BOERNE The 2019 Women’s Texas Pinehurst will be played Nov. 11-12 at Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort.

On Nov. 4, 2017, Tapatio Springs lost its beautiful, 23,000 square-foot clubhouse to a catastrophic fire. It happened one day prior to hosting the 2017 Women’s Texas Pinehurst. The resort quickly sprang into action to rebuild the clubhouse and restore the Hill Country resort to a 5-star experience. The brand-new clubhouse opened on Oct. 1 and boasts a new dining room, bar, pro shop and fitness center.

Despite the devastating fire two years ago, the 18-hole championship golf course has stood the test of time. It underwent a $2 million renovation in 2015, led by renowned golf course architect Tripp Davis. The course is surrounded by live oak trees and rolls through the Texas Hill Country providing incredible views throughout the unique design.  Golf Inc. Magazine named it one of the most improved public courses in the nation.

“With the new clubhouse, facilities and the golf course in great shape right now, we are excited to host the Women’s Texas Pinehurst,” Tapatio Springs Director of Golf David Murrah said. “We’re proud to be able to partner with the TGA to host it and put on a great event.”

Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort has played host to many TGA events including the 2019 Texas Shamble on Nov. 1-3. TGA Director of Women’s Operations Amy Worthington is looking forward to bringing the Women’s Texas Pinehurst back to the Hill Country.

“We are extremely excited to be coming back to Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort,” Worthington said. “It was unfortunate it couldn’t happen two years ago, but this will be great to expose some of the best women golfers in Texas to the newly improved Tapatio Springs.” 

The Women’s Texas Pinehurst has a starting field of 50 teams (100 players). Scheduled for 36 holes of Chapman Stroke Play, also known as the Pinehurst Format, each player will hit their own tee shot. Next, the player will hit from their partner’s ball and vice versa. After the second shot, the partners select which ball they wish to score. Once they have chosen the ball, the team will play alternate shot until the ball is holed. The field will be preflight based on combined Handicap Indexes.

At the 2018 Women’s Texas Pinehurst Melissa Loh and Nancy Beck of Dallas carded back-to-back rounds of 1-over 72 to win by one stroke at Walnut Creek Country Club. The duo began the final round one-shot behind Joanna Davis and Marian Barker, who won the 2017 Women’s Texas Pinehurst. Loh and Beck played steady golf in the final round and leap-frogged the defending champions to secure the victory by one.

This year’s field includes another strong contingent of Texas women golfers. It includes the 2017 Champions Joanna Davis and Marian Barker, Cherri and Jan Rapp, among a host of other great players.

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