Orondo, Wash. – The 23rd Washington Women’s Four-Ball Championship will take place on Monday and Tuesday, May 8-9 at Desert Canyon Golf Resort in Orondo, Wash.
The two-day championship will showcase the skills of many of the top women amateur golfers from across Washington and Northern Idaho.
This year’s championship will feature 48 teams (96 players), including defending champions Kelly Gardner of Gig Harbor and Kim Titus of Fox Island. The duo will be aiming for their fourth consecutive title in the event and their fifth overall win (2014, 2017, 2019, 2021, and 2022).
Additionally, last year’s Net champions, Yuki Chikamura of Renton and Di Chow of Redmond, will also be competing to defend their title.
The championship format is 36-hole stroke play (gross and net), with the field divided into flights based on team handicap.
The Women’s Four-Ball is one of 14 championships conducted annually by WA Golf.
About WA Golf
Founded in 1922, Washington Golf (formerly known as WSGA) has grown into one of the largest amateur golf associations in the United States providing a multitude of member benefits and services to more than 86,000 golfers, 520 member clubs, and 260 golf facilities throughout Washington and Northern Idaho.
WA Golf also serves as a statewide representative of the United States Golf Association and works closely with a number of allied associations within the golf industry for the betterment of the game.