2017 U.S. Women's Amateur Qualifying Roundup
VARIOUS SITES ACROSS THE USA (June-July 2017) - Qualifying for the 2017 U.S. Women's Amateur has been completed at 23 qualifying sites across the U.S., and in Canada.

156 players will tee it up at San Diego Country Club in Chula Vista, CA for the 117th edition of the biggest championship in the women's amateur game.

Highlights from qualifying include:

June 26

Elizabeth Bose Lindsey McCurdy Yujeong Son
Elizabeth Bose
Lindsey McCurdy
Yujeong Son
The USGA had to get a whole lot of extra medals made for the Flower Mound, TX qualifier after seven players shot 69 to share medalist honors. Amazingly, since seven qualifying spots were available, no playoff was needed. Among those advancing were current Eastern Amateur champion Elizabeth Bose (Norfolk, VA), current Southern Amateur champion Lindsey McCurdy (Liberty Hill, TX), and last year's Dixie Amateur champion Yujeong Son (Norman, OK).

June 27

2016 U.S. Women's Open qualifier Rinko Mitsunaga (Roswell, GA) was the co-medalist at the Roswell, GA qualifier shooting 69. 2017 U.S. Women's Open qualifier Natalie Srinivasan (Spartanburg, SC) advanced from the qualifier, as did 2013 Dixie Women's Amateur champion Shannon Aubert (France) after winning a playoff for the final qualifying spot.

Players from Chinese Taipei took three of the six spots available at the Rancho Cucamonga, CA qualifier. Chia Yen Wu, Tze Han Lin, and Han Hsuan Yu will all be in the field at San Diego Country Club.

June 28

Krystal Quihuis Brooke Seay
Krystal Quihuis
Brooke Seay
Women's Trans National champion Krystal Quihuis (Tucson, AZ) and 16-year-old U.S. Women's Open participant Brooke Seay (Rancho Santa Fe, CA) advanced from a 5-for-3 playoff after shooting 72 at the Scottsdale, AZ qualifier.

June 29

2016 U.S. Women's Open qualifier Erica Shepherd (Greenwood, IN) survived a 3-for-2 playoff to take the final spot at the Portage, MI qualifier.

Janet Mao (Johns Creek, GA), winner of last year's NCAA Women's Central Regional, shot a 71 to advance from the Hoffman Estates, IL qualifier.

June 30

French players took the top three spots at the Williamsburg, VA qualifier. Agathe Laisne shot a 68 to win by one shot over Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, with Mathilde Claisse another shot behind in third.

July 3

Lucy Li
Lucy Li
Lucy Li (Redwood Shores, CA), the youngest player ever to qualify for the U.S. Women's Amateur as a 10-year-old in 2013, shot a 69 to advance from the Cameron Park, CA qualifier.

July 6

Women's Trans National runner-up and 2016 Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate champion Sarah Burnham (Maple Grove, MN) shot a 71 to advance from the Woodbury, MN qualifier.

Lois Kaye Go
Lois Kaye Go
Lois Kaye Go of the Philippines, the current Porter Cup champion, was co-medalist at the Advance, NC qualifier with a 71.

Sophia Schubert (Knoxville, TN), a semifinalist in the last two Women's Western Amateurs, shot a 70 to get through the Dayton, OH qualifier. Last year's Women's Western Amateur champion Jillian Hollis (Rocky River, OH) shot a 72 and then won a 3-for-1 playoff for the final qualifying spot.

July 10

Alyaa Abdulghany (Newport Beach, CA), who made the final 32 in last year's U.S. Women's Amateur, shot a 70 at the Los Angeles, CA. Amy Lee (Brea, CA), currently #26 in the Golfweek/AmateurGolf.com Women's Amateur Rankings, also advanced with a 72. Tatiana Wijaya (Indonesia), runner-up in the 2017 NCAA Women's West Regional, took the final spot in a 3-for-1 playoff.

Sofia Garcia
Sofia Garcia
Sofia Garcia (Paraguay), the 2015 and 2016 South American Women's Amateur champion, shot a 66 to win the Houston, TX qualifier by three shots. Hailee Cooper (Montgomery, TX), who made the final 16 in the U.S. Women's Amateur last year and the final 32 the year before, shot a 72 to advance.

July 11

2013 U.S. State Team individual champion Bryana Nguyen (Columbia, MD) shot a 67 to medal by four shots at the Bethesda, MD qualifier.

July 13

Four qualifying spots were available, and four medals were handed out at the Boynton Beach, FL qualifier. Jamie Freedman (Miami Beach, FL), Mary Janiga (West Palm Beach, FL), Ramya Meenakshisundaram (Jacksonville, FL), and Alexa Rivas (Miami, FL) all shot 71.

July 17

Meghan Stasi
Meghan Stasi
Four-time U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion Meghan Stasi (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) won a four woman playoff for the final spot at the Lawrence, KS qualifier after shooting a 73.

At the lone qualifier held outside the United States, Canadians Kathrine Chan and Mary Parsons advanced from Richmond CC in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

The 117th U.S. Women's Amateur begins August 7 at San Diego Country Club with the first round of stroke play qualifying. After 36 holes, the field will be cut to the low 64 players for match play.

Results: U.S. Women's Amateur
WinTNSophia SchubertOak Ridge, TN2000
Runner-upSwitzerlandAlbane ValenzuelaSwitzerland1500
SemifinalsCALilia VuFountain Valley, CA1000
SemifinalsChinese TaipeiChia Yen WuChinese Taipei1000
QuarterfinalsCALucy LiRedwood City, CA700

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ABOUT THE U.S. Women's Amateur

The U.S. Women's Amateur, the third oldest of the USGA championships, was first played in 1895 at Meadowbrook Club in Hempstead, N.Y. The event is open to any female amateur who has a USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 5.4. The Women's Amateur is one of 14 national championships conducted annually by the USGA, 10 of which are strictly for amateurs.

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