U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Champions

18-Hole Final (1977-2001)

1977: Kelly Fuiks d. Kathy Williams, 1 up; Yahara Hills G.C., Madison, Wis.; Medalist — 149, Diana Schwab; Entries: 686

1978: Kelly Fuiks d. Diana Schwab, 5 and 4; Myrtlewood G.C. (Palmetto Course), Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Medalists — 151, Jeanne Hartman, Kathy Williams; Entries: 658

1979: Lori Castillo d. Becky Pearson, 2 up; Braemar G.C., Edina, Minn.; Medalists — 152, Kelly Fuiks, Lauri Merten; Entries: 695

1980: Lori Castillo d. Pam Miller, 2 and 1; Center Square (Pa.) G.C.; Medalist — 148, Lori Castillo; Entries: 728

1981: Mary Enright d. Lauri Merten, 3 and 1; Emerald Valley G.C., Creswell, Ore.; Medalist — 152, Kay Cornelius; Entries: 686

1982: Nancy Taylor d. Kerri Clark, 2 and 1; Alvamar G.C., Lawrence, Kan.; Medalist — 148, Alicia Ogrin; Entries: 760

1983: Kelli Antolock d. Nancy Taylor, 1 up; Ala Wai G.C., Honolulu, Hawaii; Medalist — 143, Penny Hammel; Entries: 1,008

1984: (June 20-24) Heather Farr d. Kristie Kolacny, 3 and 2; Meadowbrook G.C., Rapid City, S.D.; Medalist — 144, Heather Farr; Entries: 834

1985: Danielle Ammaccapane d. Kristie Kolacny, 6 and 5; Flanders Valley G.C. (Red and Blue nines), Flanders, N.J.; Medalist — 145, Danielle Ammaccapane; Entries: 878

1986: Cindy Schreyer d. Victoria Goetze, 3 and 2; SentryWorld G.C., Stevens Point, Wis.; Medalist — 142, Danielle Ammaccapane; Entries: §1,085

1987: Tracy Kerdyk d. Pearl Sinn, 4 and 3; Cog Hill G. & C.C. (No. 4 Course), Lemont, Ill.; Medalist — 148, Pearl Sinn; Entries: 952

1988: Pearl Sinn d. Tami Jo Henningsen, 2 and 1; Page Belcher G.C., Tulsa, Okla.; Medalist —

141, Lee Ann Hammack; Entries: 1,052

1989: Pearl Sinn d. Kelli Akers, 2 and 1; Indian Canyon G.C., Spokane, Wash.; Medalist — 141, Michelle Estill; Entries: 1,020

1990: Cathy Mockett d. Barbara Blanchar, 5 and 4; Hyland Hills G.C., Westminster, Colo.; Medalist — 146, Debbie Eckroth; Entries: 920

1991: Tracy Hanson d. Carri Wood, 1 up; Birdwood G.C., Charlottesville, Va.; Medalist — 140, Tracy Hanson; Entries: 891

1992: (June 24-28) Amy Fruhwirth d. Sara Evens, 3 and 1; Haggin Oaks G.C., Sacramento, Calif.; Medalist — 141, Heather Hughes; Entries: 1,062

1993: (June 23-27) Connie Masterson d. Holly Reynolds, 1 up; Jackson Hole G. & T.C., Jackson, Wyo.; Medalists — 148, Cristie Kerr, Holly Reynolds, Carri Wood; Entries: 980

1994: Jill McGill d. Heidi Voorhees, 6 and 4; Tam O’Shanter G.C. (Hills Course), Canton, Ohio; Medalist — 137, Jill McGill; Entries: 899

1995: Jo Jo Robertson d. Elizabeth Drambour, 3 and 1; Hominy Hill G.C., Colts Neck, N.J.; Medalist — 144, Jenny Lee; Entries: 856

1996: Heather Graff d. Lauri Berles, 5 and 4; Spencer T. Olin Community G.C., Alton, Ill.; Medalist — 142, Elise Kimm; Entries: 839

1997: Jo Jo Robertson d. Angie Yoon, 3 and 2; Center Square (Pa.) G.C.; Medalist — 144, Heather Graff; Entries: 831

1998: Amy Spooner d. Natalie Wong, 2 and 1; Kapalua (Hawaii) G.C. (Bay Course); Medalist — 148, Elisha Au; Entries: 1,075

1999: Jody Niemann d. Sue Billek Nyhus, 1 up; Santa Ana G.C., Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M.; Medalist — 137, Jenna Daniels; Entries: 858

2000: Catherine Cartwright d. Russamee Gulyanamitta, 3 and 1; Legacy G.L., Aberdeen, N.C.; Medalists — 140, Catherine Cartwright, Russamee Gulyanamitta; Entries: 745

2001: Candie Kung d. Missy Farr-Kaye, 2 up; Kemper Lakes G.C., Long Grove, Ill.; Medalist — 141, Candie Kung; Entries: 668

36-Hole Final (2002-Present)

2002: Annie Thurman d. Hwanhee Lee, 6 and 5; Sunriver (Ore.) Resort (Meadow Course); Medalist — 142, Jessica Reese; Entries: 702

2003: Michelle Wie d. Virada Nirapathpongporn, 1 up; Ocean Hammock G.C., Palm Coast, Fla.; Medalist — 141, Virada Nirapathpongporn; Entries: 697

2004: Ya-Ni Tseng d. Michelle Wie, 1 up; Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green Course), Williamsburg, Va.; Medalist — 135, Brittany Lang; Entries: 753

2005: Eun Jung Lee d. Tiffany Chudy, 37 holes; Swope Memorial G.C., Kansas City, Mo.; Medalists — 136, Angela Park, Mari Chun; Entries: 769

2006: Tiffany Joh d. Kimberly Kim, 6 and 5; Walking Stick G.C., Pueblo, Colo., Medalists — 137, Hannah Jun, Mina Harigae; Entries: 710

2007: Mina Harigae d. Stephany Fleet, 4 and 3; Kearney Hill G.L., Lexington, Ky., Medalist — 137, Tiffany Lua; Entries: 735

2008: Tiffany Joh d. Jennifer Song, 2 and 1; Erin Hills G.C., Erin, Wis.; Medalists — 144, Lizette Salas, Katie Kempter; Entries: 678

2009: Jennifer Song d. Kimberly Kim, 7 and 6; Red Tail G.C., Devens, Mass.; Medalist — 138, Stephanie Kono; Entries: 678

2010: Emily Tubert d. Lisa McCloskey, 3 and 2; Warren Golf Club at Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind.; Medalist – 138, Ariya Jutanugarn; Entries: 767

2011: Brianna Do d. Marissa Dodd, 1 up; Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Old Macdonald), Bandon, Ore.; Medalist – 141, Cheyenne Woods; Entries: 695

2012: Kyung Kim d. Ashlan Ramsey, 4 and 2; Neshanic Valley Golf Course, Neshanic Station, N.J.; Medalist – 137, Lisa McCloskey; Entries: 697

2013: Lauren Diaz-Yi d. Doris Chen, 10 and 9, Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club, Norman, Okla.; Medalists – 136, Annie Park, Doris Chen; Entries: 700

Record qualifying score (2004)

§ Record entry (1986)

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