On Wednesday, September 7, The Broadlands Golf Course in Broomfield hosted a field of 11 first-rate teams, each vying for the same spot in the 2023 U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship.
Golfers from all over the world braved the heat to win the coveted spot. Despite the conditions, the course played perfectly for low scores.
Calli Ringsby (Denver) and Shannon Aubert (France), who were former teammates at Stanford University, ended the day at the top of the leaderboard with a round of 65 (-7).
The duo won the Colorado Amateur Four-Ball qualifier in 2021 and played in the 2022 U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship at The Grand Reserve Golf Club in Puerto Rico. They had a two-day score of two under par, missing the cut into match play by one stroke.
The pair will head to The Home Course in DuPont, Washington in the middle of May hoping the second time’s the charm.
Isabelle Simpson (London, England) and Natalie Vo (San Jose, California) took home the first alternate spot while Malak Bouraeda (Southlake, Texas) and Morgan Miller (Cedar Park, Texas) will be the second alternates. All four golfers are teammates on the University of Colorado, Boulder golf team.
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To view photos from the event, CLICK HERE.