Results – 2017 Titleist Pro-Am

SUNDAY, September 3, 2017 at Mid Pines Golf Club the LPGA T&CP National Championship Titleist Pro-Am was held in Southern Pines, NC.

It was a perfect weather day with lots of golf.  Below are the results

1. Gail Graham / 58
2. Jamie Zimron / 59
3. Audrey Nelson / 59
4. Charlaine Hirst / 60

1. Cindy Miller / 55.2
2. Cathy Edelen / 56.4
3. Penny Dell / 57.5
4. Liz Cooper / 57.8

1. Jean Bartholomew /59

1. Christi Dorece / 56.9


CLOSEST TO THE PIN CONTEST presented by Barrington
Male: Rick Edelen
Female: Susie Watterson
LPGA Pro: Louise Ball

LONGEST DRIVE CONTEST presented by Titleist
Male: John Miller
Female: Yvonne Cox


2017 – 2018 LPGA Top 50 Teacher presented by Women’s Golf Journal


Inaugural List of the 50 Best LPGA Teachers as Ranked by Women’s Golf Journal

Top instructors recognize
d from more than 1,700 LPGA certified professionals worldwide

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., August 28, 2017 – The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Teaching and Club Professionals (T&CP) membership announced today the launch of an annual recognition of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional’s Top 50 LPGA Teachers, presented in partnership with Women’s Golf Journal. This new initiative will identify and recognize the best LPGA instructors from more than 1,700 LPGA certified professionals worldwide.

All LPGA Class A Members in good standing who meet the eligibility requirements were invited to apply. An independent golf industry selection committee reviewed eligible applications and identified the LPGA Top 50 Teachers, utilizing a weighted points formula.

“The LPGA is excited to partner with Women’s Golf Journal on this annual recognition,” said LPGA Chief Teaching Officer, Nancy Henderson. “More than 70 percent of our members teach the game of golf for a living and they are dedicated to the advancement of golf through teaching golfers of all ages and abilities to enjoy the game of golf.”

LPGA professionals are uniquely trained to teach the game of golf through a holistic approach to learning golf and performing on the golf course. This people-centered approach emphasizes the communication skills that allow the teacher/coach to develop relationships built on respect and relevance. The heart of the LPGA curriculum for its members is the LPGA Integrated Performance System. This framework for the teacher and golfer addresses the physical characteristics of golfers, their motivation and goals for their game, their equipment and motor learning and control concepts.

Women’s Golf Journal is an American national magazine dedicated to celebrating the lifestyle of golfing women everywhere.

“The depth of teaching expertise in the LPGA is astounding,” said Women’s Golf Journal Publisher Matthew Squire. “We’re honored to celebrate the teaching expertise of these coaches in Women’s Golf Journal, and are delighted that these incredible women are finally beginning to receive the recognition and the credit they so richly deserve.”

