Woods, Albrecht Tied at Harder Hall

SEBRING, FL (Jan 7, 2011) -- The 56th annual Women's Invitational has already been record setting when in the first round Ashleigh Albrecht set the course record with a 63.

After three rounds Cheyenne Woods the second round leader is tied with Ashleigh Albrecht the first round leader at a record pace of 10 under par. The Harder Hall tournament record is thirteen under par set in 2009 by Candace Schepperle. After 54 holes there are five players who are at least six under par and with good weather predicted, it looks like the tournament record will be broken by many golfers. The shot of the day was by Ginger Howard who had a double eagle on the par 5 sixth hole en route to a 66 which propelled her into 7th place.

Results For Harder Hall Women's Golf Invitational
1CAAshleigh AlbrechtMurrieta, CA100063-74-69-72--278
2AZCheyenne WoodsPhoenix, AZ70067-69-70-73--279
3Puerto RicoKyle RoigPuerto Rico50067-73-68-73--281
T4EnglandHolly ClyburnEngland50070-72-69-74--285
T4FLErica PopsonDavenport, FL50067-73-73-72--285

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ABOUT THE Harder Hall Invitational

The Harder Hall Women’s Invitational was first played in 1956 in Sebring, Florida. Harder Hall was a grand old hotel with a wonderful Dick Wilson golf course. The Tournament was started by Harder Hall Head Professional Ben Roman to draw women amateur golfers to Sebring. The hotel was closed in the 1980s but the Tournament has continued and thrived. 

Harder Hall is a four-day no cut stroke play Tournament for women amateurs.  It draws an international field and has two Divisions. The Championship Division handicaps are capped at 16.4 and the Ben Roman Division includes handicaps from 7.0 to 24.4. It is the first of four "Orange Blossom" Florida winter tournaments.

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