play, competition concluded this afternoon at Walden on Lake Conroe in the newly formatted Women’s Partnership Match Play. The field consisted of 45 teams of ladies hailing from all over the state of Texas. Teams were pre-flighted into flights of six based on the combined team handicap index. The full field began match play on Monday morning for the chance to advance to Tuesday’s semifinal round or to proceed to the consolation match play bracket.

Flights 1-6, Finals
In the first flight final match, the team of Midland’s Lettia Collins and The Woodlands Karen Northcutt defeated Corpus Christi’s Camm Dougherty and Horseshoe Bay’s Leslie McCallick 3 and 1. The duo defeated the No. 1 seed team of Malick and Schultz in Tuesday’s round of semifinal matches 3 and 2.

In the second flight final match, Kelly Campbell of Dallas and Lisa Papes of Allen defeated the fifth seed team of Betty Conklin and Violin Dupasquier both of Montgomery. In a tough match against the solo Dupasquier, Campbell and Papes pulled off a 6 and 5 victory.

In the third flight final match, the No. 8 seed of Angie Dusevic and Sara Devillers both from Houston defeated Tomball’s Suzzette Kirchner and Cypress’s Cynthia Birch 3 and 2. In Tuesday’s semifinal match, Dusevic and Devilliers battled it out against the team of Willis and Dillard in 20 holes.

In the fourth flight final match, Jill Rizzo of College Station and Xuesong Hollier of Tomball defeated DeSoto’s Charlene Wilson and Sondra Swan 1 up. On Tuesday, the pair defeated the No. 1 seed of Randleman and Bailey 3 and 2.

In the fifth flight final match, the No. 3 seed team of Magnolia’s Diane Gunn and Conroe’s Maede Miller defeated San Antonio’s Sheryl Redwine and Jean Reynolds 5 and 4. Gunn and Miller defeated Butler and Reaves 5 and 3 the day before.

In the sixth flight final match, Huntsville’s Bobbie Proctor and Beth Belovsky defeated the No. 4 of Mary Lynn Krauss and Virginia Edley both from Dallas. In Tuesday’s semifinal match, the duo defeated Rook and Jasien 4 and 3.

For complete results, click here.

Consolation Flights 1-6, Finals
In the first flight consolation flight, Austin’s Lee Ann Penick and New Braunfels Patthawan Livingston defeated the team of Sonja Smith and Stefanie White 2 and 1. Penick and Livingston had a bye on Tuesday as the No. 1 seed.

In the second consolation flight, McKinney’s Amy Goodwin and Patricia Carnes defeated The Woodland’s Margaret Bosman and Montgomery’s Maura Price 4 and 2. Goodwin and Carnes had a bye in the first round of consolation match play.

In the third flight consolation match, Montgomery’s Sandra Ayers and Waco’s Nannette Wheelis defeated Magnolia’s Donna Moore and Georgetown’s Linda Pryor 1 up. On Tuesday, Ayers and Wheelis defeated Keith and Piening 6 and 5.

In the fourth flight consolation match, Bastrop’s Sharon Baker and Smithville’s Laurie Eyting defeated Sugar Land’s Susan Councill and Houston’s Katherine Kuo. The No. 2 seed defeated Robertson and Bastidas 3 and 1 in the first round of consolation match play.

In the fifth flight consolation match, Corpus Christi’s Lea Ann Stikeleather and Mary Swan defeated defending champions Emilie Wilshire of Houston and Mary Dees of Cypress. The duo defeated Butler and Reaves 1 up in a back-and-forth match on Tuesday to advance to the final consolation match where they won 5 and 3.

In the sixth flight consolation match, the team of Fort Worth’s Stacy Rehm and Willow Park’s Pamela Bean defeated Montgomery’s team of Julie Rodriguez and Lynette Hutar. In one of only two matches to go 18-holes in Wednesday’s final round of matches, Rehm sunk a 30-foot putt to win 1 up against their opponents.

For complete results, click here.

Host Club: Walden on Lake Conroe Golf Club was originally designed and built in 1976 by Robert Von Hagge and former PGA Tour player Bruce Devlin. It’s a private golf club that is open to residents and non-residents. The course features Tifeagle greens, large pines, and pristine bunkers amidst ancient oak trees. At 6,756 yards and par-72 the course will be fun and provide a good challenge to some of the state’s best women.

Tournament History: The Women’s Partnership Match Play was previously played in a quota format and named the Women’s Partnership. Last year, in its previous quota format, the tournament was held at Riverhill Country Club, where Mary Dees and Emilie Wilshire won the overall championship for the first time with 25 total points. The tournament was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Margaret Bosman and Lorraine Werner won in 2019 at Golfcrest Country Club; Camm Dougherty and Leslie McCallick won back-to-back titles in 2017-18.

