U.S. Women's Amateur Golf Championship
August 07 - 13 2017
Chula Vista, CA



San Diego Country Club
88 L Street
Chula Vista, CA  91911-1499
phone: (619) 422-8895
url: www.sandiegocountryclub.org

Tournament Overview

The U.S. Women's Amateur, the third oldest of the USGA championships, was first played in 1895 at Meadowbrook Club in Hempstead, N.Y. The event is open to any female amateur who has a USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 5.4. The Women's Amateur is one of 13 national championships conducted annually by the USGA, 10 of which are strictly for amateurs.

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Aug 07, 2016Eun Jeong Seong makes history with U.S. Women's Amateur victory
Aug 06, 2016Eun Jeong Seong will meet Virginia Elena Carta in U.S. Women's Amateur final
Aug 05, 2016The Semifinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur have been set
Aug 04, 2016Quarterfinals at U.S. Women's Amateur are next
Aug 03, 2016U.S. Women's Am: Medalist upset but Lucy Li rolls on
Aug 02, 2016U.S. Women's Am: Mariel Galdiano sets scoring record in earning medalist honors
Aug 01, 2016LIVE SCORING: U.S. Women's Amateur at Rolling Green Golf Club is underway
Aug 01, 2016U.S. Women's Amateur: Mika Liu is early leader
Aug 16, 2015Hannah O'Sullivan wins 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 15, 2015Sierra Brooks vs. Hannah O'Sullivan at U.S. Women's Amateur finale
Aug 14, 2015Meet the U.S. Women's Amateur semifinalists
Aug 13, 2015Only eight remain at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 12, 2015Top-three seeds eliminated at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 11, 2015Yin, Hahn share medalist honors at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 10, 2015Hahn, Wagner set early pace at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 10, 2014Kristen Gillman wins U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 09, 2014Henderson, Gillman in U.S. Women's Amateur final
Aug 08, 2014Semifinals set for U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 07, 2014Quarterfinal matches set at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 06, 2014Medalist Bethany Wu loses first match at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 05, 201417-year-old Bethany Wu is 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur medalist
Aug 04, 2014Su-Hyun Oh takes one stroke lead at U.S. Women's Amateur
Sep 10, 2013San Diego CC to host 2017 U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 11, 2013Emma Talley wins U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 10, 2013Talley, Feng in U.S. Women's Amateur final
Aug 09, 2013Quarterfinals set at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 09, 2013Semifinals set at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 08, 2013U.S. Women's Amateur: Cathrea, Diaz-Yi lead way into Round of 16
Aug 07, 2013Medalist advances at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 06, 201314-year-old sets record at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 05, 2013U.S. Women's Amateur: Corpuz leads by two
Aug 04, 2013U.S. Women's Amateur begins Monday
Jul 07, 201310-year-old Li playing US Women's Am qualifier in Oakland
Nov 19, 2012Rolling Green to host 2016 USGA Women's Am
Aug 12, 2012Lydia Ko wins U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 11, 2012US Women's Am: Green vs. Ko in Sunday final
Aug 10, 2012US Women's Am: Top two women battling in semis
Aug 09, 2012Match play rolls on at Women's Am
Aug 09, 2012U.S. Women's Am down to eight
Aug 08, 2012Anderson's stunning win over Jutanugarn keys Day 3 at Women's Am
Aug 07, 201216-year-old Hyo-Joo Kim medals at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 06, 2012Lydia Ko leads at U.S. Women's Am
Aug 05, 2012Pictor defies odds to reach US Women's Am
Aug 05, 2012U.S. Women's Am begins in Cleveland
Aug 14, 2011Kang defends at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 13, 2011Kang, Jutanugarn to meet in U.S. Women's Am Finals
Aug 12, 2011U.S. Women's Amateur: Kang on road to defending
Aug 11, 2011U.S. Women's Am: Quarterfinal matches set
Aug 10, 2011U.S. Women's Am: Kim upset, Ko wins
Aug 09, 2011U.S. Women's Am: Ko, Kim share 2nd-round lead
Aug 08, 2011U.S. Women's Am: Kim fires 5-under in 1st round
Aug 15, 2010Kang wins US Women's Am
Aug 14, 2010U.S. Women's Amateur Finale is Set
Aug 13, 2010U.S. Women's Am Semifinalists: Kirby, Kang, Sherlock, Korda
Aug 12, 2010U.S. Women's Amateur: Third round recap
Aug 11, 2010Medalists Advance at U.S. Women's Amateur
Aug 10, 2010Three Share Medalist Honors at US Women's Am
Aug 09, 2009Song Makes it Two in 2009 at US Women's Am
Aug 08, 2009Song, Johnson to meet in US Women's Am Final
Aug 07, 2009Johnson, Lua, Song, Thompson are U.S. Women's Am Semifinalists
Aug 06, 2009Song, Thompson lead US Women's Am Quarterfinalists
Aug 05, 2009Lewis makes the most of second chance at US Women's Am
Aug 04, 2009Kang takes Medalist honors at US Women's Am
Aug 03, 2009US Junior Girls Champ at top of Women's Am Leaderboard
Aug 10, 2008US Women's Amateur: Blumenherst tops Munoz, 2 & 1, wins title
Aug 09, 2008U.S. Women's Amateur: Blumenherst, Munoz to meet in finals
Aug 08, 2008U.S. Women's Am: Blumenherst stays hot, reaches semis
Aug 07, 2008U.S. Women's Am: Medalists make it to quarterfinals
Aug 06, 2008U.S. Women's Am: Blumenherst, Na share medalist honors
Aug 06, 2008U.S. Women's Amateur: First round results
Aug 05, 2008U.S. Women's Amateur: Blumenherst has early lead
Aug 12, 2007U.S. Women's Amateur: Uribe grinds out victory
Aug 11, 2007U.S. Women's Am: Blumenhurst, Uribe to finals
Aug 10, 2007U.S. Women's Amateur: Semi-finals are set
Aug 09, 2007U.S. Women's Amateur: Round of 16 set
Aug 08, 2007U.S. Women's Amateur: Match play begins
Aug 07, 2007U.S. Women's Am: Lewis, Wong are medalists
Aug 13, 2006USGA Women's Amateur: Kim is Youngest Champ Ever
Aug 12, 2006USGA Women's Am: Another Young Hawaiian In Spotlight
Aug 11, 2006USGA Women's Amateur: Semi's Set for Saturday
Aug 10, 2006USGA Women's Amateur: Medalist Upset in Round 2
Aug 10, 2006USGA Women's Am: Lee is last USA Curtis Cupper Standing
Aug 09, 2006USGA Women's Amateur: Medalist Mackenzie Advances
Aug 08, 2006USGA Women's Amateur: Mackenzie is Medalist
Aug 07, 2006USGA Women's Amateur: Rd 1 Results from Oregon
Aug 07, 2005USGA Women's Amateur: Pressel Wins Impressively
Aug 06, 2005USGA Women's Am: Pressel vs. Martinez in Sunday Final
Aug 05, 2005USGA Women's Am: An Interview with Morgan Pressel
Aug 05, 2005USGA Women's Amateur: Pressel rolls into semis
Aug 04, 2005USGA Women's Amateur: Rd 2 Match Play Results
Aug 04, 2005USGA Women's Amateur: Round-of-16 Results
Aug 03, 2005USGA Women's Am: 1st Round Match Play Results
Aug 03, 2005USGA Women's Amateur: Story of an Unreal Comeback

