2022 New England Golf Association Women’s Championship
Country Club of Vermont, Waterbury, Vermont
June 20-June 22, 2022
Entry Fee: $225
Registration opens March 1, 2022
Entries Close: Thursday, June 2 at 5:00 pm
Visit the website to register by Thursday, June 2, 2022.
Eligibility: Entries are open to female amateur golfers who have an active GHIN Handicap Index at any member club of a New England state golf association not exceeding 18.0 as determined by the June 2, 2022 Handicap Revision. The Championship proper will be a maximum of 120 players, accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Entry Close Date: Entries and fully paid entry fees for both exempt and qualifying competitors must be received through the NEGA Online Entry process by 5:00 pm EST on Thursday, June 2, 2022. THE NEGA DOES NOT ACCEPT ENTRIES AFTER THE ENTRY CLOSE DATE.
Divisions: There are two divisions in the New England Women’s Amateur Championship. The Championship division is a gross-only competition played from approximately 5900 – 6100 yards (yardages subject to change). The Overall Champion, Runner-Up, Junior Champion, and Senior Champion will be awarded from this division. The Tournament Division is a gross & net competition played from approximately 5600 – 5800 yards (yardages subject to change). The Legend Champion will be awarded from this division. The Fanchon Cartin trophy will be awarded to the state with lowest cumulative score of their two lowest Championship Division players and their lowest (net) Tournament Division players from each day.
Prize Certificates will be awarded to the best gross players in the Championship Division and the best gross & net players in the Tournament Division. Prize certificates are redeemable at the host club only and will be available immediately after the conclusion of play unless otherwise noted.
In 2019, six Vermont women participated in the three day tournament:
Tracy Sloan, Brattleboro CC; Dana Cassidy, Vermont National CC; Nancy Devaux, West Bolton CC; Kathy Kemp, CC of Barre; Linda Jane Parsons, Mount Snow CC; and Carson Laderoute, Burlington CC. Carson was the top Vermont player, shooting a final round score of 80, placing her 13th in the field of 76 competitors.
Tournament Results: https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/2078255
The New England Women’s Amateur Championship is one of five prestigious events on the NEGA calendar along with the New England Amateur Championship, the New England Junior Amateur Invitational, New England Girls’ Junior Amateur Invitational, and New England Senior Amateur Championship.