WSCGA Senior Championship
Champion Jayne Pardus
Playing in her first WSCGA Senior Championship, Jayne Pardus showed up to play. Taking the first round lead with a 71, Pardus was determined to hold onto her lead and take her first championship. While warming up and walking back to the cart, Pardus twisted her ankle in a groove off the cart path; however, that didn't stop her from birdieing the first hole of the day. Limping through the first five holes and chipping in for birdie on Hole 6, Pardus received medical treatment on 8 tee to get her ankle taped so she could finish the round. Hole 8 was a 477 yard par 5 that Pardus preceded to knock in the hole from 93 yards for eagle. Giving her a 3 under par on the front leading to a 73 to take the championship with a two day total of 144. Runner-up for the Championship was Natalie Huff from Woodlands Country Club. Huff was a pillar of consistancy today shooting one over on both front and back nine with 3 birdies for a 73, as well. Huff finished 7 shots back of Pardus.
First Flight Champion Lea Anne Brown
Taking the First Flight Championship was Lea Anne Brown from Bulls Bay Golf Club. Brown improved her first day score by 4 shots (75) to tie for the lead and win the scorecard playoff over Leigh Coulter. Coulter birdied the 9th hole to post a 39 on the front and 43 on the back for a second round 82 and a two day total of 154. Finishing 3rd in the First Flight was Kerry Rutan from Yeamans Hall with a 155 and 4th was Beth Coldwell from Grande Dunes Members Club.

The Second Flight Champion was Jeanie Atkinson from Members Club at Woodcreek. Atkinson had 4 birdies on the day and two of them on par 3's in route to her 79 and two day total of 159 and winning the scorecard playoff over Cecelia Barksdale Purvis for the title. Coming in 3rd after a stellar first round of 75 was Julie Snider followed up by Anne Washington in 4th.

Connie Chick from Carolina Lakes Golf Club won the Third Flight with a two day total of 174 to edge out Cheryl Windham by 3 shots. Leah Bohnen from Three Pines Country Club came in 3rd and Florence Country Club's Frankie Garber 4th in the flight.

The Fourth Flight went to Flo Gilson from Seabrook Island Club shooting a 97-91= 188. Three shots back was Rebecca Peterson and continuing her streak of top 5 finishes for the year was Martha Weaver in 3rd and Jean Burns of Golden Hills Golf & CC in 4th.
Legends Champion
Legends Champion Karin Wolfe
Coming off a team win in the Palmetto Cup, Karin Wolfe from Ponderosa Country Club secured her second championship for year and successfully defended her 2018 title. Wolfe squeaked out a one shot victory over Stephanie Van Inwagen from Three Pines Country Club. Wolfe posted a two day score of 82-75=157. Van Inwagen carded 82-76=158 to secure her first place finish in the First Flight. Coming in second just 3 shots back was Betty Jean Armbruster from Carolina Country Club followed by Nancy Dodge and Lynn Holmes in 3rd and 4th place respectively.

Winning the Second Flight and being the only player to break eighty in the flight was Jane Reidy from Barefoot Resort - Dye Club. Reidy posted a 79 on the final day for a two day total of 164. Laura Rawl from Shadowmoss Plantation came in 2nd just 3 shots back with Liz Devons 3rd and Bernice Slezak 4th.

The Third Flight was won by Susan Gauff from Tega Cay Golf and Community. Gauff improved her first round score by 3 shots to take the title in a card off over Wilma Shaw from Golden Hill Golf & Country Club. Finishing 3rd in the flight was Barbara Sobolewski from Indigo Creek Golf Club followed by Darlene Seguin in 4th place.
Wrap Up
Another great venue made it possible to host a fun, competitive, and memorable event. The Caledonia Golf & Fish Club did not disappoint allowing birdies to be made at the same time jumping up and grabbing you with its defenses. Thank you to everyone who came and played. We look forward to seeing you again next year along with everyone else who couldn't make it. Until then...... as Nancy Lopez always says..... "Play Happy."