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The Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational
Courtesy: Rollins Athletics  
Release: 05/25/2010
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One of the most influential women in the history of golf in the United States, Peggy Kirk Bell will always be regarded as one of the true “First Ladies of Golf.”

Peggy was born in Findlay, Ohio and learned to play golf from Leonard Schmutte, a professional at Findlay Country Club. She was voted best athlete in high school and then went on to attend Sargent Physical Education School of Boston University for two years. She graduated from Rollins College in 1943 with a degree in Physical Education.

A long list of titles and honors were captured by Peggy Kirk Bell in both amateur and professional golf. In 1947, Peggy teamed with Babe Zaharias to win the International Four-Ball. Peggy is a charter member of the LPGA and was the first lady golfer to fly the golf tour from coast-to-coast in her own plane.

Mrs. Bell is the winner of several tournament championships including: Two-Ball, Palm Beach Amateur, Titleholders, Eastern Amateur. She was a member of the 1950 USGA Curtis Cup Team and 1951 LPGA Weathervane Team. Other honors include: LPGA Teacher of the Year, LPGA Master Teacher, Golf Digest’s one of the six Best Women Teachers in the World, member North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, one of five Most Influential Women in Golf, member Carolinas’ Golf Hall of Fame, National Golf Foundation’s Joe Graffis Award, winner of the first LPGA Senior Championship. Mrs. Bell has also received the 1990 LPGA’s Ellen Griffin Rolex Award and the 1990 Bobby Jones Award. In 1994, she was presented with the William D. Richardson Memorial Trophy at the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. Mrs. Bell is the author of a “Woman’s Way to Better Golf” and “The Gift Of Golf, My Life With A Wonderful Game.” She is an instructor in the ESPN video – “How to Play Your Best Golf” and has been named one of Golf for Women Magazine’s Top 50 Teachers. She has also been named by Golf Magazine as one of the Top 100 Teachers in America and in 2004 she was the first woman inducted into Golf Magazine’s World Golf Teachers Hall of Fame.

Peggy and her husband, Warren E. “Bullett” Bell, bought a run-down great Donald Ross golf course in Southern Pines, North Carolina with Julius Boros and the Cosgrove family. After extensive renovations, the Bells bought out the other partners and started building what is now recognized as one of the top resorts in the USA - Pine Needles Resort. Peggy was a consultant for 46 years with Spalding Sporting Goods Company and also gives numerous golf clinics throughout the country in addition to teaching her guests at Pine Needles. Pine Needles was the site of the 1996, 2001 and 2007 U.S. Women’s Open Tournaments. Mrs. Bell and her family also own the Mid Pines Resort.

Since 1977, the Rollins women’s golf team has hosted the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational in early spring to honor Ms. Bell’s legacy in the world of golf. The tournament quickly became one of the premier events as teams both big and small from around the nation traveled to Central Florida to take advantage of the weather and top competition.


PEGGY KIRK BELL INVITATIONAL YEAR-BY-YEAR HISTORY

PKB INVITE ALL-TIME RECORDS (pdf.)

1977
NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE  
   
April 9-11, 1978
1.Florida International 628
2.Miami-Dade Community College 637

3.North Carolina

649
4.South Florida 652
4.Miami 652
7.Rollins 661
10 teams  
1. Jill Jerauld (MDCC) 153
2. Jeanne Hartman (FIU) 155
2. Stephanie Kornegay (UNC) 155
2. Sherri Turner (Furman) 155
5. Brenda Rego (FIU) 156
5. Renee Lichtblau (USF) 156
5. Kathy Lawrence (Miami) 156
56 players  
   
1979
NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE  
   
Feb. 4-5, 1980
Big Cypress  
1. Florida 311-306-314=931
2. Florida State 316-316-309=941
3. Alabama 327-310-316=353
4. South Florida 325-315-317=657
5. Florida International 321-320-321=962
9. Rollins 340-336-328=1004
12 teams  
1. Michele Guilbault (FSU) 73-80-76=229
2. Laurie Rinker (UF) 76-72-82=230
3. Peggy Kirsch (Ala.) 76-74-81=231
4. Nancy Rubin (FIU) 79-77-77=233
4. Sandy Cohen (UF) 78-78-77=233
4. Carla Daniel (UNC) 78-82-73=233
4. Diane Headings (USF) 82-76-75=233
60 players  
   
