U.S. Women's Four Ball gets a spark from Lucy Li
Kathleen Scavo (left) and Lucy Li (USGA photo)
The inaugural U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-
Ball field just received a delightful boost. Young Lucy
Li, the ice cream-wielding tween who wowed us at
Pinehurst No. 2 last summer, medaled at Pasatiempo
Golf Club March 26 with teammate Kathleen Scavo, a
17-year-old senior at Justin-Siena High School in
Li, you might recall, beat Scavo by seven
strokes at Half Moon Bay to become the youngest to
ever qualify for the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open.
This time around, however, they will form a
formidable team May 9-13 at Pacific Dunes in
Bandon, Ore. Li, now 12, is wise beyond her years
but only in the seventh grade. Scavo received a
scholarship to play at Oregon next fall.
The pair carded a bogey-free 7-under 65 to win
the qualifier by three strokes. They were one of four
teams to advance. Qualifying for the 64-team field
ends March 30.
Li and Scavo won’t be the youngest team
playing along the Pacific. A couple 13-year-old
friends – Hannah Zeman and Briana Chacon –
already advanced through a sectional at Mission Hills
in Rancho Mirage, Calif.
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Women's Amateur Four-Ball qualifying results.
ABOUT THE U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball
The U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball, the
newest USGA championship, was played for
the first time in 2015 at Bandon Dunes Golf
Resort in Bandon, Oregon. It immediately became one
of the USGA's most popular tournaments. The event,
no age restriction, is open to those women
a Handicap Index of 14.4 or lower. It is one
13 national championships conducted annually
the USGA, 10 of which are strictly for
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