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Bosman and Werner Win the Women's Partnership

BRIEFLY: Margaret Bosman and Lorraine Werner came from behind in the final round to win the 2019 Women’s Partnership at Golfcrest Country Club in Pearland. In all, four flights crowned champions as the second TGA Women’s event of the 2019 season wrapped up.
 
WOMEN’S PARTNERSHIP OVERALL LEADERBOARD:

      R1 +/- Quota R2 +/- Quota Total + / – Quota
1 Bosman / Werner The Woodlands 7 25.5 32.5
2 Kuo / Hamilton Houston 18 7 25
3 Dillard / Willis Montgomery 20 4 24
4 Bowe / Loggins Allen, Celina 12 12 24
5 Hoyt / Bishop Horseshoe Bay 16 7 23

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GOLF COURSE: Golfcrest Country Club was originally built in southeast Houston in 1927 and moved to its current location in Pearland in 1971. The club is owned by its membership and managed by Sterling Golf. The tree-lined course sits on 200 wooded acres and was designed by Joseph S. Finger. The old-school layout will prove to be a tough test for competitors in the 2019 Women’s Partnership, with narrow fairways, numerous water hazards and challenging green complexes. The course will be set up at approximately 5,277 yards for the championship.
 
WEATHER: Tuesday’s final round saw blue skies and a slight WSW breeze between 8-10 mph, with temperatures reaching the mid-80s.
 
WINNERS’ INFO: Entering the final round with 7 points from the first round, The Woodlands duo of Bosman and Werner played lights out as they exceeded their adjusted quota of 52.5 by 25.5 to post 78 points and win the Overall Championship. Their 36-hole total of 32.5 points bested the second place overall team of Katherine Kuo and June Hamilton, both of Houston, who finished with 25 points for two rounds.
 
IN CONTENTION: Claiming victory in Flight 1 is the team of Hoyt/Bishop with 23 points over Northcutt/Collins at 22.5 points. The winners of Flight 2 were Crites/Clemens with a score 16.5, barely edging out Smith-Snider/Higby by a single half point. The Kuo/Hamilton team posted 25 points to win Flight 3 by one over first round leaders Dillard/Willis and Bowe/Loggins. In Flight 4, Bowser/Barlow won in a scorecard playoff over Raska/Davidson, after the two teams tied with 16 points.
 
WHAT’S NEXT: Currently open for registration is the Women’s One-Day Series at Northgate Country Club in Houston on April 27. This event closes for registration on April 22. More information about the Women’s One-Day Series can be found here. The Women’s Stroke Play Championship, the first TGA Women’s major on the calendar, opens for registration on April 22. This year’s championship will be contested June 21-23 at Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio. Complete information about the Women’s Stroke Play can be found here.
 
MORE INFO: The Texas Golf Association extends its sincere appreciation to the entire membership and staff at Golfcrest Country Club for their welcoming hospitality in hosting this year’s Women’s Partnership. Complete tournament information can be found by clicking here. Check out our Facebook page and Twitter feed for updates throughout the championship season.  

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Dillard and Willis Lead Women's Partnership

BRIEFLY: Dianne Dillard and Claudia Willis, who both live in Montgomery, lead the Women’s Partnership after Monday’s first round with a score of 20. The Women’s Partnership, a team quota event, is being contested in Pearland at Golfcrest Country Club. Dillard and Willis lead the mother-daughter duo of Valerie and Lindsey Mitchell, also of Montgomery, by one point heading into Tuesday’s final round. In addition to battling for an Overall Championship, the Women’s Partnership will crown winners in each of the four flights.
 
WOMEN’S PARTNERSHIP OVERALL LEADERBOARD:

1 Dillard / Willis Montgomery 20
2 Mitchell / Mitchell Montgomery 19
3 Kuo / Hamilton Houston 18
4 Northcutt / Collins The Woodlands, Midland 17
5 Hoyt / Bishop Horseshoe Bay 16

 
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GOLF COURSE: Golfcrest Country Club was originally built in southeast Houston in 1927 and moved to its current location in Pearland in 1971. The club is owned by its membership and managed by Sterling Golf. The tree-lined course sits on 200 wooded acres and was designed by Joseph S. Finger. The old school course will prove to be a tough test for the 2019 Women’s Partnership, as fairways traverse through trees and bodies of water. The Women’s Partnership will be contested at a distance of 5,277 yards for the championship.
 
WEATHER: Sunday afternoon saw Golfcrest Country Club take on over an inch of rain as storms passed through the area. Early Monday morning clouds turned into a nice afternoon with mostly sunny skies. The temperature was in the mid-70s for the majority of today’s round. The NNW wind was coming in behind yesterday’s storms at 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph throughout the round.
 
IN CONTENTION: Leading in Flight 1 is the team of Northcutt/Collins with 17 points over Hoyt/Bishop at 16 points. Sitting in third of Flight 1, with 15 points is Christensen/Robichaux. Flight 2 has Webb/Mayorga atop with a score 14, and they lead Meyer/Gonzalez by four points. The Dillard/Willis team holds a slim lead in Flight 3 over Kuo/Hamilton, who are two points back at 18. Flight 4 has Mitchell/Mitchell at 19 leading Davidson/Raska at 14 points heading into the final round.
 
WHAT’S NEXT: Tuesday’s final round will begin with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Following play, there will be lunch served in the dining room as well as a brief awards presentation for the Overall Champion and Flight Winners.
 
MORE INFO: Visit our website for complete coverage of the 2019 Women’s Partnership. Check out our Facebook page and Twitter feed for updates throughout the championship rounds.  

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Womens Partnership Heads to Golfcrest Country Club

PEARLAND – The 21st annual Women’s Partnership is slated for April 8-9 at Golfcrest Country Club, and defending champions Camm Dougherty and Leslie McCallick are looking to win their third consecutive title and fourth overall. Golfcrest Country Club is hosting the Women’s partnership for the first time in the event’s history.

The Women’s Partnership is a two-player team format, in which both balls count on each hole and points are earned by each partner for each hole played. The 36-hole event is a net tournament that uses a point quota system based on players’ course handicaps, and the difference will be added or subtracted to the team’s overall score.

Points are accrued for each hole based on the score made. A double bogey nets a player one point, bogey is two points, par is three points, birdies are five points, eagles are eight points, double-eagle count for 10 points. A hole-in-one is worth 12 points.

Teams compete for the overall championship or their flight championship based on the combined handicap of each team. The 40-team field will be split into four flights, and the top three spots of each flight will be awarded as well as the overall champion of the tournament.

Golfcrest Country Club was originally built in southeast Houston in 1927 and moved to its current location in Pearland in 1971. The club is owned by its membership and managed by Sterling Golf. The tree-lined course sits on 200 wooded acres and was designed by Joseph S. Finger. The old school course will prove to be a tough test for the 2019 Women’s Partnership, as fairways traverse through trees and bodies of water.

Last year, the tournament was held at Fair Oaks Golf & Country Club on the Live Oak course, where Dougherty and McCallick teamed up to win the overall championship for the third time with 34.5 total points. The duo also won in 2017 at The Clubs of Prestonwood Hills Course and Corpus Christi Country Club in 2012.

Lyn Jones and Liza Robinson won the overall championship in 2016 at Crown Colony Country Club. Sissy Davies and Diane Dill won the 2015 overall championship at Horseshoe Bay Resort’s Ram Rock Course.

The first round of the Women’s Partnership will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. on April 8. The final round is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on April 9. Once all the scores are in for 36 holes, awards will be handed out to the top finishers.

For more information on the 2019 Women’s Partnership, click here.