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Place  Pts
WinKoreaEun Jeong SeongKorea1500
Runner-upItalyVirginia Elena CartaItaly900
MedalistHIMariel GaldianoPearl City, HI600
SemifinalsPhilippinesYuka SasoPhilippines450
SemifinalsFranceMathilda CappeliezFrance450
QuarterfinalsPRMaria TorresPR225
QuarterfinalsJapanNasa HataokaJapan225
QuarterfinalsAustraliaHannah GreenAustralia225
QuarterfinalsCAAndrea LeeHermosa Beach, CA225
Final 16OHJessica PorvasnikHinckley, OH180
Final 16TXDylan KimPlano, TX180
Final 16TXHailee CooperMontgomery, TX180
Final 16SCKatelyn DambaughGoose Creek, SC180
Final 16FranceCeline BoutierFrance180
Final 16ThailandPaphanghorn TavatanakitThailand180
Final 16KoreaHye-Jin ChoiKorea180
Final 16CARobynn ReeRedondo Beach, CA180
Final 32CAMuni HeRancho Santa Fe, CA120
Final 32FranceAgathe LaisneFrance120
Final 32UTSirene BlairSouth Jordan, UT120
Final 32VAShannon BrooksVienna, VA120
Final 32CAAlyaa AbdulghanyNewport Beach, CA120
Final 32CAMika LiuBeverly Hills, CA120
Final 32TXKristen GillmanAustin, TX120
Final 32TXCheyenne KnightAledo, TX120
Final 32CALucy LiRedwood City, CA120
Final 32MexicoMaria FassiMexico120
Final 32CAGabriella ThenRancho Cucamonga, CA120
Final 32MIGabrielle ShipleyHastings, MI120
Final 32CABethany WuDiamond Bar, CA120
Final 32ThailandChakansim KhambornThailand120
Final 32ILBing SinghsumaleeNaperville, IL120
Final 32NEDanielle LemekDoniphan, NE120
Final 64HIMariel GaldianoPearl City, HI75
Final 64GARinko MitsunagaRoswell, GA75
Final 64MexicoIsabella FierroMexico75
Final 64TXKaitlyn PappAustin, TX75
Final 64ILLauren BeaudreauLemont, IL75
Final 64DCSierra SimsWashington, DC75
Final 64ThailandJaravee BoonchantThailand75
Final 64NCAnna ReddingConcord, NC75
Final 64FLAbbey CarlsonLake Mary, FL75
Final 64AustraliaKaris DavidsonAustralia75
Final 64CAJessica VasillicAnaheim, CA75
Final 64GABailey TardyNorcross, GA75
Final 64PAAurora KanBoothwyn, PA75
Final 64TXAnnika ClarkHighlands, TX75
Final 64CAYealimi NohConcord, CA75
Final 64FLAshley HolderOrlando, FL75
Final 64FLAugust KimSt. Augustine, FL75
Final 64ChinaTianyu WangChina75
Final 64AustraliaEunice KimAustralia75
Final 64TXLindsey McCurdyKyle, TX75
Final 64GAIsabella SkinnerCumming, GA75
Final 64ORMonica VaughnReedsport, OR75
Final 64Hong KongTiffany ChanHong Kong75
Final 64GAMargaret Shirley-StarostoRoswell, GA75
Final 64HIKacie KomotoHonolulu, HI75
Final 64SCLauren StephensonLexington, SC75
Final 64GAJanet Mao Johns Creek, GA75
Final 64CanadaValerie TanguayCanada75
Final 64NCGina KimChapel Hill, NC75
Final 64CTKelly WhaleyFarmington, CT75
Final 64FLAnna NewellTampa, FL75
Final 64NamibiaAnita UwadiNamibia75

