Correction: In the Oct.-Nov. issue of Golf Oklahoma, the headline incorrectly identified the site of the 2022 WOGA State Amateur as Shangri-La Resort. It is scheduled at Gaillardia Country Club in Oklahoma City. Golf Oklahoma regrets the error.
WOGA ended 2021 with full fields in the last two events of the season.
There were 100 players competing in the Four Ball Championship hosted by Shangri-La, and the WOGA Cup had 20 teams of four players competing at Meadowbrook Country Club at the end of September.
Overall gross winners in the Four Ball were Becky Swan and Lindsey Pitt, members of The Greens Country Club in Edmond, scoring 70 and 75. Linda Ballard and Ann Turner of Shangri-La won the overall net award with scores of 63 and 66. Ann shot her age and below on both days of the tournament.
We are currently taking applications for WOGA Junior and High School Girls Grants Program. In 2020, we awarded our 100th grant. You can find more information or access the application via our website at WOGA.Golfgenius.com.
Although we are still in the process of completing our 2022 schedule, you can mark April 25-26 on your calendars for the Stableford Partnership at Lincoln Park. The Junior Fundraiser and Girls’ Junior Championship will be July 10-12 at Stillwater Country Club and the State Amateur will be July 18-21 at Gaillardia Country Club. The Four Ball Partnership will again be at Shangri-La, using all three 9s, on Aug. 15-16. We hope to have dates and locations for the WOGA Stroke/Mid-Am Championship, Senior Championship and WOGA Cup soon.
Lastly, I want to give a huge thank you to Susan Hall. Susan was gracious enough to step up and fill our unexpected need for a tournament chair. She jumped right in and learned our golf genius program and ran our tournaments. Susan has always been a big supporter of WOGA, including past tournament chair and past president, just to name a few. Join me in thanking her the next time you see her.