June 22, 2022

2022 NCGA Women's Net Amateur

 

Championship Info/Pairings/Results 

 

 

July 2, 2022

 

Big Sur Flight

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Kelly Simpson won first place, carding a final round 1-over 72 to come in with a 36-hole total of 4-over 146. Michiko Shoji and Debra Bake finished tied for second at 151 after final rounds of 71 and 75, respectively. Shoji earned second place in a card-off. 

Golden Gate Flight

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San Jose resident Lacey Keating took the title, carding a final round 3-over 74 to finish at 3-over 145. Second place went to Miok Kim at 147 after a final round 74. Mary Kelly was third at 150. 

Yosemite Flight

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San Martin resident Alicia Meiners took home the title, shooting a final round 3-over 74 to come in at 3-over 145. Cytnhia Grazier and Beverly Wooley finished tied for second at 150 after final rounds of 77 and 75, respectively. Wooley earned second place in an ensuing card-off. 

Photo Gallery Here

 

July 1, 2022

 

Big Sur Flight

Himali Ghale took the early lead, posting a score of 2-over 73 at Poppy Hills. In second place at 74 are both Young-Ah Dutton and Kelly Simpson.

Golden Gate Flight

It's tight at the top, as both Lacey Keating and Rosie Frampton opened with first round leading scores of even-par 71. Miok Kim is alone in third place at 73. 

Yosemite Flight

Alicia Meiners is the player to chase after the San Martin resident opened with a score of even-par 71. Cynthia Grazier is in second place at 73. 

 

First Round Photo Gallery Here 

Originally a part of the NCGA Women’s Championship, which began in 2005, the Women’s Net Championship has stood on its own since 2008. Players are divided into three flights based on Handicap Index: Big Sur, Golden Gate and Yosemite.