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The Womens Senior Amateur

The Womens Senior Amateur Championship was first played in 1981.

The championship is open to players aged 50 years and over and is held annually.

Championship Overview

2018 Womens Senior Amateur Champion

Laura Webb (Ire)

 Ireland’s Laura Webb coasted to an impressive nine shot victory over Catherine Rawthore with a final round 73 over the Craighead course in Crail, Scotland.

2019 CHAMPIONSHIP

Royal St Davids

2019 CHAMPIONSHIP

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History

18-20 September 2018

Royal St. David's

The Womens Senior Amateur Championship will be played at Royal St David’s from 18-20 September 2019. 

Royal St David's is one of Wales' premier courses, providing a challenging test of golf in a breathtaking setting dominated by the presence of Harlech Castle.

Established in 1894, Royal St David's has hosted a number of national and international events, most recently staging the Jacques Leglise Trophy in 2013 and the British Girls Open Amateur Championship in 2016.

Contact details:

Royal St David's
Gwynedd
Harlech
Wales
LL46 2UB
Tel: +44 (0) 1766 780 361

FORMAT

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2019 CHAMPIONSHIP

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History

The competitor with the lowest 54-hole total over four rounds of stroke play will be declared the winner.

After 36 holes, the players returning the 40 lowest scores and any tying for 40th place qualify for the final 18 holes.

A hole-by-hole play-off determines the winner in the event of a tie.

HISTORY

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2019 CHAMPIONSHIP

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History

The first Womens Senior Amateur Championship was played in 1981 at Formby Ladies’ Golf Club in Merseyside.

In the past 20 years, both Mrs E Ansagarius (2004 and 2005) and Mrs A Uzielli ( 1998 and 1999) have completed the feat of winning the championship on two consecutive years.

The winner is awarded the Clark trophy, which was presented to the LGU by Miss Linda Clark.

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