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2021 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Fast FactsBerkeley Hall Club (North Course), Bluffton, S.C.

Lauren Greenlief, in 2015, became the youngest champion in U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship history. (USGA/Matt Sullivan)
   
   
Championship Venue Berkeley Hall Club, Bluffton, S.C.
Opened 2001 (North Course)
Architect Tom Fazio
Dates of Championship September 25-30
Field 132 Competitors
Yardage/Par 6,246 yards/Par 72
Course/Slope Rating 76.8/142
Entries Accepted 414
Eligibility Open to any female golfer who has reached her 25th birthday by September 25 and whose Handicap Index does not exceed 9.4.
Qualifying Qualifying over 18 holes was held between Aug. 9 and Sept. 2 at 32 sites, including one in Mexico.
2020 Championship The 2020 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur was canceled due to health concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic.
2019 Championship Ina Kim-Schaad, 35, of New York, N.Y., the runner-up in the 2000 U.S. Girls' Junior who returned to competitive golf in 2016 after an 11-year hiatus, defeated fellow New York City resident Talia Campbell, 3 and 2, in the 18-hole final at Forest Highlands Golf Club in Flagstaff, Ariz. To read more, click here.
Quotable "I’m sure it will sink in tonight or maybe later in the week, but it’s pretty amazing. The women I got to play with this week have been amazing. The golf course was amazing. It’s just a pretty surreal experience overall.” -- Ina Kim-Schaad
Exempt Players (25) Megan Buck (2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur quarterfinalist; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Talia Campbell (2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur runner-up)
Kelsey Chugg (2017 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion; 2018 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur runner-up)
Amy Ellertson (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Stephanie Gelleni Joly (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Lauren Greenlief (2015 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion; 2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur semifinalist; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Mary Jane Hiestand (2017 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur runner-up; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Amanda Jacobs (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Shannon Johnson (2018 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Kim Keyer-Scott (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Ina Kim-Schaad (2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Andrea Kosa (2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur quarterfinalist)
Judith Kyrinis (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Martha Leach (Amateur returning lowest 72-hole score from 2021 U.S. Senior Women's Open; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Courtney McKim (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Michelle Parrish (2018 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur semifinalist; 2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur quarterfinalist)
Ellen Port (2011 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion; Amateur returning lowest 72-hole score in 2021 U.S. Senior Women's Open; Runner-up in 2021 U.S. Senior Women's Amateur; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Julia Potter-Bobb (2013, 2016 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Margaret Starosto (2014 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion)
Meghan Stasi (2010, 2012 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion; 2019 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur semifinalist; Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Lara Tennant (2018, 2019 and 2021 U.S. Senior Women's Amateur champion)
Heather Wall (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Corey Weworski (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Dawn Woodard (Top 30 age-eligible points leader in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking)
Hole by Hole BERKELEY HALL (North Course)
Hole 1:
352 yards (par 4)
Hole 2: 495 yards (par 5)
Hole 3: 383 yards (par 4)
Hole 4: 354 yards (par 4)
Hole 5: 368 yards (par 4)
Hole 6: 173 yards (par 3)
Hole 7: 507 yards (par 5)
Hole 8: 132 yards (par 3)
Hole 9: 370 yards (par 4)
OUT: 3,134 yards (par 36)
Hole 10: 494 yards (par 5)
Hole 11: 347 yards (par 4)
Hole 12: 312 yards (par 4)
Hole 13: 366 yards (par 4)
Hole 14: 152 yards (par 3)
Hole 15: 520 yards (par 5)
Hole 16: 137 yards (par 3)
Hole 17: 373 yards (par 4)
Hole 18: 411 yards (par 4)
IN: 3,112 yards (par 36)
TOTAL: 6,246 yards (par 72)
Notable Events at Berkeley Hall Club 2005 USGA Men's State Team (Texas)
2005 USGA  Women's State Team (Georgia)
2012 Players Amateur (Daniel Nesbit)
2013 Players Amateur (Hunter Stewart)
2014 Players Amateur (Scott Vincent)
2015 Players Amateur (Matt NeSmith)
2016 Players Amateur (Cheng Jin)
2017 Players Amateur (Philip Knowles)
2018 Players Amateur (John Augenstein)
2019 Players Amateur (Spencer Ralston)
Past U.S. Women's Mid-Amateurs in South Carolina (1) 2003: Long Cove Club, Hilton Head Island (Amber Marsh)
Notable U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Champions Martha Lang (1988); Carol Semple Thompson (1990, 1997); Sarah LeBrun Ingram (1991, 1993-94); Ellen Port (1995-96, 2000, 2011); Virginia Derby Grimes (1998) Meghan Stasi (2006-07, 2010, 2012); Martha Leach (2009); Julia Potter-Bobb (2013, 2016); Margaret Starosto (2014); Lauren Greenlief (2015); Kelsey Chugg (2017)
Notable U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Runners-up Pat Cornett (1987); Page Marsh Lea (1989-90); Martha Lang (1991); Carol Semple Thompson (1992); Brenda Corrie Kuehn (1995); Mina Hardin (2001); Ellen Port (2002); Virginia Derby Grimes (2004); Laura Coble (2009); Margaret Starosto (2013, 2015); Julia Potter-Bobb (2014); Kelsey Chugg (2018)
Schedule of Play Saturday, Sept. 25 (Stroke Play, Round 1, 18 holes)
Sunday, Sept. 26 (Stroke Play, Round 2, 18 holes)
Monday, Sept. 27 (Round of 64, match play)
Tuesday, Sept. 28 (Round of 32/Round of 16, match play)
Wednesday, Sept. 29 (Quarterfinals/Semifinals, match play)
Thursday, Sept. 30 (Championship Match, 18 holes)
What Winner Receives -a gold medal
-custody of the Mildred Prunaret Trophy for one year
-exemption into the 2022 U.S. Women's Open (must be an amateur)
-exemption into the next 10 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateurs
-exemption into the next two U.S. Women's Amateurs
Match-Play Cut The low 64 scorers from stroke play will qualify for match play. If necessary, a playoff will be conducted to determine the final spots in the draw.
Future Sites Sept. 17-22, 2022: Fiddlesticks Country Club (Long Mean Course), Fort Myers, Fla.