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Tennessee Women's Four-Ball Championship


Event History


The first Tennessee Women's Four-Ball Championship was played in 1996 at Bent Creek Golf Resort in Gatlinburg.  Shelley K. Anderson and Melanie Gray won the inaugural event, and Anderson went on to win four additional championships in 2001, 2003, 2004, and 2005.


Event Records


Multiple Winners (with same partners):

Paula Carter and Katie Gallina (2)--1999, 2000

Shelley K. Anderson and Evelyn Blackmon (2)--2004, 2005

Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk (2)--2006, 2007


Multiple Winners (with different partners):

Shelley K. Anderson and Melanie Gray--1996

Shelley K. Anderson and Leigh Ann Jones--2001

Shelley K. Anderson and Jane Gatlin--2003

Melanie Gray Walker and Kimberly Redding--1998

Lisa Jones and Connie Day--1997

Lisa Jones and Catherine Carroll--2002


Tournament Records:

Most championships as a team: 2, Paula Carter and Katie Gallina in 1999 and 2000, Shelley K. Anderson and Evelyn Blackmon in 2004 and 2005, and Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 and 2007

Most championships with multiple partners: 5, Shelley K. Anderson in 1996, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005

Most consecutive championships as a team: 2, Paula Carter and Katie Gallina in 1999 and 2000, Shelley K. Anderson and Evelyn Blackmon in 2004 and 2005, and Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 and 2007

Most consecutive championships with multiple partners: 3, Shelley K. Anderson in 2003, 2004, 2005

Most runner-up finishes as a team: 2, Beverly Pearce and Maggie Scott in 1998 and 2005

Most runner-up finishes with multiple partners: 5, Maggie Scott in 1998, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2011

Lowest score, 36-holes: 129, Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 at Brentwood Country Club

Lowest score, 36-holes (based on par): 129 (-13), Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 at Brentwood Country Club

Lowest score, 18-holes: 62, Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 at Brentwood Country Club (second round)

Lowest score, 18-holes (based on par): 62 (-9), Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 at Brentwood Country Club (second round)

Lowest score, first 18-holes: 66, Shelley K. Anderson and Melanie Gray in 1996 at Bent Creek, Kimberly Redding and Melanie Gray Walker in 1998 at Willow Creek, Paula Carter and Katie Gallina in 1999 at Colonial Country Club--North, Cherry Bevis and Lauren McAfee in 2001 at Willow Creek, Shelley K. Anderson and Evelyn Blackmon in 2005 at Cherokee Country Club, Carole Fuller and Jean Roise in 2012 at Johnson City Country Club

Lowest score, last 18-holes: 62, Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 at Brentwood Country Club

Lowest 18-hole final round by winner: 62, Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 at Brentwood Country Club

Largest winning margin: 11 strokes, Dawn Woodard and Jamie Woolfolk in 2006 at Brentwood Country Club

Youngest player to win championship: Sam Burrus in 2013 at Council Fire Golf Club (18 years, 7 months, 27 days)

Most times host club of championship: 2, Pickwick in 1997 and 2002, Willow Creek in 1998 and 2001, and Cherokee Country Club in 2005 and 2010

Largest entry: 95 teams in 2007 at Lookout Mountain


Records courtesy of Gene Pearce from The Tennessee Golf Almanac & Record Book for 2014

     




       


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