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
After round one of the Georgia Women's Team Championship, it's the duo of Jirapon Carlson and Danielle Davis who hold the lead at even-par 72. The 33rd edition of this competition is taking place at Barnsley Resort in Adairsville, September 17-18.

The two other teams in the Championship Flight posted rounds of 3-over-par 75, including Betsy Butler/Bobbie Suttler and Gwen Young/Mary Riley.

In the Net Flight One division it's Charlotte Johnson and Marcia Suddeth leading the way at 6-under-par 66. Two teams share the lead in Net Flight Two, including Mara Bushee/Sandra Moody and Becky Carlson/Linda Nicholson, at 5-under-par 67. The Net Flight Three lead is being held by Lynn Mitchell and Phyllis Cox at 4-under-par 68. Marianne Harris and Lynn Homer posted a 3-under-par 69 to lead the Net Flight Four.

The final round gets underway on Tuesday with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m.

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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