Winner: U.S. Women’s Mid-Am
Winner: Michigan Women’s Mid-Am
Semifinalist: Michigan Women’s Amateur
Dinh, 31, who played college golf at Wisconsin, has cleaned up in recent years in Michigan, winning the 2021 Michigan Women’s Amateur as the oldest player in the field and adding two of the past four state mid-am titles. She took it national this year with the U.S. Women’s Mid-Am title at Stonewall in Elverson, Pennsylvania.
Winner: AGA Women’s Championship
Quarterfinalist: U.S. Women’s Mid-Am
Top 5: Virginia Women’s Amateur
A mainstay on our women’s mid-am first team, Greenlief won a mid-am title against a national field and made another deep run in the U.S. Women’s Mid-Am.
Runner-up: Ladies National Golf Association Mid-Am
Semifinalist: U.S. Women’s Mid-Am
Top 10: The Farrell
Johnson, 37, who has a background that includes marathons and speed golf, posted four top-10 results in as many starts this season.
Winner: Belgian International Amateur
Runner-Up: European Women’s Mid-Amateur
Low Amateur: Belgian Ladies Open
At age 27, Manche was the oldest player competing in last week’s World Amateur Team Championships after a solid season on the European continent. She added a round-of-16 appearance in the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur after tying for fifth in the stroke-play qualifying.
Winner: European Women’s Mid-Am
Winner: Hessenmeisterschaften Damen
Top 5: German National Amateur
In addition to her victories in Europe, Oppenheimer, the founder of the eco-conscious women’s golf clothing brand Ocean Meets Green, advanced to the round of 32 in the U.S. Women’s Mid-Am.
Winner: Ladies National Golf Association Mid-Am
Top 10: LNGA Amateur
Round of 64: U.S. Women’s Mid-Am
The two-time U.S. Women’s Mid-Am winner and director of business operations and membership at Indiana Golf won the LNGA Mid-Am and then had a strong showing against younger competition at the LNGA Amateur. The lefty also reached match play in the U.S. Women’s Mid-Am.
Round of 64: U.S. Women’s Am
Top 5: The Farrell
Rogowicz gets a tip of the cap for the increasingly rare feat of making match play in the U.S. Women’s Am and U.S. Women’s Mid-Am. She also had a nice finish in The Farrell, which features some of the top women’s mid-amateurs in the game.
Winner: Ulster Women’s Stroke Play
Runner-Up: European Women’s Mid-Am
Top 5: Welsh Women’s Open Stroke Play
Ross, a 28-year-old chemical engineer and manager at pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca, rarely competed beyond the British Isles because of work demands. She qualified for match play in the U.S. Women’s Mid-Am.
Runner-Up: Welsh Women’s Open Stroke Play
Top 5: Scottish Women’s Open
Top 5: St. Rule Trophy
Saxton distinguished herself in some of the British Isles’ top women’s amateur events, with four consecutive top-five results in a seven-week span in the summer.
Greer, South Carolina
Runner-Up: Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur
Runner-Up: Women’s Southern Golf Association Mid-Am
Woodard, a two-time Southern Conference champion at Furman (née Turner) and prolific winner over the years in her native Palmetto State, got shut out in the game’s biggest events this year, but she gave it quite a run. After top-10s early in the year at the Jones-Doherty Women’s Amateur and the AGA Women’s Amateur, she finished runner-up in four mid-am events in the U.S. and Canada.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Runner-Up: U.S. Women’s Mid-Am
Quarterfinalist: Utah Women’s State Amateur
Winner: Abierto Luganita CC
Winner: Torneo Amateur CCC
Runner-Up: Campeonata Nacional Match Play
María José Hurtado
Runner-Up: Abierto Las Brisas de Santo Domingo
Top 5: Abierto Hacienda Chicureo
Top 10: Aberto Sul Brasileiro
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Winner: Virginia Women’s Mid-Am
Top 5: Women’s Open of Virginia
Winner: Championnat de France Coupe Gaveau
Winner: Internationaux de France Mid-Amateur Women
Winner: Coupe Didier Illouz
Kimberly Dinh, Lauren Greenlief, Gretchen Johnson, Alena Oppenheimer, Julia Potter-Bobb, Jackie Rogowicz, Jessica Ross
COURTESY CELINE MANCHE
TOM DULAT, R&A VIA GETTY IMAGES
DARREN CARROLL, USGA