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The U.S. Women's Amateur Championship marks the beginning of women's competitive golf in this country. Along with the U.S. Amateur and the U.S. Open, the Women's Amateur was one of the USGA's first three championships.

The first Women's Amateur Championship was arranged on short notice one month after the 1895 Amateur and Open Championships.

The following small item appeared in the social column of a New York newspaper shortly after the completion of play: "Thirteen ladies played 18 holes of golf at the Meadow Brook Club, in Hempstead, recently. Mrs. Charles S. Brown, whose husband plays at the Shinnecock Hills Club, in Southampton, L.I., made the best score and thus won the United States championship for lady golfers."

Very few early golf clubs encouraged women to play. There were exceptions, of course, most notably Shinnecock Hills, whose private property the Women's Amateur title would become for the first four years. When Mrs. Brown elected not to defend in 1896, Shinnecock came up with a replacement in Beatrix Hoyt, who would become its best- known player. Miss Hoyt was the granddaughter of Supreme Court Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase. She won the next three Championships.

Although a stroke-play format was selected for the first championship, the Women's Amateur became a match-play competition in 1896, and has remained so ever since.

The most noteworthy champion is the late Glenna Collett Vare, a lifelong amateur who won the Cox Cup a record six times. In the 1920s and 1930s, Mrs. Vare was the darling of the sports world, much as Bobby Jones was during that era.

Second only to Mrs. Vare is JoAnne Gunderson Carner, who won five Women's Amateur Championships. Combined with her two wins in the U.S. Women's Open and a single win in the U.S. Girls' Junior, Mrs. Carner's record of eight USGA titles is eclipsed only by Jones, who won nine.

Women's Amateur champions seem to have a remarkable facility to repeat. Miss Hoyt, Alexa Stirling, Mrs. Vare, Virginia Van Wie, and Juli Simpson Inkster have all won the Women's Amateur three times consecutively. A noteworthy six champions - Genevieve Hecker, Dorothy Campbell, Margaret Curtis, Betty Jameson, Kay Cockerill, and Kelli Kuehne - have won twice in succession.

The Women's Amateur has long identified some of golf's greatest women players, many of whom have gone on to successful professional careers. Along with the champions listed above, Patty Berg, Babe Didrikson Zaharias, Louise Suggs, Marlene Stewart Streit, Anne Quast Sander, Barbara McIntire, Catherine Lacoste, Carol Semple Thompson, and Beth Daniel have all secured a place in women's golf history.

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