Kim Keyer-Scott Wins 38th Women's Southern Senior Amateur Championship
Kim Keyer-Scott (Texas Golf Association Photo)
Kim Keyer-Scott of Florida wins the 38th Women’s Southern Amateur Championship at Hot Springs Country Club after firing a final round score of 4-over 76.
Carolyn Creekmore of Florida captured the Super Senior Champion title in the Championship Division with her final round score of 4-over 76.
Julia Sedate of Texas carded a final round score of 3-over 75 to win in the Tournament Division by commanding seven strokes.
Rebecca Huber and Pat Elliott, both from Arkansas, performed exceptionally well, carding tournament totals of 267 to secure the Super Senior Champion title in the Tournament Division.
Adding her name to the Katherine Graham Trophy for a second time, Kim Keyer-Scott joins elite company. The 2020 WSGA Senior Amateur Champion put together a fantastic final round to win the Championship Division by three strokes.
Just a little over two weeks ago Keyer-Scott made a fantastic run in the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur making it all the way to the final four matches. Keyer-Scott came into Wednesday’s final round tied with three other competitors – two of which were past champions.
It was on the back nine when she just pulled away from the pack with her first birdie coming on the par-4 eleventh hole. Despite the two bogeys that followed it was her birdie on the par-4 eighteenth, which happened to play as hardest hole throughout the tournament, that was the perfect final touch to her second WSGA Senior Amateur win.
In the Tournament Division, Julia Sedate of Texas was the competitor to beat this week. The first and second round leader, Sedate pulled off an incredible victory at Hot Springs Country Club, which happened to also be her first WSGA win.
The Texas resident posted rounds of 78-79-75 to get to a tournament total of 232 to win by seven strokes.View results for Women's Southern Senior
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