SF City Women's: Cathrea rolls to 2nd title
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (March 9, 2014) -- Casie Cathrea won her second straight San Francisco City Championship women's Sunday with an impressive 10-and-9 victory over Anna Zhou at Presidio Golf Course.
Cathrea, a standout high school player from Livermore, who recently departed from Oklahoma State to focus on her game full-time in preparation to turn professional in the fall, simply rolled through the competition in winning her second straight crown.
Following her bye into the match-play portion of the event, Cathrea won 3-and-1 over Madeline Bong, 2-up over Kathleen Scavo, 4-and-3 over Mabel Wong and 1-up over No. 4 Elizabeth Schultz in Saturday's semifinal.
She saved her best performance for Sunday's finale.
Cathrea led 3-up after the first 18 holes and then put on the press.
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ABOUT THE San Francisco City WOMEN'S
NOTE: 2017 REGISTRATIONS CLOSED ON JAN. 15.
WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP AND INKSTER
$275 ENTRY FEE INCLUDES ALL GREEN FEES
Open to the first 60 entries received. No index
required. Qualifying will consist of one 18-hole
stroke play round. Along with the defending
champion, who will hold the number two seed, the
low 15 scores will advance to the Women’s
Championship Flight. The next 16 contestants will be
seeded in the Juli Inkster Flight. Individual scores
will determine seeding for match play. Contestants
who don’t qualify for the Women’s Championship or
Inkster Flight will be refunded $125. Entrants who
are a no show will not be entitled to a refund. All
rounds will be played at TPC Harding Park Golf
Course. Those contestants who post the 32nd and
33rd low scores will be deemed alternate #1 and
ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO CITY
The oldest municipal
tournament in the
play event with scratch senior, women's
divisions. Past champions include Ken
George Archer, and Dorothy Delasin. Some
'non winners' include Tom Watson and
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