2023 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur qualifying roundup
Qualifying for the 36th U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur is underway at 2 9sites across the United States. 132 players will tee it up at Stonewall (North Course) in Elverson, Pa.

U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur
Venue: Stonewall (North Course), Elverson, Pa.
Dates: Sept. 9-14
2022 Champion: Krissy Carman

Stonewall, located in Chester County, 50 miles northwest of Philadelphia, will host the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur on its Tom Doak-designed North Course, which features challenging green complexes that require an exacting short game.

Stonewall’s other 18-hole layout, the Old Course, which was also designed by Doak and opened in 1993, hosted the 2016 U.S. Mid-Amateur, won by Stewart Hagestad. It also hosted the 2006 Women’s Trans National, the 2003 Pennsylvania Open, the 1996 Philadelphia Open and two Philadelphia Amateurs. The North Course, which opened in 2003, served as the stroke-play co-host course during the 2016 U.S. Mid-Amateur and combined with the Old Course as the first USGA championship to feature a 36-hole final on two courses.

First played in 1987, the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur is open to female amateurs age 25 and older with a Handicap Index® not exceeding 9.4. The championship field features 132 players who compete in two rounds of stroke play, after which the field is cut to the low 64 scorers for match play. The 2022 championship was won by Krissy Carman.

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The U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur qualifier is open to all female competitors with an Index of 9.4 or lower who will be at least 25 years of age at the start of the championship. Format is 18-holes of stroke play. Qualifying sites are scattered across the U.S.

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