|Championship Venue||Black Bear Golf Club (Parker, CO)|
|Architects||Black Bear: Jeff Brauer, 1996|
|Dates of Championship||July 5 – 7, 2023|
|Schedule of Play||Tee times beginning at 7:30am|
|Field Size||84 Players|
|Eligibility||Championship Division:There will be no flights within this division. All registered players within the division compete against each other for Gross prizes. The State Women’s Stroke Play Champion will be awarded from this division. Estimated Yardage: 6200 +Handicap Index Recommendation: 9.0 or below |
Mid-Amateur Division (25 years or older):There will be no flights within this division. All registered players within the division compete against each other for Gross prizes. The State Women’s Mid-Amateur Stroke Play Champion will be awarded from this division.
Estimated Yardage: 5800 – 6000
Handicap Index Recommendation: 15.0 or below
Age Limit: Must be 25 years or older on or before July 5.
Flighted Division: Competitors are pre-flighted by playing handicap. The committee will determine flight size based on player numbers and handicap spread. Gross and Net prizes awarded within each flight.
Estimated Yardage: 5500 – 5700
Estimated Yardage: 5300 – 5500 (If needed, based on division player numbers and handicap spread)
Handicap Index Max: 30.0
|Entries Open/Close||May 8 (Open), June 27 (Close)|
|2022 Championship Recap||Boulder’s Kelsey Webster remains on a roll, fending off defending champ Leigha Devine for CGA Women’s Stroke Play title; Erin Houtsma wins Women’s Mid-Am for second time, this one at her home course. Read More|
|Notable Past Champions in the Field||Defending Stroke Play Champion: Kelsey Webster (Colorado National Golf Course, 2022) |
Defending Mid-Amateur Stroke Play Champion: Erin Houtsma (Colorado National Golf Course, 2022)
|What the Winners Receive||-Crystal Trophies|
-CGA Gold Medals
-Championship Exemptions (See Exemption Sheet)