November 2, 2022 – Lafayette, LA.
Julie Harrison of Baton Rouge claimed her third Louisiana Senior Women’s Player of the Year title in the last four years after an incredible season. She took back the Women’s Senior Player of the Year honors from Kay Daniel of Covington. Harrison edged out the 2021 Women’s Senior Player of the Year by 35 points.
Harrison began her season by making it to the Round of 16 at the 94th Louisiana Women’s Amateur Championship at Le Triomphe Golf & Country Club. Shortly after Harrison would then go on to qualify for both the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship and the U.S. Senior Women’s Open Championship. Harrison had an impressive run at the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship at Anchorage Golf Course in Anchorage, Alaska where she made it all the way to the Round of 16. Next, Harrison and her partner Amanda Rothrock of Baton Rouge would finish in second place at the Louisiana Women’s Four-Ball Championship at Beau Chene Country Club. The final two Championships of the season were conducted at English Turn Golf & Country Club. Harrison finished in a tie for first place at the Louisiana Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship with Madison Bates of Pineville who went on to defeat Harrison on the first playoff hole with a birdie. Harrison won the Louisiana Women’s Senior Amateur Championship defeating Kay Daniel of Convington. Harrison has now won 18 LGA Championships.
Congratulations to Julie for another incredible golfing season!
Click here to view final Player of the Year standings.