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Day Two - Competition Continues!
Day two of the Women’s South Carolina Golf Association Amateur Championship and State Division Championships at Dataw Island’s Cotton Dike course has drawn to a soggy close, with another day of excellent competition despite on-again, off-again showers throughout the day. With a total of nearly 8 inches of rain being reported over the course of less than a week, pond levels are high and the greens are rolling slow. Clarissa Childs, WSCGA Director, was thankful to not have lightning delays today despite the many systems the skirted around Dataw Island. “We’ve been joking that Dave Britton, Dataw’s Director of Golf, is Moses today! We can’t believe how lucky we’ve been that the thunderstorms have all seemed to pass right by us. It’s like he has parted the skies for us to play through.” Surprisingly, the players even enjoyed some spurts of sun between the showers, and they did not seem to allow the rain to dampen their spirits as the continued the fight to the top spots in South Carolina. In the Amatuer Championship field, it’s 1, 2, 3 over par in first, second, and third places. Jodee Tindal (Rock Hill Country Club) continues to lead the Amateur Championship field shooting 73 today for a two-day total of one-over par, just one stroke ahead of second place. Dawn Woodard (Thornblade Club) shot a 72 to close the gap to just one stroke, with a two-day total of two-over par. And in third, at three-over-par, is Sophia Burnett (Colleton River Club) who also shot a 72. Pam Prescott (Pickens Country Club) held onto the lead today in the State Division Championship, shooting a 73 for a two-day total of eight-over par. Renee Rezzetano (Hampton Hall) also maintained her slot in second-place, with 14-over. Leigh Coulter (Ft. Jackson Country Club) slid to 5th, with Natalie Huff (Woodlands) and Suzy Ellison (Woodlands Country Club) moving up to hold a third place tie. The Women’s South Carolina Golf Association (WSCGA) exists to promote and serve the best interests of women’s golf in South Carolina. Founded in 1949, the non-profit WSCGA membership is made up of more than 275 South Carolina Golf Clubs with more than 14,000 women golfers receiving GHIN handicaps. Recognized throughout the United States as one of the premiere Women’s Golf Associations in the country, WSCGA upholds traditions, policies, and high values in regard to the great game of golf. For a full list of players and tee times, please visit the tournament website at: https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/4728108664819337121?fbclid=IwAR0q33PqSFOOro01Opc3e79ziyIjaiC2ir3lchfGwJVxJrSDyei5CQKVcs8 Spectators are welcome; all play will be on Tom Fazio’s Cotton Dike course, with a shotgun start at 9:00 am tomorrow to determine the winners. Please join us in welcoming these athletes to the Lowcountry! ### About Dataw Island Dataw Island is a gated golf, tennis and boating lifestyle community located fifteen minutes outside of historic downtown Beaufort. The island features t






1, 2, 3! Women’s South Carolina Golf Association Amateur Championship – DAY TWO RESULTS

Day two of the Women’s South Carolina Golf Association Amateur Championship and State Division Championships at Dataw Island’s Cotton Dike course has drawn to a soggy close, with another day of excellent competition despite on-again, off-again showers throughout the day. With a total of nearly 8 inches of rain being reported over the course of less than a week, pond levels are high and the greens are rolling slow.

Clarissa Childs, WSCGA Director, was thankful to not have lightning delays today despite the many systems the skirted around Dataw Island. “We’ve been joking that Dave Britton, Dataw’s Director of Golf, is Moses today! We can’t believe how lucky we’ve been that the thunderstorms have all seemed to pass right by us. It’s like he has parted the skies for us to play through.”

Surprisingly, the players even enjoyed some spurts of sun between the showers, and they did not seem to allow the rain to dampen their spirits as the continued the fight to the top spots in South Carolina.

In the Amateur Championship field, it’s 1, 2, 3 over par in first, second, and third places. Jodee Tindal (Rock Hill Country Club) continues to lead the Amateur Championship field shooting 73 today for a two-day total of one-over par, just one stroke ahead of second place. Dawn Woodard (Thornblade Club) shot a 72 to close the gap to just one stroke, with a two-day total of two-over par. And in third, at three-over-par, is Sophia Burnett (Colleton River Club) who also shot a 72.

Pam Prescott (Pickens Country Club) held onto the lead today in the State Division Championship, shooting a 73 for a two-day total of eight-over par. Renee Rezzetano (Hampton Hall) also maintained her slot in second-place, with 14-over. Leigh Coulter (Ft. Jackson Country Club) slid to 5th, with Natalie Huff (Woodlands) and Suzy Ellison (Woodlands Country Club) moving up to hold a third place tie.

The Women’s South Carolina Golf Association (WSCGA) exists to promote and serve the best interests of women’s golf in South Carolina. Founded in 1949, the non-profit WSCGA membership is made up of more than 275 South Carolina Golf Clubs with more than 14,000 women golfers receiving GHIN handicaps. Recognized throughout the United States as one of the premiere Women’s Golf Associations in the country, WSCGA upholds traditions, policies, and high values in regard to the great game of golf.

For a full list of players and tee times, please visit the tournament website at: https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/4728108664819337121?fbclid=IwAR0q33PqSFOOro01Opc3e79ziyIjaiC2ir3lchfGwJVxJrSDyei5CQKVcs8

Spectators are welcome; all play will be on Tom Fazio’s Cotton Dike course, with a shotgun start at 9:00 am tomorrow to determine the winners.

Please join us in welcoming these athletes to the Lowcountry!

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About Dataw Island

Dataw Island is a gated golf, tennis and boating lifestyle community located fifteen minutes outside of historic downtown Beaufort. The island features two recently-renovated golf courses by designers Tom Fazio and Arthur Hills, a tennis center, a community center with workout and massage facilities, three restaurants, a marina, world class croquet lawns, bocce, kayaking, and more. The community has also been ranked the number one best retirement destination in South Carolina by Best Retirement Destinations and is the recipient of the 2017 Bliss Award for “Happiest South Carolina Community” as well as the “2018 Club of the Year” (South Carolina Golf Association) and one of four private clubs named by USTA as an “Outstanding Tennis Facility.”
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