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      North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship




      Join us for the 64th Annual North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship
      to be held at Pinecrest Country Club in Lumberton, NC

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      COURTNEY McKIM WINS FOR THE SECOND TIME!




      Angela Stewart wins the Senior Division


                                                                                  Carole Jones wins the Super Senior Division














      The North Carolina State Amateur Tournament is a stroke play event open to all female** amateurs who are legally domiciled in North Carolina for six months, has an established USGA handicap, and has paid her NCWGA annual dues or is a member of a NCWGA member club.

      The field is limited to 96 (and ties) of the lowest handicap entry forms and NCWGA, Inc. officers, directors and past presidents.

      We use two sets of tees.  In 2012 the Championship division competed at 5,797 yards and the State division competed at 5,141 yards. The NCWGA Champion, Senior Champion and Junior Champion will be determined from contestants playing the Championship Tees.  The Super Senior Champion will be determined from contestants playing the State Tees.



      Questions?  Email the Tournament director at TournAdmin@ncwga.com

      Television, Radio, Motion Picture, Video and Photographic Rights:
      Competitors in the North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship grant and assign to the NCWGA, without limitation, their individual television, radio, motion picture, video, photographic and all other similar rights with respect to participating in NCWGA events.  Competitors also agree to refrain from any action which might interfere with the NCWGA's ownership of the rights granted and assigned to the NCWGA.  All such rights are the property of and expressly reserved for, by and to the NCWGA.  Any use thereof, without the expressed and written consent of the NCWGA, is forbidden.







      **Click here for additional information on the NCWGA gender policy


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