Kim Titus and Kelly Gardner Win Washington State Women's Best-Ball
Video: 2017 WSGA Women's Best-Ball Winning Interview
May 1, 2017
Leavenworth GC Welcomes 18th Washington State Women's Best-Ball
May 3, 2016
Shawn Farmer and Leslie Folsom Win Washington State Women's Best-Ball
Video: Shawn Farmer and Leslie Folsom win 2016 Washington State Women's Best Ball
May 2, 2016
RECAP: 2016 WSGA Women's Best-Ball, Round 1
Bear Creek CC Welcomes 17th Washington State Women's Best-Ball
Date: May 20-21, 2019
Venue: Fairwood Golf & Country Club, Renton, Wash.
Lodging: WSGA Rewards offer large discounts on hotel bookings for all WSGA members.
Eligibility: Entries are open to two-player teams of amateur female golfers who: (a) are members in good standing of a WSGA member club, (b) each have an active GHIN number and USGA Handicap Index, issued by a WSGA member club, not exceeding 40.4 at the time of entry; and (c) partners' course handicaps must be within 8 strokes of one another or an adjustment will be made to the player with the higher course handicap to meet this requirement. The maximum allowable course handicap will be 36 (players above this will be reduced to meet this requirement).
Format: 36-hole Four-Ball Stroke Play (Best-Ball). Gross and net competition with the field divided into flights based on team handicap. In the event of a tie for the gross championship, the winner will be decided immediately by a hole-by-hole playoff.
Tee Times: 9:30 a.m. shotgun start each day.
Age Limit: No age limit
Handicap Limit (Individual): 40.4
Field Limit: 60 Teams (Field fill method: Exempt teams followed by order of entry receipt).
Entry Fee: $360 per team
Cart Fee: $80 per team. Includes both rounds and must be paid during registration. Spectator carts are not permitted.
Entry Deadline: May 6, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. (PDT)
Entry Includes: Two rounds of championship play, one hosted practice round, tee prize, warm up range balls, luncheon following round one play, awards luncheon following final round play, Kusak crystal and medals for top finishing teams and a merchandise payout ($3,500 based on a full field). Crystal awards and merchandise credit awarded to the top gross and net finishing teams in each flight.
Exemptions (Gross Only)
- Champions earn an exemption into the 11th WSGA Champions of Champions to be played at The Home Course in DuPont, Wash. in April of 2020.
- Champions earn an exemption into the 21st WSGA Women's Best-Ball Championship to be played in May of 2020.
|2018||Moses Lake Golf Club||Victoria Fallgren and Leslie Folsom|
|2017||Leavenworth Golf Club||Kelly Gardner and Kim Titus|
|2016||Bear Creek Country Club||Shawn Farmer and Leslie Folsom|
|2015||RMG Club at Oakbrook||Ginny Burkey and Lisa Smego|
|2014||Meridian Valley Country Club||Kelly Gardner and Kim Titus|
|2013||Fircrest Golf Club||Ginny Burkey and Lisa Smego|
|2012||Skagit Golf and Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|
|2011||Rainier Golf and Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|
|2010||Yakima Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|
|2009||Bellingham Golf and Country Club||Pamela Burneski and Sue Kim|
|2008||Glendale Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|
|2007||Fairwood Golf and Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|
|2006||Yakima Country Club||Sarah Cooper and Kelly White|
|2005||Sand Point Country Club||Ann Swanson and Amy Walker|
|2004||Fircrest Golf Club||Jill Phillips and Katie Street|
|2003||Fort Lewis Golf Course||Janice Japar and Mimi Racicot|
|2002||Fairwood Golf and Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|
|2001||Whidbey Golf and Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|
|2000||Skagit Golf and Country Club||Jane Harris and Leslie Folsom|