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Results: Carolinas Cup Tourney

 

Ladies' Four-Ball Play Day Results
Carolinas Cup at Pinehurst Resort (No. 1)

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. (December 12, 2016) -- Final results from the Ladies' Carolinas Cup Tournament hosted by Pinehurst Resort (No. 1) in Pinehurst, N.C. on Sunday, December 11, 2016.

80 ladies competed in the year-end Carolinas Cup Tournament of the  Ladies' Four-Ball Play Day series. The Carolinas Cup, determined by the Race to the Carolinas Cup standings through the regular season, was awarded to Kathy DeVore of High Point, N.C. (above)

Ladies' Four-Ball play days are 18 holes of four-ball stroke play, prizes given for gross and net. The field is divided into divisions based on tee preference and flighted based on team Handicap Index®.

The Carolinas Cup Tournament was the final event of the Race to the Carolinas Cup, a season-long points competition based on finish and participation in Ladies' Four-Ball Play Days. The 2017 season starts in January at Kiawah Island Resort.

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Ladies' Carolinas Cup Tournament
Pinehurst Resort (No. 1)
Pinehurst, N.C.
December 11, 2016
 
Results

  Division A        
Place Team   Team Gross Team Net
1st Gross Stewart, Angela / Brogden, Pat   74   73
1st Net DeVore, Katherine / Zvarich, Betty   76   68
  Koh, Charlotte / Wang, June   77   70
  Shore, Julie / Bomkamp, Lisa   79   68
  Miller, Ann / Gallagher, Robin   82   74
           
  Division B - First Flight        
Place Team   Team Gross   Team Net
1st Gross Roloff, Lynn / Yang, Sook Hee   70   65
1st Net Robbins, Jean / Jones, Chris   78   68
2nd Gross Lewallen, Olivia / Teague, Lori   77   68
2nd Net Edmunds, Jackie / Malone, Maria   80   68
3rd Net Williams, Joni / Brown, Clara   80   69
  St. Peter, Therese / Lee, June   78   71
  Montgomery, Bonnie / Andia, Carmen   81   71
  Blanchard, Karen / Meihaus, Ginny   83   69
  Buck, Maureen / Leonard, Debbie   84   72
  Hall, Peggy / Cassels, Beverly   87   75
  Canals, Shelly / McGill, Linda   90   75
           
  Division B - Second Flight        
Place Team   Team Gross   Team Net
1st Gross Johnson, Torey / Stewart, Janice   72   67
1st Net Tolve, Chris / Reardon, Kay   86   66
2nd Gross Hensenne, Linda / Milne, Judy   83   66
2nd Net Gauntlett, Sally / Christianson, Julie   89   68
3rd Net Gill, Donna / Baker, Cindy   87   68
  Fogel, Kate / Reynolds, Kathy   86   70
  Farthing, Sara / Gooch, Christie   86   71
  Roberts, Rita / Camp, Patty   88   72
  Hann, Roni / Parr, Becky   88   73
  Smith, Sharon / Falls, Cristeen   91   71
  Nichols, Mason / Malouf, Rebecca   95   74
  Dube, Dorothy / Sorvari, Kc   103   80
           
  Division B - Thrid Flight        
Place Team   Team Gross   Team Net
1st Gross Hurst, Amy / Brazeau, Pamela   82   59
1st Net Loveland, Kelly / Gamber, Robin   87   62
2nd Gross Wallen, Claudie / Beshlin, Tammy   86   63
2nd Net Symborsky, Joanne / Berry, Barbara   90   65
3rd Net Lands, Cheryl / Shlafer, Garnett   91   67
  Sasser, Jean / Musser, Betty   94   68
  Hampton, Jean / Beck, Debby   95   73
  Fowler, Benjie / Wade, Faye   95   73
  Watterworth, Susan / Jones, Leila   103   71
  Blunda, Pat / McLane, Nancy   105   77
  Vincent, Ellen / Gill, Phyllis   106   79

 

About the Race to the Carolinas Cup

The Race to the Carolinas Cup is a new Carolinas Golf Association women’s golf program in 2016. Much like the LPGA Tour’s Race to the CME Globe or the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup, the Race to the Carolinas Cup is a season-long points competition in which players accumulate points based on team finish and participation in CGA Ladies’ Four-Ball Play Days.

Four-Ball Play Days are also new in 2016. The play day season will consist of at least 12 ladies-only four-ball (better ball) competitions that will be conducted at member clubs across North and South Carolina. Play Days are designed for players of all skill levels and abilities. These events are flighted by team Handicap Index and include gross and net prizes. Players have the option to play in two divisions at different yardages (one of which is always the most forward tees on the golf course). Most events will be a shotgun start and all events will include lunch. The schedule of Ladies’ Four-Ball Play Days starts in March at Croasdaile Country Club (Durham, N.C.) and will culminate in the invitational Carolinas Cup Tournament in December at Pinehurst Resort and Country Club (Pinehurst, N.C.).

Every team at every Four-Ball Play Day will earn points in the Race to the Carolinas Cup based on their gross or net finish in their respective flight. Each team will also receive participation points. Team points will be split between players to apply to each player’s individual standing in the Race to the Carolinas Cup. Players may play with any partner in any of the play days and earn points toward her individual standing. At the end of the Race to the Carolinas Cup regular season, the player with the most points will be named the inaugural Race to the Carolinas Cup champion. This award will be given at the year-end Carolinas Cup Tournament. Players in the Top 100 of the Race to the Carolinas Cup standings, as well as each gross and net flight winner at every Four-Ball Play Day, will be invited to participate in the Carolinas Cup Tournament at Pinehurst Resort and Country Club (No. 1). Players may compete with any partner that is also eligible for the tournament. The Carolinas Cup Tournament will be held on December 11, 2016 and will include a banquet and luncheon to celebrate the Race to the Carolinas Cup Champion as well as the Carolinas Cup Tournament winners.

More Information about the Race to the Carolinas Cup

About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA)

The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.

The CGA annually conducts 43 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 140 One-Day (net and gross) events and qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls' Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed more than $1,500,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas' golf initiatives including junior and women's programs.    

For more information about the CGA, visit our website.

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