Emily Bouchard Wins Maine Women’s Amateur Golf Championship

Updated 3 years ago

Entering today, Emily Bouchard of Saco led the Maine Women’s Amateur Championship by five strokes. Rather than play conservatively, she said she wanted to stay aggressive on the course.The conditions at Penobscot Valley Country Club were soggy and wet from start to finish. 17-year old Karli Soracco of Turner entered the day in second. A tough day for her on the greens. She finishes with an 84 and tied for fourth.Finishing the three day-tourney in a tie for second, Ann Probert of Waterville. The 72-year old shot a 232 over three days.The low round of the day was two over par so all Emily Bouchard needed to do was avoid collapsing. Bouchard goes three over on the front nine, four over on the back for a final round of 80. A tap in to finish the day. She wins by eight strokes over Probert and Pennie Cummings of Springbrook. Emily Bouchard takes the 2011 Maine Women’s Amateur Golf Championship.Emily Bouchard – 2011 Maine Women’s Amateur Championship Winner“I’ve been waiting a long time to play this with my work schedule I didn’t have time to get it in, this is my first time playing. I knew I could compete and I knew others could compete, it’s just a thrill. There were a lot of people that inspired me in the past and in the present. It’s nice to have my family here, my neighbors and my cousin have come up to watch me and a lot of people from my home club that were playing in it, so it feels nice, it’s cool.”


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