So, it looks like Mina Hardin will have a chance to defend her title. She eliminated Anna Schultz, 4 and 3. In perhaps a surprise, Terri Frohnmayer knocked off medalist Lisa Schlesinger in 20 holes.
On the 20th, the par-5 second, the green repelled Schlesinger's ball and bounced into a collection area. Meanwhile, Frohmayer reached the green in 3. From the short side, Schlesinger used a flop shot to get her ball on the green. It stopped 36 feet away from the hole. She susbsequently would two-putt, giving her a bogey 6. Frohnmayer ended up two-putting from 40 feet, draining the second one from 4 feet. It brought out a thundering fist pump.
"My legs are like Jello right now," said Frohnmayer, who qualified for the USGA Senior Women's Amateur for a first time this year.
A disappointed Schlesinger could only walk away thinking 'What if?'
"I'm disappointed," said Schlesinger. "I really thought I had the chance to win this. I think my putting let me down."