April 5-7, 1981
Big Cypress   
1. Miami 293-328-315=926
2. Florida 307-306-318=931
3. Florida State 314-306-314=934
4. Rollins College 321-316-307=944
5. South Florida 319-320-310=949
Low round-293  
13 teams  
1. Patty Rizzo (Miami) 72-75-75=222
2. Mary Beth Wickley (Rollins) 76-74-72=222
3. Eve Cedarvall (Miami) 78-75-75=228
4. Kathy Lawrence (Miami) 78-79-72=229
5. Laurie Burns (UF) 74-76-80=230
6. Michele Guilbault (FSU) 76-75-80=231
75 players  
   
1982
NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE  
   
April 3-5,1983
Big Cypress  
1. Florida International 303-308-312=923 won playoff
2. South Florida 314-304-305=923
3. LSU 319-309-304=932
4. NC State 313-311-319=943
5. Duke 317-317-310=944
11. Rollins 319-320-336=975
low round-303  
18 teams  
1. Mary Ann Widman (Duke) 75-75-71=217
2. M.B. Corrigan (FAU) 70-76-72=218
T-3. Karen Mayson (LSU) 78-73-74=225
T-3. Mary Beth Zimmerman (FIU) 75-75-75=225
T-3. Mary Ann Hayward (FIU) 73-75-77=225
6. Debbie Hancock (Troy St.) 76-78-73=227
7. Diane Headings (USF) 75-76-77=228
90 players  
   
April 1-3, 1984
Big Cypress  
1. South Florida 302-305-296=903
2. Miami 299-300-305=904
3. Duke 305-315-301=921
4. LSU 304-318-310=932
5. Florida International 320-306-307=933
12. Rollins 318-322-328=968
low round-296  
19 teams  
1. Mary Ann Widman (Duke) 74-72-72=218
2. Penny Hammel (Miami) 71-72-78=221
T-3. Terry Jo Myers (FIU) 78-74-72=224
T-3. Michele Michanowicz (LSU) 73-75-76=224
T-3. Caroline Pierce (Houston Baptist) 80-73-71=224
T-6. Jill Himmelman (USF) 76-73-76=225
T-6. Diane Nowakowski (USF) 71-81-73=225
T-8. Laurie Kean (USF) 76-73-77=226
T-8. Donna Cusano (Miami) 71-81-74=226
95 players  
   
March 31-April 2, 1985
Big Cypress  
1. LSU 308-305-308=921
2. Indiana University 309-318-310=937
3. Mississippi State Univ. 315-316-308=939
4. Univ. of Central Florida 324-317-329=970
5. Rollins 321-325-331=977
low round-305  
14 teams  
1. Kathe Kingston (Miss. St.) 75-74-71=220
2. Barbara Van Strein (LSU) 77-72-75=224
3. Wendy Lawson (LSU) 75-75-77=227
4. Michele Redman (IU) 76-77-75=228
5. Karen Gray (FAU) 77-74-78=229
75 players  
   
March 30-April 1,1986
Winter Springs  
1. LSU 299-310-310=919
2. Indiana University 308-306-307=921
3. Auburn 325-314-312=951
4. Illinois 320-331-320=971
5. James Madison 335-337-325=997
7. Rollins 332-338-335=1005
low round-299  
14 teams  
1. Jenny Lidback (LSU) 73-73-77=223
2. Sarah DekRaay (IU) 73-80-75=228
3. Michelle Redman (IU) 78-77-74=229
4. Wendy Lawson (LSU) 75-77-78=230
5. Jennifer Creeps (JMU) 77-78-76=231
77 players  
   
March 29-31,1987
Winter Springs  
1. Indiana Univ. 319
2. UNC-Wilmington 333
3. Longwood College 334
4. William and Mary 336
5. James Madison 337
7. Rollins 348
low round-319  
1. Sarah DeKraay (IU) 76
T-2. Paige Cribb (UNC-W) 78
T-2. Tracy Chapman (IU) 78
4. Kathy Ahern (William and Mary) 80
T-5. Mary Ann McDevitt (UCF) 81
T-5. Mary Fechtig (IU) 81
T-5. Donna Martz (JMU) 81
T-5. Marcia Melone (Longwood) 81
T-5. Holly Anderson (Methodist) 81
   