2017-2018 LPGA Top 50 Teacher list presented by Women’s Golf Journal

First Last Employer Hometown
Cheryl Anderson Mike Bender Golf Academy Heathrow, FL
Louise Ball Tennessee Golf Academy Knoxville, TN
Marvol Barnard Haven Golf Course Green Valley, AZ
Joy Bonhurst Blue Mash Golf Course Kensington, MD
Lori Brock Stadium Golf Center San Diego, CA
Oneda Castillo Women In Golf Foundation Fayetteville, GA
Hyunjee Chun Tee Golf Studio Seoul, Korea
Mary-Lee Cobick Golf Professional Services, Inc. West Palm Beach, FL
Julie Cole Dana Rader Golf School Charlotte, NC
Liz Cooper Army Navy Country Club Woodbridge, VA
Debbie Crews Arizona State University Mesa, AZ
Jennifer Cully The School of Positive Golf, LLC St. Petersburg, FL
Alison Curdt Wood Ranch Golf Club Woodland Hills, CA
Nicole Damarjian Willow Brook Golf Course Colchester, CT
Karen Davies Pinnacle Peak Country Club Carefree, AZ
Marie Claire DeBortoli Club Med Sandpiper Port St. Lucie, FL
Becky Dengler Ed Oliver Golf Club Wilmington, DE
Krista Dunton Berkeley Hall Club Hilton Head Island, SC
Tiffany Faucette 1757 Golf Club Ashburn, VA
Jamie Fischer Conway Farms GC Lake Forest, IL
Kathy Gook Quesnel Golf Club Quesnel, Canada
Anne Marie Goslak Oak Valley Golf Club Winston-Salem, NC
Peggy Gustafson PeggyGolf Phoenix, AZ
Sheri Hayes Sheri Hayes Golf Performance San Diego, CA
Marjorie Jones Chelsea Piers Orlando, FL
Elena King CommonGround Golf Course Centennial, CO
Sandy LaBauve Westin Kierland Resort GC Scottsdale, AZ
Patti Marquis Fossil Trace Evergreen, CO
Lynn Marriott VISION54 Scottsdale, AZ
Kay McMahon eduKaytion golf Canaan, NY
Cindy Miller Cindy Miller Golf Williamsville, NY
Debbie O’Connell Golf Positive, LLC Upper Saddle River, NJ
Megan Padua Maidstone Club Bluffton, SC
Karen Palacios-Jansen Swing Blade Enterprises, Inc Mooresville, NC
Maria Palozola Big Bend Golf Center Manchester, MO
Gale Peterson Sea Island Golf Club St. Simons Island, GA
Sue Powers Pelican Pointe Country Club Venice, FL
Carol Preisinger The Kiawah Island Club Johns Island, SC
Nancy Quarcelino Nancy Quarcelino School of Golf Franklin, TN
Rita Reasons Nancy Quarcelino School of Golf Franklin, TN
Cindy Reeves Century Country Club Bedford, NY
Trillium Rose Woodmont Country Club Washington DC
Kellie Stenzel Palm Beach Country Club Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Annette Thompson BallenIsles Country Club Jupiter, FL
Tina Tombs Arizona Biltmore Golf Club Phoenix, AZ
Deb Vangellow Riverbend Country Club Sugar Land, TX
Nicole Weller The Landings Club Savannah, GA
Suzy Whaley Suzy Whaley Golf Cromwell, CT
Kathy Hart Wood Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club Califon, NJ
Teresa Zamboni Nancy Lopez Golf Adventures Port Orange, FL

Women’s Golf Journal – Life in Play

WGJ is the only nationwide magazine for the millions of golfing women in America. The first issue of WGJ was released in Fall 2015 to great acclaim, filling a void for millions of sophisticated and active, golf-engaged women. WGJ’s editorial combination of travel, fitness, fashion, finance and family content, embellished by female orientated golf editorial, has proven a winning formula. For more information, log onto

About the LPGA T&CP

The LPGA Teaching and Club Professional (T&CP) membership, founded in 1959 as an outgrowth of the LPGA Tour, boasts the largest membership of women golf professionals in the world. LPGA T&CP members are certified as golf instructors, coaches and business managers through a comprehensive curriculum designed to meet the changing needs of the golfing public.

More than 1,700 strong, LPGA T&CP members are dedicated to the advancement of golf and serve throughout the golf industry as head professionals, assistant professionals, teaching professionals, directors of golf, owners of golf schools and facilities, golf administrators, college and high school coaches and more.

LPGA T&CP members support the LPGA’s various grassroots programs that were created to involve women and youth in golf as well as contribute to the overall growth of the sport. These programs include LPGA-USGA Girls Golf, LPGA Tour Junior Clinics, the LPGA Lesson Zone presented by Volvik, and LPGA Golf Clinics for Women.

The LPGA is headquartered in Daytona Beach, Fla.  For more information, log onto

2017 LPGA National Pro-Am presented by Volvik – Final Results

The 2017 LPGA National Pro-Am presented by Volvik was held at the Gaylord Springs Golf Links in Nashville, TN  May 20 – 21, 2017.  Please click the link for the Final Results below.  NPA17 Pro-Am Winners and Prizes


LPGA Extravaganza presented by GolfZon

LAS VEGAS, NEV.  The LPGA Stroke Play concluded with a win in Championship Division by Alison Curdt with a two-day total of 146 (74-72) and Lori Atsedes wins the Senior DIvison with a two-day total of 152 (75-77).  Also, concluded the LPGA Pro-Am which Gail Graham’s Team won the Gross Prize and Patti Marquis’s Team won the Net Prize.  The LPGA Vegas Conference presented by GolfZon begins on Monday, October 31 for a great line up for the 1 1/2 day of speakers.

