Women's Southeastern Challenge Match

Lakewood Golf Club - Point Clear, AL
July 24-25, 2022

POINT CLEAR, Ala. – Georgia captured the 5th Women's Southeastern Challenge Match, hosted by Alabama at Lakewood Golf Club, with 26.5 points, while Florida finished six points behind at 20.5 points, and Alabama earned 16 points. 

Despite battling a four-hour weather delay during the Four-Ball matches, Florida earned one point from the winning team of Chloe Kovelesky and Elle Nachmann, heading into the afternoon Foursomes matches. Due to approaching darkness, the afternoon Foursomes matches were reduced to nine-holes where Florida fought back to pick up eight points. The teams of Heather Wall/Ashley Zagers, Diane Chancellor/Kathy Glennon, and Lauren Miller/Kaitlyn Schroeder earned two points each for the team to trail Georgia by three points. Day one finished with Georgia at the top with 12.5 points, Florida finished with 9.5 points, and Alabama with 5 points.

Team Florida was ready for redemption in the final round of Singles matches on Monday. Florida started and finished strong, gaining points against both Georgia and Alabama. Kaitlyn Schroeder secured the final half point of the day for the team by taking the match to the 18th hole. Florida finished with 11 points in the singles matches, six of those points came from Ashley Zagers, Chloe Kovelesky, and Susan Temple who defeated both Georgia and Alabama.

The Women's Southeastern Challenge Matches are a biennial Ryder Cup style match play competition pitting twelve amateurs and four Seniors, from Alabama, Florida and Georgia. The Matches consist of four-ball, foursome and individual matches over two days, with one point awarded to the winning team for each match. One-half point is awarded to each side for halved matches. Florida is looking forward to hosting this event in 2024.


The Southeastern Challenge Match is a tri-state biennial competition between Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. The Southeast Challenge Match debuted in 2012 as an event intended to promote goodwill and competition between the best amateur players, playing as a team, from Florida, Georgia, and Alabama.


Invitation only.

Championship Format

  • First day: Morning four-ball matches and afternoon foursome (alternate shot) matches.
  • Second day:  Matches with a player from each association in each match competing against one another (three-ball match).


The FSGA selects a twelve (12) player team to represent Florida in this competition against Georgia and Alabama consisting of four (4) Women Senior Amateurs (50 and older) and eight (8) other women of which no more than two (2) junior players of age 18 and under. The team selections includes:

  • (2) Women Senior players with the highest point totals from the Women's Senior Two-Year Points List
  • (2) Women Senior players selected by the FSGA Championship Committee
  • (3) Women players with the highest point totals from the Women's Two-Year Points List
  • (5) Women players selected by the FSGA Championship Committee

Players are chosen and invited by the Championship Committee with selection criteria to include, but not be limited to, the FSGA Women's Two-Year points list standings as of June 22, 2022 after the Women’s Amateur Championship.

Schedule of Events

Saturday, July 23

  • Afternoon practice rounds
  • Pairings Party

Sunday, July 24

  • Four-ball matches
  • Foursomes matches
  • Team dinner

Monday, July 25

  • Three-ball matches


Each match is played as an 18-hole stipulated round.

  • One point for a win
  • One-half point for a match ending all square
  • No points for a loss

Click here to view previous results.

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