Amateur & Mid-Amateur Women’s Championships
Defending Women’s Champion: Christina Proteau
Defending Mid-Amateur Champion: Christina Proteau
The inaugural BC Amateur Women’s Championship for the Flumerfelt Cup was held at Victoria Golf Club in 1905.
The BC Women’s Championship is a 72-hole gross stroke play competition with a cut after 36 holes to top 40 and ties (based on a field of 60).
There is a handicap competition which consists of a 54-hole net stroke play with no cut.
The BC Mid-Amateur Women’s Championship is a 54-hole gross stroke play competition with no cut and includes The Master-40 Division for players aged 40 and older as of the first day of the competition.
Zone and Club Team competitions are held coincidentally with the first and second round of the BC Amateur and Mid-Amateur Women’s Championships. The Zone Team gross and net competition use the combined 36-hole gross and net scores for each zone team member. The Zone Team consists of players who are chosen by each zone in advance of the provincial championship.
Two-woman club teams are selected after the second round by taking the two players with the lowest gross score from each club with two or more competitors and the two players with the lowest net score from each club with two or more competitors.
Entries for the BC Amateur Women’s Championship are open to female amateur golfers. Entries for the BC Mid-Amateur Women’s are open to female amateur golfers 25 years of age and older as of July3, 2012. The field will be open to a maximum of 96 competitors – 60 for the Amateur Women’s and 36 for the Mid-Amateur, with exemptions for 16 Zone Team Members.
Tournament information, registration and scoring are now also available on your iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry smartphones:
Date: July 3 to 6, 2012
Time: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Location: Christina Lake Golf Club, Christina Lake
Cost: Registration opens March 1st and as not fully subscribed on initial close date of June 4th, has been extended to June 18th.