USGA Senior Women's Amateur Qualifying Results - 2012


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Susan Takai - BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH.
74
Claudia Cenko - BEVERLY HILLS, MICH.
82
Cindy Obermeyer - BIRMINGHAM, MICH.
83
A - Donna Benford - LINDEN, MICH.
83
A - Joan Garety - ADA, MICH.
83

Lea Anne Brown - MT. PLEASANT, S.C.
80
Brenda Pictor - MARIETTA, GA.
80
Mary Riley - PERRY, GA.
81
A - Sarah Phillips-Durst - TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
82
A - Mary Helen McElreath - AUGUSTA, GA.
83

Leigh Klasse - ST. ANTHONY, MINN.
77
Claudia Pilot - AUSTIN, MINN.
77
Brenda Williams - MINNETRISTA, MINN.
83
A - Ellie Layton - ROCHESTER, MINN.
83
A - Alison Hurley - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
84

Terri McAngus - EAGLE RIVER, ALASKA
76
Susan Gatewood - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
92
A - Debra Mitchell - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
93
A - Pamela Chesla - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
94

Andrea Kraus - BALTIMORE, MD.
71
Jane Fitzgerald - KENSINGTON, MD.
79
Bonnie Fry - BEL AIR, MD.
80
Arline Hoffman - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
80
Courtney Myhrum - PITTSBURGH, PA.
80
Natalie Easterly - CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
82
A - Denise Cooper - BEL AIR, MD.
84
A - Shawn McCullough - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
86

Marilyn Hardy - HOUSTON, TEXAS
73
Charlotte Barley - SPRINGFIELD, ORE.
77
Christie Austin - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
81
Beverly Hoffenberg - GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO.
81
Debbie Blount - ATLANTA, GA.
82
Laurie Steenrod - AURORA, COLO.
82
A - Deborah Hughes - DENVER, COLO.
82
A - Chris Gingrich - CENTENNIAL, COLO.
82

Joan Higgins - GLENDORA, CALIF.
72
Kathy Kurata - PASADENA, CALIF.
74
Robyn Puckett - IRVINE, CALIF.
74
Corey Weworski - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
74
Carol Sarkissian - COVINA, CALIF.
78
Martha Redfearn - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
80
Genevieve Robinson - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
80
Colette Rosenberg - PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIF.
80
Jamie Hoffmann - ESCONDIDO, CALIF.
82
Cathy Sarkissian - COVINA, CALIF.
82
Marianne Towersey - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
82
Karen Brannon - POWAY, CALIF.
83
Karen Mabli - PALOS VERDES ESTATES, CALIF.
83
Lauren Rumbaugh - WESTCHESTER, CALIF.
83
Melanie McCaffery - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
84
A - Jo Johnson - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
84
A - Ran Oh Keane - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
85

Barbara Pagana - SELINSGROVE, PA.
79
A - Denise Callahan - CANTON, OHIO
86
A - Bonnie Magee - HOUSTON, TEXAS
115

Connie Bousquet - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
79
Evelyn Blackmon - NASHVILLE, TENN.
81
A - Sue King - CHATSWORTH, GA.
83
A - Georgia McCravey - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
83

Tracy Barnard - FAIRPORT, N.Y.
82
Kim Kaul - BOSTON, N.Y.
82
A - Jeanne Beaith - CANADA
82
A - Kathleen Colliflower - ROCHESTER, N.Y.
83

Denise Kieffer - UNIVERSITY PLACE, WASH.
81
Leilani Norman - EUGENE, ORE.
81
Marcia Fisher - CANBY, ORE.
84
A - Ginny Burkey - FIRCREST, WASH.
85
A - Debbie Friede - WASHOUGAL, WASH.
86

Marlene Summers - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
83
A - Julie Robichaux - KINGWOOD, TEXAS
87
A - Tanna Richard - FORT SMITH, ARK.
87

Martha Lang - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
77
Nancy Schlich - AUBURN, ALA.
80
A - Ellen Connors - SHARPSBURG, GA.
80
A - Suzanne Kenkel - DALLAS, TEXAS
81

Susan Stewart - LOUISVILLE, KY.
78
Cathy Jefferson - CENTERVILLE, OHIO
82
A - Cindy Summers - BOWLING GREEN, KY.
82
A - Susan Peters - JEFFERSONVILLE, IND.
89

