SEBRING, Fla. - Three players captured victories at Sun N' Lake G&CC during the first ever Women's Winter Series. Kim Benedict took home the win in the Mid-Amateur division, Robin Nigro was victorious in the Senior divison, and Lynda Krull captured the Super-Senior division.
Kim Benedict teed it up as the only player in the Mid-Amateur division at Sun N' Lake. Benedict is a two-time member of the Women's Florida Cup Team and the 2021 Women's Mid-Amateur Champion, so she is always a top contender. During round one, the Bonita Springs native put together scores of 40-36 for a 4-over 76 which included one birdie on the day.
During round two, Bendict posted an 11-over 83 to close out the event.
Robin Nigro started off strong during round one to give herself a 7-shot lead over her competition. Starting with a birdie on her first hole of the day, she put together scores of 38-41 for an 8-over total. The Fort Myers native stayed steady during round two to shoot another 8-over 79, for a 158 total to capture the victory.
Tisha Gentry finished second in the Senior divison with rounds of 86-88--174.
It was a tight race during day one between Lynda Krull and Janet Van Slyke. Krull put together a round of 41-44--85 to gain a 2-shot lead over Van Slyke who carded a 45-42--87. However, it was Krull who finished strong during round two to earn herself a 4-shot victory with scores of 85-89--174.
Van Slyke finished in solo second place with scores of 87-91--178, and Carroll Dethrow took third place with scores of 93-87--180.