West Virginia Golf Association

Wong, Glasby defend Ladies Scramble Championship title

The 2023 Ladies Scramble Championship, conducted by the West Virginia Golf Association (WVGA), saw the team of Cathleen Wong of Parkersburg and Susan Glasby of Chesapeake, Ohio defend their title from 2022.

They extended their eight under par round one lead to finish with a 14 under par 130 thanks, in part to six birdies today and nine birdies yesterday.

The team of Kerri-Anne Cook of Oceana and Brielle Milhoan of Vienna finished in second with an eight under par, followed by Taylor Sargent of Milton and Savannah Hawkins of Hurricane at six under par.  First Flight winners were Karen Rainey of Daniels and Mary Payne of White Sulphur Springs, finishing with a two under par 142.

“Stonehaven Golf Course at Glade Springs Village is a tough test of golf and our ladies played it very well this weekend,” said WVGA Tournament Manager Lucas Ware.  “Head PGA Professional Matt Felber and his crew had the course in excellent condition for mid-April.”

“We are pleased to have a part in growing women’s golf with this event,” said Head Golf Professional Matt Felber.  “We’re also happy with our course conditions.  The warmer soil temperatures have been a help.”

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For more information please visit wvga.org.

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