AUGUSTA, Ga. – Invitations to the Augusta National Women’s Amateur were sent in January to the 72 women who qualified for the tournament.
“Receiving an invitation to the Augusta National Women’s Amateur is representative of a remarkable amateur career, and so much more,” said Fred Ridley, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters Tournament. “We share in the excitement of the players, not only for what will unfold in April, but also for what their involvement will mean to increase interest in the women’s game.”
A current listing of the confirmed field is included below. Player biographies are also available on the event’s official website, www.ANWAgolf.com.
Gathering the week before the Masters Tournament in April, the international field will compete over 54 holes of stroke play, with a cut to 30 players taking place after 36 holes. The first two rounds will take place on the Island and Bluff nines at Champions Retreat Golf Club Wednesday, April 3 and Thursday, April 4. The entire field will then play Augusta National for an official practice round Friday, April 5. The final round will take place at Augusta National on Saturday, April 6 and will feature the competitors who made the cut.
As announced in September, NBC Sports will produce and broadcast three hours (Noon – 3 pm ET) of live final-round coverage of the event at Augusta National. Golf Channel will deliver on-site highlights, live reports and news coverage throughout the event. Additionally, Golf Channel’s “Live From the Masters” will commence on Friday, April 5 at Augusta National to provide coverage of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals and the Masters Tournament.
Tickets to the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur are sold out following an online ticket application process. No tickets will be available at the gates.
For more information, please visit ANWAgolf.com and follow the event’s official social media channels (@ANWAgolf) across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Media inquiries may be directed to Augusta National Golf Club’s Director of Communications, Steve Ethun, who may be reached at 706-667-6705 or email@example.com.
(As of April 2, 2019)
Alyaa Abdulghany, Newport Beach, CA (8)
Hanna Alberto, Kingwood, TX (8)
Sofia Anokhina, Moscow, Russia #
Ana Belac, Portorož, Slovenia (9)
Kaylee Benton, Litchfield Park, Ariz. #
Jaravee Boonchant, Bangkok, Thailand (9)
Sierra Brooks, Lake Mary, FL (8)
Zoe Campos, Valencia, Calif.
Virginia Elena Carta, Udine, Italy (9)
Jennifer Chang, Cary, NC (8)
Alice Chen, Princeton, NJ (8)
Allisen Corpuz, Waipahu, HI (8)
Amanda Doherty, Atlanta, GA (8)
Caterina Don, Pinerolo, Italy (9)
Alessandra Fanali, Fiuggi, Italy (9)
Maria Fassi, Pachuca, Mexico (9)
Isabella Fierro, Mérida, Mexico (9)
Michaela Finn, Ängelholm, Sweden (9)
Annabell Fuller, Kingston Upon Thames, England (9)
Allyson Geer-Park, Brighton, MI (8)
Valentina Giraldo, Ibague, Colombia #
Linn Grant, Viken, Sweden (9)
Haylee Harford, Leavittsburg, OH (8)
Leonie Harm, Gerlingen, Germany (3)
Lauren Hartlage, Elizabethtown, KY (8)
Sophie Hausmann, Germany #
Alice Hewson, Berkhamsted, England (9)
Emilee Hoffman, Folsom, CA (8)
Yu-Chiang Hou, Taipei, Taiwan (9)
Yu-Sang Hou, Taipei, Taiwan #
Lily May Humphreys, Sudbury, England (9)
Jiwon Jeon, Daegu, South Korea (9)
Wenyung Keh, Auckland, New Zealand #
Dylan Kim, Sachse, TX (8)
Gina Kim, Chapel Hill, NC (8)
Jennifer Kupcho, Westminster, CO (8)
Seo-yun Kwon, Daejeon, South Korea (9)
Agathe Laisne, Paris, France (9)
Tilda Larsson, Emmaboda, Sweden (9)
Stephanie Lau, Fullerton, CA (8)
Andrea Lee, Hermosa Beach, CA (8)
Amanda Linner, Onsala, Sweden (9)
Clarisse Louis, Belgium #
Olivia Mehaffey, Belfast, Northern Ireland (9)
Emilia Migliaccio, Cary, NC (8)
Haley Moore, Escondido, CA (8)
Alessia Nobilio, Rozzano, Italy (9)
Tristyn Nowlin, Richmond, KY (8)
Ainhoa Olarra, San Sebastían, Spain (9)
Alexa Pano, Lake Worth, FL (8)
Pimnipa Panthong, Nakhon Sawan, Thailand (9)
Kaitlyn Papp, Austin, TX (8)
Marta Perez, Valencia, Spain (9)
Anna Redding, Concord, NC (8)
Yuka Saso, Manila, Philippines (9)
Brooke Seay, San Diego, CA (8)
Erica Shepherd, Greenwood, IN (8)
Ellie Slama, Salem, OR (8)
Mariah Smith, Clarksville, TN #
Julienne Soo, South Yarra, Australia #
Emma Spitz, Goellersdorf, Austria (6)
Natalie Srinivasan, Spartanburg, SC (8)
Maja Stark, Abbekas, Sweden (9)
Kaleigh Telfer, Kyalami, South Africa #
Brigitte Thibault, Rosemère, Canada #
Atthaya Thitikul, Ratchaburi, Thailand (4)
Beatrice Wallin, Olofstorp, Sweden (9)
Yuka Yasuda, Kobe, Japan (9)
Loy Hee Ying, Kulai, Malaysia #
Lei Ye, China #
Jessica Yuen, Bolingbrook, Ill. #
Rose Zhang, Irvine, CA (8)
Qualifications for Invitation to the Augusta National Women’s Amateur
1. Winner of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur (Five years, beginning in 2020)
2. Winner of the U.S. Women’s Amateur (One year)
3. Winner of the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship (One year)
4. Winner of the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific (One year)
5. Winner of the U.S. Girls’ Junior (One year)
6. Winner of the Girls’ British Open Amateur Championship (One year)
7. Winner of the Girls Junior PGA Championship (One year)
8. The top 30 players from the United States of America who are not otherwise qualified, based
on the final 2018 Women’s World Amateur Golf Ranking.
9. After the previous qualifications, the 30 highest ranked players not otherwise qualified, based
on the final 2018 Women’s World Amateur Golf Ranking.
# Remaining positions will be filled by invitation of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship Committee.
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