Final Round Summary – 2017 LPGA T&CP Team Championship

Place Golfer Name Rd 1 Rd 2 Total Purse
(per Team)
1 Dormann, Dana 67 59 126* $6,000
Hurst, Pat
2 Bartholomew, Jean 65 61 126* $5,000
Neumann, Liselotte
3 Bonhurst, Joy 70 58 128 $4,000
Grimes, Lisa
4 Ferguson, Stefanie 69 60 129 $3,000
Andonian-Smith, S.
T5 Umeck, Gina 71 59 130 $2,250
Curdt, Alison
T5 Johnston-Forbes, C. 71 59 130 $2,250
Palli, Anne-Marie
7 DePaulo, Lisa 69 62 131 $1,500
Alcott, Amy
8 Hennessy, Julie 70 62 132 $1,200
Jones, Marjorie
9 Jacobs, Mary 71 62 133 $1,000
Walla, Kristin
T10 Samp, Kristen 71 63 134 $ 850
Atsedes, Lori
T10 Cusimano, Dede 70 64 134 $ 850
Brower, Laurie
12 Finney, Allison 73 62 135 $ 700
Drew, Heather
T13 Preisinger, Carol 74 62 136 $ 550
Tombs, Tina
T13 Folquet, Malia 68 68 136 $ 550
Imrie, Kathryn
T15 Gustafson, Peggy 71 66 137 $134
Teno, Christa
T15 Cully, Jennifer 72 65 137 $134
Bozarth, Marci
T15 Salmon, Bobbi 75 62 137
Palmer, Sandra
18 Rule, Shelly 74 64 138
Fischer, Jamie
T19 Hill, Carolyn 72 67 139
Austin, Sally
T19 Davis, Marlene 72 67 139
Tyler, Laura
Place Golfer Name Rd 1 Rd 2 Total Purse
           
T21 Hanley, Shannon 75 65 140
Zamprelli, Debbie
T21 Kirsch, Peggy 74 66 140
Edelen, Cathy
T23 Bates, Dana 75 66 141
Lawrence, Mary
T23 Quayle, Jessica 74 67 141
Heinmert, Rebecka
T23 Holt, Jennifer 76 65 141
Lehmann Vatcher, C.
26 Spooner, Kelley 75 67 142
Ishiguro, Teresa
T27 King, Elena 76 67 143
Ritchie, Mary
T27 Davis, Beverley 73 70 143
Nevatt, Linda
T29 Milord, Rio 79 65 144
Nelson, Audrey
T29 Gatherum, Carol 74 70 144
Furst, Judy
T31 Quinn, Christie 76 69 145
Young, Loretta
T31 Bradley, Rebecca 76 69 145
King, Debby
T31 Schindler, Kiernan 80 65 145
Palacios-Jansen, K.
34 Zamboni, Teresa 76 70 146
Henderson, Nancy
35 Clark, Kerri 77 70 147
Arnold-Langley, Keri
36 Graham, Gail 81 70 151
Moore, Mindy
37 Eckes, Dixie 81 71 152
Szekely, Erin
T38 Marquis, Patti 80 74 154
Dunphy, Karyn
T38 Lynd, Julie 87 67 154
Chamberlain, Marge
T40 Coleman, Kimberly 80 77 157
Kern, Jennifer
T40 McCammon, Cherie 79 78 157
Hillyard, Laurie
42 Rundell, Rachelle 83 75 158
Jeffries, Nicola
43 Ekfeldt, An Marie 94 69 163
Katsumata, Mie

 

 

* One Hole Sudden Death Playoff – Dormann/Hurst won

 

 

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First Round Summary – 2017 LPGA T&CP National Team Championship

Monday, December 4, 2017: Great start to the 2017 LPGA T&CP National Team Championship…  Leaders in the Clubhouse are the Team of Jean Bartholomew and Liselotte Neumann with a round of 65.

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Below is the complete First Round Summary:

Place Name

Front

Back

Total

1 Bartholomew, Jean

33

32

65

  Neumann, Liselotte      
2 Dormann, Dana

33

34

67

  Hurst, Pat      
3 Folquet, Malia

34

34

68

  Imrie, Kathryn      
T4 Ferguson, Stefanie

35

34

69

  Andonian-Smith, S.      
T4 DePaulo, Lisa

35

34

69

  Alcott, Amy      
T6 Cusimano, Dede

35

35

70

  Brower, Laurie      
T6 Hennessy, Julie

37

33

70

  Jones, Marjorie      
T6 Bonhurst, Joy

36

34

70

  Grimes, Lisa      
T9 Samp, Kristen

35

36

71

  Atsedes, Lori      
T9 Umeck, Gina

36

35

71

  Curdt, Alison      
T9 Gustafson, Peggy

37

34

71

  Teno, Christa      
T9 Johnston-Forbes, C.

