Lynda Wimberly wins second Tennessee Women's Senior Amateur
MEMPHIS, TN (September 14, 2016) -- Lynda Wimberly of Brentwood led wire-to-wire to win the 2016 Tennessee Women’s Senior Amateur Championship. The East Course at Windyke Country Club in Memphis hosted the 38th Tennessee Women’s Senior Amateur Championship. Wimberly’s three day total of 228 led her to at five stroke victory and her second Women’s Senior Amateur title.

Maggie Scott of Charleston finished second with a three day total of 233. Rossville’s Darlene Werhnyak finished in third with a three day total of 235. Angel Cropper of Nashville rounded out the top four with a three day total of 237.

ABOUT THE Tennessee Women's Senior & Mid-Am

Eligibility: Open to all female amateur golfers with the following requirements: (1) meet the USGA policy on transgender individuals, (2) have an active GHIN Handicap Index from a TGA member club or course, (3) have a Handicap Index of at least 36.0 at the time of entry, and (4) are at least 50 years of age on the first day of the championship.

Format: Play will be contested at 36-holes of stroke play (this includes the first 18-hole qualifying round).

Qualifying Round: The first round of stroke play will be the qualifying round. After all qualifying scores are posted, the field will be divided into flights with all like scores in the same flight--the number of flights will be determined by the total number of participants (for a full field, there will be a total of 8 flights). The remaining round will be contested within each flight. The Tennessee Women's Senior Amateur Champion will come from the Championship Flight only.

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