The 99th Women’s Texas Amateur is set to return to the University of Texas Golf Club for the second time in its decorated history. The best collegiate players in Texas, the most skilled juniors and proven mid-amateurs and seniors will all put themselves to the test at the most prestigious female amateur championship in the state from July 7-10.

The Women’s Texas Amateur is conducted over four days, with six rounds of golf. The championship begins with an 18-hole, stroke play qualifier. The top-32 players advance to the Championship Match Play Bracket. The rest of the field is divided into match play flights.

From there, the tournament takes on a virtual March Madness-like feel. In match play, it’s one-on-one competition. And, just like the NCAA Tournament, success in the Women’s Texas Amateur carries the same “win or go-home” mentality. It doesn’t matter how a player wins or what total score she shoots. The only thing that counts is beating her opponent and moving on to the next round.

It takes five match play victories over three days to win the Women’s Texas Amateur.

“The Women’s Texas Amateur at UT Golf Club will be a great test of stamina and focus,” Director of Women’s Operations Amy Worthington said. “The TGA is excited to be returning to one of the best golf courses in the state and crown a worthy champion of our most prestigious women’s event on schedule.”

The TGA staff continues to monitor the health and safety guidelines from government officials in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following new strict health guidelines, the TGA has successfully managed three safe and competitive Legends Junior Tour championships and three 111th Texas Amateur qualifiers. The TGA is committed to another safe and successful week at UT Golf Club.

Hanna Alberto of Kingwood won last year’s Women’s Texas Amateur at Bent Tree Country Club. The senior at Sam Houston State displayed brilliant ball-striking and unwavering nerves on her way to a 1-up Championship Match victory against San Antonio’s Faith Summers. Alberto won all four matches comfortably en route to the final match. She only had to play the par-5 18th once. She won 5&4, 3&2, 3&2, and 2-up before closing out the title in the Championship Match.

Since it opened for play in 2003, UT Golf Club has always had a championship pedigree. The Austin-based club hosted the 2010 Women’s Texas Amateur which was won by Texas A&M standout Sarah Zwartynski of Allen. It is the home of the University of Texas Men’s and Women’s golf teams, including the 2012 NCAA Men’s Golf National Champions. The Bechtol Russell design has also hosted NCAA Regional Championships, the Betsy Rawls Invitational and the Legends Junior Tour’s George Hannon Junior Invitational.

Championship golf and champion golfers go hand-in-hand at UT Golf Club. Over the years, the club has welcomed some of the highest profile players in the game of golf. These include 3-time major champion Jordan Spieth, PGA Tour winners Dylan Frittelli, Cody Gribble and Jhonattan Vegas, 2019 Korn Ferry Tour Player of the Year Scottie Scheffler, 2017 U.S. Women’s Amateur Champion Sophia Schubert and the 13th ranked female amateur in the world Kaitlyn Papp.

Once again, UT Golf Club will welcome some of the best players in Texas. Follow this year’s Women’s Texas Amateur at for up-to-date news and information, including live scoring and daily recaps, as well as starting times and pairings. Also, visit the TGA’s feeds on Facebook and Twitter.

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