Schiavone and Yu Defend Four-Ball Title
OCALA, Fla. – Chloe Schiavone and Ariel Yu went wire-to-wire to capture their second-straight Women’s Four-Ball title on Sunday. The pair fired a 16-under 128 for the championship to secure the win with a 2-shot lead over the rest of the field.
Schiavone and Yu became just the third team in FSGA history to win back-to-back Women's Four-Ball titles and the first since Wendi Golden and Erika Schneider in 2011 and 2012. The two junior golfers also broke the 36-hole Four-Ball record of 131, which they set at last year’s championship.
Heading into Sunday’s final round, Schiavone and Yu held a four-stroke lead over the field. They carded a bogey-free final round and finished the day with six birdies. Schiavone and Yu carded a 6-under 66 on Sunday.
Karoline Tuttle and Madison Hewlett took home second place, with a 14-under 130 for the tournament. Tuttle and Hewlett carded the low round of the day on Sunday with an 8-under 64, finishing their bogey-free round with eight birdies.
Amelia Williams and Tori Mouton posted an 11-under 133 to secure third place. The pair shot 5-under 67 in the final round, finishing the day with five birdies and a bogey-free round.
Nicola de Stwolinska and Mary Kozak capture first place in the middle division, recording a 4-over 148 for the championship. Tammy Blyth and Kathleen Colliflower won the middle first division at even-par 144, the only even-par or better round in the division.
Susan Macina and Cynthia Binkley came out on top in the forward division at 6-over 150.
1 Chloe Schiavone / Ariel Yu -16 (128)
2 Madison Hewlett / Karoline Tuttle -14 (130)
3 Amelia Williams / Tori Mouton -11 (133)
T4 Kelly Shanahan / Lauren Davenport4 -8 (136)
T4 Juliana Camargo / Wyndom Burnett -8 (136)
6 Meghan Stasi / Noelle Maertz -7 (137)
7 Aaron Whitley / Lauren Clark -6 (138)
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The women’s schedule will continue at the Women’s Senior Amateur Championship on April 2-3 at Bradenton Country Club in Bradenton, Florida.
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