Renton, Wash. – Rosie Cook of Bend, Ore. shot two-over par 73 to earn medalist honors over the 10 player field who competed today in U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur qualifying at Fairwood Golf & Country Club in Renton, Wash.
Claiming the other two qualifying spots in the championship were Jackie Little of Procter, B.C. and Cheung Ching Ng of Washougal, Wash.
Cook finished five shots ahead of the field to earn medalist honors. This is the second straight year that she has qualified for the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur. In 2021 she won the Pacific Northwest Senior Women’s Amateur and advanced to the Round of 32 at the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur.
Little is a member of the PNGA Hall-of-Fame. Among her many accomplishments, she has won the BC Senior Women’s Amateur six times and the PNGA Senior Women’s Amateur three times. This will be the fourth time she has competed in the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur.
Ng is a regular competitor on the OGA circuit. This the first time she has qualified for the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur.
Cook, Little and Ng will now advance to the 60th U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship, which will be held July 30-August 4 at Anchorage Golf Course in Anchorage, Alaska.
Leslie Folsom of Tukwila, Wash. is first alternate from this qualifier, while Sandra Turbide of Maple Ridge, B.C. is second alternate.
Washington Golf (WA Golf) is the local representative of the United States Golf Association (USGA) and conducted this qualifier for the 2022 U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship.
Entries for the championship are open to any female golfer who is 50 years of age as of July 20, 2022 and whose Handicap Index does not exceed 14.4.