Two Coloradans who made it to the round of 32 at the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur less than two weeks ago are doing their best to carry over their good play to the U.S. Senior Women's Amateur in Vero, Fla.
Marilyn Hardy, a part-time resident of Gunnison, shot a 3-over-par 75 on Saturday at Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club, leaving her in a tie for 12th place heading into Sunday's final round of stroke play. She made two birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey on Saturday.
And Colorado Golf Hall of Famer Janet Moore of Centennial carded a first-round 77, putting her in 23rd place. She carded 14 pars, three bogeys and an opening-hole double bogey in round 1.
The top 64 players after 36 holes will advance to match play, which begins on Monday.
Also in the top 64 after Saturday are Colorado Golf Hall of Famer Kim Eaton (37th place at 79) and Tiffany Maurycy of Denver (59th place at 81). Eaton is a four-time quarterfinalist in this national championship.
Here are the scores for the players with strong Colorado ties competing in the U.S. Senior Women's Amateur:
12. Marilyn Hardy, Gunnison 75
23. Janet Moore, Centennial 77
37. Colorado Golf Hall of Famer Kim Eaton 79
59. Tiffany Maurycy, Denver 81
85. Kathy West, Castle Pines 83
107. Kristine Franklin, Broomfield 86
113 Jennifer Hocking, Colorado Springs 88
113. Helene Afeman, Colorado Springs 88
131. Deb Pearson, Colorado Springs 98
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