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LPGA Vegas Stroke Play


LAS VEGAS, NV. – At the Angel Park Golf Club, Alison Curdt of Simi Valley, CA leads the 2016 LPGA Vegas Stroke Play with a score of 74 with Kristen Samp of Lawrenceville, Kansas in second with a 75 in the Championship division.  With a 75,  Lori Atsedes of Goodyear, Ariz. and Gail Graham of Naples, FL are tied in the senior division.

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Donna White Receives Nancy Lopez Golf Achievement Award

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., September 15, 2016 – Donna White is the recipient of the 2016 Nancy Lopez Golf Achievement Award, which recognizes an LPGA professional who gives back to the game in the spirit of Nancy Lopez. whitedonna

The Nancy Lopez Golf Achievement Award was created in 2007 and is given to an LPGA professional who emulates qualities valued by Lopez: Leadership, Passion, Giving, and Approachability. Lopez is a 48-time LPGA Tour winner and four-time Rolex Player of the Year. She was inducted into the LPGA Tour and World Golf Halls of Fame in 1987 and captained the victorious 2005 US Solheim Cup Team.

White joined the LPGA Teaching & Club Professionals in 1997, and since then has served as an instructor at many national program, and served on multiple committees within the organization before ultimately becoming inducted into the LPGA T&CP Hall of Fame in 2014. Outside of the T&CP she has many other professional accomplishments within the LPGA such as the National Professional of the Year Award in 2008 and the Ellen Griffin Rolex Award in 2006. She has also been named as one of the Top 50 Best Female Teachers by Golf Digest and Golf for Women Magazine, as well as the Bellsouth/SEC Women’s Entrepreneur Award in 2000, the Samaritan Award for community service in 1988, and the Founder’s Cup award presented by Golf Digest for community efforts in 1987.

White’s professional golf career began in 1977 when she was an LPGA Tour Member and winner of three tour titles. Upon retiring from the Tour, she established her flagship business Golf Professional Services, Inc., an independently contracted concessionaire that provides golf merchandise, award-winning program development, instruction, food, and beverage services. It is around this time that White embodied the idea of giving back to her community through its junior programs, co-founding the Junior Golf Foundation of America (JGFA). Currently, White enjoys her “encore” career as a professor at Keiser University, where she inspires her students to pursue a career in the golf industry. White’s Leadership, Passion, Approachability, and desire to Give back to the golf industry as a whole demonstrates the qualities of Nancy Lopez and this award.

“Nancy Lopez is recognized as an unsung hero,” White said, “setting the stage for what women’s golf is today. [Lopez’s] personal and professional leadership, passion, giving, and approachability traits align with the values of the LPGA.  As professionals, we strive to be like Nancy, emulating those said traits and values.  I was grateful to be nominated for the 2016 Nancy Lopez Golf Achievement Award and elated to learn I will receive it!  To share an award in the namesake of an esteemed friend, competitor, and consummate professional with my business team and Keiser colleagues is truly an honor.”

About Nancy Lopez Golf

The Nancy Lopez Golf (NLG) line provides unprecedented choice to the woman golfer in the selection of golf equipment and apparel. The four-step NLG Match Play Process also provides selection in club configuration to best fit the game of each woman. Nancy Lopez Golf embodies the spirit and energy of women’s golf and of its namesake, Nancy Lopez, who captured the imagination of people everywhere with her remarkable playing career and the genuine warmth of her charm. For more information about Nancy Lopez Golf, visit

Pia Nilsson Receives Ellen Griffin Rolex Award

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., September 15, 2016Pia Nilsson, an Honorary member of the LPGA Teaching & Club Professionals, joins an elite group of her peers as a recipient of the 2016 Ellen Griffin Rolex Award.nilssonpia

The Ellen Griffin Rolex Award, instituted by the LPGA T&CP membership in 1989 to honor the late Ellen Griffin, recognizes an individual, male or female, who had made a major contribution to the teaching of golf and who emulates Griffin’s spirit, love, and dedication to students, teachers, teaching skills, and the game of golf. Griffin, who passed away in 1986, was one of the best-known women’s golf teaching professionals in American history.

Nilsson has been recognized as one of the best golf teachers in the United States, having been ranked #1 on the list of Women Golf Teachers in America by Golf Digest, awarded the Executive Women’s Golf Association Leadership Award in 2005, the 5-star professional award from the PGA of Europe in 2004, Inducted into the National College Coaches Association Player Hall of Fame in 2001, the King of Sweden’s Medal of the 8th dimension with Royal Blue Ribbon for Leadership in spots, among numerous other accomplishments including co-creating the equally successful Vision54 Golf Schools, which have been repeatedly named one of the best golf schools in America.

