Three-Way Tie at Women's Shoot-Out
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The Women's Shoot-Out had quite the exciting finish with a three-way tie between the teams of Kim Keyer-Scott/Felicia Hutnick, Lin Culver/Karen Fisher, and Diane Lang/Therese Quinn. The three teams played exceptionally well at LPGA International carding a two-day total of 141.
The championship began on Saturday with teams competing in the scramble portion of the championship. Lang and Quinn took a first-round lead with a 4-under 68 on Saturday
The teams of Carolyn Creekmore/Taffy Brower and Felicia Hutnick/Kim Keyer-Scott sat in a tie for second at 3-under 69. Ten teams finished the first round at even par or better.
The championship finished with a four-ball round on Sunday. Culver and Fisher finished the day with a final-round 71, Lang and Quinn shot 73, and Keyer-Scott and Hutnick carded a 72.
The three sides headed back on the course for a playoff, but due to weather the championship ended in a tie.
Jennie Taylor and Kerstin Koenig took home the win in the Middle Division at even-par 144, with rounds of 68-76. Cindy Swope and Jodi Vanhove used rounds of 75-81 to capture the win in the Middle First Division at 12-over 156.