USGA Senior Women's Amateur Qualifying Results - 2011


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Annette Gaiotti - HOLLADAY, UTAH
76
Judy Miller - TUCSON, ARIZ.
77
Leslie Henry - ADDISON, TEXAS
79
Laura Moore - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
79
Barbara Byrnes - MESA, ARIZ.
80
Iris Owings - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
80
Nancy Parvin - DALLAS, TEXAS
80
Joanne Travis - PAYSON, ARIZ.
81
A - Kelly Hollister - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
81
A - Karen Killpack - MESQUITE, NEV.
82

Kim Kaul - COLDEN, N.Y.
78
A - Carina Watkins - PHOENIX, N.Y.
79
A - Barbara Pagana - SELINSGROVE, PA.
82

Mary Jane Hiestand - NAPLES, FLA.
73
Ann Fulginiti - PLANTATION, FLA.
76
Patsy Ehret - STUART, FLA.
77
Julie Harrison - BATON ROUGE, LA.
78
Nancy Smith - NORTH PORT, FLA.
79
Catherine Richey - WINTER PARK, FLA.
80
A - Lin McMillan - ORMOND BEACH, FLA.
80
A - Linda Dillon - WINTER GARDEN, FLA.
81

Denise Callahan - CANTON, OHIO
78
A - Diane Herndon - ROCKVILLE, MD.
83
A - Joan Ash - YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
84

Pat Brogden - GARNER, N.C.
72
Peggy Brady - DENVER, N.C.
73
Beatriz Arenas - GUATEMALA
75
Amy Ellertson - FREE UNION, VA.
75
Angela Stewart - GREENVILLE, N.C.
76
Taffy Brower - BOYNTON BEACH, FLA.
78
A - Kim Briele - NEW BERN, N.C.
78
A - Terrie Allemang - HILTON HEAD, S.C.
78

Andrea Kraus - BALTIMORE, MD.
75
Arline Hoffman - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
78
Natalie Easterly - CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
79
Carol Davies - GARRETT PARK, MD.
80
Joanne Kitusky - GLEN ALLEN, VA.
80
Lisa Schlesinger - LAYTONSVILLE, MD.
81
A - Shelley Savage - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
81
A - Denise Cooper - BEL AIR, MD.
81

Pamela Kuong - WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS.
76
Mary Kay Thanos-Zordani - CHICAGO, ILL.
76
Christine Gagner - NORTH OXFORD, MASS.
78
Susan Rheney - GREENSBORO, GA.
79
Joanne Catlin - ASHBURNHAM, MASS.
80
Lisa Fern-Boros - SHELTON, CONN.
80
Mary Gale - WORCESTER, MASS.
80
Georgia Peirce - BOSTON, MASS.
81
Karen Richardson - GEORGETOWN, MASS.
81
A - Lisa McGill - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
82
A - Nancy Chaffee - BARRINGTON, R.I.
83

Deb Hughes - DENVER, COLO.
74
Kim Eaton - GREELEY, COLO.
75
Laurie Steenrod - AURORA, COLO.
77
Marybeth Clippinger - CENTENNIAL, COLO.
79
Sue Davis - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
79
Sandra Young - MONUMENT, COLO.
80
Debbie Blount - VAIL, COLO.
81
Mary Doyen - DENVER, COLO.
81
A - Kathy Malpass - EVERGREEN, COLO.
82
A - Jennifer Hocking - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
83

Denise Desilet - WICHITA, KAN.
81
A - Harriette Myers - NEW MADRID, MO.
85
A - Diana Chancellor - GLENCOE, MO.
88

Tina Barker - CASTRO VALLEY, CALIF.
78
Marianne Towersey - PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF.
79
Patricia Cornett - MILL VALLEY, CALIF.
80
A - Terry Mayes - GILROY, CALIF.
80
A - Ann Huber - FRESNO, CALIF.
82

Cheryl Grigg - PHOENIX, ORE.
75
Mary Riley - PERRY, GA.
80
Darlene Werhnyak - LAWRENCEVILLE, GA.
82
A - Ginette Spinucci - STONE MOUNTAIN, GA.
82
A - Lea Anne Brown - MT. PLEASANT, S.C.
83

Maggie Scott - CHARLESRON, TENN.
75
Sue Raines - FLORENCE, ALA.
76
Connie Bousquet - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
77
Martha Lang - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
78
Chris Spivey - PELL CITY, ALA.
78
A - Jean Roise - CROSSVILLE, TENN.
80
A - Linda Mullins - CLEVELAND, TENN.
81