In addition to Nilsson’s accolades, she also served as the First Tee Programming and Curriculum Consultant from 1998 to 2005, was Senior Head Coach for the Swedish National Teams in 1999, was a member of the board of the Swedish Sports Academy from 1999 to 2000, Captain for the European Solheim Cup Team in 1998 and Vice-Captain in 1996, Member of the Board of the Swedish PGA from 1989 to 1992, Member of the Board of the Women’s Professional Golf European Tour from 1987 to 1988, served on the LPGA Player’s council from 1985 to 1986, and was an LPGA Tour Player from 1983 to 1987.

“I feel extremely honored to have received the 2016 Ellen Griffin Rolex Award and be part of an extraordinary group of game influencers,” Nilsson said. “It fuels my passion to stay on the journey to be the best I can be for the game and golfers around the globe.”

Currently, Nilsson works actively with LPGA T&CP Class A member Lynn Marriott on Vision54, a program which has enjoyed receiving the highest marks by peers of teacher/coach training. The program follows the belief that all players have the ability to potential to excel, a mindset that Nilsson embraces in her life and career as an educator.

Past recipients of the Ellen Griffin Rolex Award are: Peggy Kirk Bell, 1989; Linda Craft, 1990; Shirley Englehorn, 1991; Harvey Penick, 1992; Goldie Bateson, 1993; Carol Clark Johnson, 1994; Joanne Winter, 1995; Ann Casey Johnstone, 1996; Dr. DeDe Owens, 1997; Shirley Spork, 1998; Betty Hicks, 1999; Gary Wiren, 2000; Penny Zavichas, 2001; Annette Thompson, 2002; Dr. Barbara B. Smith, 2003; Marjorie Burns, 2004; Pat Lange, 2005; Donna White, 2006; Betsy Cullen, 2007; Lynn Marriott, 2008; Kay McMahon, 2009; Mary Beth McGirr, 2010, Dr. Debbie Crews, 2011; Dr. Betsy Clark, 2012; Kathy Murphy, 2013, Kerry Graham, 2014; and Dana Rader in 2015.

About Rolex

Rolex is the official timepiece of the LPGA and sponsors of many of the LPGA’s annual awards, including the Ellen Griffin Rolex Award, Rolex Player of the Year and Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year awards. Rolex honors the LPGA Tour’s Rolex First-Time Winners and is a supporting sponsor of the annual LPGA T&CP National Championship. At tournament sites, Rolex has a presence by providing the official time at selected tournaments and advertises in many event programs.

Final Results – 2016 LPGA T&CP National Championship


Reunion Resort
Kissimmee, Florida
Final-Round Notes
August 31, 2016

Lisa Grimes Wins LPGA T&CP National Championship
Susan Fasoldt wins Challenge Division, Lori Atsedes claims Senior Division title

Lisa Grimes (Alexandria, Minn.), needed only a 1-under par 71 to claim her first LPGA T&CP National Champi­onship at Reunion Resort in Kissimmee, Fla. Grimes finished five shots clear PGA Professional Karen Paolozzi (Atlanta, Ga.). Her three-day total of 8-under par 208 gave the former LPGA Tour member the win after several close calls in previous event and the $11,000 winner’s check.

Four-time winner, Jean Bartholomew (Palm Beach gardens, Fl.) and Kristin Walla (Newport Beach, Ca.) finished tied for third with a three- day total of 1-under par 215.


Player                                      R1       R2      R3              To Par                             Purse

Lisa Grimes                            68        69       71                    -8                                 $11,000
Karen Paolozzi                       69        70       74                   -3                                 $ 8,000
Jean Bartholomew                70        75       70                   -1                                 $ 5,250
Kristin Walla                          73        73       69                    -1                                 $ 5,250


The top-8 finishers in the Championship Division all earned spots in the 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club:

Lisa Grimes                            (Alexandria, Minn.)
Karen Paolozzi                        (Atlanta, Ga.)
Jean Bartholomew                  (Palm Beach gardens, Fl.)
Kristin Walla                            (Newport Beach, Ca.)
Jessica Carafiello                    (Stamford, Ct.)
Hillery Sence                           (Maryland Heights, Mo.)
Amanda McCurdy                   (Mansfield, Tx.)
Wendy Doolan                        (Lakeland, Fl.)


