October 8, 2019            Choudrant, Louisiana

Kathleen Gallagher of Baton Rouge and Lana Hodge of Monroe fired a bogey-free five-under par 67 on Tuesday at Squire Creek Country Club. The former LSU Women’s Golf teammates hold a two-shot lead over Sarah Davison of Choudrant and Ashley Tonore of Monroe. Gallagher and Hodge got off to a hot start and were two-under par through their first three holes after back-to-back birdies at the par 5 2nd hole and the par 3 3rd hole. They made six consecutive pars to close out their front nine, making the turn at two-under par 34. Gallagher and Hodge started the back nine with a solid par at the par 4 10th hole. Hodge added a birdie at the par 5 11th hole. Following three consecutive pars, Hodge carded another birdie at the par 4 15th hole. Gallagher finished the round in style with a birdie at the par 4 18th hole, bringing their back nine total to three-under par 33. Gallagher / Hodge and Davison / Tonore were the only teams to finish under par on Tuesday, and they will tee off in the final pairing at 11:00 AM on Wednesday.

The LGA also conducts a Net division in its Women’s Four-Ball Championship in which all teams were pre-flighted based upon the October 1, 2019 GHIN Handicap revision. Per the USGA recommendations for players in a four-ball stroke play competition, course handicaps were adjusted to a 95% handicap allowance. Michelle Larson of Baton Rouge and Pam Moore of Monroe are tied with Gallagher and Hodge at five-under par 67 in First Flight. Other Flights through 18 holes:




Net Score

Second Flight

1. Debbie Magee (Bossier City) / Suzanne Tinsley (Shreveport)



2. Kay Renner (Winnsboro) / Sue Roberts (Columbia)


Third Flight

1. Donna Cobb (Mansfield) / Mary Moore (Bossier City)



2. Debbie Haddad (Monroe) / Corre Stegall (Choudrant)


Fourth Flight

1. Lorrie Guimbellot (W. Monroe) / Mona Martin (Choudrant)



2. Cynthia Griffin / Kristy Kelley (Alexandria)


It was a picture-perfect day in Choudrant, with temperatures reaching the upper 70s. The Tom Fazio designed Squire Creek Country Club, which hosted the LGA Mid-Amateur in August, is in excellent condition for this championship. The golf course drew rave reviews from competitors. The Squire Creek course played to a par of 72 at approximately 5,300 yards on Tuesday with a course and slope rating of 71.1/128. The greens are pure and rolling in the double digits on the stimpmeter. Teams were repaired for the final round based on first round scores. Starting times will begin on the first tee at 8:00 AM on Wednesday.


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