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Women’s TRANS National Golf Association

 

86th Women’s Trans National Golf Association

2016 TRANS AMATEUR CHAMPION
BETHANY WU, Diamond Bar, CA


CLICK HERE for FINAL SCORES

 

2016 WOMEN’S TRANS NATIONAL GOLF ASSOCIATION
FOUR-BALL CHAMPIONS
KIM EATON, MESA, ARIZONA
LEIGH KLASSE, SURPRISE, ARIZONA

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CLICK HERE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES

    2016 marked our 25th anniversary…our Four-Ball Championship celebrated with a wonderful evening fiesta under the Arizona skies. All 120 ladies were present to raise their glasses to another 25 years including one team of two who have not missed a year playing in this event.

Barbara Astorg and Marge Dorsey have supported this championship from year one and return each year to meet and greet old friends and find new friends.

 Coming in 2017

July 10 – 14, 2017 Trans Amateur Championship
Mid Pines Inn and Golf Club
Southern Pines, NC

Our last visit to Mid Pines found us in the company of a remarkable woman,
Peggy Kirk Bell. We will miss her in 2017. Click here for more about this amazing woman.  

    

 April 24 – 27, 2017 Trans Four-Ball Championship
Temecula Creek Inn
Temecula, California

The 2016 TRANS Annual is spectacular.
Thank you Wilma Gilliland for this, your swansong edition.
Your devotion to this publication has been incredible.

USGA MUSEUM COLLECTION

    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.