SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The EWGA Sacramento Chapter recently hosted the Northern California District Semi-Final at Teal Bend Golf Club August 12th. The EWGA District Semi Finals events take place at 15 venues nationwide during a three month period for golfers who advance from their local Chapter Championship.
Now in its 22nd year, the EWGA Championship is the largest women’s amateur golf tournament of its kind, with more than 2,400 members participating annually. The competitive tournament appeals to EWGA members of all skill levels as it includes five flights of Stroke Play Competition and as well as a Scramble Division. Participants compete in a local Chapter Championship, presented by Guardian Life Insurance of America, then advance to the district semi-finals at one of 15 venues nationwide. The event concludes with the national EWGA Championship, an exciting two-day finals competition that will be held at Hot Springs Village in Hot Springs, Arkansas on October 6 and 7.
The Northern California semi-final was held August 12th at Teal Bend Golf Club in Sacramento. There were 83 EWGA members competing from 6 Chapters. The low gross honors went to Rachel Moreaux from Sonoma-Marin-Napa Chapter with a score of 79. Krista Wylder from Sacramento Chapter won the Low net honors with a score of 69.
The Senior Flight (ages 55 to 69) gross winner was Kris Handsaker from Sacramento Chapter with a score of 81 and low net winner was Joanne Segovia from Northeast Bay Chapter with a score of 62.
"We are thrilled to host the district semi-final event offering a great playing opportunity for our members,” said Pam Katros, President of the Sacramento Chapter. "Our members enjoy competitive playing events and those who are advancing to the EWGA Championship are excited to play in Hot Springs Village event in Arkansas."