Anne Carr - RENTON, WASH.
76
Terri Frohnmayer - SALEM, ORE.
77
Marcia Fisher - CANBY, ORE.
78
Debbie Hall Friede - WASHOUGAL, WASH.
78
Rise Alexander - CORVALLIS, ORE.
80
A - Denise Kieffer - UNIVERSITY PLACE, WASH.
80
A - Linda Selegue - RENTON, WASH.
82

Marylou Henderson - CANADA
77
Barbara Schmid - GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
82
A - Joan Garety - ADA, MICH.
83
A - Donna Benford - LINDEN, MICH.
83

Deborah Jamgochian - GREENWICH, CONN.
78
Denise Martorana - SAG HARBOR, N.Y.
79
Boodie McGurn - RICHMOND, VA.
79
Laura Algiero - WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.
80
Becky Montgelas - DARIEN, CONN.
80
Reggie Parker - HOBE SOUND, FLA.
82
A - Cheryl Brayman - EAST HILLS, N.Y.
83
A - Barbara Jones - SCARBOROUGH, N.Y.
83

Linda Pearson - GLENDALE, CALIF.
77
Nadine Elliott - BERMUDA DUNES, CALIF.
79
Kathy Kurata - PASADENA, CALIF.
79
Dawn Hollingsworth - SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF.
80
Sherry Smith - IRVINE, CALIF.
80
Jody Duclos - MOORPARK, CALIF.
81
Renee Theiler-Reichle - FALLBROOK, CALIF.
81
Sandy Woodruff - SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.
81
Melanie McCaffery - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
82
Cathy Sarkissian - CHINO HILLS, CALIF.
82
Debbie Walker - INDIAN WELLS, CALIF.
82
Sherry Jackson - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
83
Victoria Leptien - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
83
Fumie Sato - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
83
A - Colette Rosenberg - PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIF.
83
A - Martha Redfearn - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
83

Bev Kim - WAHIAWA, HAWAII
79
Keiki-Dawn Izumi - KANEOHE, HAWAII
83
A - Emily T Gail - KAILUA-KONA, HAWAII
84
A - Mira Jang - AIEA, HAWAII
86

Brenda Williams - MINNETRISTA, MINN.
77
Leigh Klasse - ST. ANTHONY, MINN.
78
Jo-Ann Lindsay - EDINA, MINN.
78
A - Norma O'Leary - SILVER BAY, MINN.
80
A - Alison Hurley - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
82

Maggie Leef - BROOKFIELD, WIS.
79
Jackie Schwarz - MCHENRY, ILL.
79
Linda Weinstein - NORTHBROOK, ILL.
80
Sue O'Connor - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
81
Laura Carson - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
82
Kim Dickerson - PALATINE, ILL.
83
Susan Marchese - OMAHA, NEB.
83
Salley Wessels - MOUNT MORRIS, ILL.
83
A - Robin W Donnelley - PALM BEACH, FLA.
83
A - Maureen Sheehan - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
84

Tanna Richard - FORT SMITH, ARK.
78
Liz Scaggs - FARMERS BRANCH, TEXAS
79
Pam Spikes - MAUMELLE, ARK.
79
A - Doris Herren - CAVE SPRINGS, ARK.
81
A - Janis Clemens - SPRINGFIELD, MO.
81

Marlene Summers - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
78
Donna Meyer - NASSAU BAY, TEXAS
81
Patty Robinson - POPLAR BLUFF, MO.
81
Lecia Alexander - STAFFORD, TEXAS
82
Kim Cure - IOWA PARK, TEXAS
83
A - Janie Carpenter - GARLAND, TEXAS
83
A - Cindy Gilkeson - SUGAR LAND, TEXAS
83

Jamie Berge - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
89
A - Cecilia Hopper - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
91
A - Jane Shaw - ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
95

Teresa Cleland - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
75
Frances Gacos - FLEMINGTON, N.J.
76
Elizabeth Haines - GLADWYNE, PA.
76
Noreen Mohler - BETHLEHEM, PA.
76
Connie Shorb - YORK, PA.
76
A - Sandra Jackson - NEW YORK, N.Y.
78
A - Christine Hunt - DOWNINGTOWN, PA.
80

Kelly Koselek - CANADA
75
Susan Stewart - LOUISVILLE, KY.
78
Char McLear - MCHENRY, ILL.
79
A - Daryl Nels - BEAVERCREEK, OHIO
79
A - Janice Wilson - SARASOTA, FLA.
79
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