(Broken Arrow, OK) – The Women’s All Pro Tour is wrapping up the second series in the PXG Race to Stage II. The second series will finish at The Club at Indian Springs for the FCA Women’s Championship. This is the second year The Club of Indian Springs will be hosting the WAPT. The first event was in 2019 where Binny Lee was the eventual champion. A common tournament stop for the APT, the ladies will look to take a crack at Indian Springs.


DATES: April 19-22, 2022

OFFICIAL NAME: FCA Women’s Championship


SCHEDULE: Fifth event of the WAPT 2021 season

VENUE: The Club of Indian Springs

PAR/YARDS: 72 (36-36), 6,353 yards 

PURSE MONEY: Estimated $55,000 (winner claims $10,000)

PAST CHAMPIONS: 2019 Binny Lee
CUT: After 36 Holes to top 40% of starting field and ties

SYMETRA EXEMPTIONS : Winner & runner-up earn exemptions into the Epson Tour’s IOA Golf Classic



SIZE: 84 players

FIELD LIST: https://bit.ly/3ErHCZz   

WAPT WINNERS: 6 players



Monday, April 18th: Pro-Am and celebrity Drive, Chip and Putt

Tuesday, April 19th: Round 1, Junior Clinic (4PM)

Wednesday, April 20th: Round 2 and Cut Day

Thursday, April 21st: Round 3

Friday, April 22nd: Round 4 and Awards Presentation



After the first four tournaments of the 2022 Women’s All Pro Tour season, the PXG Race to Stage II the top-2 remain the same as last week, with a new face entering the top-3. 


Kathleen Scavo (Benicia, CA) took hold of the number 1 spot after her win in Abilene. Scavo then went on to finish solo second at the Wichita Falls Championship to open up close to a 500 point lead over second. Kaeli Jones (Sumterville, FL) moves her way into the top-3 after her impressive win at the Wichita Falls Championship, after breaking the ladies course record in her final round. How the rankings stack up heading into the FCA Women’s Championship:

  1. Kathleen Scavo (Benicia, CA) – 1,100
  2. Miranda Wang (China) – 652
  3. Kaeli Jones (Sumterville, FL) – 531
  4. Ginger Howard (Bradenton, FL) – 463
  5. Julie Houston (Allen, TX) – 418
  6. Amanda Kim (Missouri) – 335
  7. Brittany Fan (Pearl City, HI) – 313
  8. Alison Muirhead (Scotland) – 293
  9. Sarah Rhee (Lynnwood, WA) – 279
  10. Mariel Galdiano (Orlando, FL) – 270



This week’s field is made up of 84 players from 23 countries.

The breakdown of the 84 players per country in the field this week: United States (48), Canada (4), Japan (4),  New Zealand (3), Mexico (3), Colombia (2), Sweden (2), Singapore (2), Thailand (2), Australia (1), Brazil (1), China (1), Germany (1), France (1), Guatemala (1), Hong Kong (1), India (1), Myanmar (1), Philippines (1), Paraguay (1), Scotland (1), Taiwan (1), South Africa (1)


The FCA Women’s Championship brings back the WAPT for the first time since 2019. Defending champion Binny Lee is not in the field, as she is now competing on the LPGA’s Epson Tour. Kaeli Jones looks to be the most in-form player heading into the FCA Women’s Championship and can gain some ground on the two players in front of her with a strong performance. The win last week for Jones bumped her into the top-3 and only 100 points behind Miranda Wang, who is not in the field this week. Ginger Howard is also in the field for the week and has moved into the top-5. Howard finished in the top-5 in 2021 and earned her way into Stage II, but did not have the week she was looking for. Howard looks to be finding form again in 2022 and will look to continue that form this week.  

Action gets underway at 8:00 A.M. CT the first two days of play. A cut will be made after 36-holes to the top 40% of the starting field, including ties. Amateurs are included in the cut number. The field will be repaired before the final two rounds based on score and players will go off in reverse horseshoe with leaders teeing off last.  A trophy presentation by the clubhouse will follow the final round of play.  Attendance is free to the public.


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