Susan Fasoldt ((Sarasota, Fl.) came into this week at Reunion Resort trying not to think about her title defense in the Challenge Divi­sion but rounds of 72-67-71 on the Palmer Course got the job done however it took a two-hole playoff to do it.

Fasoldt birdied the second hole of the playoff to edge first-round leader Charlaine Hirst (Pinehurst, NC.).  Hirst tied Fasoldt with a 3-under par 69 for a three-day total of 6-under par 210.

“No it really wasn’t on my mind,” said Fasoldt. “I wasn’t trying to win; I thought that would be too much pressure.” She took home $6,000 for her victory.


Player                                      R1       R2       R3               To Par                             Purse

Susan Fasoldt                         72        67        71                 -6                              $6,000
Charlaine Hirst                      68        74        69                 -6                             $4,000
Teresa Ishiguro                      72        72        72                 +2                             $3,000


In the Senior Division, Lori Atsedes (Goodyear, Az.) shot a 4-under par 68 to tie third round leader Barbara Scherbak (West Palm Beach, FL).  Atsedes won the playoff with a par on the first playoff hole.  This was Atsedes first win in the Senior Division which earned her $7,000.

Both Scherbak and Meyers finished with a final round 1-over par 73 which open the door for Atsedes.


Player                          R1       R2       R3              To Par                                          Purse

Lori Atsedes                76        69        68               -3                                             $7,000
Barb Scherbak            72        68        73                -3                                             $5,000
Carolyn Hill                 72        72        70               -2                                             $3,500
Susie Meyers              68        74        73                 -1                                             $3,000

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Second Round Notes – 2016 LPGA T&CP National Championship


Reunion Resort
Kissimmee, Florida
Second-Round Notes
August 30, 2016

The second round of the LPGA T&CP National Championship concluded on Tuesday with former LPGA Tour member Lisa Grimes (Alexandria, Minn.) sitting atop of the Championship Division leaderboard at 7-under par 137. Grimes matched the low round of the day with a 3-under par score of 69 and holds a two-shot lead over PGA Professional Karen Paolozzi (Atlanta, Ga.) who fired a 2-under par 70 today.

Amanda McCurdy (Mansfield, TX.) tied Grimes for the low round of the day both posting rounds of 3-under 69. McCurdy finished strong with a birdie on three of her last 5 holes.

The 36-hole cut was made with 35 players making it in the Championship Division (15-over 159), 22 players in the Senior Division (18-over 162) and 14 players in the Challenge Division (13-over 157).

Player                              R1 R2 R3 To Par
Lisa Grimes                   68 69 – –     -7
Karen Paolozzi              69 70 – –    -5
Jessica Carafiello          71 72 – –    -1
Jean Bartholomew       70 75 – – +1
Hillery Sence                 73 72 – – +1

It almost looked to be de ja vu from last year’s Championship after Tuesday’s second round with Lisa Grimes and Karen Paolozzi battling it out. The duo has a 6 and 4 stroke lead over third place finisher Jessica Carafiello. Grimes has come close to winning this event on numerous occasions and should Paolozzi win she would be the first PGA Professional to take the title.

The top-eight finishers in the Championship Division after three rounds will earn spots in the 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

Defending Champion, Susan Fasoldt (Sarasota, FL.) moved to the top of the leaderboard with the lowest round of the Championship. Fasoldt shot a 5-under par 67 to take a two stroke lead over first-round leader Charlaine Hirst (Pinehurst, NC.). Hirst followed her opening round 68 with a 2-over par 74 today.

“I really felt relaxed today,” said Fasoldt. “Consistency was definitely key to my round.” Her round included 5 birdies and no bogies.

Player                       R1 R2 R3 To Par
Susan Fasoldt        72 67 – – -5
Charlaine Hirst     68 74 – – -4
Teresa Ishiguro     72 72 – – +2

In the Senior Division, Barbara Scherbak (West Palm Beach, FL) vaulted past first round leader Susie Meyers (Tucson, AZ.) with a 4-under 68 and sits atop the division leaderboard with a two shot lead. Scherbek hit every green during her round which included 5 birdies and one bogey. This is Scherbak’s second time competing in the Championship and first time competing in the Senior Division.

