PNGA Womens Amateur: Baker vs. Thomas for the title
VICTORIA, Canada (July 19, 2012) -- Canadian Amanda Baker will take on Chessey Thomas for the Pacific Northwest Women's Amateur in the 18-hole final tomorrow. Baker reached the final by defeating Sydney Kersten of Spokane 3 and 2 in the semifinals and Megan Haase, also of Spokane, 2 and 1 in the quarterfinals.

Chessey Thomas, Spokane, defeated Aubrie Street of Medford, Ore in the semifinals, 2-up. In the quarterfinals, Thomas defeated Inaba Kyla of Canada 2 and 1.

Results For Pacific Northwest Women's Amateur and Mid-Amateur Championship
WinWAChessey ThomasSpokane, WA500
Runner-upCanadaAmanda BakerCanada400
SemifinalsWASydney KerstenSpokane, WA300
SemifinalsORAubrie StreetMedford, OR300
QuarterfinalsWAMegan HaaseSpokane, WA200

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ABOUT THE PNGA Women's Am/Mid-Am

The Championship will be conducted in two stages:

Stroke Play – All players must complete the 36-hole stroke play qualifying in order to determine the 32 players who will advance to match play. In the event of a tie for the final qualifying spot(s), a sudden-death playoff will be used to determine the qualfiiers. In the event of a tie for the Qualifying Medalist, a sudden-death playoff will commence.

Match Play – The General Numerical Draw will be in effect. Single elimination match play, with a 36-hole Championship Final Match. All other matches are 18 holes.

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