Next up: The TGA women head to Dallas next for DFW’s Women’s Saturday Series event on May 14. Cedar Crest Golf Course is set to host the first Saturday Series event on the 2022 schedule. For more information about the Saturday Series, click here.

For more information about the Women’s Partnership Match Play, click here. To see all match results from Walden on Lake Conroe, click here.

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Women’s Partnership Match Play Heads to Walden on Lake Conroe

MONTGOMERY – The 23rd annual Women’s Partnership Match Play is slated for April 4-6 at Walden on Lake Conroe Golf Club.

This year, the event will be played in a match play format. It was previously played in a quota format and named the Women’s Partnership. The Women’s Partnership Match Play will be contested over 54 holes of net Four-Ball Match Play. Two competitors play as partners in a match against another two-woman team with each golfer playing her own ball. The tournament will feature a 45 team field of 90 total players.

The teams are pre-flighted into eight divisions based on the combined team handicap index. Maximum spread of partners’ index of 8.0 will be used for the purpose of creating flights and scoring. The four teams eliminated in the first round of each flight will proceed to a consolation match play bracket.

The March 30 WHS Handicap Index will be used for flights and scoring.

Walden on Lake Conroe Golf Club was originally designed and built in 1976 by Robert Von Hagge and former PGA Tour player Bruce Devlin. It’s a private golf club that is open to residents and non-residents. The course features Tifeagle greens, large pines, and pristine bunkers amidst ancient oak trees. At 6,756 yards and par-72 the course will be fun and provide a good challenge to some of the state’s best women.

Last year, in its previous quota format, the tournament was held at Riverhill Country Club, where Mary Dees and Emilie Wilshire won the overall championship for the first time with 25 total points.

The tournament was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Margaret Bosman and Lorraine Werner won in 2019 at Golfcrest Country Club; Camm Dougherty and Leslie McCallick won back-to-back titles in 2017-18.

The first round of the Women’s Partnership Match Play begins at 8 a.m. on April 4. The final round is scheduled for at 8 a.m. on April 6. Once all matches are complete, awards will be handed out to the top finishers.

For more information on the 2022 Women’s Partnership Match Play, click here.

Women’s Saturday Series – DFW #1 (Rescheduled)

Cedar Crest Golf Course
August 20

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Women’s Saturday Series – DFW #1 (Rescheduled)

Cedar Crest Golf Course
August 20

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Women’s Partnership Match Play

Walden on Lake Conroe

April 4-6

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Mallory Matthews wins 2022 Women’s Eclectic

BLANCO – Mallory Matthews of Hondo, TX captured the 2022 Women’s Eclectic at Vaaler Creek Golf Club in Blanco, TX besting Malisone Chanthapanye of Fort Worth and Cindy Gilkeson of Sugar Land by two strokes. Matthews shot a five-under-par 67 over two days of the Eclectic format. Matthews entered the final round two strokes behind Chanthapanya but improved her Eclectic score by eight strokes to capture the championship. Cindy Gilkeson finished in a tie for second with Chantapanye after improving her overall Eclectic score by thirteen strokes in the final round. Wendi Ewbank claimed the Overall Net Championship with a combined net score of ten-under-par 62. Ewbank of Katy shot five net birdies and four net eagles to beat Lorraine Werner of The Woodlands by 1 stroke.

GROSS LEADERBOARD:
1 Matthews, Mallory Hondo 67 (-5)
T2 Chanthapanya, Malisone Fort Worth 69 (-3)
T2 Gilkeson, Cindy Sugar Land 69 (-3)
T4 Schultz, Anna Heath 71 (-1)
T4 Moake, Meghan Houston 71 (-1)

NET LEADERBOARD:
1 Ewbank, Wendi Katy 62 (-10)
2 Werner, Lorraine The Woodlands 63 (-9)
T3 Gilkeson, Cindy Sugar Land 65 (-7)
T3 Bosman, Margaret The Woodlands 65 (-7)
T5 Brady, Donna Fair Oaks Ranch 66 (-6)

Complete Results

GOLF COURSE: Vaaler Creek Golf Club is one of the Hill Countries premiere public golf courses. Designed by Michael Lowry and JP Newman the course and it was ranked #19 on best new Golf Courses of 2011. The courses features great views of the Texas Hill Country and rolling topography and an abundance of live oaks.

WEATHER: Monday’s first round was overcast with consistent winds between around 20 mph up to gusts 30 mph. The strong winds returned for the Final Round blowing out of the north west around 15 mph throughout the day. The high for the final round reached 70 degrees.

WHAT’S NEXT: The 2022 Women’s Partnership Match Play heads to Walden on Lake Conroe in Montgomery, TX.

MORE INFO: For complete coverage of the 2022 Women’s Eclectic, click here.