1988
1. Missouri 302-331-324=957
2. Indiana University 304-343-312=959
3. Kansas 320-333-331=984
T-4. Iowa State 322-334-337=993
T-4. Wisconsin 316-343-334=993
T-4. Longwood 327-346-320=993
7. Methodist 326-348-331=1005
low round-302  
16 teams  
1. Tina Barrett (Longwood) 73-82-76=231
2. Tracy Chapman (IU) 73-86-73=232
T-3. Bettina Walker (Rollins) 74-86-74=234
T-3. Barbara Blanchar (Missouri) 74-83-77=234
5. Christy Howard (Missouri) 76-80-79=235
44 players  
   
March 20-21,1989
Timacuan  
1. San Diego State 307-311-317=935
2. Missouri 320-318-314=952
3. Methodist 328-318-315=961
4. University of Central Florida  318-331-320=969
5. Mississippi State 334-328-320=982
low round-307  
13 teams  
1. Bettina Walker (Rollins) 72-71-78=221
T-2. Karen Engberg (SDSU) 76-75-73=224
T-2. Joy Bonhurst (Methodist) 76-75-73=224
T-4. Barbara Blanchard (Missouri) 75-72-80=227
T-4. Chris Dacri (Mississippi St.) 74-78-75=227
6. Lisa Luigs (Missouri) 76-80-74=230
   
March 12-13, 1990
Timacuan  
1. BYU 306-304-310=920
2. Duke 300-304-324=928
3. UNC-Wilmington 300-309-321=930
4. Kansas 311-310-311=932
5. North Carolina 304-319-315=938
11. Rollins 328-331-326=985
low round-300  
17 teams  
1. Paula Brzostowski (UNC-W) 70-73-73=216
2. Joanne Brooks (Nebraska) 75-74-72=221
3. Liz Earley (UCF) 74-71-80=225
4. Donna Lowen (Kansas) 78-73-75=226
5. Lachell Simmons (BYU) 75-76-77=228
90 players  
   
March 11-12, 1991
Ekana  
1. Duke 319-313-316=948
2. Penn St. 317-322-317=956
3. North Carolina 315-331-311=957
4. Central Florida 323-322-318=963
T-4. Wake Forest 326-321-316=963
6. Nebraska 326-326-317=969
10. Rollins 328-343-328=999
low round-310  
19 teams  
1. Kim Cayce (Duke) 76-76-79=231
2. Joanne Brooks (Nebraska) 79-78-75=232
T-2. Courtney Cuff (Wake Forest) 81-77-74=232
4. Gia Kronske (Memphis St.) 82-75-77=234
5. Cathy Gitzendanner (Penn St.) 76-78-81=235
6. Nina van Drumpt (UNC-W) 81-76-79=236
   
March 9-10, 1992
Tuscawilla  
1. Minnesota 319-310-308=937
2. Memphis St. 319-315-316=950
3. Iowa St. 311-327-330=968
4. Mississippi St. 323-329-326=978
5. Rollins 327-327-325=979
low round-308  
18 teams  
1. Sara Evens (Minnesota) 74-76-71=221
2. Carrie Wood (Mississippi St.) 74-75-76=225
3. Heather Deke (Iowa St.) 77-74-79=230
4. Ami Schonauer (Longwood) 82-73-76=231
5. Stephanie Landers (Memphis St.) 79-78-75=232
   
March 8-9, 1993
Tuscawilla  
1. Wake Forest 306-305-308=919
2. Iowa St. 311-314-313=938
3. Minnesota 312-310-321=943
4. Mississippi St. 318-321-321=960
5. Northern Illinois 332-315-325=972
T-8. Rollins 328-336-331=995
low round-305  
18 teams  
1. Stephanie Neill (Wake Forest) 77-74-74=225
2. Victoria Boysen (Wake Forest) 74-76-76=226
3. Shelley Finnestad (Iowa St.) 78-75-76=229
T-3. Sara Evens (Minnesota) 78-76-75=229
5. Sarah Britt (Mississippi St.) 74-76-80=230
T-5. Debbie Pappas (Rollins) 75-79-77=230
   
