Georgia Senior Women’s Championship Event History

The Georgia Senior Women's Championship, which began in 1998, is open to female amateur golfers who are members of GSGA Member Clubs, are residents of Georgia, and are at least 50 years of age by the day of the first round. Participants compete for the Ceil Maclaurin Trophy, which was given by the great Georgia women's amateur golfer in 1998. The format is 36 holes of flighted stroke play.

Year
Champion
Hometown
Runner-Up
Result
Site
1998
Patsy Ehret
McDonough
156
St. Marlo Golf Club, Duluth
1999
Claudeen Lindberg
Atlanta
152
Canongate-on-White Oak, Newnan
2000
Rochelle Weaver
Resaca
167
Dogwood Golf &Country Club, Austell
2001
Ginette Spinucci
Stone Mountain
168
Port Armor Country Club, Greensboro
2002
Ginette Spinucci
Stone Mountain
73
Wilmington Island Club, Savannah
2003
Claudeen Lindberg
Atlanta
153
Coosa Country Club, Rome
2004
Ena Harvey
Greensboro
150
The Orchard Golf & Country Club, Clarkesville
2005
Ena Harvey
Greensboro
148
The Orchard Golf & Country Club, Clarkesville
2006
Claudeen Lindberg
Atlanta
156
Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain
2007
Brenda Pictor
Marietta
148
Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain
2008
Darlene Werhnyak
Lawrenceville
157
Arrowhead Pointe at Richard B. Russell State Park, Elberton
2009
Brenda Pictor
Marietta
156
Arrowhead Pointe at Richard B. Russell State Park, Elberton
2010
Brenda Pictor
Marietta
151
Houston Lake Country Club, Perry
2011
Brenda Pictor
Marietta
145
Brookstone Golf and Country Club, Acworth
2012
Brenda Pictor
Marietta
150
Alpharetta Athletic Club-East, Milton
2013
Brenda Pictor
Marietta
146
King & Prince Golf Course, St. Simons Island
2014
Laura Coble
Augusta
144
Big Canoe Golf Club
2015
Laura Coble
Augusta
150
Reynolds Plantation-National Course, Greensboro
2016
Laura Coble
Augusta
148
Houston Lake Country Club, Perry
2017
Brenda Pictor
Marietta
151
The Club at Savannah Harbor
2018
Laura Coble
Augusta
147
Sky Valley Country Club
2019
Deb Jackson
Johns Creek
154
Green Island Country Club
2020
Laura Coble
Augusta
142
Sunset Hills Country Club, Carrollton

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