Carolyn Creekmore rallies to win the Texas Women's Senior Stroke Play
AMARILLO, TX (October 4, 2016) -- Carolyn Creekmore
from Dallas came from two strokes behind to claim the
2016 Texas Women’s Senior Stroke Play Championship.
three holes to play, Creekmore and 36-hole leader Anna
Schultz were separated by a single stroke, but Schultz
found the deep rough on the 16th hole. Creekmore hit
approach shots close on the final two holes to close out
the Championship with two stress free pars. Lubbock’s
Marian Barker posted the lowest round of the day, a
one-over par 72, to move into third place.
In the Second Flight, Jacque Cooper fired a 76 to
claim first place. After a first round 95, Cooper
improved her score by nine strokes each of the final two
days to win the flight in convincing fashion. Amarillo’s
own Rita Sharp finished second, followed by Houston’s
Debbie Clemens and Waco’s Nannette Wheelis.
Gruver’s Ginny Grotegut won the third flight with a final
round 86. Ruth Austin (San Antonio) claimed second
place, followed by Carlene Lennard (Amarillo) in third
and Dede Conner (Georgetown) in fourth.
Jewel Malick won the Super Senior Division (65-70)
finishing with a strong final round of 75. Louise Davis
claimed the Super Super Senior Division (71 and over)
with a three day total of 256.
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ABOUT THE Texas Women's Senior Stroke Play
Eligibility: Entries are open to female amateur
golfers with a
Handicap Index, and who are 50 years of age or
older by the first
round of the
Player Field: The starting field will consist of 96
players. In the
championship becomes over-subscribed, entries will
be accepted in
Format: The championship will be a 54 hole stroke
completion of Round 2, the field will be broken into
flights based on
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