The U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship started out very well for the contingent from South Florida as all five advanced to match play.
Stroke play concluded with a three-team tie for medalist honors, with Lake Worth's Alexa Pano (above) among those at the top. She and partner Paris Hilinski shot 70-68–138, the 4-under-par second day effort tied for the best round in stroke play.
Pembroke Pines’ Casey Weidenfeld and Tamarac's Jillian Bourdage were solo fourth, one stroke back after rounds of 69-70.
Boca Raton's Chloe Kovelesky and Fort Myers’ Jordan Fischer were T18 on 74-70–144.
Palm Beach Gardens' Sarah Kahn and High Point University teammate Samantha Vodry (72-73–145) were T22.
In Monday's round of 32, Pano/Hilinski (3&1) and Bourdage/Weidenfeld (1-up) advanced, the latter eliminating Kahn/Vodry. Kovelesky/Fischer fell 2&1.
Round of 16 play is today. Results can be found here.