Meet The Quarterfinalists


By USGA
September 13, 2011

Kim Eaton, 52, was born Aug. 3, 1959 in Greeley, Colo. Lives in Tempe, Ariz. Graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 1992. She was reinstated as an amateur in 1991 and was inducted into the Colorado Golf Hall of Fame in 2006. Advanced to quarterfinals of 2009 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur. Won the 2011 Phoenix Women’s City Championship, 2010 Colorado Women’s Senior Stroke Play and 2010 Arizona Senior Women’s Championship. 2010 Arizona Senior Player of the Year, 2009 Colorado Women’s and Senior Player of the Year. 2009 Sportswomen of Colorado Award. Former police officer. 2003 and 2005 Evans Police Department Distinguished Service Award. Likes to travel, watch TV, go to the movies and read. 

Terri Frohnmayer, 55, was born March 21, 1956 in Snoqualmie, Wash. She lives in Salem, Ore., with her husband William Frohnmayer. Graduated from Rollins College in 1978. Owns and operates a commercial real estate company in Salem. Enjoys being a part of the business community. Began playing golf at the age of 13 when she was introduced to the game by her parents. Lowest competitive score is a 67, which she scored in 1976. A highlight was winning a golf scholarship to Rollins College. Won the 1976 Pacific Northwest Golf Association Championship. 2010 PNGA Senior Women’s Champion. Runner-up in the PNGA Senior Women’s Championship.

 Mina Hardin, 51, born Sept. 3, 1960in Mexico City, Mexico. She is a citizen of Mexico. Lives in Fort Worth, Texas. Married to Gary Hardin for 28 years. Won 2011 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur. She became the first Mexican player on the LPGA Tour in 1983. Reinstated as an amateur in 1991. Named Mexican Woman Athlete of the Year in 1980. Won Mexican Women’s Amateur in 1979. Won Women’s Texas Amateur in 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000 and 1006. Won Texas Women’s Openin 2004. Won Women’s Southern Golf Association Senior in 2010. Won women’s city championships of Fort Worth and Dallas. Enjoys hiking, tennis and training dogs that belong to friends.

 Mary Jane Hiestand, 52, was born April 16, 1959 in Pontiac, Mich., and lives in Naples, Fla., with her husband Jeff. Graduated from the University of Florida in 1982. Works as a financial assistant. Lowest competitive score is a 65 in 2006. Has had nine holes-in-one. 2007 Florida Match Play champion and twice runner-up Three-time Michigan Women’s Golf Association Match Play champion. Three-time Michigan stroke-play champion. 1999 Michigan Publinx Golf Association champion. Inducted into Michigan Golf Hall of Fame in 2004. Florida Women’s Golf Association Senior Player of the Year in 2010. Florida Women’s Golf Association Player of the Year in 2007. Participates in yoga and swimming. Likes to cook, do crossword puzzles, read and go to the movies. 

 Susan Rheney, 52, was born Aug. 6, 1959 in Marion, Ill. Lives in Greensboro, Ga., with her husband Clarke. Graduated from the University of Alabama in 1981 and earned an MBA from Harvard University in 1987. She’s a private investor. Advanced to the third round of the 2010 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur, defeating former champion Carolyn Creekmore in the second round, 1 up. She was defeated in the third round by Mina Hardin, the eventual champion, 5 and 4. Played for the Georgia team in the 2007 USGA Women’s State Team Championship. Qualified for the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur four times. Began playing golf at the age of 27, encouraged by people she worked with. Enjoys swimming, fitness, cooking and entertaining.   

Lisa Schlesinger, 53, born Jan. 16, 1958 in Washington, D.C. Lives in Laytonsville, Md. Has two brothers, Marc and David. Graduated from the University of Maryland in 1979. Works in her family’s real estate sales and property management business, the Schlesinger Company. Her lowest competitive round was a 70 in USGA Senior Women’s Amateur qualifying in 2010 until she shot a 68 in the first stroke-play qualifying round at The Honors Course, a course record. She was medalist. Advanced to the third round of this championship in 2010. In the Washington D.C. Fastpitch Softball Hall of Fame. Former professional basketball player. Began playing golf at the age of 35. Won the 2008 and 2009 Maryland Women’s Mid-Amateur. Interests include weightlifting, listening to music from the 1970s and watching college basketball and football. 

 Anna Schultz, 56, was born Aug. 8, 1955 in Dallas, Texas. Lives in Rockwall, Texas. Has three sons, Mark, David and Kevin, all of whom played college golf. Graduated from the University of Texas in 1977. Self-Employed Certified Public Accountant. Won USGA Senior Women’s Amateur in 2007. Runner-up in the 2000 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur and semifinalist in 2001, quarterfinalist in 2007. Won Women’s Southern Senior Amateur in 2006 and 2007. Six-time Dallas City Women’s champion. 2008 and 2010 Women’s Texas Amateur champion. Runner-up in the 2006 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur. Has eight holes-in-one. Member of the University of Texas at Austin Intramural Hall of Fame. Lowest competitive round is a 64. Likes to go fishing. 

 Nancy Smith, 64, born Feb. 20, 1947 in Charlotte, N.C. Lives in North Port, Fla., with her husband, Edward Smith. Attended Winthrop College. Reinstated as an amateur in 1997. Lowest competitive round is 69 in the 2004 North & South Women’s Senior. Has had six holes-in-one. Named Georgia Female Golfer of the Year in 1997. Represented Florida in the USGA Women’s State Team Championship in 2005. Eastern Women’s Senior Champion in 1999, 2003, 2009. Southern Senior Champion 2001, 2002. Georgia Match Play Champion 2000. North & South Senior Women’s Champion 1999, 2000, 2002, 1004. Her son, Anson Mount, will be an actor in an upcoming television series, “Hell on Wheels.” Enjoys reading and “playing” in her garden.   

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