USGA Senior Women's Amateur Champions

Stroke Play (1962–1996)

1962: Maureen Orcutt, 240; Glenna Collett Vare, 247; Manufacturers’ G. & C.C., Oreland, Pa.; Entries: 96

1963: Marion Choate, 239-81-5-5-5-2; Maureen Orcutt, 239-81-5-5-5-4; Country Club of Florida, Delray Beach, Fla.; Entries: 91

1964: Loma Smith, 247; Mrs. William Kirkland, 248; Del Paso C.C., Sacramento, Calif.; Entries: 53

1965: Loma Smith, 242; Charlotte Haskell, 245; Exmoor C.C., Highland Park, Ill.; Entries: 70

1966: Maureen Orcutt, 242; Aneila Goldthwaite, 248; Lakewood C.C., New Orleans, La.; Entries: 68

1967: Marge Mason, 236; Loma Smith, 240; Atlantic City C.C., Northfield, N.J.; Entries: 80

1968: Carolyn Cudone, 236; Loma Smith, 246; Monterey Peninsula C.C. (Dunes Course), Pebble Beach, Calif.; Entries: 120

1969: Carolyn Cudone, 236-76; Mrs. Lowell D. Brown, 236-84; Ridglea C.C., Fort Worth, Texas; Entries: 79

1970: Carolyn Cudone, 231; Paulette Lee, 239; Coral Ridge C.C., Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Entries: 68

1971: Carolyn Cudone, 236; Ann Gregory, 237; Sea Island G.C., St. Simons Island, Ga.; Entries: 103

1972: Carolyn Cudone, 231; Nancy Rutter, 237; Manufacturers’ G. & C.C., Oreland, Pa.; Entries: 94

1973: Gwen Hibbs, 229; Nancy Rutter, 235; San Marcos C.C., Chandler, Ariz.; Entries: 98

1974: Justine B. Cushing, 231; Carolyn Cudone, 233; Lakewood G.C., Point Clear, Ala.; Entries: 122

1975: Alberta Bower, 234; Carolyn Cudone, 240; Rhode Island C.C., West Barrington, R.I. Entries: 109

1976: Cecile Maclaurin, 230; Carol Bowman, 237; Monterey Peninsula C.C. (Dunes Course), Pebble Beach, Calif.; Entries: 161

1977: Dorothy Porter, 230; Alice Dye, 231; Dunes G. & B.C., Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Entries: 120

1978: Alice Dye, 232-76; Cecile Maclaurin, 232-79; Rancho Bernardo G.C., San Diego, Calif.; Entries: 143

1979: Alice Dye, 223; Cecile Maclaurin, 230; Hardscrabble C.C., Fort Smith, Ark.; Entries: 123

1980: Dorothy Porter, 236; Cecile Maclaurin, 237; Sea Island G.C., St. Simons Island, Ga.; Entries: 186

1981: Dorothy Porter, 238; Alice Dye, 242; Spring Lake (N.J.) G.C.; Entries: 113

1982: Edean Ihlanfeldt, 232; Mary Ann Morrison, 236; Kissing Camels G.C., Colorado Springs, Colo.; Entries: 154

1983: Dorothy Porter, 234; Lois Hodge, 242; Gulph Mills G.C., King of Prussia, Pa.; Entries: 143

1984: Constance Guthrie, 227; Janice Calin, 229; Tacoma (Wash.) C. & G.C.; Entries: 131

1985: Marlene Streit, 224; Louise Wilson, 227; Sheraton Savannah R. & C.C., Savannah, Ga.; Entries: 184

1986: Constance Guthrie, 225; Marlene Streit, Barbara Young, Cecile Maclaurin, 231; Lakewood G.C., Point Clear, Ala.; Entries: 137

1987: Anne Sander, 228; Harriet Hart, 231; Manufacturers’ G. & C.C., Oreland, Pa.; Entries: 136

1988: Lois Hodge, 228; Marlene Streit, 229; Sea Island G.C., St. Simons Island, Ga.; Entries: 182

1989: Anne Sander, 224; Alice Dye, 233; Tournament Players Course, The Woodlands, Texas; Entries: 119

1990: Anne Sander, 225-72; Marlene Streit, 225-78; Del Rio G. & C.C., Modesto, Calif.; Entries: 133

