Event Details

2018 Women’s Team Championship

Event Date

Sep 17, 2018

Location

Barnsley Resort

Ages

All

Entries Open

Jun 06, 2018

Entries Close

Sep 05, 2018

Entry Fee

$330

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Notes
Jirapon Carlson and Danielle Davis maintained the lead through the final round to win the Georgia Women's Team Championship. The 33rd edition of this competition was held at Barnsley Resort in Adairsville, September 17-18.

Carlson and Davis finished at 7-under-par 137 (72-65), giving them a five stroke victory. Gwen Young and Mary Riley earned runner-up honors at 2-under-par 142 (75-67). Betsy Butler and Bobbie Suttler finished third at 3-over-par 147 (75-72) to round out the Championship Flight.

In the Net Division, it was the duo of Charlotte Johnson and Marcia Suddeth who earned the win at 6-under-par 138 (66-72). Mara Bushee and Sandra Moody claimed top honors in the Net Flight 2 at even-par 144 (67-77). In the Net Flight 3, Fran Coody and Lori Soles combined for a 3-over-par 147 (69-78) for flight honors. Rounding out the Net Division was the tandem of Marianne Harris and Lynn Homer at 9-over-par 153 (69-84), who claimed the top spot in Net Flight 4.

Eligibility and Format
Open to two-person teams of female amateur golfers who have a maximum handicap differential of eight strokes; must be 18 years old as of the first day of the competition. Players may elect to compete in the Championship Gross Division or the Net Division; up to 10 teams will comprise the Championship Division. Round one will consist of 18 holes of four-ball gross stroke play for the Championship flight and four-ball net stroke play for remaining flights. Round two will be scramble format.

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