Celebrating its 106th anniversary in 2022, the Women’s Southern Golf Association’s (WSGA) first Amateur Championship was held in May of 1911 in Atlanta, Georgia. Maddison Hinson-Tolchard, a sophomore at Oklahoma State University from Perth, Australia, is the defending Amateur Champion.
Entry into the WSGA’s Amateur/Mid-Amateur Championships is open to female amateur golfers who have a WHS Handicap Index not exceeding 6.0 for the Amateur and 18.4 for Mid-Amateur and who are members of the WSGA through a WSGA member golf club, women’s golf organization, or a college/university in one of the fifteen southern states or the District of Columbia. Players under the age 25 (as of June 6, 2022) will compete in the Amateur Championship, while golfers 25 and above (as of June 6, 2022) can compete in either the Amateur or the Mid-Amateur Championship.
For more information on the Women’s Southern Golf Association’s Amateur Championship and Mid-Amateur Championship, visit www.womens-southerngolfassociation.org or contact Tournament Director Amy Worthington at (214) 468-8942 or e-mail email@example.com.
For more information on Hunting Creek Country Club, visit www.huntingcreekcc.com.