March 14-15, 1994
Tuscawilla  
1. Florida St. 314-311-306=931
2. South Carolina 319-309-308=936
3. Indiana 314-312-313=939
T-3. Iowa St. 305-311-323=939
5. Michigan St. 314-327-314-955
12. Rollins 323-321-331=975
low round-305  
18 teams  
1. Karen Supples (FSU) 76-74-72=222
2. Moira Dunn (FIU) 74-75-74=223
3. Siew Ai Lin (South Carolina) 76-79-72=227
4. Elizabeth Horton (Methodist) 80-75-75=230
5. Erika Wicoff (Indiana) 80-78-74=232
T-5. Christine Ridenour (Stetson) 77-78-77=232
   
March 14-15, 1995
Windermere  
1. Indiana 309-307-304=920
2. UCF 311-312-301=924
3. Penn St. 311-313-303=927
4. Iowa St. 313-320-303=936
5. Campbell 317-316-306=939
12. Rollins 327-324-333=984
low round-301  
18 teams  
1. Amanda Vincent (Mississippi St.) 73-75-74=222
2. Kristen Putnam (UCF) 76-75-72=223
3. Jenny Hagman (UCF) 74-74-76=224
4. Maria Combes (Campbell) 77-76-72=225
5. Heather Preston (Penn St.) 78-76-73=227
   
March 11, 1996
Alaqua  
1. Indiana 318
2. UCF 320
3. Iowa St. 321
4. Campbell 322
T-5. Penn St. 323
T-5. Missouri 323
8. Rollins 332
low round-318  
17 teams  
T-1. Erika Wicoff (Indiana) 75
T-1. Jenny Gray (Indiana) 75
T-3. Cheri Rice (Rutgers) 77
T-3. Michelle Hatfield (UCF) 77
T-5. Kristen Samp (Missouri) 78
T-5. Cecille Lundgreen (FAU) 78
T-5. Stephanie Mitchell (Missouri) 78
T-5. Fiona Watson (Iowa St.) 78
T-5. Patricia Mocheietti (Campbell) 78
T-5. Stacy Quilling (Indiana) 78
   
1997
NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE  
   
March 9-10, 1998
Windermere  
1. Campbell 306-298=604
2. Indiana 313-310=623
3. Miami 320-306=626
4. Purdue 317-313=630
5. Florida Southern 322-315=637
7. Rollins 324-322=646
low round-298  
17 teams  
1. Shanna Nagy (FSC) 76-72=148
2. Erin Carney (Indiana) 74-75=149
3. Laura Hammond (Penn St.) 73-77=150
T-4. Mara Larrauri (Campbell) 77-74=151
T-4. Maria Combes (Campbell) 74-77=151
6. Kylie Pratt Campbell 78-74=152
   
March 8-9, 1999
Tuscawilla  
1. Campbell 312-318=630
2. Indiana 327-311=638
3. Penn St. 319-320=639
4. Alabama-Birmingham 323-326=649
5. Michigan St. 329-322=651
9. Rollins 332-329=661
low round-311  
17 teams  
1. Patricia Monchietti (Campbell) 78-78=156
2. Kylie Pratt (Campbell) 79-77=156
2. Karen Calvesbert (Rollins) 77-79=156
2. Laura Torrisi (Campbell) 75-81=156
5. Laura Hammond (Penn St.) 78-79=157
5. Darcy Isaac (Penn St.) 79-78=157
5. Tara Bateman (Baylor) 79-78=157
   
March 13-14, 2000
Tuscawilla  
1. Michigan St. 310-298=608
2. Kent St. 310-302=612
3. Florida Southern 305-308=613
4. Arkansas St. 310-309=619
5. Indiana 315-310=625
11. Rollins  324-328=652
low round-298  
15 teams  
1. Katie Bakken (Minnesota) 70-77=147
2. Amanda Beer (Arkansas St.) 75-73=148
3. Veronique Drouin (Kent St.) 78-72=150
4. Kasey Grant (Michigan St.) 75-76=151
4. Lisa Ball (FSC) 74-77=151
4. Michele Simpson (FIU) 77-74=151
   
