Four state golf titles were decided this week at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton.
Alice Duan of Seattle shot rounds of 75-69-70 to win the 27th Washington Women’s Amateur on Thursday, and Victoria Fallgren of Spokane won the 11th Washington Women’s Mid-Amateur. Leslie Folsom of Tukwila captured the 21st Washington Senior Women’s Amateur, and Kris Adams of Lake Tapps won the seventh Washington Super Senior Women’s Amateur on Wednesday.
Duan, who recently finished her career at Washington, was the only player in the field to finish the 54-hole championship under par, and was the only player to shoot in red figures in the final round.
• Work was completed in June on the major renovation project at Sand Point Country Club by noted golf architect David McLay Kidd, architect of famous courses Bandon Dunes on the Oregon coast and Gamble Sands in Brewster. Work involved building some new greens, expanding or remodeling others, adding and remodeling bunkers plus expanding some fairways. The Sand Point improvements have been “well received,” according to Sand Point General Manager Owen Westervelt.
• OL Reign said that midfielder Kelcie Hedge tore her ACL during training Wednesday, ending her run at the NWSL Challenge cup.