Meyers played well today other than one bad hole, a triple bogey on the short 7th hole which contributed to her 2-over par 74. This is Meyers first time playing as an LPGA member. Meyers competed last year as a PGA Member. “As a dual LPGA/PGA member, I am proud to be competing in this club pro championship,” commented Meyers. Meyers credits her improved play to her ability to stay in the present and take each shot one at a time.

Player                        R1 R2 R3 To Par
Barb Scherbak        72 68 – – -4
Susie Meyers          68 74 – – -2
Ann Marie Palli     71 73 – – E
Carolyn Hill          72 72 – – E

• First tee times will be at 7:30am ET
• Play is expected to finish at 2:00 pm ET

There are 5-players under par after two days of play. Three in the Championship Division and two in the Challenge and Senior Divisions

“I made a 25-foot putt on hole #4 today that had 3 feet of break. It was my best putt of the day and was really like a 28-foot putt.”
Susan Fasoldt – Challenge Division Defending Champion – Sarasota, FL





First Round Notes – 2016 LPGA T&CP National Championship


 Reunion Resort
Kissimmee, Florida
First-Round Notes
August 29, 2016


The first round of the LPGA T&CP National Championship kicked-off on the Palmer Course at Reunion Resort in Kissimmee, Fla. on Monday and competitors were welcomed by high temperatures and typical afternoon summer storms. Play was suspended for nearly three hours in the afternoon due to dangerous weather in the area.  Play will resume at 7:30am tomorrow with 8 groups left to finish their first.

Lisa Grimes (Alexandria, MN) currently leads the field with a 4-under par 68. PGA Professional Karen Paolozzi (Atlanta, Ga.) shot a 3-under 69 and four-time winner of this Championship Jean Bartholomew is two shots behind with a score of 70 for the first round.

The top-eight finishers in the Championship Division after three rounds will earn spots in the 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.


Player                                      R1       R2      R3              To Par

Lisa Grimes                            68        – –        – –           -4

Karen Paolozzi                       69        – –        – –           -3

Jean Bartholomew                70        – –         – –         -2

Jessica Carafiello                    71        – –         – –           -1


The 20 competitors in the Challenge Division were glad to get their rounds in on Monday before storms moved in for a second time at Reunion Resort but windy morning conditions proved tough for the field. First-round leader Charlaine Hirst (Pinehurst, NC.) finished with a 4-under 68 and leads defending Champion, Susan Fasoldt (Sarasota, FL.) and Teresa Ishiguro (Ione, CA.) by four shots.

Hirst, said she had to push through the final stretch to complete her round which included 6 birdies. Consistency was key to her round as Hirst hit every fairway and all but four greens.

Fasoldt on the other hand got off to a slow start as she was three over after her first three holes. From that point however, she birdied 3 out of the 4 par three’s and finished strong with a birdie on her final hole.


Player                                      R1       R2       R3               To Par

Charlaine Hirst                        68        – –         – –          -4

Susan Fasoldt                         72        – –         – –              E

Teresa Ishiguro                       72        – –         – –             E

Teresa Zamboni                      74        – –         – –           +2

Liz Cooper                              74        – –         – –              +2

Tina Tombs                             74        – –         – –             +2


In the Senior Division, Susie Meyers (Tucson, AZ.) grabbed the first-round lead after posting a 4-under 68 and sits atop the division leaderboard three strokes ahead of Ann Marie Palli (Scottsdale, AZ.) who was the only other player under par at 71.

Three-time winner and defending Champion, Carolyn Hill (St. Petersburg, FL), Janis Kleiman (McCordsville, IN) and Barb Scherbak (West Palm Beach, FL.) all shot respective rounds of even par 72 and are 4 strokes behind Meyers.

Meyers is no stranger to strong starts in this Championship. She said the day was a straight for­ward round and was able to convert on her birdie chances. Meyers had 7 birdies including a stretch of 4 in a row on holes 13 through 16.


Player                          R1       R2       R3              To Par

Susie Meyers              68        – –         – –           -4

Ann Marie Palli           71        – –         – –          -1

Carolyn Hill                 72        – –        – –            E

Janis Kleiman             72        – –         – –            E

Barb Scherbak            72        – –         – –            E


  • First wave tees off at 8:00am ET – (30-minute delay)
  •  Second wave tees off at 11:30am ET


“I waited three hours to make my final par putt of the day.”

Barb Scherbak on the rain delay at the National Championship

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