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North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship: Dammann leads by two

WALLACE, NC (June 14, 2011) -- Katja Dammann of Pinehurst, NC fired a two-over- par, 74 and takes a two shot lead over 2009 champion, Katherine Perry of Cary, NC and Lori Beth Adams of Burlington, NC in the North Carolina (NCWGA) Women's Amateur Championship.

"I feel like I played pretty steady today," Dammann said. "The greens were a little challenging for me to read so I feel like a few shots were left out there. I hope to score a little better tomorrow."

Lori Beth Adams could say she has the home course advantage as she plays here often with the women's golf team at UNC- Wilmington. She is hoping that her local knowledge will lead her to victory.

In the State tee division, Cynthia Curry of Charlotte, NC shot a 78 to take the lead by three shots over Donna Johnson of Asheboro, NC. These players play a shorter course. Players will begin play at 8:00am off the #1 and #10 tee.

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ABOUT THE North Carolina Women's Amateur

In order to be eligible to play in the North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship, a player must be legally domiciled in North Carolina for six months, have an established USGA handicap, pay her personal entry fee, and meet one of the following three requirements: 1. She must be a member of an NCWGA member club or women's golf association at a member club located in the State of North Carolina; or 2. She must join as an individual member and pay her personal membership fee; or 3. She must be a member of a golf league, golf team, or golf training facility in the State of North Carolina which is a member of the NCWGA. The field for the North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship will be limited to 112 (and ties) of the lowest handicap entry forms and NCWGA officers and directors.

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