Maggie Leef - ELM GROVE, WIS.
72
Robin W Donnelley - PALM BEACH, FLA.
74
Sydney Wells - MENOMINEE, MICH.
75
Laura Carson - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
77
Kate B Johnson - SLEEPY HOLLOW, ILL.
78
Marykay Thanos-Zordani - CHICAGO, ILL.
79
Salley Wessels - MT. MORRIS, ILL.
80
A - Maureen Sheehan - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
81
A - Katie Falk - MILWAUKEE, WIS.
81

Julie Harrison - BATON ROUGE, LA.
74
Lecia Alexander - STAFFORD, TEXAS
75
Nancy Kromar - AUSTIN, TEXAS
77
Nancy Beck - DALLAS, TEXAS
80
Janie Carpenter - GARLAND, TEXAS
82
Fallon Vaughn - DALLAS, TEXAS
82
Debra Woolf - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
82
Christa Aleshire - GERMANY
84
A - Cindy Gilkeson - SUGARLAND, TEXAS
84
A - Becky Neal - MANSFIELD, TEXAS
85

Diane Bohl - KISSIMMEE, FLA.
75
Lin McMillan - PALM COAST, FLA.
77
Therese Quinn - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
78
Taffy Brower - BOYNTON BEACH, FLA.
79
Kathi Lundstrom - STUART, FLA.
79
Lynda Case - FORT MYERS, FLA.
80
A - Patsy Ehret - STUART, FLA.
82
A - Catherine Richey - WINTER PARK, FLA.
83

Pamela Kuong - WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS.
75
Carina Watkins - PHOENIX, N.Y.
77
Teresa Cleland - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
78
Lindsay Wortham - RICHMOND, VA.
78
Helene Chartrand - CANADA
79
Christine Gagner - NORTH OXFORD, MASS.
79
Dana Harrity - NORTH HAMPTON, N.H.
79
Boodie McGurn - RICHMOND, VA.
79
Robyn St. Clair - NEWTON, MASS.
79
A - Mary Gale - WORCESTER, MASS.
79
A - Amy Dickison - ROWLEY, MASS.
79

Keiki-Dawn Izumi - KANEOHE, HAWAII
76
A - Mira Jang - AIEA, HAWAII
88
A - Emi Anamizu - HONOLULU, HAWAII
95

Annette Gaiotti - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
78
Martha Scott - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
80
A - Elizabeth Jones - MIDWAY, UTAH
80
A - Kathy Malpass - EVERGREEN, COLO.
81

Denise Desilet - WICHITA, KAN.
81
Harriette Myers - NEW MADRID, MO.
83
Jacki Rosen - BALLWIN, MO.
84
A - Diana Chancellor - GLENCOE, MO.
89
A - Ginny Orthwein - ST. LOUIS, MO.
89

Denise Martorana - SAG HARBOR, N.Y.
74
Helen Stovell - FAIRFIELD, CONN.
77
Laura Algiero - WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.
79
Frances Gacos - FLEMINGTON, N.J.
80
Alicia Kapheim - PENNINGTON, N.J.
80
A - Cheryl Brayman - EAST HILLS, N.Y.
81
A - Sharon Hoffman - LAWRENCE, N.Y.
82

Peggy Brady - DENVER, N.C.
73
Susan Beaupied - RALEIGH, N.C.
74
Pat Brogden - GARNER, N.C.
75
Angela Stewart - GREENVILLE, N.C.
77
A - Beth Thompson - CLYDE, N.C.
79
A - Kim Clarke - NEWTON, N.C.
80

Rachel Moreaux - SAN RAFAEL, CALIF.
76
Rebecca Reese - SAN JOSE, CALIF.
82
Sandra Woodruff - SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.
83
A - Sally Tomlinson - WALNUT CREEK, CALIF.
86
A - Maureen Earley - LOS ALTOS, CALIF.
86

Liz Waynick - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
74
Bobbi Lancaster - GOLD CANYON, ARIZ.
75
Georgia Hutchinson - KETCHUM, IDAHO
78
Sarah Bowman - PARKMAN, WYO.
82
Kelly Hollister - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
82
Barbara Byrnes - MESA, ARIZ.
83
A - Patty Kimball - CAVE CREEK, ARIZ.
83
A - Barbara Rund - MENIFEE, CALIF.
83

Noreen Mohler - BETHLEHEM, PA.
73
Bonnie George - HUNTINGDON VALLEY, PA.
74
Christine Hunt - DOWNINGTOWN, PA.
74
Lisa McGill - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
76
Connie Shorb - YORK, PA.
76
A - Terrill Samuel - CANADA
77
A - Susan Podolsky - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
77
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