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2014 TRANS Amateur Championship

The Members Club at Woodcreek
Elgin, South Carolina
July 29 – August 1, 2014


Everyone enjoyed
the Welcome Buffet.
Click here to see some photos.


A 2 hour and 25 minutes rain delay is over
and our players are back out on a very wet course
hoping for no rain drops!

Round 4

Amateur Medalist:  142   August Kim, St Augustine, FL
Senior Medalist:  158  Mary Kay Zordani, Chicago, IL
Junior Medalist:  150  Carly Burkhardt, Greenville, SC
Mid Am Medalist:  158  Mary Kay Zordani, Chicago, IL
Howell Team Medalist:  291  Purdue University
149  Ashley Yarbrough, Akron, OH
142  August Kim, St. Augustine, FL
Hole-in-One: Rachel Moore,194 Yard, #12, 4 Wood
Hole-in-One: Kelli Murphy, 160 Yard, #15, 5 Iron 




 Woodcreek    World renowned golf course designer Tom Fazio has skillfully molded the unique Midlands environment and topography into a scenic, challenging course that reveals more of its subtleties each time you play. Winding through hardwoods, wetlands, hills and valleys, Woodcreek is a natural beauty.
      You will encounter dazzling displays of wildflowers, natural streams and lakes. Strolling through the Pecan Grove between holes 16 and 17, you will experience the powerful and unmistakable presence of Nature itself, as if you have stepped back in time…or out of it…into a place of absolute stillness.
     Even though the course sits in a residential development, the setbacks are such that you never feel as though you are playing through back yards. Each hole sits on its own and you feel like you are the only group on the golf course.
      Woodcreek’s serenity and tranquility lets you concentrate on your game, enjoy the company of friends and experience the essence of the sport…the way it was meant to be played.

The winner of the 2014 Harder Hall is none other than a TRANS Associate Director. CLICK HERE TO CHECK THIS OUT!


2014 Outside Cover 100 

To place an advertisement in the 2015 TRANS Annual,


    united-states-golf-association The Trans takes great pride in our collection of scrapbooks, minutes, record books, films, photographs…name it, we have it. When the USGA asked associations such as the Trans for records to become a part of the permanent USGA Museum Collection, we delivered.
     Our TRANS donation is now a part of this collection; it will be digitized in 2014 and made available to the many researchers who use the USGA resources annually when the need arises. The USGA hopes to utilize the digital images through a web-based exhibit that will highlight women and golf which could potentially be seen by golf fans around the globe through the Museum’s digital and media programs.
     Thank You to the women, like our own Wilma Gilliland, for preserving our past and present and for making us aware of our responsibility to continue.  Wilma is the editor-in-chief of the Trans annual; the 2014 edition is remarkable, as usual!  The Trans accepted a certificate from the USGA acknowledging our contribution. CLICK HERE  to view it. We will keep you informed on the progress of this achievement.