November 10, 2022

2022 NCGA Women's Four-Ball Championship

NCGA Women's Four-Ball

 

Championship Info/Pairings/Results 

 

Nov. 15, 2022

 

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The team of Lara Tennant and Joy Robinson took the Gross title, carding a final-round 2-under 69 to finish the 36-hole event with a two-day total of 3-under 139. Both Tennant and Robinson are members at Monterey Peninsula Country Club.

Second place went to the team of Pam Fadel and Holly Bare at 145 after a final round 68. Third place went to the tandem of Lynne Cowan and Erin Capps at 150. 

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The team of Lisa Mizono and Brigitta Bloyer won the title in dramatic fashion, winning the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to defeat the runner-up tandem of Suna Bohn and Diane Sanderson. Both teams finished regulation tied at 131. Third place went to the team of Mary Kelly and Shelly Broumas. 

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Kelly Simpson and Christina Browning won the title, posting a final round score of 68 to come in at 6-under 136. Second place went to the team of Sara Mitchell and Rhonda Mohr at 138. Third place was won by the team of Nanci Smith and Karen Zamarripa. 

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The team of Meg Thompson and Patricia Van Kirk earned the win, carding a final round 70 to finish with a total of 139. The second place team was Shelly Hanak and Tina Ficker at 139. Third place went to the team of Karen French and Kathy Schilperoort at 139.  

Second Round Photo Gallery Here 

 

Nov. 14, 2022

Monterey Peninsula Country Club members Lara Tennant and Joy Robinson took the early lead in the Gross division, posting an opening round score of 1-under 70 at Poppy Hills.

The two combined for three birdies and an eagle to offset two bogeys and a double-bogey.

The team of 2022 NCGA Senior Women's Player of the Year Lynne Cowan and Erin Capps is in second place at 75. 

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The team of Suna Bohn and Diane Sanderson came out on fire, posting a first-round score of 10-under 61. In second place at 65 are the teams of Mary Kelly and Shelly Broumas and Linda Steiner and Marlene Ray. 

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The team of Nanci Smith and Karen Zamarripa took the early lead, posting a score of 5-under 66. Three teams are just two shots off the pace. 

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There's a tie at the top, as the teams of Karen French and Kathy Schilperoort and Meg Thompson and Patricia Van Kirk both came in with matching first-round scores of 4-under par 67. 

 

First-Round Photo Gallery