Players of the Year standings

The WSCGA Player of the Year standings are based on a point system earned through performance and participation throughout the golf season. Points are awarded for most of the major women's amateur events across the country.

This point system will select the WSCGA Player of the Year and Senior Player of the Year.  The WSCGA Board of Governors has additional factors that also will be part of the selection process including, but not limited to: 1) Participation in WSCGA events. 2) Sportsmanship. 3) Scores Posted. 

Points earned while playing in a field limited by age will only count towards that specific ranking list. For instance, WSCGA Senior Amateur Championship will only recieve points for Senior of the Year standings.

Player's are responsible for submitting information on your finish in non-WSCGA events. Please include Division, Host Association, Event Name, Site, Date, and place you finished.

Points Earned must be submitted by December 1st to be counted.

Lea Venable

2017 Player of the Year: Lea Venable

The Upstates' Lea Venable just secured her first WSCGA Player of the Year Award. Lea's consistent play in the WSCGA State Championships, winning the Match Play Championship, finishing 6th at the WSCGA State Amateur,  and 2nd in the WSCGA Team Championship, helped her edge out Dawn Woodard by 45 points. Dawn had won Player of the Year the last 6 years in a row. Along with some stellar state showings, Lea qualified for the USGA Women's Mid-Amateur - made it to round of 64 and finished 2nd in the CGA Women's Match Play Championship.  When Lea's not tearing it up on the links her and her husband, Shawn, run the family business Electric Motor Service of Clinton Inc. - Lea is the Accounts Manager.


2017 Senior Player of the Year: Lea Anne Brown

The Low Country's Lea Anne Brown is coming off an outstanding year of golf in 2017.  Resulting in her 4th consecutive year winning the  WSCGA Senior Player of the Year.  Some of Lea Anne's highlights for 2017 include: winning the WSCGA Senior Championship, making it to the Round of 64 in match play for the USGA Women's Senior Championship, and runner up at the CGA Senior Women's Championship. When Lea Anne is not making birdies on the links she is the Membership Director at Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw and is in the antique business.

View this years current standings here

2018 Player of the Year Standings

2017 Player of the Year Standings

2017 Senior Player of the Year Standings

2016 Player of the Year

2016 Senior Player of the Year

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