 March 12-14, 2001
Tuscawilla  
1. Michigan St. 306
2. Indiana 307
3. Kent St. 310
3. Arkansas St. 310
3. Florida International 310
6. Rollins 322
low round-306  
15 teams  
1. Martina Gillen (Kent) 72
1. Stacy Snider (MSU) 72
3. Natalie Tucker (Indiana) 73
4. Ellen Dunne (FIU) 74
5. Kasey Gant (MSU) 75
5. Leigh Ann Jones (Arkansas St.) 75
5. Melissa Holland (Arkansas St.) 75
   
March 11-12, 2002
Tuscawilla  
1. North Carolina St. 308-293=601
2. Miami 305-305=610
3. Arkansas St. 308-306=614
4. Florida Southern 310-305=615
5. Rollins 314-318=632
low round-293  
11 teams  
1. Rachel Bell (FSC) 71-75=146
2. Jana Peterkova (FSC) 75-73=148
2. Malin Claesson (N.C. State) 77-71=148
4. Jazmin Cataldo (Miami) 75-74=149
5. Colby Cobb (N.C. State) 76-74=150
5. Sarah Hardison (Arkansas St.) 76-74=150
5. Tina Miller (Miami) 74-76=150
   
March 10-11, 2003
Tuscawilla  
1. Penn St. 309-298=607
2. Memphis 311-297=608
3. Rollins 313-302=615
4. James Madison 317-306=623
5. Illinois St. 318-309=627
low round-297  
13 teams  
1. Katie Brophy (Notre Dame) 73-74=147
2. Katie Futcher (Penn St.) 74-74=148
2. Cynthia Skilton (Penn St.) 78-70=148
4. Jennifer Jaszek (Memphis) 78-72=150
4. Pamela Faggans 74-76=150
4. Connie Isler (Georgetown) 76-74=150
4. Jessica Lewis (JMU) 75-75=150
4. Freddie Seeholzer (Rollins) 79-71=150
   
March 8-9, 2004
Tuscawilla  
1. Miami 310-298-302=910
2. Rollins 305-310-300=915
3. James Madison 304-310-308=922
4. UNC-Greensboro 326-307-316=949
5. Penn St. 324-318-312=954
low round-298  
14 teams  
1. Polly Willett (UNC-G) 76-74-74=224
1. Tiffany Prats (Miami) 73-78-73=224
1. Tina Miller (Miami) 78-71-75=224
4. Marianna De Biase (Rollins) 76-79-70=225
5. Carol Green (JMU) 72-78-76=226
6. Charlotte Campbell (Rollins) 75-77-76=228
6. Christy Larrimore (Georgetown) 76-74-78=228
   
March 14-15, 2005
Tuscawilla  
1. Rollins 298-300-303=901
2. UNC-Greensboro 307-303-313=923
3. Southern Illinois 310-306-312=928
4. Florida Southern 313-310-309=932
5. Bradley 308-311-323=942
low round-298  
14 teams  
1. Jenna Schmidt (UNC-G) 73-72-75=220
1. Pamela Feggans (FSC) 74-73-73=220
3. Mariana De Biase (Rollins) 74-73-74=221
4. Vaness Vela (Rollins) 79-72-74=225
5. Liz Bennett (Iowa) 78-77-72=227
6. Ulrika Ljungman (Rollins) 73-79-76=228
   
March 6-7, 2006
Tuscawilla  
1. Rollins 296-308-309=913
2. Florida Southern 317-312-315=944
3. Richmond 311-317-318=946
4. Illinois St. 315-322-317=954
5. Lynn 315-321-320=956
low round-296  
13 teams  
1. Samantha Richdale (Illinois St.) 71-73-77=221
2. Marie-Pierre Bernier (Rollins) 74-72-77=223
3. Lindsey Bergeon (FSC) 75-76-77=228
4. Charlotte Williams (Methodist) 77-72-80=229
4. Marianna De Biase (Rollins) 73-79-77=229
6. Ashley Lambert (Richmond) 75-76-79=230
   
March 12-13, 2007
Tuscawilla  
1. Rollins 298-310-302=910
2. Methodist 306-308-309=923
3. Lynn 319-302-303=924
4. Florida Southern 307-309-311=927
5. Kentucky 316-306-310=932
low round-298  
13 teams  
1. Maria Garcia Austt (Nova) 68-74-73=215
2. Erica Still (Kentucky) 76-73-72=221
2. Katie Dick (Methodist) 75-75-71=221
4. Vanessa Vela (Rollins) 72-78-72=222
5. Charlotte Williams (Methodist) 74-77-74=225
5. Maha Haddioui (Lynn) 79-73-73=225
5. Remi Jin Camping 74-75-76=225
   
