Lindsey Hollis Is Chattanooga Women's Amateur Championship City Champion 2nd Year In A Row

Friday, July 1, 2022

The Women’s Amateur Championship 36-Tournament was completed on Wednesday for the Qualifying Round for Championship, Women’s Open and Women’s Senior Division.  Final round for all Divisions was completed on Thursday, June 30.

The Chattanooga Women’s Golf Association and Tournament Committee would like to extend a special thank you to the following people at The Ooltewah Club for their support of this championship: Derek Montecalvo, General Manager; the staff and crew at The Ooltewah Club; and all of the volunteers.

Results Gross and Net in each division:

36-Hole Final Results:

Championship Division:

1st Place and City Champion:  Lindsey Hollis (2nd year in a row)

2nd Place:  Presley Yoder

Open Division:

First Flight:

1st Place:  Sue Anne Tinker

2nd Place:  Hazel Davis

Low Net:  Lindsay Berry

Second Flight:

1st Place:  Barbara Pearson

2nd Place:  Kay McDaniel

Low Net:  Kim Smith

Senior Division:

First Flight:

1st Place and Sr. Champion:  Darlene Werhnyak (for the 6th time)

2nd Place:  Debbie Durham

Low Net:  Leslie Nelson

Second Flight

1st Place:  Kathy Vaughn

2nd Place:  Linda Carter

Low Net:  Patty Jones

Third Flight

1st Place:  Jan Davenport

2nd Place:  Dianne Dycus

Low Net:  Jeanie Reedy

Pictures were not available for some of the winners listed.

Congratulations to all winners.

Also, the lunch provided at the Awards Party was 5 stars.

Tournament Committee Chairpersons are Hazel Davis, Judy Acuff, Lindsay Berry, Meg Buchanan, Lynn McGee, Pam Potter, Sandra Yoder & Evelyn Marie Williams.

Championship Division:

1st Place and City Champion:  Lindsey Hollis (2nd year in a row)

2nd Place:  Presley Yoder

Open Division

First Flight

1st Place:  Sue Anne Tinker

2nd Place:  Hazel Davis

Low Net:  Lindsay Berry

Second Flight

1st Place:  Barbara Pearson

2nd Place:  Kay McDaniel

Low Net:  Kim Smith

Senior Division

First Flight

1st Place and Sr. Champion:  Darlene Werhnyak (for the 6th time)

2nd Place:  Debbie Durham

Low Net:  Leslie Nelson

Second Flight

1st Place:  Kathy Vaughn

2nd Place:  Linda Carter

Low Net:  Patty Jones

Third Flight

1st Place:  Jan Davenport

2nd Place:  Dianne Dycus

Low Net:  Jeanie Reedy

Congratulations to the winners and to all who played in the Tournament and in the Team Play.


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