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Team Champions

Team Champions 1977 - 2007
Date Winner Score Site Entry
1977 (June-July) Phoenix, Ariz. 472 Yahara Hills G.C., Madison, Wis. 21
1978 (June-July) Miami, Fla. 459 Myrtlewood G.C., (Palmetto Course), Myrtle Beach, S.C. 20
1979 (June-July) Chicago, Ill. 461 Braemar G.C., Edina, Minn. 18
1980 (June) Chicago, Ill. 459 Center Square G.C., Center Square, Pa. 21
1981 (June) Phoenix, Ariz. 473 Emerald Valley G.C., Creswell, Ore. 20
1982 (June) Portland, Ore. 476 Alvamar G.C., Lawrence, Kan. 22
1983 (June) Chicago, Ill. 297 Ala Wai G.C., Honolulu, Hawaii. 28
1984 (June) Athens, Ga. 308 Meadowbrook G.C., Rapid City, S.D. 32
1985 (June) Phoenix, Ariz. 300 Flanders Valley G.C., Flanders, N.J. (Red and Blue nines) 31
1986 (June) Phoenix, Ariz. 309 SentryWorld G.C., Stevens Point, Wis. 31
1987 (June) Miami, Fla. 303 Cog Hill G. & C.C., (No. 4 Course),
Lemont, Ill.
30
1988 (June) Tulsa, Okla. 291 Page Belcher G.C., Tulsa, Okla. 32
1989 (June) Phoenix, Ariz. 288 Indian Canyon G.C., Spokane, Wash. 33
1990 (June) Albuquerque, N.M. 305 Hyland Hills G.C., Westminster, Colo. §36
1991 (June) Spokane, Wash. 290 Birdwood G.C., Charlottesville, Va §36
1992 (June) Sacramento, Calif. 289 Haggin Oaks G.C., Sacramento, Calif. 30
1993 (June) Cocoa Beach, Fla. 304 Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis, Jackson, Wyo. 35
1994 (June) Miami, Fla. 289 Tam O'Shanter G.C., Canton, Ohio 32
1995 (June) Los Angeles, Calif. 293 Hominy Hill G.C., Colts Neck, N.J. 31
1996 (June) Murietta, Calif. 285 Spencer T. Olin Community G.C., Alton, Ill. 33
1997 (June) Murietta, Calif. 298 Center Square G.C., Center Square, Pa. 31
1998 (June) Miami, Fla. 304 Kapalua G.C. (Bay Course), Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii 34
1999 (June) Bonita, Calif. 286 Santa Ana G.C., Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M. 34
2000 (July) Murrieta, Calif. 283• Legacy Golf Links Aberdeen, N.C. 29
2001 (June) Honolulu, Hawaii 302 Kemper Lakes G.C., Long Grove, Ill. 32
2002 (June) Sacramento, Calif. 293 Sunriver Resort Sunriver, Ore. 32
2003 (June) Murietta, Calif. 291 Ocean Hammock C.C., Palm Coast, Fla. 32
2004 (June) Bolingbrook, Ill 284 Golden Horseshoe G.C. (Green) Williamsburg, Va. 34
2005 (July) Conyers, Ga. 285 Swope Memorial G.C., Kansas City, Mo. 35
2006 (June) Murrieta, Calif. *287 Walking Stick G.C., Pueblo, Colo. 35
2007 (June) Glendale, Mo . 290 Kearney Hill Golf Links, Lexington, Ky. 36

* - Won hole in playoff with San Jose, Calif. (2006)
- Record team total (2000)
§ - Record entry (1990, 1991)

 

 
Championship Facts

Women's Amateur Public Links

PAR AND YARDAGE – Erin Hills Golf Course will play at 6,178 yards and a par of 36-37—73.

COURSE SET-UP – The championship setup will result in a USGA Course Rating® of 75.8 and a Slope Rating® of 130.

Teeing ground – Height of grass – .45 of an inch
Fairways and approaches – Height of grass – ½ inch
Putting green collars – Height of grass – one mower width at .45 of an inch
Putting greens – The greens will have a speed of 10.5 feet on the USGA Stimpmeter
Intermediate rough – Height of grass – 1 ½ inches
Primary rough – Height of grass – The graduated rough (fescue) will feature 2½-3 inches for the first cut and 3½-4 inches for the second cut.

SCHEDULE OF PLAY

Monday and Tuesday, June 16-17 – Qualifying, 18 holes, stroke play (field of 156 reduced to the lowest 64 players, who advance to match play).
Wednesday, June 18 – First round, 18 holes, match play.
Thursday, June 19 – Second and third round, 18 holes, match play.
Friday, June 20 – Quarterfinals and semifinals, 18 holes, match play.
Saturday, June 21 – Final, 36 holes, match play. Award ceremony following play.

ADMISSION – Admission is free. Tickets are not needed for this USGA championship, and spectators are encouraged to attend.

ARCHITECTS – Ron Whitten, Michael Hurdzon and Dana Fry collaborated to design Erin Hills Golf Course, which opened in 2006.

ABOUT ERIN HILLS – Robert Lang purchased the property in 1999 and a year later, he invited Whitten, Hurdzon and Fry out to look at the landscape with the hope of building a golf course. The natural setting proved to be perfect for a championship layout. Construction began in September 2004 and completed in 2006. The course had such potential that the USGA awarded the 2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship before it opened to the public. This past February, the USGA awarded Erin Hills a second championship, the 2011 U.S. Amateur.

 

 

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