Abbie Lee Rises Up the Leaderboard to Win the Women's Amateur Stroke Play Championship

Abbie Lee walks away with the win at Elizabethtown Country Club.

ELIZABETHTOWN, KY- The 2024 Women’s Stroke Play Championship concluded on Tuesday, June 4, 2024 at Elizabethtown Country Club. Abbie Lee, a rising Senior at Middle Tennessee State University, rose to the occasion on day two of the tournament, shooting 66 (-6), helping her to rise five spots on the leaderboard to ultimately crown her the champion. Lee clocked in 9 birdies to help her secure her #1 spot. 

Reagan Ramage led going into round two after shooting -3, but she ultimately fell short after shooting 71 on Tuesday. Ramage, a rising senior committed to Western Kentucky University, ended the day tied for second alongside Elizabeth Eberle. Eberle, a rising sophomore at Stetson University, finished day two with a score of 71, and she ultimately won the title of runner up after completing a scorecard playoff. 

Net scores were calculated for this championship and Hailey Coleman walked away the winner, shooting -11 after two days. ALexis Haller and Jenna Estravillo also walked away winners of the net category. 

For the super senior division, the gross title was given to Cynthia Powell at 158 (+14). She held a consistent lead over her competitors, Melba Kindervater and Pat Klinglesmith, for the duration of the tournament. Kindervater received a prize for her performance in the net division shooting 146 (+2).


  • The par four 12th hole was the hardest hole for the ladies as it played a whole stroke over par. 

  • The ladies took advantage of the other par fives on the course with scoring averages of -0.40 on hole 4, -0.05 on hole 17, and 0.10 on hole 11.

  • There were 87 birdies throughout the tournament with only one eagle. 

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