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for the 2017 Connecticut State Team
The USGA Women's State Team Championship grew out of the Association's Centennial Celebration in 1995. Each state is represented by non-collegiate, amateur golfers and the event is held every two years. SNEWGA and CWGA have developed a selection process to choose the team that will represent Connecticut in the USGA Women’s Team Championship. The next USGA Women’s Team Championship will be held in 2017 at The Club at Las Campanas in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Connecticut residents will accumulate points over a two-year period. Selection will be based on a two-year point total equaling the sum of 25% of the player’s earned points during the first year (2016) and 75% of the player’s earned points during the second year (2017). Year one begins with any qualifying tournament as listed below that occurs after the team has been selected for the previous championship and continues through August. Dates may vary slightly each year based on the USGA deadline for submission of the state team.
Points will be awarded to the top amateur players residing in CT as below.
In the event that two or more players tie, the points for the places will be added and divided equally. For example, if two players tie for 7th place at the CT Open, each player would be awarded 35 points (add points for both 7th & 8th place and divide by two).
CT Women’s Open and CT State Amateur
points awarded to top 10 CT amateurs
CWGA Championship; SNEWGA Championship; NEWGA Championship
points awarded to
top 5 CT amateurs
CT Tournament of Champions; Women's Metropolitan Amateur Golf Championship; WMGA Stroke Play Championship
points awarded to
top 4 CT amateurs
USGA Events (Amateur; Mid-Amateur; Public Links; Senior Amateur; Junior Amateur; U.S. Open)
points will be
CT amateurs as follows:
For each level of play that the player advances in subsequent events that she has qualified for, she will receive 50 points (e.g., 50 points for each round of match play, 50 points for additional qualifying for match play).
Site Qualifying is considered the first round of the event. A player earns the points for the highest level reached. Local and Sectional qualifiers are considered separate events. For each level of play that the player advances, including each round of match play, she will receive 50 points.
Players should notify the committee about results in events the committee would
not be monitoring in due course of its
The State Team Selection Committee will use this point system
as a guideline. Additional intangible
factors also will be part of the selection process including, but not limited
Revised: July 2016
Past USGA State Team Players for Connecticut