1991: Phyllis Preuss, 221; Belle Robertson, Anne Sander, 222; Pine Needles L. & G.C., Southern Pines, N.C.; Entries: 257

1992: Rosemary Thompson, •220; Anne Sander, 223; Tucson (Ariz.) C.C.; Entries: 192

1993: Anne Sander, 230; Mary Ann Morrison, 234; Preakness Hills C.C., Wayne, N.J.; Entries: 129

1994: Marlene Streit, 222-75; Nancy Fitzgerald, 222-77; Sea Island G.C., St. Simons Island, Ga.; Entries: 211

1995: Jean Smith, 228; Marlene Streit, 229; Somerset C.C., Mendota Heights, Minn.; Entries: 151

1996: Gayle Borthwick, 226; Marlene Streit, Karen Oldham, 227; Broadmoor

G.C., Seattle, Wash.; Entries: 191

Match Play (1997–Present)

1997: (Oct. 20-25) Nancy Fitzgerald d. Toni Wiesner, 1 up; Yeamans Hall Club, Charleston, S.C.; Medalist — 149, Diana Schwab; Entries: 233

1998: Gayle Borthwick d. Valerie Hassett, 4 and 3; Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green Course), Williamsburg, Va.; Medalist — *135, Toni Wiesner; Entries: 114

1999: Carol Semple Thompson d. Cecilia Mourgue-D’Algue, 19 holes; Desert Mountain Club (Cochise Course), Scottsdale, Ariz.; Medalist — 148, Gayle Borthwick; Entries: 225

2000: Carol Semple Thompson d. Toni Wiesner, 5 and 4; Sea Island G.C. (Seaside Course), St. Simons Island, Ga.; Medalist — 151, Karen Mabli; Entries: 391

2001: (Sept. 8-13) Carol Semple Thompson d. Anne Carr, 1 up; Allegheny C.C., Sewickley, Pa.; Medalist — 144, Marianne Towersey; Entries: 335

2002: (Oct. 5-10) Carol Semple Thompson d. Barbara Berkmeyer, 3 and 1; Mid Pines Inn and G.C., Southern Pines, N.C.; Medalist — 150, Carol Semple Thompson; Entries: 418

2003: Marlene Streit d. Nancy Fitzgerald, 23 holes; Barton Creek R. & C. (Foothills Course), Austin, Texas; Medalist — 145, Sherry Bowman; Entries: 343

2004: Carolyn Creekmore d. Liz Haines, 1 up; Pasatiempo G.C., Santa Cruz, Calif.; Medalist — 150, Robin Weiss Donnelley; Entries: 394

2005: Diane Lang d. Carol Semple Thompson, 1 up; The Apawamis Club, Rye, N.Y.; Medalist — 151, Carol Semple Thompson; Entries: 457

2006: Diane Lang d. Anna Schultz, 1 up; Sea Island G.C. (Seaside Course), St. Simons Island, Ga.; Medalist — 145, Cecilia Mourgue D’Algue; Entries: §543

2007: Anna Schultz d. Robyn Puckett, 20 holes, Sunriver (Ore.) Resort (Meadows Course); Medalist — 145, Patty Moore; Entries: 497

2008: Diane Lang d. Toni Wiesner, 6 and 5; Tulsa (Okla.) C.C.; Medalist — 142, Carolyn Creekmore; Entries: 478

2009: Sherry G. Herman d. Carolyn Creekmore, 4 and 3; The Homestead (Cascades Course), Hot Springs, Va.; Medalist — 142, Joan Higgins; Entries: 502

2010: Mina Hardin d. Alexandria Frazier, 2 and 1; Fiddlesticks C.C., Fort Myers, Fla.; Medalist – 144, Leigh Klasse; Entries: 543

2011: Terri Frohnmayer d. Mina Hardin, 2 and 1; The Honors Course, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Medalist -- 139, Lisa Schlesinger; Entries: 507

2012: Ellen Port d. Jane Fitzgerald, 4 and 3; Hershey Country Club (West Course), Hershey, Pa.; Medalist – 149, Lisa Schlesinger; Entries: 532

Record score (stroke-play format) (1992)

* Record score (match-play format) (1998)

§ Record entry (2006)

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