The Kansas Women’s Golf Association celebrated 50 years of team competition with the Tee-F0re-Two at Lawrence CC August 7-9. Tee-Fore-Two has historically been one of the most fun and popular events on the KWGA competition schedule. Lawrence CC proved a worthy challenge for the thirty-eight teams competing for both overall gross and net titles and within their flights.
Three days of competition including four ball, Chapman alternate shot and scramble comprise the competition. Carol Arner and Rose Schuh led the overall gross competition after the first round four ball firing an 80, and Teri Alexander and Angela Purinton took the overall net lead with a 68. Laurie Hughey and Susan Mueller held the overall gross lead after the difficult Chapman alternate shot format with a second round 80 for a 161 two-day total. Darlene Lamb and Kathy Thomas took over the top spot in the net competition with a strong net 54 for a 127 total. The final round belonged to Teri Albers and Jayne Clarke who fired a 68 – the only gross under par round of the day. Alexander and Purinton reclaimed their lead in the overall net competition with a net 56.
Complete results may be found here.