37

34

71

  Palli, Anne-Marie      
T9 Jacobs, Mary

36

35

71

  Walla, Kristin      
T14 Hill, Carolyn

36

36

72

  Austin, Sally      
T14 Davis, Marlene

37

35

72

  Tyler, Laura      
T14 Cully, Jennifer

36

36

72

  Bozarth, Marci      
T17 Finney, Allison

36

37

73

  Drew, Heather      
T17 Davis, Beverley

37

36

73

  Nevatt, Linda      
T19 Rule, Shelly

37

37

74

  Fischer, Jamie      
T19 Preisinger, Carol

38

36

74

  Tombs, Tina      
T19 Quayle, Jessica

37

37

74

  Heinmert, Rebecka      
T19 Gatherum, Carol

38

36

74

  Furst, Judy      
T19 Kirsch, Peggy

36

38

74

  Edelen, Cathy      
T24 Bates, Dana

39

36

75

  Lawrence, Mary      
T24 Hanley, Shannon

39

36

75

  Zamprelli, Debbie      
T24 Spooner, Kelley

38

37

75

  Ishiguro, Teresa      
T24 Salmon, Bobbi

38

37

75

  Palmer, Sandra      
T28 Holt, Jennifer

38

38

76

  Lehmann Vatcher, C.      
T28 Quinn, Christie

38

38

76

  Young, Loretta      
T28 Zamboni, Teresa

37

39

76

  Henderson, Nancy      
T28 Bradley, Rebecca

39

37

76

  King, Debby      
T28 King, Elena

38

38

76

  Ritchie, Mary      
33 Clark, Kerri

42

35

77

  Arnold-Langley, Keri      
T34 Milord, Rio

42

37

79

  Nelson, Audrey      
T34 McCammon, Cherie

41

38

79

  Hillyard, Laurie      
T36 Marquis, Patti

39

41

80

  Dunphy, Karyn      
T36 Schindler, Kiernan

41

39

80

  Palacios-Jansen, K.      
T36 Coleman, Kimberly

40

40

80

  Kern, Jennifer      
T39 Graham, Gail

43

38

81

  Moore, Mindy      
T39 Eckes, Dixie

40

41

81

  Szekely, Erin      
41 Rundell, Rachelle

41

42

83

  Jeffries, Nicola      
42 Lynd, Julie

45

42

87

  Chamberlain, Marge      
43 Ekfeldt, An Marie

43

51

94

  Katsumata, Mie    

Pro-Am Results – 2017 LPGA T&CP National Team Championship presented by Volvik

Sunday, December 3, 2017: Palm Desert, CA – Beautiful Day at Palm Valley Country Club in Palm Desert, CA for the Pro-Am of the 2017 LPGA T&CP National Team Championship presented by Volvik.

Thank you to all the Amateurs and LPGA Professionals to support this event.

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Women in Golf Wednesday!

Name: Camille Surdi

Where you live?

St. Petersburg, Florida

Where you work & what you do?

Chi Chi Rodriguez Golf and Sports Complex

How long have you been an LPGA member?

Joined in 1987 and became Class A in 1992

How was the process of becoming a member for you?

The membership process was very rewarding. I was late to the game of golf, and my mentors at the time gave me great leadership to guide me.

What does it mean to be an LPGA member to you?

Everything! To be an accredited member of an organization that promotes a woman’s sport is a dream come true.

What is the best part about the membership for you?

The best part of membership is simply being able to use my skills as a communicator to help golfers improve and grow the game. The best part about the internal membership of the T&CP is the camaraderie and respect we have for one another.

What advice would you give someone just starting the program or thinking about starting?

I would tell them to Just Do It! The rewards they will receive from whatever career path they take using the organization will be amazing. I took a leap of faith when I joined and 30 years later I’m still going strong!

Special Thanks:

I would just like to say thank you to all the women that are not only in the T&CP, but on the Tour as well. We as women have the tools to be the best women’s sports organization worldwide! I am proud to be a part of that!

Meet Susie Myers

Susie Meyers LPGA, PGA has been coaching at Ventana Canyon Golf and Racquet Club in Tucson, Arizona for over 20 years. In that time she has coached players to the LPGA and PGA Tours. Susie loves coaching people of all ages and skill levels. She has assisted many of the club pros in her area and also the young golfers that rise through the junior ranks. Susie’s son now plays golf at Stanford University and there have been countless others that have gone on to play collegiate golf. Recently Golf Magazine selected Susie as a Top 100 Teacher in America and she has been honored by the University of Arizona as a Silver Anniversary C.A.T.S. Award winner. Susie just published her first book, Golf From Point A. The testimonials about her book can be found on Amazon. Check it out. The reviews have been awesome! Thanks Susie for sharing your story.

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Women in Golf Wednesday! – Gennifer Garvin

Women in Golf Wednesday 11-22Name: Gennifer Garvin

Where you live?

Stuart, FL

Where you work & what you do?

I work for The First Tee of The Treasure Coast and am their Director of Operations. Meaning I oversee all areas of operations, programming, coaches, volunteers, budgets, fundraising, and report these back to our parent chapter The First Tee of the Palm Beaches

How long have you been an LPGA member?

I started my track in September of 2011 when I passed my PAT at LPGA International in Daytona.

How was the process of becoming a member for you?

I just recently became a Class A member this summer, so it took me about 6 years to complete the process. All along the way, I learned and grew as a professional with the instruction I received at the national trainings, and even more so from the amount of networking with other professionals made possible by the commitment and care of each LPGA member. I was encouraged by an LPGA member to begin the process in 2011 and can honestly say I was continually encouraged along the way, I am not sure I would have completed if not for the persistence of my peers. 🙂

What does it mean to be an LPGA member to you?

It means I am part of a strong network of professional ladies who are serious about their passion to help others. LPGA T&CP is committed to student focused teaching and excels in teaching teachers. I am proud that being an LPGA member means I am trained to introduce and grow the game because I can help any golfer improve and have more fun.

What is the best part about the membership for you?

I work in the sector of junior golf, so for me the best part is our mission of growing the game for young ladies through LPGA*USGA Girls Golf. This organization is a perfect partner because girls really do excel and love the game more when we provide them opportunities to play and learn together.

What advice would you give someone just starting the program or thinking about starting?

Keep at it and reach out to those around you for help! As I mentioned, everyone is so willing to help and their insights and lessons they’ve learned throughout their career is icing on the cake to your LPGA book work. Also, take your time; each “assignment” is carefully designed to make you a better teacher, and they will if you take your time to assess your current ability and make improvements along the way.