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The LNGA Prepares to Tee Off in Fort Worth

Fort Worth, TX – The Ladies National Golf Association will host its 3rd LNGA Mid-Am & Senior Am October 17-19 at the Golf Club at Champions Circle in Fort Worth, TX. Each championship will have up to 60 players for a total field size of 120. Three rounds will be played in a 54-hole stroke play format:

Tuesday, Oct. 17:          Round 1

Wednesday, Oct. 18:     Round 2

Thursday, Oct. 19:         Final Round

The championships will take place concurrently, and on the 19th, the LNGA will recognize the Mid-Am & Senior Am winners by distributing the Wilma Cups.

“There has been a gap between college graduates and minimum age requirements for most mid-amateur competitions,” said LNGA President Nancy Sebastian. “Lowering our age limit to 23 provides the opportunity for post-collegiate athletes to compete in our Ladies National Golf Association Mid-Amateur Women’s Championship, which is a WAGR event.”

Player Highlights:

Beatriz and Maria Arenas: A mother-daughter pair from Guatemala, Maria is entered in the Mid-Am championship and played for Pepperdine University while Beatriz is entered in the Senior Am Championship and won the 2018 Irish Women’s Open.

Sarah LeBrun Ingram: 57-year-old from Nashville, TN won the Inaugural 2021 LNGA Senior Amateur Championship. Ingram played with the Curtis Cup team three times and is a three-time champion of the U.S. Women’s Mid-Am. She is a member of the Tennessee Golf Hall of Fame.

Gretchen Johnson: 37-year-old from Portland, OR, won the 2022 LNGA Mid-Am Championship and is signed up to compete for the title again. Johnson finished third in the 2023 U.S. Women’s Mid Amateur championship.

Laura McKinney: 42-year-old from Little Rock, AR, is ranked third in the Mid-Am category by the Arkansas State Golf Association. McKinney finished second place last month in the ASGA Women’s Mid-Am/Sr./Super-Sr./Legends Amateur Championship.

Julia Potter-Bobb: 32-year-old golfer from Indiana, is a two-time US Mid-Amateur Champion and the first female left-handed champion in USGA history. Potter-Bobb played in the LNGA’s 93rd Amateur Championship in July 2023 and tied for 7th place.
Meghan Stasi: 45-year-old from Oakland Park, FL, won the inaugural 2021 LNGA Mid-Am Championship and is competing for the title again. Stasi is the youngest to be inducted into the Florida State Golf Association Hall of Fame and holds 17 FSGA titles alone. She coached for Ole Miss women’s golf and has been named 2024 Curtis Cup Captain.

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