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JULIE HARRISON AND KIE MCNABB LEAD LGA WOMEN’S FOUR-BALL CHAMPIONSHIP

 

May 1, 2021                 Marksville, Louisiana

 

Julie Harrison of Baton Rouge and Kie McNabb of DeRidder carded a solid round of two-under par 69 to lead by two strokes at Tamahka Trails Golf Club. Harrison had three birdies for the side while, McNabb contributed with a birdie of her own. Christina Popp of Lafayette and Janie Morrison of Rayne shot a one-over par 72 to finish the first round in second place.

 

The LGA also conducts a Net division in its Women’s Four-Ball Championship in which all teams were pre-flighted based upon the April 15, 2021 World Handicap System revision. Per the USGA recommendations for players in a four-ball stroke play competition, course handicaps were adjusted to a 95% handicap allowance. Below are the results for the flighted divisions:

 

Flight

Team

Net Score

 

 

 

First Flight

1. Julie Harrison (Baton Rouge) / Kie McNabb (DeRidder)

67

 

2. Sandra Smith (Delhi) / Sandy Renner (Winnsboro)

69

 

2.Chris Stoute (Westlake) / Pam Fossett (Lake Charles)

69

 

2.Penny Autenreith (New Orleans) / Connie Bousquet (Mandeville)

69

 

 

 

Second Flight

1. Cheryl Boutte (Woodworth) / Vicki Fralick (Forest Hill)

63

 

2. Debbie MaGee (Bossier City) / Suzanne Tinsley (Shreveport)  

65

 

 

 

 

 

It was a picture-perfect day in Marksville, with temperatures reaching the upper 70s. Tamahka Trails played to a par of 71 at approximately 5,200 yards on Saturday. Tamahka Trails is in excellent condition for the Championship, after the completion of a bunker renovation project that took place in 2020. All of the players had high praise for the course. Teams were repaired for the final round based on first round scores. Starting times will begin on the first tee at 7:30 AM on Sunday.

 

Click here to view final round pairings and starting times.

 

Click here to view results.