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Women's Int'l Four Ball: Calkin/McLaughlin win it

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (Jan. 26, 2008)-- Meghan Bolger has had a rock-solid year thus far, with top-10 finishes in four straight majors, but the first victory still eludes her after Kelly Calkin and Kristy McLaughlin defeated Bolger and teammate Jill Hardy in 20 holes at the Women's International Four Ball, held at the Orangebrook Golf and Country Club.

Bolger already has a spot on the Curtis Cup after a runner-up finish at the Jones/Doherty Am, a 4th at the Sally and tie for 7th at the Harder Hall.

Calkin, who won the South Atlantic Amateur (Sally) in 2007, saw her partner McLaughlin birdie the first playoff with Bolger, then roll a 20+ foot birdie putt into the hole to take the victory.

Match play results follow:

Finals  
Kelly Calkin-Kristy McLaughlin  
def. Meghan Bolger-Jill Hardy 20-holes
   
Semifinals  
Kelly Calkin-Kristy McLaughlin  
def. Anna Schultz-Jewell Malick 3 & 2
Meghan Bolger-Jill Hardy  
def. Taffy Brower-Ann Pohira 4 & 3
   
Quarterfinals  
Kelly Calkin-Kristy McLaughlin  
def. Susan Rampelberg-Bronwyne Bruner 7 & 6
Anna Schultz-Jewell Malick  
def. D. Lang-M. Von Glahn 2 & 1
Meghan Bolger-Jill Hardy  
def. Marlene Streit-Carol S. Thompson 3 & 2
Taffy Brower-Ann Pohira  
def. Barbara Pagana-Bonnie George 2 & 1

 

ABOUT THE Women's International Four-Ball

The Women's International Four-Ball is conducted by the Florida State Golf Association at the Wanderer's Club in Wellington Florida.

Championship Format
- 36 holes of four-ball stroke play, (commonly known as a two-person, best-ball)
- Maximum of 48 total teams
- Two divisions - Championship and Middle Division
- Teams must select their division at the time of entry
- The overall Champion will be the team from the Championship Division with the lowest 36-hole total score

Eligibility
- Female amateur golfers
- Both entrants must be at least 18 years of age as of the first day of the Championship
- A valid USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 18.0 at time of entry
- Entrants are not required to be a member of the FSGA
- Championship Division - At time of entry, all teams in the Championship Division must have a combined team handicap index of 14.0 or less
- Middle Division - 95% of each player's handicap will be used. The course handicap differential between partners may be no more than eight (8) strokes. (If the differential is more than eight (8) strokes, the higher course handicap will be reduced to allow for the difference)

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