U.S. WOMEN'S AMATEUR PUBLIC LINKS
WAPL Records May 25, 2010 By By The USGA

Records from the Women's Amateur Public Links.

WAPL Records

     

Age

 

Oldest Champion (years/months/days)

23 — Amy Fruhwirth, 1992

 

Youngest Champion

13 — Michelle Wie, 2003

 

Youngest Competitor

10/3/9   — Allisen Corpuz, 2008
10/8/23 — Michelle Wie, 2000

 

Champions

 

Most Championships Won

2 — Kelly Fuiks (1977, 1978)

2 — Lori Castillo (1979, 1980)

2 — Pearl Sinn (1988, 1989)

2 — Jo Jo Robertson (1995, 1997)

2 — Tiffany Joh (2006, 2008)

 

Most Consecutive Championships Won

2 — Kelly Fuiks (1977, 1978)

2 — Lori Castillo (1979, 1980)

2 — Pearl Sinn (1988, 1989)

 

Most Times in Final Match

3 — Pearl Sinn (1987, 1988, 1989)

 

Most Times Runner-Up

2 — Kristie Kolacny (1984, 1985)

2 — Kimberly Kim (2006, 2009)

 

Longest Span Between Victories

2 years — JoJo Robertson (1995, 1997); Tiffany Joh (2006, 2008)

 

Course

 

Longest Course

6,453 yards — Santa Ana G.C., Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M., 1999

 

Shortest Courses

5,802 yards — Tam O’Shanter G.C. (Hills Course), Canton, Ohio, 1994

5,802 yards — Kapalua (Hawaii) G.C. (Bay Course), 1998

 

Most Often Host Club

2 — Center Square (Pa.) G.C. (1980, 1997)

 

Entries

 

Largest

1,085 (1986)

Smallest

658 (1978)

 

Match Play

 

Largest Winning Margin, 18-Hole Match

9 and 7 — Lori Castillo d. Ginger Fulton, second round, Center Square (Pa.) G.C., 1980

9 and 7 — Danielle Ammaccapane d. Tina Becker, first round, SentryWorld G.C., Stevens Point, Wis., 1986

9 and 7 — Sunny Oh d. Jessica Reese, first round, Sunriver (Ore.) Resort (Meadows Course), 2002

9 and 7 — Kimberly Kim d. Mina Harigae, quarterfinals, Walking Stick G.C., Pueblo, Colo., 2006

8 and 7 — Alicia Ogrin d. Susan Thompson, first round, Alvamar G.C., Lawrence, Kan., 1982

8 and 7 — Tracy Hanson d. Nicole Jeray, quarterfinals, Birdwood G.C., Charlottesville, Va., 1991

8 and 7 — Sheila Luginbuel d. Gina Glodowski, first round, Indian Canyon G.C., Spokane, Wash., 1989

 

Largest Winning Margin, Final (18 Holes)

6 and 5 — Danielle Ammaccapane d. Kristie Kolacny, Flanders Valley G.C. (Red and Blue nines), Flanders, N.J., 1985

6 and 4 — Jill McGill d. Heidi Voorhees, Tam O’Shanter G.C., Canton, Ohio, 1994

5 and 4 — Kelly Fuiks d. Diana Schwab, Myrtlewood G.C. (Palmetto Course), Myrtle Beach, S.C., 1978

5 and 4 — Cathy Mockett d. Barbara Blanchar, Hyland Hills G.C., Westminster, Colo., 1990

 

Largest Winning Margin, Final (36 Holes)

7 and 6 — Jennifer Song d. Kimberly Kim, Red Tail G.C., Devens, Mass., 2009

6 and 5 — Annie Thurman d. Hwanhee Lee, Sunriver (Ore.) Resort (Meadows Course), 2002

6 and 5 — Tiffany Joh d. Kimberly Kim, Walking Stick G.C., Pueblo, Colo., 2006

 

Longest Match

26 holes — Connie Masterson d. Sara Evens, quarterfinals, Jackson Hole G. & T., Jackson, Wyo., 1993

26 holes — Jennifer Tannehill d. Thuhashini Selvaratnam, second round, Kemper Lakes G.C., Long Grove, Ill., 2001

23 holes — Jill McGill d. Erin O’Neil, semifinals, Tam O’Shanter G.C., Canton, Ohio, 1994

 

Longest Final Match

37 holes — Eun Jung Lee d. Tiffany Chudy, Swope Memorial G.C., Kansas City, Mo., 2005

36 holes — Michelle Wie d. Virada Nirapathpongporn, 1 up, Ocean Hammock G.C., Palm Coast, Fla., 2003

36 holes — Ya-Ni Tseng d. Michelle Wie, 1 up; Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green Course), Williamsburg, Va., 2004

 

Stroke Play

 

Lowest Score, 18 Holes

65 — Brittany Lang, second round, Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green Course), Williamsburg, Va., 2004

66 — Heather Hughes, first round, Haggin Oaks G.C., Sacramento, Calif., 1992

66 — Jill McGill, second round, Tam O’Shanter G.C., Canton, Ohio, 1994

66 — Jessica Reese, second round, Sunriver (Ore.) Resort (Meadows Course), 2002

66 — Jenna Pearson, second round, Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green Course), Williamsburg, Va., 2004

66 — Angela Park, first round, Swope Memorial G.C., Kansas City, Mo., 2005

66 — Hannah Jun, first round, Walking Stick G.C., Pueblo, Colo., 2006

 

Lowest Medalist Score, 36 Holes

135 — Brittany Lang, Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green Course), Williamsburg, Va., 2004

136 — Angela Park and Mari Chun, Swope Memorial G.C., Kansas City, Mo., 2005

137 — Jill McGill, Tam O’Shanter G.C., Canton, Ohio, 1994

137 — Jenna Daniels, Santa Ana G.C., Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M., 1999

137 — Jenna Pearson, Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green Course), Williamsburg, Va., 2004 

137 — Hannah Jun, Walking Stick G.C., Pueblo, Colo., 2006

137 — Mina Harigae, Walking Stick G.C., Pueblo, Colo., 2006

137 — Tiffany Lua, Kearney Hill G.L., Lexington, Ky., 2007

     

Most Times Medalist

2 — Danielle Ammaccapane (1985, 1986)

 

Miscellaneous

 

Holes-In-One

Andrea Meeker, second round, stroke play, 17th hole, Kapalua (Hawaii) G.C. (Bay Course), 1998

Tiffany Joh, second round, match play, 2nd hole, Kearney Hill G.L., Lexington, Ky., 2007

Simone Hoey, first round, match play, 5th hole, Red Tail G.C., Devens, Mass., 2009

Mary Matson, second round, stroke play, 15th hole, Red Tail G.C., Devens, Mass., 2009

 

Double Eagle

Cindy Skilton, first round, stroke play, Ocean Hammock G.C., Palm Coast, Fla., 2003