Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship announced

The tournament continues at Augusta National Golf Club on Friday.

The Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship will take place the week before next year's Masters. But given the final group brought it home more than 5 hours and 45 minutes after their tee time (2:00 p.m.), play was certainly slow in general on Friday at Augusta National.

"I accept the responsibility with humility, with a determination to pursue the principles established by our founders and I believe fully prepared to lead this organization as we explore new and impactful ways to impact the game of golf".

"We have had a very good relationship, not only with governing bodies but with the other organizations in golf for many years", he said.

The former needs just the Masters to complete the career Grand Slam whilst Justin Rose, who was beaten into second place by Sergio Garcia twelve months ago, arrives at Augusta in fine form and searching for his second major title. I'm going to say "we".

The top 30 players from the United States of America, who are not otherwise qualified, based on the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking followed by the next 30 highest ranked players not otherwise qualified.

Johnson stood firm against mounting pressure and it was not until he stepped down that his successor Billy Payne finally ushered in the first women members in 2012, ending an issue that had reached the White House.

The 54-hole stroke play event will feature an worldwide field of 72 players. Let me just generalize and say "we".

"I had my head banged into the window in front of me and then I was basically just lying flat on the other side because the van flipped over". "I happen to have three daughters, and they all love golf".

This could potentially see some golfers having to make a decision between the two events.

Augusta also announced the event is expected to be televised and tickets for the final round will be made available to fans through a random selection process. "The greatest platform ever for the women's game and great respect for women's golf, which has never really happened from the powers that be in this sport".

  • Stacy Allen