March 10-11, 2008
Tuscawilla  
1. Rollins 305-295-301=901
2. Nova Southeastern 298-310-298=906
3. Florida Southern 311-293-304=908
4. Lynn 309-310-308=927
5. Barry 312-308-314=934
low round-293  
13 teams  
1. Laura Fourdraine (Rollins) 75-73-74=222
2. Joanna Coe (Rollins) 76-74-74=224
2. Sandra Changkija (NSU) 71-77-76=224
4. Heather Burgner (FSC) 73-74-79=226
4. Kim Ulander (FSC) 77-71-78=226
6. Katy McNicoll (Lynn) 78-73-76=227
6. Kim Hunley (N. Illinois) 74-78-75=227
6. Maha Haddioui (Lynn) 74-76-77=227
6 Marianne Andersson (FSC) 81-74-72=227
   
March 9-10, 2009
Tuscawilla  
1. Nova Southeastern 305-298-295=898
2. Rollins 299-298-302=899
3. Florida Southern 297-297-306=900
4. Lynn 307-297-305=909
5. Belmont 315-320-309=944
low round-295  
14 teams  
1. Sandra Changkija (NSU) 71-71-68=210
2. Heather Burgner (FSC) 71-74-74=219
3. Joanna Coe (Rollins) 75-74-71=220
4. Maha Haddioui (Lynn) 73-72-77=222
5. Brianna Seo (Rollins) 73-73-79=225
   
March 8-9, 2010
Alaqua C.C.  
1. Nova Southeastern 298-305-297=900
2. Daytona St. College 307-304-301=912
3. Rollins 306-305-303=914
4. Florida Southern 309-311-304=924
5. Belmont Abbey 320-314-314=948
low round - 297  
13 teams  
1. Sandra Changkija (NSU) 70-69-70=209
2. Mitsuki Katahira (DSC) 75-72-70=217
3. Marianne Andersson (FSC) 74-73-72=219
4. Fabia Rothenfluh (RC) 76-72-76=224
5. Ashely Mooney (DSC) 76-78-74=225
5. Joanna Coe (RC) 78-73-74=225
   
March 7-8, 2011
Tuscawilla  
1. Nova Southeastern 305-309-300=914
2. Florida Southern 310-303-305=918
3. Rollins College 311-310-323=944
4. Daytona State College 316-312-317=945
5. Saint Leo University 310-319-317=946
low round - 300  
14 teams  
1. Melanie Audette (FSC)

72-76-76=224

2. Abbey Gittings (NSU) 75-75-75=225
2. Emily Flanigan (FSC) 78-73-74=225
2. Mitsuki Katahira (DSC) 77-73-75=225
5. Sandra Changkija (NSU) 74-77-76=227
   
March 5-6, 2012
Tuscawilla  
1. Nova Southeastern  308-310-310=928
2. Florida Southern 310-303-318=931
3. St. Edward's 314-304-315=933
4. Lynn 310-306-322=938
5. Barry 311-314-316=941
low round - 303  
12 teams  
1. Abbey Gittings (NSU) 76-73-73=222
2. Daniela Ortiz (NSU) 75-75-74=224
3. Megan Kiley (FSC) 78-72-76=226
3. Sarah Hoffman (GVSU) 74-72-80=226
5. Melanie Audette (FSC) 74-75-79=228
   
March 4-5, 2013
Tuscawilla  
1. Nova Southeastern  295-295-296=886
2. Lynn 308-299-313=920
3. Rollins 314-306-301=921
3. St. Edward's 306-303-312=921
5. Barry 316-301-308=925
low round - 295  
11 teams  
1. Linnea Johansson (NSU) 71-72-72=215
2. Daniela Ortiz (NSU) 74-72-76=222
3. Abbey Gittings (NSU) 75-72-76=223
4. Ryanne Haddow (SEU) 73-73-79=225
4. Ellen Chambers 74-76-75=225
59 players  

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