Ashlan Ramsey leads Women's Trans National
TRUCKEE, Calif. (July 11, 2013) -- The second round of the 83rd Women’s TRANS National Amateur Championship was played today at Schaffer’s Mill Golf and Lake Club.

Ashlan Ramsey again was able to come out on top of the field by carding a 69 for a two day total of 137 allowing her to win both the Medalist and Junior Medalist honors after the completion of the first two rounds.

She is currently leading the field by five strokes with her closest competitors at a total of 142: Hannah Suh from UC Berkeley and Shu-Yin Liu.

Ramsey started out today’s round a little slow but quickly refocused and was able to get back on track to keep her front nine at 36. She hit the ball with consistent precision 260 yards on the back nine with birdies on hole 11, 14, and 16 even with increasing wind as the round progressed. Ramsey is staying with long time Schaffer’s Mill members, Tony Hardy and his wife Molly Stuart. Hardy, who has a 12-handicap index, agreed to be Ramsey’s caddie for the week and they have proven to be a tough duo to beat. Ramsey reported that Hardy is very knowledgeable about the course and really can read the greens.” Hardy admitted that he has really enjoyed being with her and feels this is what golf is all about. “She really has a wonderful patience in how she approaches the game. She is very thoughtful about each shot but once she makes up her mind commits and executes.”

Results For Women's Trans National Amateur Championship
1CAHannah SuhSan Jose, CA70072-70-72-73--287
2GAAshlan RamseyMilledgeville, GA50068-69-77-74--288
T3HIAllisen CorpuzHonolulu, HI40076-74-73-71--294
T3CABeverly VatananugulkitDavis, CA40072-75-70-77--294
T5ORShu Yin LiuTualatin, OR40072-70-77-77--296

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ABOUT THE Women's Trans National

The inaugural event, held in 1927 at Blue Hills Country Club in Kansas City, Mo. set off decades of successful tournament across the United States, conducted by an organization then named the Missouri Valley Women's Golf Association. A year later, the name became the Women's Trans-Mississippi Golf Association, evolving into the Women's Trans National Golf Association by 1953 to include all states. This 72-hole stroke play event spans the nation and has been hosted at some of the country finest courses, including Persimmon Ridge in Kentucky, Stonewall Links in Pennsylvania, and Eugene Country Club in Oregon.

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